Time to work on the letter Y? We think it is and we have a set of letter Y worksheets ready for you as a part of our alphabet worksheets series. These letter Y worksheets are great for helping young readers gain reading and writing fluency. They’ll trace plenty of upper and lowercase Y’s along the way.
‘Y’ is officially classed as a consonant – and acts as a consonant whenever it is pronounced with a ‘y is for yellow’ sound. However, it also acts as a vowel – for example in the word ‘baby’ it has a long ‘e’ sound, and in ‘my’ it has a long ‘i’ sound. Build your children’s handwriting, spelling, and visual discrimination skills using our teacher-made letter Y worksheets. Using these letter Y worksheets, children will sort, trace, match, color, and write the letter Y. They’ll also expand their repertoire of letter Y words using our illustrated vocabulary cards.
These activities are perfect for stations, centers, independent study, take-home tasks, and spiral review. Letting little ones learn about letters through hands-on activities, such as these, helps children remember even more than other types of activities. The activities will help children by providing them with a fun way to learn!
We have 5 alphabet worksheets with varying levels of difficulty to teach younger children the letter Y. Using a variety of worksheets will help reinforce the lesson in different ways. They will be learning an uppercase letter, lowercase letter, tracing letter worksheets, and coloring sheets. We’ve almost learned the entire alphabet. You’ll love these printable activities, they’re fun activities for preschool lessons and kindergarten kids!