Pre-K Assessment Forms

These assessment forms for Pre-K can be used to record children’s progress as you work with them during learning activities or observing them through play.

Assessment Forms for Pre-K

Find more assessment ideas on the Assessment Resource Page

Terms of Use:
These printables are free for use in classrooms; however they are not to be re-published or sold in any form. If you wish to share these printables with other teachers, you may do so by providing a link to this webpage. You may also share them in printed form as long as you are not selling or re-publishing them. If you have any questions, please contact me.

Click the thumbnail images to download the forms.

(These are not intended to be worksheets: you use them as you work with the child, or observe them through play. Use these to record children’s progress.)

Alphabet Assessment


Alphabet Assessment

You can either mark through the letters the children know with a highlighter or make a checkmark beside the letters with a pen. Use a different color highlighter or different color pen for each semester’s assessment. You can use this one sheet for a child for the whole year, and show a comparison of their progress with the different colors.

Math Assessment Pre-K


Math Assessment

Use the colored highlighters or pens mentioned above on this sheet also. For the color assessment, show children pieces of construction paper. I cut them into squares about 4 inches and staple them into a flip book. For the counting assessment, I have children count Unifix cubes.

Pre-K Assessment Sheet

Pre-K Assessment Sheet

Pre-K Alphabet & Math Assessment (On One Page)

This is the same Alphabet Assessment and Math Assessment above, but this one has the two assessmentsĀ combined on one sheet.

Scissor Skills Assessment

Scissor Skills

Scissor Skills

Math Assessment Preschool



Name Writing Assessment

Name Writing Checklist

Name Writing Checklist

Anecdotal Records Form

Anecdotal Records Form

Anecdotal Records Form

Pre-K Progress Report

Pre-K Progress Report

Pre-K Progress Report

I made all of these assessment forms using Microsoft Word or Excel.

See also: Lesson Matrix on the Georgia Pre-K Assessment page.


  1. Melanie says

    I love your website! I was an TA in a Georgia pre-k class. You are a great teacher! I’m so inspired

    • Melodie Blackwood says

      I am a licensed teacher as well as a Director for a ChildCare center, so I am incorporating this forms in my tutoring segment for the child care and I am so blessed to have things that I can leverage to further promote our children’s cognitive and social growth!!!! Thank you so much for sharing AND for sharing for FREE.

  2. Andrea says

    Hi, Karen
    Just wanted to say what a great site u have. I am a manager of a KG Unit in Cairo, Egypt. I have found your assessment forms very useful.
    Thanks again

  3. susan patlan says

    Thanks for sharing this Information will be used in my classroom and will be shared with other co-workers.

  4. evelyn says

    Infinite Thanks Ms. Cox! Thank you for helping me to have a successful first year as a pre k autism teacher! You are helping so many teachers, so many children in so many places!!!!

  5. vijayalakshmi shankar says

    i just started a kindergarten school, i searched some ways to assess them, your work is really helpful to me

  6. Kelley says

    This is awesome! Thank you so much! I am a new teacher, and this will help me greatly! You have made my day! :)

  7. kim says

    You are a life saver. I have worked with children for a few years, but this is a new experience for me to work with pre-k as the lead teacher. I had a few ideas of how to get organized and how to build their portfolios. Now I have a lot better picture of what I need to do when school starts. Just wanted to say thank you for making this site.

  8. Sandra Vittetow says

    I am going to be teaching Pre-k students who are on the Autism Spectrum for the first time at our school in Maitland, Florida. It will be the first time our school has had this type of unit. Your site is helping me SO much! I really appreciate everything that it offers. Thank you!!!

  9. Kathleen says

    You are truly an inspiration! I just was offered an Integrated Pre-K position and your website is so helpful in easing the first year teaching Pre-K jitters =)

  10. Sylvia says

    Thank you for sharing all of this much needed information and free assessment forms. As a first year Pre-K teacher I have found them to be very helpful. God Bless!

  11. Nicole says

    I love your website! Im on placement and this has been a blessing for me to have found you and will be using this next year when I start teaching preschool! I live in Adelaide and the kids are going to love these activities on Monday!!

