This worksheet is a letter matching activity that helps students identify the uppercase “Y” and lowercase “y.” In the center of the page, there’s a picture with the letter “Y,” and surrounding it are various letters in different cases. The students are instructed to draw lines connecting each uppercase “Y” and lowercase “y” to the central picture. This type of exercise is visually engaging, allowing children to make a direct association between the letter and the image.
The purpose of this worksheet is to teach letter recognition, specifically distinguishing between the uppercase and lowercase “Y.” By connecting the letters to the central image, students reinforce their understanding of the letter’s form in both cases. This activity also aids in developing fine motor control, as drawing lines requires precision and hand-eye coordination. Additionally, the worksheet promotes visual discrimination, a skill important for reading and writing.