The letter O is the fourth vowel that kids learn to identify. Like other vowels, it also has short and long sounds. The “long O” sound is /oh/ and the “short O” sounds like /awe/. The “short O” is mastered by learning how silent e works at the end, where the ending E makes the preceding vowel sound. For example, it makes a short o /awe/ sound in word mop, but it makes a long o sound /oh/in word mode. Kidzezone Letter O worksheets provide kids a great resource to practice, learn, and recognize the letter O along with its sound.
Learn and practice alphabet O with the help of reading, pre-writing, writing, and activity worksheets. Learn correct formation of letter O, letter recognition, letter O tracing, letter O matching, upper case to lower case, letter O writing on line, coloring, and much more amazing Kindergarten and PreK letter O worksheets.