Letter O Worksheets
Our printable letter O worksheets usher in as much fun as learning for preschool and kindergarten children as they become conversant with the 15th letter in the English alphabet. In order for young learners to get an early advantage of knowing how letters are written so they start learning to pronounce words, mastering the alphabet as the foundation of our language is absolutely important. Now a burst of pedantic writing practice, now a surge of hilarious crafts, our letter O worksheet pdfs help children write, identify, and craft the letter O effortlessly. Our free letter O worksheets are a must-have!
Uppercase Letter O
Ooze oodles of letter O charm and confidence with this chart! Let your letter O practice be as fast as the ostrich, as fine as the olives, as rich as the orange, as layered as an onion, and as hooting as the owl.
Orchestrate an opulent letter O activity while crafting the owl. Watch your hard work pay off as you cut the eyes, wings, beak, and talons and glue them into the letter O in an attempt to craft an owl.
It's great to see how excitingly easy it's to trace the letter O. All there's to do is to start at the top and draw a full circle. The octopus and the owl, both overjoyed at being part of the O family, will tell you more.
Pilot the little ones through a series of fun, playful crafts to help them to key into the letter O. This craft, which has them filling in their favorite chocolate loops to make the letter O, is at the forefront of the list.
The orange is a juicy example of the letter O. In an attempt to boost their ability to identify the letter O, children find and color the oranges that have the letter O. Given how easy O is, this should be a cakewalk.
We put a greater onus on the orange, a sweet-and-sour letter-O fruit, to deliver more letter O learning for preschool and kindergarten children. In this letter O worksheet, practice tracing and writing the letter O.
Lowercase Letter O
If you are an avid collector of letter O pictures, which in turn will gift you with a host of letter O words, you will be pleased to have this chart. The pictures include animals, objects, and fruit that start with the letter O.
Welcome back operating more letter O practice with an ox, a sturdy example of the letter O! Look at the sample letter O at the top of the page and simply get rolling by tracing and writing the letter O.
Uppercase and Lowercase O
Interestingly, many a favorite food starts its name with the letter O. Keep this in mind as you complete the cut-and-glue activity. Before you get started with the cut and glue, accomplish a writing the letter O task.
Brought to life by a heart-stealing pom pom craft, this printable letter O worksheet provides preschool and kindergarten children with some great rest and relaxation. Let them color to their heart's content.
The uppercase O in this coloring and tracing letter O pdf, is outstanding! The lowercase o, though only less than half the size of its large counterpart, is optimistic that people will use it far more in their writing.
Look at the letter O cards at the bottom of the page, identify if each card contains an uppercase O or a lowercase o, and glue them on the correct vans. There will be two vans: a capital-O van and a small-o van.
Outperform your peers by writing the uppercase O in cursive in this printable letter O worksheet. Start at the top and draw a handwritten O shape. Return to the top and make a small loop on the right.
Mastery in cursive will not only make sending thank-you cards a fun affair, it will also enhance children's reading and writing skills. So leave no stone unturned as you practice writing lowercase o in cursive.
There's a lot more fervent letter-O action in this worksheet pdf than you think there is. Get down to writing the uppercase and lowercase O in cursive. Write 3 O words and 3 o words before you say you're done.