Oliver – Paris
This worksheet is a learning tool for young students focused on the letter ‘O’. It features images of an octopus and an orange, both of which begin with the letter ‘O’, serving as visual aids to associate the letter with objects. Rows of dotted letters are provided for practice, with uppercase ‘O’ and lowercase ‘o’ to trace, helping students learn the form of the letter. The sheet concludes with a line for the child to practice writing their name and a decorative frame for drawing a picture.
The worksheet’s purpose is to teach students how to write the letter ‘O’ in both uppercase and lowercase forms. It helps reinforce the phonetic sound of ‘O’ by associating it with recognizable objects like an octopus and an orange. The name-writing section promotes the development of personal writing skills, and the drawing area allows for artistic expression, which can make the learning experience more enjoyable and engaging for the students.