Our Owl Lapbook is available free to our nesletter subscribers. This lapbook takes children on a journey into the world of owls! While creating this alapbook, children learn about the habitat, life cycle, diet, and species of owls. We’ve included an entire science booklet for dissecting your own owl pellet, as well as a Bible verse and photo memory match game. Owls are fascinating creatures and we highly recommend following up your studies with a visit to a local raptor rehabilitation center, or zoo.
While learning about Owls we completed lots of crafts and activities. All of them are posted on our personal Homeschool blog. If you have a craft or activity you’ve done with your children, please share a link with us from there, we’d love to be able to share everyone’s ideas!
Owl File Folder Games
Owls are just adorable, and these fun and free file
folder games can enhance your thematic learning.
Great for children of all ages and customizable to
the level and ability of your children.
Get an up-close look at wild barred owls and view spy-camera footage of the birds nesting and raising their young in a man-made nest box in this fascinating documentary. Over a five-year period, a live Web cam recorded a pair of owls named Ward and June and their three owlets, capturing nearly every stage of the chicks’ young lives. Discover the qualities that have sustained these wild birds and their families for countless generations.
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