Hello Everyone! In this edition, we have brought some worksheets to brush up on the speaking and listening skills of your child. In these worksheets, the child will have to write the first alphabet from which the word begins. A lot can be said about a kid by looking at the way he writes. n primary classes, children are more conscious about their surroundings than we think they are. At a very young age, it is important to be attentive and careful about the knowledge being transferred to them.
Beginning Sound Practice Worksheets
The first worksheet will ask the child you write the beginning sound for each picture given below. For example, A for Apple and F for Fish. This worksheet represents a variety of alphabets that kids of this generation are familiar with. A child will only feel confident when they know how to write down the alphabet which they can understand them fully. This is a great way to help them with the first worksheet and then leave them with the rest.
The second worksheet will work on the same, asking the child to write down the beginning sound for each item in the given picture. It is important to make sure that children keep themselves engaged in the worksheets and not lose their attention. This becomes easy for the kids to pronounce after finishing the above worksheet.
Unlike the first two ones, this worksheet brings modification to the understanding levels of a child. Just like the previous worksheets, it’ll help children learn the concept and improve their ability to understand the concept. This worksheet has new items like an umbrella, pencil, Watermelon, etc.
This is all a kid needs in his early days before going to school. If the child is all ready to go to school he should be well prepared, these worksheets are helping him to be so. These are very helpful as they don’t let the child get dull. So, give your best to make your kid smart by not letting him get dull or bored.