The letter o is a vowel, and once again we stick to the short o sound. Mixing the words that begin with long and short o's only confuse emerging readers, especially children with learning disabilities.
The first worksheet is a simple writing practice sheet with a single picture representing a word that begins with an O, the short o letter sound in hot.
The second worksheet is a cutting activity in which students to cut out pictures that begin with the letter o and paste them around the picture. Cutting is a great way to build fine motor skills and build hand strength.
The third worksheet is a word identification and word writing activity. Students find the word in a word bank that identifies each picture and write it on the lined space next to the picture.