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For the most part Letter O had our readers thinking of the Ocean and Octopus!
The Harris Family had all sorts of Octopus and Ocean fun with letter O! They did letter O art and turned their letter into an Octopus, watercolored an ocean scene with an octopus in it, ate ocean in cup, made a cute paperbag octopus - this one I'd never seen before, and more!
Brandy at Adventures of a Flake has done several Letter O activities, but we especially like how they made oobleck, a fictional green precipitation invented by Dr. Seuss and featured in his book Bartholomew and the Oobleck.
Green Eggs and Olives worked on O is for Opposites, with this activity she made.
Confessions of a Homeschooler has done it again, and provided many downloadable O is for Octopus activities like this puzzle. She's also got How Many? cards, Size Sort Game, Color Matching, Number Clip Cards. Visit her post for the links to her downloads.
We love the tissue paper legs on Our Crafts N' Thing's O is for Octopus.
Our Journey at Hillside Manor got really creative with their O snack and oatmeal O's.
The Fifth Street Academy spent an entire day at the ocean, during their O week and also did letter O search. The stamped owl activity is also a good way to combine alphabet and math practice in one activity.
Jolanthe at Homeschool Creations has posted several Letter O activities, but our favorite is this ocean in a bottle, how fun! She also provides a Letter O collage sheet you can download.