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"Owl Babies" Craft

Owl Craft to go with the popular children's book "Owl Babies" (this is one of Lucas' favourite books!

Teach shades/tints, silhouettes, how to draw tree branches, nocturnal animals

The Great Artdoors: Owl Silhouettes This would be a great project to do in conjunction with the book "Owl Moon"

Owl Babies classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox

A super Owl Babies classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!

Owl Babies classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox

A super Owl Babies classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!

Art with Mrs. Seitz: Owl Babies

Kindergarteners learned about texture through our Owl Babies project. We watched this awesome animated book called Owl Babies (here is a li.


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Owl Moon Lessons. Really like what they did. Especially making the craters1

Owl Moon Activities

Owl Moon by Jane Yolen. Activity: Do a lesson on owls after reading this book. Have the students describe what owls are like and put it on a big poster for the entire class. Afterwards, construct an owl project!

Kindergarten Owlets-ripping paper(art teacher: v. giannetto)

Torn Paper Owlets - We began by drawing the owl step-by-step and ripping brown paper to create the owl's feathers. Ripping the paper was a great way to work on fine motor skill development. The students practiced cutting by tracing two cups for the yellow

Jouer pâte, des plumes, des boutons, des allumettes et les yeux écarquillés - de Rachel (",)

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Play dough, feathers, buttons, matchsticks & googly eyes - from Rachel (",)

Items needed:  Paper plate, construction paper, 2 paper muffin cups, scissors, and glue.  Cute and simple.  Saw it at a local daycare.

Items needed: Paper plate, construction paper, 2 paper muffin cups, scissors, and glue. Saw it at a local daycare. For Michelle

Nocturnal Animals: Bats! Craft Activity - Perfect for October!

Your Daily Batty Dose: Craft Edition! Create a night sky with this splatter bat project (be careful, this might get a little messy) Instructions below the cut. Submit your finished projects to if you’d like :) [[MORE]]Materials:

Owl Babies (Note to self: think about using tempera dry paint to make orange to turn cotton in to pumpkins and they could be sitting on a vine.)

Owl Babies (Note to self: think about using tempera dry paint to make orange to turn cotton in to pumpkins and they could be sitting on a vine.

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Owl Babies challenge - design a nest. Our new puppets and natural materials.

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