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Owls Theme Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

Owls theme activities, printables, centers and games for preschool, pre-K and Kindergarten.

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Owl Week (with freebies!)

Full disclosure: this post is actually from last year, and due to glitches with one of my files, I never posted it. Better late than never, I hope! What better time than October to study owls? They are such beautiful, fascinating birds and we had a blast learning more about them. We read book about owls . . . . Watched owl videos . . . and of course we did owl-themed activities! After reading and learning about owls and their carnivorous diet, Colby completed this cut-and-paste activity, gluing the prey animals in the owl's belly: For a free copy of this activity, click here! We listened to some owl calls, and used this fun owl spinner to work on graphing, ten-frames, and addition. Not all of the materials included in this activity are shown here - there's a lot more in the download! (I bought this inexpensive pack of spinners: plastic game spinners, but you can also make your own with a paperclip!) This activity includes addition and ten-frame worksheets, task cards with recording sheet, spinner, and graphing sheet. Get your free copy here! If you've never seen an owl eject a pellet, now is your chance! We started Owl Pellet Day with this icky-but-interesting video: Then, we broke out the actual pellets! (We got our owl pellet kit right here.) We examined, we measured, we dissected, we identified, we learned, and we recorded our observations in this FANTASTIC free booklet by Renee Dooley. You can download your own free copy at her TpT store; don't forget to leave feedback! The boys really found the owl pellets fascinating! We examined some of the teeny bones under the microscope, too, and saved the bones to assemble another day. Colby and I read Owl Moon by Jane Yolen: and made good use of this book study by Little Red's Schoolhouse: It's a fantastic packet for grades 1-3 and we strongly recommend it! For lots more owl-themed ideas and freebies, try our Pinterest board: Owl Crafts and Activities For Kids Happy Halloween, everyone!

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Owl Activities for a Owl Preschool Theme

Loads of fun owl activities perfect for a preschool owl theme!! Great ideas for kindergarten and elementary ages too!

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Owl - Full Collection {UPRINT}

Welcome to Schoolgirl Style! The Owl Theme - Full Collection is for the teacher who loves bright and happy colors!  A fun blend of dots and whimsy makes this collection perfect for boys and girls alike!  Brighten up your learning days with the Owl Full Collection! Don't forget that many items in the Owl Theme - Full Collection are EDITABLE! No more worries about your handwriting - you can type into the labels and PRINT! Included in the Owl Full Collection: Owl Welcome Banner Owl 3inch Tags (Editable) Owl 3inch Number Tags (Editable) Owl Book Basket Labels (Editable) Owl Nameplates (Editable) Owl Fancy Labels (Editable) Owl Word Wall Labels Owl Pennat Banner (Editable) Cute Owl Decor  Owl Cut-Outs "Keep Calm and Teach On" Print Large Polka Dot Owl Cut-Outs (Editable) Owl Calendar Headers Owl Calendar Numbers Multipurpose Labels (Editable)   *Poms, daisies, lanterns, frames, and other accessories are not included, but can be purchased in the Schoolgirl Style Shop. (to create a similar look, the Schoolgirl Style Font Favorite(s) are: "Wish I Were Taller")   Want to see more photos and fun ideas?  Visit the Schoolgirl Style Blog,http://www.schoolgirlstyle.com/2012/04/the-owl-collection/   Page Count: 120 ATTENTION! THIS IS A "U PRINT" DECOR SET. NOTHING WILL BE PHYSICALLY MAILED TO YOU. YOU ARE PURCHASING DIGITAL FILES AND WILL RECEIVE THEM THROUGH EMAIL AFTER PURCHASE. FOR PRINTING AND INSTRUCTIONS, HEAD OVER TO THE MAIN PAGE OF THE SCHOOLGIRL STYLE BLOG. (WWW.SCHOOLGIRLSTYLE.COM) Schoolgirl Style™’s line of trendy classroom accessories helps to take the guesswork out of styling and managing classroom design. Each collection, designed by Melanie Ralbusky, offers a signature look that will transform empty spaces into extraordinary spaces for students to enjoy. The variety of décor options in the Schoolgirl Style collection makes it possible for anyone to design and decorate classrooms that inspire learning and joy! Collection for Personal Use Only. Please do not share, distribute or copyright the files.

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24 Cute and Cuddly Owl Books for Kids

24 Cute and Cuddly Owl Books for Kids - my kids adore owls! Who knew there were so many books about these fluffy, nocturnal birds!

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Owl Themed Activities for Preschoolers Featuring Owl Babies

A planned week of simple preschool activities to play, learn and create inspired by the book Owl Babies by Martin Waddell.

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Owl Activities for a Owl Preschool Theme

Loads of fun owl activities perfect for a preschool owl theme!! Great ideas for kindergarten and elementary ages too!

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60+ Themes for Classrooms at the Elementary Level in 2021

Grab the full list of the best decor themes for classrooms & learn how to pick the best one for you and how to plan & implement it in your elementary room!

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Creatures of the Night

Last week we learned about “nocturnal” animals. Even though we read books about many different animals, we spent the majority of the time learning about owls and bats. On Monday we worked together as a class to make a KLW. We began by making a list of the things we know about bats and some things we would like to learn about bats. We read lots of bat facts and made a book of our own. On Wednesday we learned about owls. . . During center time we made owl art projects and hung them in the hallway with the stories we wrote last week about animals that live in the woods. We also made cat art projects at the art center this week. We put nocturnal animals in ABC order and drew pictures of each animal in their habitat. We used letter tiles to build real and nonsense short vowel words. We unscrambled bat facts sentences and wrote them using our neatest handwriting. We also drew a picture to go with each sentence. We sound spelled short vowel words. Then we used lowercase stamps to stamp the word on our paper. We listened to a story called Creatures of the Night. Then we wrote a fact about one animal from the story that is nocturnal and drew a picture to go with it. We also played addition Bat BINGO. We rolled two dice to create an addition problem. Then we got to find and mark the correct answer on our Bat BINGO card. On Friday we watched Stelleluna. In the story a baby bat named Stelleluna is separated from her mother when they are attacked by an owl. Luckily, she lands safely in a bird nest and is taken in by the mother bird. The mother bird agrees to keep her if she promises to behave like a good bird. Stelleluna discovered that even though she is similar to her new family there are still many differences. After the movie was over we discussed the similarities and difference between birds and bats. Then we cut out sentences that described birds and bats and glued them in the correct column. We wrapped up the week by writing about all the things we learned about bats.

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Owl Activities for a Owl Preschool Theme

Loads of fun owl activities perfect for a preschool owl theme!! Great ideas for kindergarten and elementary ages too!

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