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It’s time for the letter of the week post and today I have some preschool letter O activities ready for your use. First, some Letter O Theme Ideas to help you with your planning: Octopus, Owl, Ocean, Olives, Orange, Opposites, Orangutan, Oats, Ostrich, Oak, Onion, Oil, Oar, Otter, Ox, Oven, Orchid. What other ones can YOU think of? Find the whole letter of the week series HERE.
Printable Preschool Letter O Activities
Looking for worksheets, crafts and activities to use with the letter O? I created a printable pack to go with this letter (and all the letters!) It has 20 pages of fun learning activities to teach the letter O to your preschoolers.Find the details for downloading at the end of the post.
Preschool Letter O Books
Find some new favorite books, or read some old favorites. Just make sure you read! That’s the best part of this whole teaching thing. 🙂 Here’s my list of favorite books for the preschool letter O week.
Ox-Cart Man by Donald Hall
How to Hide an Octopus by Ruth Heller
An Octopus is Amazing by Patricia Lauber
Even an Octopus Needs a Home by Irene Kelly
Opposites by Sandra Boynton
Owen by Kevin Henkes
Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae
Over in the Ocean by Marianne Berkes
Each Orange Had 8 Slices by Jr. Gigantic Paul
Olivia’s Opposites by Ian Falconer
I Am Otter by Sam Garton
Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners by Laurie Keller
Even an Ostrich Needs a Nest by Irene Kelly
As an Oak Tree Grows by G. Brian Karas
Owl Babies by Martin Waddell
Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzburg
Preschool Letter O Craft: O is for Orange
Make the letter O into an orange! Print out the Letter o Template and the Orange template, color, cut and glue. That’s it! This is a simple one that preschoolers could do all on their own. We all love projects like that, right?!
Preschool Letter O Snack: Cereal O’s Snack Bars
This is a simple homemade snack idea you can use for the letter O week. This was made from cheerios cereal. I used Honey Nut flavor, but any flavor would work.
1/2 c. peanut butter (or other nut butter)
1/2 c. honey (or other liquid sweetener)
3 1/2 c. Cheerios or other O-shaped cereal
2-3 Tbsp chocolate chips (optional)
Mix the honey and peanut butter in a small pot or in a glass bowl for the microwave. Heat and stir until smooth. While it is cooking, pour your cheerios int a large bowl. Pour the heated mixture over the top and mix well. Pour into a square pan lined with wax paper. Sprinkle chocolate chips on top. Cool and cut to serve.
Want to Download the Preschool Letter O Activity Pack?
This is available in my shop as part of my letter of the week curriculum bundles.
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Find ALL of the Letter of the Week activities HERE.
Summer Cox says
This is a great resource that I am excited to use! I am wondering what suggestions you have for using the o worksheets that are made from a bunch of o’s? Dot paint? Cheerios? Honestly, I would love more details about how you’ve used these packets with your kiddos in the past. Thanks!