Cursive ‘O’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Os
In this post, we teach you how to write a cursive ‘O’ and have worksheets for you to practice. Scroll to the bottom to easily download and print the worksheets as PDFs.
If you want more letters close to ‘O’ in the alphabet, check out our posts teaching you how to write a cursive ‘M‘ and ‘N‘. We also have a post teaching you how to write ‘O’ in bubble, graffiti, block, and fancy styles.
How to write a cursive “O”
In this worksheet, we demonstrate how to write uppercase and lowercase cursive ‘O’s. Follow the arrows and you’ll get the hang of it in no time!
Free cursive “O” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this worksheet, we give uppercase and lowercase ‘O’s for you to trace. Feel free to grab another piece of paper to practice writing these letters on your own.
Capital “O” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
Sometimes it can be helpful to focus in on the upper or lowercase version of a letter. In this post, we give you lots of lines to write the uppercase version over and over until it becomes engrained in your muscle memory.
Lowercase cursive “O” worksheet
In this worksheet, we focus on the lowercase o. We give an example on the first line and then lots of space to practice. Feel free to make the letters as small or large as you’d like! You can also incorporate the ‘o’ into words with other letters to practice joining them up!
Print and download cursive O worksheets
If you want to download the above worksheets as PDFs to easily download and print, simply click on the following links.
Learning cursive is tricky, and we want to make it as fun as possible! Check out this post on fun ways to learn cursive. If you need advice on tips to teach and learn cursive, check out this post too! It gives 21 things parents need to know about cursive.
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