Teaching the alphabet to young children can be quite a task, but there are so many cute and interesting activities to help the process along. Today, I present to you an adorable O is for Owl craft idea that children will love to help make. Who knows, this art project might be the thing that helps them to remember the sound that O makes!
My kids always learn better when we do something that is more hands-on, so this sweet little owl will be perfect to work on with my 5 year old.
You Will Need:
Glue (can use hot glue or white school glue)
Paper or Cardstock
After gathering all of the supplies, you will first download the letter O template and print onto paper or card stock.
Cut out the letter O and trace onto the craft foam. Cut the letter out.
Download and print the OWL template. Cut out.
Trace the owl template onto craft foam. Cut out.
Glue the owl together. Refer to photos.
Use a black marker to add detail.
Glue on googly eyes.
Glue the owl to the letter O.
I love working with children, and it can be so rewarding to teach them basic skills that they will use for the rest of their life. Literacy is so important, and it begins with the alphabet!
If you are a homeschooling parent, childcare worker, early childhood educator, or just love some adorable young children that could benefit from this craft or others like it, be sure you also check out my similar posts: A is for Ambulance Letter Craft and B is for Bird Letter Craft. I also have other terrific resources, such as Educational Winter Printables – Snowmen, Colors Activities for Preschoolers, Activities to teach SHAPES to preschoolers, how to keep preschoolers busy without screens, and even how to host a fun Christmas party for kids,