These short o worksheets focus on teaching the 'O' sound as it appears in the middle of words like fox, log, and cost.
It also begins words like octopus, omelet, and olive.
For more short vowel words, you should print out the list of short vowel sounds below.
In the Web Words worksheet, students will need to write ten words (one in each section of the cobweb) that use the short 'O' sound.
The second paper has three rows of pictures. In each row, students will need to identify the object that has the short vowel sound 'o' and color it.
The third activity has nine pictures on it. Name each object and if the word has the short vowel o, then write the letter o on the line underneath the picture.
The next handout has three pictures with four groups of words next to it. Circle the word that best describes the picture and then write the word on the line.
The fifth worksheet has clocks on it. On each clock is a word. If the word uses the short 'o' sound, then color it in.
The last activity is rhyming activity. Write the word that rhymes in each box, then write a sentence using one of the words.
Learn more about short vowel sounds when you try the lessons below:
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