Let’s visit the Letter V! In this post, you will find plenty of FUN letter V activities for preschoolers!
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Letter V Preschool Activities
- Pick some of your family’s favorite vegetables and make vegetable soup together.
- Make a volcano together. This is an awesome hands-on experience. This kit has plaster and a mold to shape a reusable volcano. It also has pop crystals that make sounds as the volcano erupts!
- Venus Flytrap plant. These plants are super cool! Your child can watch the plant close its leaves as it eats. I gave these as Easter gifts one year to the kiddos. I’ve bought these at Walmart and Hobby Lobby but you can get them online too.
- Share a vanilla treat:
- vanilla ice cream
- vanilla pudding
- vanilla cookies
- For a fun family movie night, you could curl up on the couch with some popcorn and watch classic Veggie Tales. Three of my favorites are Madame Blueberry, Josh and the Big Wall, King George and the Ducky
- Themes you could explore:
- Veterinarians / Pets
- Vegetable Gardens
- Valentine’s Day
Letter V Sound
The Letter V makes the sound /v/ as in van.
Letter V Crafts for Preschoolers
Easy, fun Letter V craft ideas for preschoolers.
- Mosaic Yarn Vase by Crayon Box Chronicles
- V is for Vase Letter V Craft by The Kindergarten Connection
- V is for Volcano Handprint Craft by Kindergarten Worksheets and Games
- Vegetable painting suggestions:
- Cut carrots longways
- bell peppers in half
- potatoes in half
- celery -chop off the bottom of the stalk
Letter V Bible
- Victory could be the Bible theme for the letter V. You could use a children’s Bible like My First Hands-On Bible or The Beginner’s Bible
- Victory for Joshua and the Walls of Jerico
- Victory for David over Goliath
- Victory for us because of Jesus’ Resurrection
Letter V Books
Here are my favorite Letter V books.
A simple book about a child and his dad planting a vegetable garden that they grow so they can make vegetable soup. There is even a vegetable soup recipe in the back.
This is a collection of stories highlighting old fashion morals for children. It doesn’t need to be read cover to cover. You can pick and choose stories you think your child would enjoy. Many are classic tales like Aesop’s fables, like The Tortoise and the Hare and The Boy That Called “Wolf”. You’ll also find other timely stories like the King and the Hawk and George Washington and the Cherry Tree.
The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams
This is a classic childhood story about a toy rabbit that wanted to be real. To me, this story is kind of like a combination of Winnie the Pooh and Toy Story rolled into one. (Although The Velveteen Rabbit was written before either of those.)
This is a great story to follow up with the concept of living and nonliving things. You can find plenty of ideas for teaching this concept in the post Living and Nonliving Things Activities for Preschoolers
Letter V Worksheets for Preschoolers
Looking for more fun activities? Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers has a huge collection of ideas!