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Owl preschool

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Nocturnal Animals Activities and Centers for Little Learners - Pocket of Preschool

Description Nocturnal Animals Math and Literacy Centers are loaded with fun, hands-on nocturnal animals themed activities to help your students build math and literacy concepts! Literacy skills covered are letter identification, beginning sounds, sight words, handwriting, rhyming, name writing, building vocabulary words, and writing/journaling. Math skills cover are one-to-one correspondence, counting, number identification, measuring, spatial sense, and 2D shapes. Each activity has a page…

What Do Owls Eat?  FREE cut-and-paste activity in both color and b&w

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…

Owl Scissor Skill Crafts by From the Pond | Teachers Pay Teachers

Description Choose from 6 fun owls to cut and create! These owls are perfect for autumn / fall and developing strong scissor skills. The templates for this craft have thick heavy edge lines and patterned internal lines to cut - perfect for developing scissor skills. Each project can be copied on a single page so prep is minimal! These projects will help your students develop important hand craft skills - cutting, coloring, arrangement of shapes within a space and gluing/pasting. Having 6…

Take an empty toilet paper roll, add eyes, wings, a beak and feathers and you have an adorable owl. The letter O is for Owl is a fun preschool lesson and this craft is so easy to do. #owl

The letter O is for Owl lesson and craft is a fun theme for preschoolers. Using toilet paper rolls to make owls is so easy and they are just adorable!

FREE 20 sets of Owl Count and Clip Cards for number 1-10. Especially for preschoolers and kindergarten. Count and clip the quantity. Your child or your class can clip the right number, or circle it using marker, or cover it using owl eraser, or gummy bears, or cereals. Have fun!

FREE 20 sets of Owl Count and Clip Cards for number 1-10. Especially for preschoolers and kindergarten. Count and clip the quantity. Your child or your class can clip the right number, or circle it using marker, or cover it using owl eraser, or gummy bears, or cereals. Have fun!