Wood/Log Owl Decorations
I found this on Pinterest and they were credited to Holzeulen (couldn't find the exact owl, darn!) Looks like you need one thick log, and 5 wood slices of different sizes. Paint the smaller ones white
Kindergarten Shape Owls
So I found this on Pinterest and thought they were super cute. I thought it would make a great early lesson for my kinders and discussing shapes and colors. I’ll post their finished pieces as…
Adorable Pine Cone Snowy Owl Craft for Kids - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Turn a pine cone into an adorable snowy owl craft! This project is great for kids because the process is a lot of fun and the final product is so cute. Combine this owl craft with a book about snowy owls, and you’ve got a great science lesson for winter! Owls are definitely one of […]
Sonbahar Etkinliği | OkulöncesiTR Preschool Kindergarten
Sonbahar etkinliği çalışma sayfası, kurumuş yapraklar okul öncesi sonbahar etkinlikleri ve okul öncesi sonbahar panosu çalışmaları planları sayfaları,
Owl Babies - Upcycled Story Puppets for Storytelling Play
Minnie always has a selection of books ready at the end of the day for her bedtime stories, & often during the day she asks for books to be read to her, or she sits & ‘reads’ stories to her toys. One of the best parts of the day is sharing a story with Minnie, she gets so engrossed in the book & it’s just wonderful to watch her eyes as they scan the illustrations. It’s lovely when she starts to join with a repeated refrains as well, or completes a sentence by adding the last word, of course…
Owl Painted Rocks - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
The other week I bought a bag of Caribbean beach pebbles from Home Depot, and we have been having so much fun painting them! Janie had a blast covering her rocks with every possible color of paint, while Gresham painted little lighthouses on his. (I should take a picture of the lighthouse ones!) Gresham suggested […]
Owl Babies Tuff Tray and Small World.
Bring this topic to life with these lovely cut outs! Why not have your children to explain the topic to encourage them to practise using appropriate vocabulary and language.
We have been working really hard in our classroom to expand our vocabulary. One of the ways we focus on words that are interesting to us is to draw a visual for the word and place them on theme pictures around our classroom. We also focus on a main idea such as Owls eat..and then add visuals to the words to help us remember the details. The students always love adding the pictures to the clues and they always come up with creative drawings to show what the words mean.