6 Write the Beginning Sound Worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten

One of the most important things you can do as an English teacher is to teach students to write the beginning and the end of each lesson in a sentence. When they see that the beginning and the end of a sentence to go together, they are more likely to understand what is said. A good exercise for beginning English teachers is to have the students write the words from left to right. This helps them get used to writing in this order. It also forces them to look at the word in context and to match it to the context of the sentence.

Phonics worksheets: writing letters to make beginning sounds

After the students have written the beginning of each sentence, you will review their work and make suggestions about how they can improve. You will need to be patient and willing to look at their earlier work. Most English students will not be perfect but there are some words that are fairly easy to understand. Once you have worked with a few students on this task, you can move on to the more difficult ones.

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 1
Worksheet 1

You will want to make sure that when you are teaching students to write the beginning of a sentence, they understand that the words come at the beginning of the phrase rather than at the end. They should begin with the main verbs and end with the endings of the main verbs.

Worksheet 2

Worksheet 2
Worksheet 2

If you begin with the verb “be,” for example, you might give the first word to the ending -ing, followed by another verb such as “am,” “are,” or “been.” The same rules apply to the other verbs.

Worksheet 3

Worksheet 3
Worksheet 3

As your students begin to learn the art of beginning speech patterns, you can begin to work with them on sentences where the subject follows the verb. For example, this is a common beginning pattern. The subject follows the verb “be.” In this sentence, the subject is the verb.

Worksheet 4

Worksheet 4
Worksheet 4

You can teach beginning students how to use commas, periods, and periods to start a new sentence. Commas indicate a pause, while periods indicate that a break in the sentence has occurred. You may want to teach beginning writers to start sentences with a period or a comma. Start sentences where the subject follows a verb with a coordinating noun. Start the sentence with a colon and use commas to indicate a pause.

Worksheet 5

Worksheet 5
Worksheet 5

The beginning of a sentence usually involves one or two coordinating words that serve as bridge words. You may find that you need to modify your existing lessons to make these words more effective. When you teach students to write the beginning of a sentence, you give them a jumpstart into the world of language.

Worksheet 6

Worksheet 6
Worksheet 6

Most writing teachers find it very difficult to get their students to start using the appropriate words at the right times. Using worksheets, and providing examples of beginning sentences, you can help your students overcome this obstacle and teach them the art of writing.