  12. Jennifer says

    I found this site so helpful. I have done parent teacher conferences before and have used many different assessment tools but I found this site to help make it more simpler and easy. Thank you so much for posting these.

  13. JEannine says

    Thank you for your help! I am using all of your assessment sheets in my binder! I am a full time pre k teacher.

  14. Stacy says

    Hi! I was looking at your progress report and noticed that you had “N/A” marked for “answering story questions” for the month of December. Don’t assume children couldn’t answer questions about stories at the ages of 4 and 5. I have students who are awesome at answering story comprehension questions! With this being the age of Common Core, students need to be challenged and pushed to think at a higher level. Just giving my 2 cents! I enjoy your website and visit it often!

    • says

      Hi Stacy, I’ve always done story comprehension all year long, including retelling stories and answering questions about stories. This is a progress report from my previous school, and we just simply did not assess that (and a few other things) during the month of December. I definitely know they are capable of doing it; it was simply left off to not overwhelm teachers during the first assessment time. You are welcome to adjust the progress report to your needs.

  15. Nim Stant says

    Thank you for making this website. I am just start home schooling my 5 years old son. We live in Thailand. These information is very helpful.


  16. Nimfa says

    Hi karen, your website is definitely very significant for me to use in the classroom with parents of high expectation when it comes to answering their questions about their child all i have to do is to show them the assesment tools. Thank you so much. God Bless You!!!!

  17. maria says

    Fantastic site!! Well done & keep it up!! I’m sure you are helping lots of educators, parents, carers & grannies!! Thanks.

  18. says

    Thank you so much for creating and posting the assessment forms. I have been searching the internet for some and your website was where I was led. It is fabulous!

  19. says

    Hi, Karen
    Just wanted to say thank you for sharing resources with us.

    I am a fluency teacher at SEK Guayaquil, Ecuador. I have found your website extremely useful.

    GOD bless, and Thanks again :)

    Danny Tagle

  20. Christine says

    Thank you very much for your selfless sharing of knowledge for the love of our children (our own and our students). I have bookmarked your site for frequent reference. Mabuhay ka, Karen!

  21. Babs says

    Bless you, Karen. I just used some of your “doables” for my Action Resesrch; I gave you credit for them. Fantastic ideas!



  22. Julio Warren says

    I am a Pre K Teacher working in N.Y.C C.B.O classroom. This is a very good website that assist teacher.

  23. Tracy Curry says

    Your website is amazing and I am using your documents to help me be more organized in the classroom. I am located in Wayne county Ky and work in preschool and your website has given me a new and refreshing approach to my paperwork load, so to speak. This year is going to be great and thank your for your time spent on making your site available to others!

  24. Kasey says

    Thank you for all of your helpful resources! I am a Pre-K teacher in Ohio and I have been using your website for ideas and printables for a couple years. Keep up the awesome work!

  25. says

    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!! I have been over the childcare center and teaching Child Dev. classes at the high school level for the last 4 years and have just opened a preschool out of my home— this has saved me SO much time trying to reinvent the wheel. I can’t thank you enough for helping! And FREE…. amazing.

  26. diana irawan says

    Hi Karen
    I’m diana from Indonesia, i like your website very much.You are inspiring me a lot…hopefully someday can meet you and learn from you directly

  27. says

    Thank you for these fabulous forms! I am starting homeschool pk 3 with my quadruplets and these are great for checking their progress. I’ll take a baseline now and check back in December and again in May.

  28. geri arellanes says

    Thanks so much. I am using all your stuff to make my life easier. I appreciate you sharing… Happy Thanksgiving. Geri

  29. Rinda says

    I really like your website. It is very useful. Thank you for sharing so much resources and inspirational activities šŸ˜Š
    I am a pre kinder teacher from Indonesia šŸ˜ƒ

  30. Diane says

    Hi Karen,
    Thanks so much for the classroom schedule signs. It was exactly what I needed. Just wondering if these assessment forms or for three year olds are the older kids. I teach three year olds. Thanks,

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