Simple sentences for preschool and kindergarten

Sentences

As a parent, one of the most important lessons to teach your children is how to read and write simple sentences. These are important skills that will make it easier for them to learn new things and to understand what people are saying to them. However, just writing down whatever you hear is not going to help your child catch up to his peers when it comes to this skill. If you want to teach your child the skill of writing simple sentences for preschool and kindergarten, you will need to break the rules a little bit. With that said, here are some tips for you to consider.

It may seem like a good idea to give your child one-word answers. This may not be the best approach, though. Children’s minds are very busy with everything around them. That means that instead of giving them one-word answers, you should teach them how to recognize words as a whole. In other words, instead of giving them the question, “Why did you eat the donut?” for instance, you should teach them the whole word and then ask the next question, which is, “What do you think that donut symbolizes?” If you do this, your child will learn that a donut doesn’t really mean that much, and that even if it does, it doesn’t really represent anything.

Another way to make sure that your child learns how to write simple sentences for preschool and kindergarten is to read him the story before starting the writing assignment. Children love this because they can see the pictures on the page. If you start teaching them sentences, they might not understand the story very well.

Simple sentences for preschool and kindergarten

Sentences
Sentences

These worksheets introduce students to reading, tracing, writing and unscrambling simple sentences, a natural progression from the study of individual sounds (phonics) and words (vocabulary).

  • Trace the sentences
  • Read, trace and write sentences
  • Solve the jumbled sentences