Kindergarten Worksheets > Alphabet Parade > Letter V
These worksheets are designed to introduce your child to the letter V. Beginning with the first worksheet in the collection, the worksheets progress from the more basic (learning to identify the letter V) to intermediate (learning to identify words that begin with the letter V sound) to complex (learning to write the uppercase and lowercase versions of the letter V).
For more information, please read my blog post on tips for introducing your child to the letter V.
V - Coloring
V - Scramble
V - Letter in Word
V - Sound in Picture
V - Tracing
v - Tracing
Activity suggestions to supplement the Letter V alphabet worksheets
- Find a small box to act as a “vault.” Help your child cut out words in a magazine or newspaper that contain the letter V. Put these words in the “vault” and see how full the “vault” can get.
- Show your child how to make a “V” with his first two fingers. Say aloud a string of words and ask your child to hold up his “V” each time you say a word that begins with the V sound, such as victory or vine.
- Enjoy a “very” fun afternoon by proclaiming things as “very” something ... very cold, very nice, very fast, or very tall. Each time you see something worthy of the “very” label, encourage your child to shout it out.
- Write the letter V with a bold permanent marker on a piece of fine sand paper. Ask your child to trace the letter with the pointer finger of his dominant hand, making a sharp turn at the bottom to get a crisp point.
Tips for using the Letter V tracing letters worksheets
- The uppercase letter V is drawn in one stroke, without lifting up the pencil. Direct your child to make a vertical line downward, then change the direction of the pencil and go back to the top line.
- When teaching your child how to write the lowercase letter v, explain how a lowercase v is identical to an uppercase V, just smaller. While the uppercase letter V takes up the full line on the paper, the lowercase letter v is half as tall.