Today I have a set of letter o activities and worksheets, suitable for preschoolers. I have compiled nine letter o activities into a downloadable alphabet workbook. You can use these activities and worksheets to help your children:
Learn things that begin with letter o (e.g. octopus, octagon, orange, etc.)
Recognise upper and lowercase letter o
Practice tracing and writing letter o
Identify letter o sound
The activities included in this workbook are:
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Letter O Poster
This letter o poster is great for introducing the letter Oo. The words included are orange, onion, octopus, ostrich, octagon, otter. You can use this poster as a guide for various hands on activities such as creating alphabet box, making fresh orange juice or if you are more adventurous, orange marmalade or cake, creating letter o crafts, read letter o books like Good Thing You Are Not an Octopus! by Julie Markes and Maggie Smith, Orange Pear Apple Bear by Emily Gravett, Good Night Little Sea Otter By Janet Halfmann and Wish Williams, etc. with your children and more!
Spot and Dot the Letter Activity
Help Oscar find the letter o! This activity helps your children recognise upper and lowercase letter o. They have to find both the upper and lower case letter o and dot or color them.
I love using these dot markers and the kids enjoy using it more than just plain coloring.
Letter O Maze
Trace through the maze to help the otter find food and the ostrich find its egg. This activity is great to help your children recognise letter o. If you want to reuse the activity sheet, you can laminate it and use washable marker to trace along the maze.
Letter O Sound Worksheets
There are two variations of letter o beginning sound worksheets for you to choose from. They are straight forwards activities where your children have to identify items that begin with letter o. These activities are also great for reviewing previous letters learnt.
Letter Tracing Worksheets
There are four different letter o tracing worksheets to choose from with the options of tracing with lines or free form tracing with box. These worksheets are not filled with tons and tons of tracing to do because I find that children get so bored and tired when there are too much to trace. However, if your child is older and you would prefer a more intense tracing activities, check out my alphabet tracing workbook.
Click on the picture below to get your copy of the Letter O Activity Book.