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15 Very Vital Letter “V” Crafts Kids Will Love

The letter “V” is the 22nd letter of the alphabet and probably one of the easiest ones to learn. While that might be true, especially since uppercase “V” and lowercase “v” aren’t that much different, it doesn’t mean kids can’t have fun learning about this exciting letter!

I’ve compiled a list of 15 letter “V” crafts that will not only teach kids all about the letter’s shape, they’ll also teach kids about the different words associated with it.

Note: As most of these crafts require scissors and paint, I recommend the use of safety scissors and Tempera paint. If you don’t have safety scissors at home, a grown up should handle cutting out templates.

8 Letter “V” Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Below are 8 alphabet letter “V” crafts for toddlers and preschoolers that will develop their word association skills.

1. “V for Vulture” Activity

“V for Vulture” Activity

Photo credit: A Dab of Glue Will Do

Did you know a group of vultures is sometimes called a volt or a venue? That’s some letter V-ception for ya! A Dab of Glue Will Do shows how to make this fun and educational vulture activity with their template, crayons, scissors, and glue.

They include a link for printable templates at the bottom of their tutorial that requires submitting your name and email to access.

2. “V is for Vampire” Craft

 “V is for Vampire” Craft

Photo credit: Kids Soup

Need an activity for Halloween? Vampires are a staple during the Halloween season, so try your hand at this vampire craft from Kids Soup.

All that’s required to make this friendly-looking vampire is colored construction paper or cardstock, scissors, glue, and a marker.

3. “V for Valentines” Craft

“V for Valentines” Craft

Photo credit: Teaching Mama

Here’s a lovely Valentine’s craft from Teaching Mama that makes for a great Valentine’s Day gift for parents or guardians. All kids need is red and pink paper, markers, a letter “V” cutout, scissors, and glue.

4. “V is for Vegetables” Craft

“V is for Vegetables” Craft

Photo credit: Learning 4 Kids

Eat your vegetables, kids! For a simple letter “V” preschool craft, here’s an activity about the letter V and vegetables from Learning 4 Kids.

They show kids how they can make a vegetable collage using a catalogue or magazine with pictures of vegetables, a pencil, glue, and a lower or uppercase printable letter “V.”

5. “V is for Vine” Craft

“V is for Vine” Craft

Photo credit: Sly Spoon

With green pom poms and pipe cleaners, scissors, colored cardstock, glue, and a letter “V” cutout, Sly Spoon teaches kids how to make this fun vine craft.

6. “V is for Vase” Craft

“F” may be for flowers, but “V” is for the vase that holds them. This video tutorial from All Kids Network shows kids how to create a vase with flowers using the letter “V” with construction paper, scissors, crayons or colored markers, and glue.

They even include templates for the letter “V” and the flowers. Very convenient indeed!

7. “V is for Volcano” Craft

“V is for Volcano” Craft

Photo credit: All About Learning Press

It’s hot, it’s erupting, and it can be made with the letter “V.” All About Learning Press teaches kids how to make an erupting volcano with colored cardstock, printer paper, glue, a pencil, scissors, and their free printable volcano templates.

8. Origami Letter “V”

Origami Humpy’s video tutorial teaches kids how folding any piece of paper will result in a 3D letter “V” craft. Of course, a grown-up should help with the folds if younger children find it to be too difficult.

7 More Letter “V” Craft Activities

These next 7 letter “V” craft activities are more suitable for preschool aged children or older. However, that doesn’t mean a toddler can’t join in on the fun by helping out!

9. Toilet Paper Roll Vulture Craft

With an empty toilet paper roll, paint, a paintbrush, a pencil, cardstock, scissors, glue, and a googly eye, Easy Kids Craft shows kids how to make this easy-to-do vulture craft.

10. Popsicle Stick Vampire Craft

Popsicle Stick Vampire Craft

Photo credit: Today’s Creative Ideas

Here’s a not so spooky vampire head made from popsicle sticks from Today’s Creative Ideas your kids can make for Halloween. Kids will need paint or markers, construction paper, googly eyes, and glue.

11. 3D Vegetable Craft

Kids can enjoy learning about vegetables (and their benefits) by creating these 3D vegetables! In their video, Happy Bee Art and Craft teaches kids how to make cute 3D vegetables from various colored paper, glue, scissors, markers, and a pencil.

12. Crepe Paper Jungle Vines

Crepe Paper Jungle Vines

Photo credit: Clearwater Cottage

Want a letter “V” craft for your kids that doesn’t require glue or paint? Let kids turn their rooms into a jungle with these crepe paper vines from Clearwater Cottage. Aside from green crepe paper, kids will also need scissors and brown mailing paper.

A grown-up would need to help with cutting leaves since there are quite a lot, but the result is a wild jungle of a room!

13. Paper Plate Vase Craft

Paper Plate Vase Craft

Photo credit: The Activity Mom

There are tons of crafts kids can make with paper plates, and The Activity Mom uses one along with crayons, scissors, glue or a stapler, and a flower to show kids how to make this cone shaped vase that resembles a letter “V.”

14. Venus Fly Trap Craft

Krokotak’s video tutorial shows kids how to easily make a Venus fly trap with cardstock, glue, a black marker, and scissors.

15. Erupting Volcano Craft

Red Ted Art shares a video tutorial for an erupting volcano preschoolers can do! The materials they’ll need for this paper mache volcano are:

Additionally, baking soda, vinegar, food coloring, and warm water are needed for the eruption! While kids will need a lot of help from a grown-up for this craft, the result is a majestic erupting volcano that can double as a science fair project.

Letter “V” Crafts for the Victorious!

Kids will definitely feel victorious after making any of these crafts. Learning an easy to remember letter while having fun is always great, and they’re sure to love and enjoy these 15 letter “V” crafts.

How do you teach kids to write and remember the letter “V”? Which of these letter “V” crafts did they enjoy the most? Share in the comments section below.

For more crafts like these, check out my article on elephant crafts!