Simple and practical letter O crafts for kids

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The three R’s – read, write and (a) rithmetic – are some of the most important academic skills our children will learn. These skills are the building blocks by which we learn everything else. We start by teaching our children to count and sing their ABCs. Eventually, they realize that the alphabet song is more than just a catchy tune. They begin to understand that letters are symbols, each with a unique sound, and that these symbols are the words we speak and write. If your little one is starting to recognize their letters and you want some ideas for hands-on activities and games to encourage their learning process, we have some letter O crafts to help you. When you’re done, be sure to also check out our letters pages A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, L, M, and N.

Learning to read is not always easy, but with the help and attention of caregivers at home and at school, your child will be a pro in no time. It is important to create a home rich in literacy to foster this necessary skill. You can do this by reading to your kids every day, chatting with them early and often (even if they can’t answer!), And showing them letters in everyday life. The more words children are exposed to before the age of five, the more their vocabulary will be extended… and the easier it will be for them to learn to read.

Letter O Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

1. O is for Octopus – All Kids Network

We moms need eight arms every day to keep up with the kids, the house, the job, and all the other chores we juggle. Have you ever wished you were an octopus? We wouldn’t blame you! Unfortunately, we only have two arms. However, if your kids love eight tentacle sea creatures, check out this cute craft from All Kids Network on YouTube.

2. Letter O Owl Craft – Creative Craft Box

“Hoot! Hoot!” said the owl. If your kids have ever wanted night vision, here’s a great craftable animal to try. Check out the letter O with this cute paper owl from Creative Craft Box below.

3. How to make an octopus out of paper – Activities for children

Another octopus profession, coming to you! The popular YouTube channel and parenting site Kids Activities has a fun tutorial on how to make an octopus made with just a few basic supplies. This easy-to-use guide is perfect for keeping the kids busy on a rainy afternoon.

4. O is for the ocean – All Kids Network

Do you dream of summer days spent at the beach? U.S. too! If you have the ocean in your head, check out this “O is for the Ocean” manual from All Kids Network.

5. All about the letter O – HooplaKidz

Learn all about the letter O by watching this fun animated video from HooplaKidz. The catchy melody ensures that you will never forget the song. Then have your children grab the pencils and paper and draw as many O words as they can remember.

6. How to Draw a Coral Reef – Art for Kids Hub

If you have kids fascinated by the ocean, check out this underwater creation from Art For Kids Hub. They will love this coral reef drawing tutorial on YouTube.

7. How to fold an origami owl – Art for Kids Hub

Owls are such fascinating creatures. Did you know that there are over 200 species? We certainly didn’t! Check out this origami owl tutorial made easy for kids by Art For Kids Hub.

8. Owls in brown paper bag

If you look at a paper bag from a certain angle, it looks like an owl! Flip the brown paper bag over to work with the bottom. You will also need huge googly eyes and orange construction paper for the beak. When you fold the paper owl, make sure that the triangular fold at the bottom of the bag is part of the face.

9. Ocean of Orange Collage

Make a collage of everything orange. This is a great way to teach your child about colors and the letter “o”. So take out a magazine, cut out anything orange, and glue them onto a large piece of construction paper. It could be a sunset, tangerines, carrots, or anything else that catches their eye. Once the collage is complete, go through each element.

10. Let’s learn the letter O – Jack Hartmann

Here’s a groovy Jack Hartmann music video that will get your kids on their feet. When they have released their movements, have them sit down and practice writing their letter O on white paper with different colored markers. When they’re done, you’ll have a page of rainbow letters, perfect for hanging in the fridge!

11. Ostrich sculpture

Ostriches are fun creatures and just as fun to make! First, you will need a pine cone, pink or white pipe cleaners, white straws, and a pink cotton ball. Use the pipe cleaners for the neck and the pine cone for the body. Cut the straw in half for the legs and make sure everything is attached to the pine cone. Once everything is dry, glue the googly eyes on the cotton, and for the beak, cut a small piece of straw and color it orange.


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