Today I’m sharing a free letter O printable that we like to use with our letter of the week activities.
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Free Letter O Printable
I created these for young preschoolers as a way to help them learn to recognize a letter and have some fine motor practice at the same time.
My little guy (just over two years) loves to work on my dot sticker pages at the kitchen table.
You can have your child complete this page in a variety of ways.
- round office stickers
- round magnets
- Do-a-Dot markers
- round cereal or another small snack
- pom-poms hot glued to magnets
This is what the page looked like when my Two finished it. He was excited to cover up the “o”‘s in the word “octopus” and got a little carried away. 🙂 After finishing the top he’d reached the end of his attention span. I don’t push it, of course.
Check out the rest of our dot sticker collection here:
And for many more learning ideas for letter O, click on the image below:
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