Yahoo! Our printable letter Y worksheets are here! Yes, get preschool and kindergarten children screaming and yelling for splendid letter Y crafts, exquisite letter Y activities, and stunning letter Y exercises. Full to the gills with promising letter Y ideas, our letter Y worksheet pdfs run the whole gamut of letter Y activities, including identifying the letter Y, writing the uppercase Y and the lowercase y, writing the letter Y in cursive, and crafting the letter Y. Watch kids give in to the charm of and complete our free letter Y worksheets with flair!
Uppercase Letter Y
Letter Y Chart | Recognizing Letter Y
Eat lots of yogurt, for it's high in protein. It's a letter Y word, too. Dream of cruising on a yacht someday. Remember "yacht" starts with a Y, too. This letter Y chart has many exciting pictures and their letter-Y names.
Crafting a Yak | Cut and Glue
If you have a fascination for crafting letters, this letter Y activity might capture your imagination. The task is to cut out the several parts on the following page and glue them on the letter Y to complete the Y craft.
Tracing Letter Y
Ask children to observe the Y at the top left of the page, honing in on the arrows, marked 1, 2, and 3 as they trace the letter Y. As beautiful as the yacht is, don't let it distract attention from the tracing act.
Lacing Letter Y
Here's a printable Y activity to boost preschool and kindergarten children's fine motor skills. Direct them to do the hole punching and the lacing. Tie a knot in one end of the shoe lace, and they are ready to go.
Identifying Letter Y
Yo-yos, toys containing a circle-shaped object that will go up and down a long piece of string it is tied to, are simply stunning. More stunning, though, is this worksheet on identifying and coloring yo-yos that consist of a letter Y.
Tracing and Writing Letter Y
While a yak may be found in Central Asia, the word "yak" has a universal appeal for its letter-Y learning cachet. The stocky, long-haired wild ox in this tracing and writing the letter Y pdf is enormous.
Lowercase Letter Y
Lowercase Letter Y Chart
The infectious sense of wonder that surrounds the "yarn" and "yam", both letter Y words, will soon spread to the rest of the words/pictures, too. Watch the letter-Y excitement come thicker and faster.
Tracing and Writing Lowercase Y
Since handwriting enjoys paramount importance in literacy and is a crucial skill that leads to success in life, children must be trained on tracing, hence this task on tracing and writing the lowercase y.
Uppercase and Lowercase Y
Uppercase and Lowercase Y | Cut & Glue
Flip between the learning in writing the letter Y and the pleasure of cutting and gluing pictures that start with the letter Y in this letter Y resource, exclusively prepared for preschool and kindergarten children.
Painting Letter Y with Pom Poms
For some children, coloring is a simple pastime, but for some it's nothing short of a devotional act. Whichever category you belong to, you will have a great time painting the letter Y using pom poms.
Coloring, Tracing, and Printing Letter Y
Say yes to this letter Y worksheet, where you are asked to color, trace, and print the letter Y. First up is coloring the two Ys- the uppercase Y and the lowercase y. Go on to do the tracing and printing.
Sorting Uppercase and Lowercase Y | Cut and Glue
Clamoring for your attention in this letter Y worksheet pdf are four capital Y cards and four small Y cards. Identify the uppercase Ys and the lowercase ys, and glue them according to the instruction given.
Writing Cursive Uppercase Y
Cursive handwriting works like magic for children who encounter difficulties in spelling and struggle while decoding writing patterns. So instruct learners to start practicing writing the uppercase Y in cursive.
Writing Cursive Lowercase Y
It is astonishing to see how the uninterrupted movements of the hand make cursive letters easier for children to form. Our worksheet on writing the lowercase y in cursive encourages kids to go cursive early.
Further Practice on Cursive Y
The reason why this printable letter Y worksheet for preschool and kindergarten children is teeming with cursive practice is, hands down, the constantly increasing importance of cursive writing at school and in life.