Practice writing capital and lowercase letters with these free letter O tracing worksheets. Fun handwriting sheets for young kids!
Learning how to write the alphabet is a great activity for kids in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade.
These letter o tracing worksheets also have natural items that start with letter o for little ones to color. O is for orange, oak leaf, octopus, and owl!
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Before using these tracing worksheets with your kids, make sure they know how to properly form the letter O.
These letter formation cards are great to use along with these worksheets!
How to Print
- Simply click the button below the image to bring up a PDF version
- Each worksheet fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
An easy way to make these sheets reusable is to laminate the set. You can also place each one within a clear plastic sleeve. Then your child can write on them using dry erase markers or crayons.
You can use these printables with any child who is ready to start writing letters. Preschoolers, kindergartners, or elementary aged kids need guided handwriting practice.
Letter O Tracing
On the first page, kids can learn proper letter formation by following the guidelines and arrows within the large letters. A great way to use this sheet is to have your child use their finger to write the letter then use a crayon.
Perfect for young learners who are just getting started with writing. Instead of lines, each letter is within a box. Kids can trace the capital and lowercase letter O's then practice writhing their own in the blank boxes.
There is even a large orange with a slice for little ones to color. Pair this page with additional orange coloring sheets for a screen free activity!
Color the barn owl on this worksheet along with tracing the letter o's. A great sheet for kids who are starting to trace letters. On the worksheet there are two rows of uppercase O's along with two rows of lowercase.
Learning about ocean life and under the sea with your young child? This letter writing worksheet features a large octopus to color. On the lines, kids can trace then write their own letters independently.
On this last sheet, your kids can color in the large oak leaf. Coloring is a great way to practice fine motor skills. Above the image, there are lines to write letter O's along with the word oak! A fun worksheet to use when studying trees with your kids.
Looking for more letter O printables to use with your kids? Make sure to check out these additional activities!
Printable worksheets are a fun no prep activity for young kids. Print them off and take them outside. From oak leaves to oranges, your child with love these additional sheets.
Don't forget to check out the entire collection of literacy activities for kids in preschool through upper elementary!
These worksheets were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free letter O handwriting worksheets are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.