Looking for some letter y printables for your preschool lessons? These free printable letter y worksheets are a fun way for your younger children to work on letter recognition. They can also be used as a supplement for teaching the letters of the alphabet with any letter of the week curriculum.
Ready for all the educational activities that can be created with our free letter y sheets? Then keep reading.
Interested in our other alphabet worksheets? Then be sure to check out Free Letter Printables Your Kids Will Love.
What’s Inside the Free Letter Y Printables
New to our letter worksheets? Our letter y printables include the following skills and pages.
Do dot pages
There are 2 pages for young learners to use their dot markers. There is 1 page for lowercase y and another for uppercase y.
Letter Tracing Worksheets
Included in the free printable letter y tracing worksheets are dotted lines for your child to trace. There are also blank practice pages for your child to uppercase p and lower case p to improve their writing skills.
Popular Items Needed for the Letter P Worksheet
Below you will find a list of all the common supplies needed for the different activities within the letter y printables. This list also includes supplies that are great to have on hand for any educational activities such as fine motor skills for young children and kindergarten students.
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These will be used on the dot pages provided in the letter m printable pack. I have linked a set of washable dot markers for your convenience.
Crayons, washable markers, washable paint, and more.
A ring binder is very helpful with keeping all the printable activities your young learner will complete. You can even keep a separate binder for all the other printable worksheet sets that you have yet to complete with your young learner.
Tips for Using Our Letter Y Printables
Below you will find a few helpful tips for using our letter y worksheets.
- Younger children include kindergarten children, a small group at daycare, or preschoolers. You can even use these sheets with older children learning the letters of the alphabet.
- You can make a mini book with all the worksheets provided.
- Instead of having your child trace the lower case d and uppercase d with a pencil, have them try different materials such as painting with their fingers, or markers as well as painting.
- The dot marker pages can be used with counters or your child can simply finger paint each dot.
- If you are looking for coloring pages then be sure to check out our A-Z Coloring Worksheets. This free worksheet has a few letter y words so that your kids can be further exposed to the letter sounds.
- Feel free to make vocabulary cards on construction paper. You can even have your child practice the letter d and draw a picture.
- If you are looking for a letter craft idea, try any of these animal crafts from Easy Peasy and Fun.