Today, I’m giving you Owl fun and Freebie! Learning about owls is always so much fun!
This was the perfect opportunity to learn about the “ow” sound.
This is the chart of words we thought of. Notice that there is also a place to record ou words.
Our cutie patootie Owl glyphs
We made a graph to show our data for each question.
A close up of our owl glyphs.
We made a picture chart for some of the owl vocabulary we learned.
Doing this together gets them ready for the vocabulary work we will do in our Bat unit
that’s coming up.
We dissected owl pellets! If you haven’t ever done this it is a must.
It is so stinkin’ cool. I order my pellets from owlpellet.com
I order one pellet for every three kids.
Before we started we made our predictions.
NOTE: You can download this for free at the bottom of the post.
They have gloves, a toothpick and a bone chart.
Matching up the bones.
Owl information charts.
Click on the picture below to view my owl unit.