|Craft Recipe Tutorials
Come check out our Free Craft Recipes and make your own
playdough, colored noodles, paper mache, puffy paint, paper
pulp and more!
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|Owls by Gail Gibbons
|Owl Crafts & Activities
While learning about Owls we completed lots of crafts
and activities. All of them are posted on our personal
Homeschool blog. If you have a craft or activity you've
done with your children, please share a link with us from
there, we'd love to be able to share everyone's ideas!
|Helpful Lapbooking Links:
|Owl File Folder Games
Owls are just adorable, and these fun and free file
folder games can enhance your thematic learning.
Great for children of all ages and customizable to
the level and ability of your children.
Here is a cute little puzzle for
and put back together. Store
in an envelope within your
|Cute Owl Clipart
Owls are so cute! Use these owls to decorate your
lapbook to give it a little color and personality!
|My Favorite Owls: Layer
This is a layer book for
children to draw or paste in
pictures of their favorite owls.
Older children can write the
names of the owls, and
where they can be found.
|Birds of Prey?
This is a 6 flap book for
children to write in what
makes a bird a raptor or
bird of prey. There are
different flaps for children
to list or draw in pictures of
other birds of prey as well.
|My Owl Pellet: Experiment Notes
This is a little printable book where children can store
facts about their owl pellets. Children measure and
record the size, shape, appearance, and contents with
this book after and during dissection. You can purchase
owl pellet here, or opt for synthetic kits as well.
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Because of the way God
designed them, owls have
the special ability to fly
quietly. Use this fan book
to write in the science
behind the ability.
|Owl Memory Match
Here are some amazing
photos of various owls you
can use to play a memory
matching game. Print two
sets on heavy cardstock
for best results. See if you
can name the different
types of owls as you play!
|Owl Life Cycle
Use this circle book to
draw or write about the life
cycle of owls.