As kids become more familiar with letters and sounds, they can distinguish beginning letter sounds in words. First, teach your child to recognize beginning sounds; they move on to final sounds and then teach the medial sounds.
When they develop fluency in isolating sounds, they can start producing words that begin or end with this sound.
First, start learning continuous letter sounds. Continuous letter sounds are sounds that can be extended, and they are the easiest to teach. The pronunciation of continuous sounds is straightforward.
Stop letter sounds are more complicated; they cannot be extended and are more difficult to learn. In order to isolate these sounds in words, repeat it several times. Be careful teaching these sounds; do not add vowel as it can distort the sound. Always say the sound of the letter and not its name.