How to recite the morning Kiddush

The aim of the morning Kiddush is to extend the sanctity of Shabbat by reinforcing the declaration from the previous night.

Ve-shameru venei Yisrael es ha-Shabbos, la'asos es ha-Shabbos le-doro'sam bris olam. Beini u-vein benei Yisrael os hee le-olam, ki sheishes yamim asa Adonoy es ha-shamayim ve-es ha-aretz uva-yom ha-shevi'i shavas va-yinafash.

The Children of Israel shall keep the Shabbat, observing Shabbat throughout their generations, as an everlasting covenant. It is a sign between Me and the Children of Israel for eternity, that in six days God made the heavens and the earth, and that on the seventh day He was finished and He rested.

A second set of verses is then recited.

Zachor es yom ha-Shabbos le-kadesho. Sheishes yamim ta'avod ve-asisa kol melach'techa. Ve-yom ha-shevi'i Shabbos la'Adonoy Elohecha, lo ta'aseh chol melacha ata u-vincha u-vitecha avdecha va-amasecha vehem'techa ve-geirecha asher bi-she'arecha. Ki sheishes yamim asa Adonoy es ha-shamayim ve-es ha-aretz es ha-yam ve-es kol asher bam, va-yanach ba-yom ha-shevi'i.

Remember Shabbat to keep it holy. You shall labor for six days and do all your work, but the seventh day is Shabbat for the Lord your God. You may not do any creative work ― neither you, your son, your daughter, your male or female worker, your animal, nor the stranger who dwells among you. Because it was in six days that God made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that they contain, and He rested on the seventh day.

Finally is a prelude to the blessing followed by the blessing over the wine.

Al kein beirach Adonoy es yom ha-Shabbos va-yekadisheihu. Savri maranan ve-rabanan ve-rabosai: Baruch ata Adonoy, Eloheinu melech ha-olam, borei peri ha'gafen. (Others: “Amen”)

Therefore God blessed Shabbat and made it holy. With the permission of the distinguished people present: Blessed are you God, King of the Universe, Creator of the fruit of the vine. (Others: “Amen”)