These V letter worksheets are an excellent way to teach your child about the letter V and the sound that it makes.
You'll find letter recognition activities, coloring pages, and writing tasks that focus on the beginning and ending sound /v/.
For more Alphabet worksheets see the links at the bottom of the page.
To print your practice sheets, just click on a picture. This will open up a PDF in another tab. Hit the printer icon to print or the arrow to download.
Each handout has directions on it for classroom use, but I'll discuss each one in a bit more detail below.
The first paper is great for Preschool kids just learning their alphabet. Say the letter and word then have your child repeat after you focusing on the /v/ sound. On the right are 5 pictures. Name each one and circle the ones that begin with V--violin, van, vest.
Next is a cut and paste activity. There's a simple story at the top about the plane flying around the volcano. Your child needs to cut out the pictures at the bottom and name each one. If it begins with the letter V, glue it onto the paper.
The spider sheet is a brainstorming activity. Have your child come up with ten 'V' words and write one on each section of the web.
The fourth printout shows 3 pictures--each with a list of 4 words. Circle the word that describes the picture and write it on the line.
The rhyming activity sheet has a box of 4 words at the top. Below that are four more boxes with words that rhyme. Write the rhyming words in the correct boxes then use a V word to complete the sentence. Write an original sentence using another word.
The final printable mixes both beginning and ending sounds of the letter V. There aren't many words that actually end with the letter V-- the ending /v/ sound uses -ve. Look at each picture, if it begins with V (volcano, virus, video, violin, van) write the letter V on the first line. If it ends with -ve (cave, dove, hive, glove) write a V on the second line.
You can find more letter worksheets and coloring pages in the related lessons below.
New! CommentsHave suggestions or requests for a worksheet? Let's Talk!