It's all about owls in this activity packet, complete with a print-and-cut matching game, owl bingo, geometric shapes to create an owl, and directions for playing mice-and-owl tag. You'll find everything you need here including poems, a reading list, face masks, finger puppets, and more. Learners explore five types of owls through the various activities.
- Use the owl mask template for the mice-and-owl tag game
- Because there are no photographs of the owls, consider displaying them while learners are doing these activities as a reminder of what they actually look like
- Mix and match the activities that work best for your class and easily use as a fun supplement to a larger unit
- Images are a bit outdated, but still convey the characteristics of the different types of owls