I love when I walk into the classroom on a Monday morning and I feel prepared for the week ahead. Lesson plans are filled in, copies are made, and supplies are laid out. Let’s go! Then, five minutes after those students arrive, it begins to unravel-unexpected interruptions, late students, absent students, and the list goes on. Such is the life of a teacher! While I can’t help you with the unknowns of your day, I did create the Free Printable Letter V Worksheets: Tracing, Letter Recognition, Alphabet Sounds to ease your burden of lesson planning.
Learning About Letters of the Alphabet:
LETTER WORKSHEETS FOR PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN
LEARNING UPPERCASE AND LOWERCASE LETTERS IS AN IMPORTANT CONCEPT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. STUDENTS NEED LOTS OF REPETITION AND HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE THAT GOES WAY BEYOND THE LETTER OF THE WEEK.
Learning the alphabet is a tall order! Kids learn not only letter names, but they must learn to discern between lowercase and uppercase letters, letter sounds, and they need extra practice writing and forming letters correctly.
The more fluent our preschoolers and kindergarteners can become with alphabet skills, the easier it will be for them to eventually learn how to read.
I made the preschool letter worksheets to hit so many key skills! The packet includes: letter tracing worksheets, letter recognition worksheets, and letter sounds worksheets!
You can mix and match activities to suit the needs of your students. I always encourage throwing in a bit of creativity to turn each printable activity into a hands-on activity by adding manipulatives or framing it as a game.
Here’s what you’ll find in the Letter V worksheets for preschool and kindergarten:
- Letter Tracing: THREE different versions, depending on abilities/motor skill development
- Cut and Sort: Uppercase vs. Lowercase and First Sound Pictures
- Read and Color: Sight Words/First Sound/CVC and CVCC Words
- Find the Letter Worksheets: I Spy and Grid formats
- Roll and Write: A fun dice game to practice writing Letter V
- Rainbow Writing: A colorful way to complete a tracing letter worksheet
- First Sound: Pictures and words to help children hear the /v/ sound at the beginning of words
- Do-a-dot Marker: Large letter shapes to help young learners explore Letter V
What Can Preschoolers Learn From Worksheets For The Letter V?
PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN LETTER WORKSHEETS
HANDWRITING WORKSHEETS ARE NECESSARY FOR STUDENTS TO PRACTICE CORRECT LETTER FORMATION. HOWEVER, THEY DON’T NEED TO BE TEDIOUS.
Help your students identify and write upper and lower case letters while also posing thoughtful questions about letters.
- What are the letters in your name?
- How many sounds do you have in your name?
- What other words start with the /v/ sound?
- Does letter V have curvy lines, straight lines, or both?
- What letter did you learn last week? Is it similar or different from Letter V?
Why Is It Important For Kids To Learn Letters and Sounds?
Besides the fact that kids love feeling smart and confident, learning letter sounds and names helps them develop key skills to grow upon as they progress in school.
How to Make the Free Printable Letter V Worksheets
All you need to do is print the free Letter V packet.
Then, consider the best ways to use each page with your students. Laminate and place at the literacy center, work with small groups on the letter formation worksheets, or teach your class how to play a fun letter recognition game with a partner.
Use the free letter tracing worksheets for students who need help with formation, or the I Spy pages for students learning recognition. It really depends on what your learners need.
What is included in the Letter V Worksheets Set?
First Sound Cards
If you download my whole set of letter tracing worksheets free alphabet printables, you can use the Find and Color pages for each letter at the literacy center to help build first sound fluency.
Laminate the traceable letter worksheets for free and use dry erase markers for easy, repeated practice on letter formation and fine motor skills.
The do-a-dot Letter V page lends itself to a nice playdough mat. Protect the page with laminating film or pockets, and allow students to roll, squish and sculpt playdough letters.
Hide letters in the sensory bin and ask students to search for uppercase and lowercase V. Use one of the activity pages to place the Vs on when found..
Make a V Book
Students that are ready for sight word reading can staple the Read and Color pages together to make a Letter V book for practice.
Play a Game
Many of the pages in the Letter V packet can easily be converted into simple games where students get practice rolling dice, taking turns, and placing or moving objects onto a “gameboard.”