Do a dot letter O is a great activity to practice fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination. While using do-a-dot markers, students learn to recognize uppercase and lowercase letters O. The consonant sound O is represented in blue color. You can also laminate this worksheet and have kids play it again and again.
Tips: kids can use stickers, pom-poms, art markers, playdough, buttons, magnets, or paint to play this worksheet.
Available styles and printing options:
Styles: Zaner-Bloser, Handwriting Without Tears (HWT), and D’Nealian.
Printing options: full color, color lines, and black lines.
Zaner-Bloser. Forming letters straight up and down. Guideline: blue headline, red baseline, and dotted midline. An easy step-by-step approach.
Handwriting Without Tears. Forming letters using simple strokes. Guideline: simplified. Modern handwriting.
D’Nealian. Forming letters in slight slant and adding little tails to each letter. Guideline: blue headline, red baseline, and dotted midline. Easier transition to cursive.