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Learning the letter O! Letter O learning Resources, alphabet recognition, phonics, activities and crafts for preschoolers. Learn to read, write and have fun with the letter O.
Let’s learn the letter O!
We are continuing our Fun with Letters series, a cool mix of activities to make learning the alphabet fun and engaging for everyone!
Today we are doing the letter O. We’re more than halfway through!
The letter O plays an important part in the alphabet called a vowel. To understand better what sounds the letter a can make, here is the Letter O song:
Whether you are learning the alphabet for the first time or your kid is reviewing each letter, we have everything to make learning fun!
O is for orange, octopus, and owl! We’ll begin this lesson by asking our child all the words they know that start with O. How many animals that start with O can they think of? Do they know anyone with a Letter O name?
Let’s start with a nice, fascinating craft of an animal that starts with O. Can you guess what it is?
You guessed right! We’re making an octopus! Octopus is a fascinating creature that makes kids excited and curious to learn more about them.
Our O is for Octopus craft requires very few supplies and the result is very adorable. It only uses construction paper, pompoms, and googly eyes
We also have a list of engaging Letter O Activities to help your little one recognize the letter O. Pick your favorite and have fun with it!
You will find tons of cute crafts like Foam Cups Owls, a Toilet Roll Octopus, and even a DIY Olaf Treat Jar! There are so many to choose from.
If you feel like your kid has got the hang of the letter o and words that start with O, maybe it’s time to get some worksheets!
The Letter O free printable makes for a perfect choice for new learners. There’s also a cute octopus too that can be painted with a pretty blue color. BTW, check out our learn colors page for more color learning activities!
Choose your favorite Letter O Worksheets from this list to refine that letter O. We are sure your kid will become an expert after doing them! This pack includes uppercase and lowercase tracing pages, coloring sheets, and phonics activities to teach students the sounds of words that begin with Letter O.
Letters to Color has some sweet worksheets to practice letters K, L, M, N, and O while making it super fun.
Why not learn handwriting with these name writing activities?
Here are even more free handwriting worksheets for kids of ALL ages that will help your kids master the alphabet!