We stopped at the library today to look for “O” books. I really wanted a book about an octopus, but none of them were available at our library! These looked especially cute.
Instead we found…
Oscar Otter which is a pretty cute book with lots of animals and is esentially about obeying your dad.
Oscar’s Spots a fun book about a leopard who doesn’t want his spots anymore. With the help of a funny magician, he gets his wish…and a few surprises!
My “o” Sound Box which is a series of books about the sounds of every letter. Not a terribly interesting book but fun to see lots of words with the letter you’re working on.
Oh, and Lydia found The Bear’s Toothache because it obviously has TWO O’s in the title! She was so excited to recognize those two O’s!
Do you have any “o” books to recommend?
So, I thought I’d let the pictures do the talking today…
This week we chose Psalm 30:2 “O Lord my God, I called to you for help and you healed me.” I thought there would be more “O God…” type verses. But they were all something like, “O God, slay my enemies” or something like that.
Anyway, after reading the verse and writing it, Lydia colored in all the O’s. I think she did a pretty good job.
I printed off some orange clip art…
Found some orange stickers…
And some random orange fun foam and buttons and other stuff…
Then let Lydia decorate a letter O.
Then we used our “O” worksheet from First School. Lydia loved all the animals on the bottom: ostrich, ox, otter and octopus.
She even tried her hand at tracing the letters. Not bad for a two year old, I guess…
And the finished products with her saying, “Ooooooh.”
Happy “O” Day!
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