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Add these letter V tracing worksheets to your upcoming preschool and kindergarten lessons. They’re a great way to have little learners practice letter recognition, beginning sounds, and handwriting.
Letter tracing worksheets like these give young children an opportunity to practice holding their pencils and crayons
Keep reading to discover all the ways you can use these worksheets, activities you can pair with each one, and more!
Preschool teachers and homeschool mommas can pair these worksheets with my alphabet tracing worksheets for even more handwriting and motor skills practice.
While these worksheets are designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners, they can also be used with older children who need a little extra handwriting practice and to reinforce letter recognition and beginning sounds.
Letter V Worksheets
When you’re ready to use these alphabet printables, choose one that works with your current topic or theme. Or, you can work through them one at a time during your Letter of the Week Vv activities.
These no-prep tracing worksheets will help your preschoolers practice letter recognition and handwriting practice while they strengthen fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
These worksheets are great for use at home, in the classroom, or as part of your library storytime activities. Just print them out and you’re ready to go!
This free worksheet packet includes five Letter Vv tracing worksheets. They include the following Letter Vv words:
- V is for vampire.
- Pair this worksheet with a reading of The Littlest Vampire.
- V is for vest.
- Pair this worksheet with this paper bag robot vest craft.
- V is for vase.
- Pair this worksheet with a V is for Vase craft.
- V is for van.
- Pair this worksheet with a V is for Van paper pasting activity.
- V is for volcano.
- Pair this worksheet with an apple volcano experiment.
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ABC’s for Boys – This one of a kind, hand illustrated alphabet book combines letters with all of boys’ favorite things–airplanes, dump trucks, and more! Alpha Oops! The Day Z Went First – It’s chaos! It’s pandemonium! And it’s definitely not as easy as A-B-C! Here’s a snappy story about the comic confusion that comes when the letters of the alphabet, like a class of unruly children, step out of order and show that each one has a mind of its own. Pinkalicious ABC – A is for Apple. B is for Bubble Bath. C is for Cupcake. What could be better than learning your ABC’s with Pinkalicious in this pinkamazing board book?
MORE WAYS TO USE THESE WORKSHEETS
The obvious way to use these worksheets is to trace and color the images on each one. But, you can do so much more!
Send your preschoolers on an alphabet scavenger hunt. See how many objects they can find around the house or classroom that begin with the letter Vv.
In addition to focusing on the featured letter, you can have your preschoolers use letter magnets or letter beads to spell the name of the featured image – vampire, volcano, etc.
MORE LETTER V ACTIVITIES FOR PRESCHOOL
If your kids enjoyed these letter tracing pages, you’ll love the activities I’ve featured below.
They’ll make the perfect addition to your upcoming Letter Vv activities for preschoolers.
LETTER V TRACING
Tracing worksheets can touch on a wide variety of preschool and kindergarten skills in one simple activity.
Letter recognition – Each page features one letter. There is a sentence stating “V is for…” on each one followed by two lines of letters to trace. Have your child point to each letter V on the page naming each one they touch.
Handwriting practice – The two lines of letters to trace include one line of lowercase letters and one line of capital letters to trace. Be sure to model proper pencil grip and letter formation before letting your little ones complete the rest of the letters.
Fine motor skills – Tracing, writing, and coloring are all ways to strengthen the small muscles in your preschooler’s hands, fingers, and wrists.
Beginning sounds– Each page features a large image for tracing and coloring. Be sure your child can identify the picture focusing on the beginning sound of each one.