The early writing section contains worksheets on simple sentences, capital letters, punctuation, prepositions, drawing and writing, and writing prompts.
You’ll find the early writing section in our kindergarten worksheets area.
Practice simple sentences
There are five different sections of worksheets on this page for students to practice reading, tracing and writing sentences. This worksheet has students practice reading, tracing and rewriting sentences.
Capital letters worksheets
The worksheets in this section introduce students to the use of capital letters at the beginning of sentences and for proper nouns. Here, students work on capitalizing special words.
Punctuation for kindergarten
Periods, question marks and exclamation marks are covered in these five sections of worksheets. In the final section of worksheets, students work on matching each sentence to the correct punctuation.
Learn about prepositions
This section introduces prepositions to kindergarten students. This worksheet, for example, asks students to cut and paste basic prepositions in sentences.
Prompts for drawing and short stories
This is a series of worksheets where students look at a picture, draw something related to it and then write about it. For example: why is the policeman running?
Writing prompts practice
The final section of worksheets provide writing prompts for early learners: labelling, opinion, explanatory and narrative.
This narrative prompt, for example, asks students to write and illustrate a short story about what happened at school.