Short O Sound Worksheets To Print:
Start Them Off -
Mop, flop, top, dock, clock, fog, log. Just to name a few. How many of these words can you
make by adding letters to the beginning of each set of
letters below? Fill in as many as you can.
- I always think that the "float" is a picture of an astronaut. Say the name of each picture out loud. Does it make that unique tone?
Boxed In - Start
by finding a word that doesn't rhyme with block, slop, or blog. Read the words from the word box. Find the sets of words that rhyme with the
bolded word and write them on the lines.
- You have three terms to sound out and determine if you hear it. Where do you plug this thing into?
Color the O! -
You have to love the visuals we give you here. You choose which two colors that you wish to use for this worksheet.
- There is a pattern here it goes: 2-1-3-2-3. Do you see it? Circle the picture that identifies our word of interest.
Riddle Me This
- This can be chopped and put into the fireplace. Read each description. What is it?
O Word Scrambles
- You will be given scrambled text and a picture that correlates to it. Costume is the most difficult of the sorts.
Portrait of O
- Can you think of four things whose name contains the short O sound? ? Draw a picture of each thing. Then write its name on
- Find the word and picture match. You should say each word aloud to help.
Big and Little Words - Crossroads is the most difficult for sure. Each of the words below contains both the long and the short O sound.
Underline the part of the word with the long and circle the part of the word
with the short sound.
Can you Picture It? - Where is that O and three things you can think of three of them? Better yet, can you draw them for us?
Pull It In...
- Where is all that color for you guys? You can take this next level, if you choose to.
- There are eight words in the puzzle that contain a short O. Find each of them in the letter matrix and write them on the line in the order in which you found them.
Listen for the Short O - It's great to use this one as an oral activity. Sort all the words into the sounds that they give off.