Close template window when done printing to return to this screen.
Simple Vv template to print and color
One activity you might want to consider is to make a rainy day umbrella picture for this template.
- Print the template and color in the V v. Point out to the child which is the capital V and which is the lowercase. We colored ours light purple (violet)
- Take strips of crepe paper, tissue paper, napkins or even kleenex and twist them to make vines. The strips should be 1 to 3 inches wide and 5 to 12 inches long
- Glue the strips onto a piece of construction paper in a vine-like pattern (see photo above if you're not sure what I mean).
- OPTIONAL: Take 1 inch squares of the same crepe paper (or what you're using) and twist around the flat end of a pencil. Glue around the vines to make flowers.
- Cut leaves out of scrap paper (we folded green construction paper in half a few times and cut the leaves from that... that we we got 8 leaves each time we cut)
- Glue the leaves around the vine
- Cut out the Vv templates and glue them onto the vine page (you can see
that we glued them sticking up over the top of the page... Kaitlyn wanted the
V's to look like they were climbing on the vines)
- Whenever I do these projects with Kaitlyn, I get to draw pictures of words that start with the letter and then she gets to color them. Don't stress about your drawing skills... the kids will love watching you draw! Letter V words I drew were a valentine and a volcano.