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Who? Whooo is that you hear at night in the woods? It’s the amazing owl! Swoop into science and learn all about these fierce birds with our owl printables.
What’s Included in the Owl Printables?
You’ll find a variety of activity pages and worksheets in the Owls Printable Pack. Your student will learn about the owl’s life cycle, owl anatomy, other owl facts, and even have the opportunity to record what she finds when she dissects an owl pellet.
- Owl Life Cycle Diagram
- Owl Life Cycle Activity Page
- Owl Anatomy Diagram
- Parts of an Owl (Label an Owl) Activity Page
- All About Owls Notebook Page
- Owl Pellet Observation Activity Page
- Owl Pellet Dissection Worksheet
- Owl Pellet Worksheet: Owl Diet
- All About Owl Pellets Worksheet
- Owl (Basic Facts) Worksheet
- Owl Notebooking Pages (two blank pages for student to use as desired to record other owl facts such as the owl’s part in the food chain)
- Owl Coloring Pages (two options)
Additionally, your student could use the blank notebook pages to create an owl report by choosing one species and writing all about that type of owl. Some suggestions for research: American Barn Owl, Eastern Screech Owl, Snowy Owl, Great Horned Owl, Barred Owl, Northern Hawk Owl, Elf Owl, or Northern Saw-whet Owl. Find out what types of owls are prevalent in your area; your student might want to research one of those.
If you live near a forested area, you could even go owling together!
Your student will need to research in order to complete the notebook pages. You can check out a variety of books about owls at your local library, or you can use reliable websites. Your student will need to find out more about the owl’s habitat, diet, defenses, and anatomy. It would also be good to have some information about owl pellets, if your student is going to use the observation and dissection pages.
Here are a few recommended websites for your owl research:
Supplies Needed for the Owl Printables
You’ll want to have some supplies on hand as your student completes the activity pages and adds them to a notebook. Here are some ideas:
- Barn Owl Pellet Dissection Kit (comes with an identification book to help your student identify what the owl ate)
- magnifying glass to examine items from the owl pellet
- crayons and markers
- cardstock for mounting images before adding to the notebook
- three-ring binder (to add all of the printable pages to for a final portfolio)
How to Get Started with the Owl Worksheets
The owl worksheets are simple easy to use.
- Print the pages you think will interest your student.
- Grab some books from the library or show your student how to use reliable websites for research.
- Let your student conduct research and complete the pages.
- If desired, let your student cut out images and paste them to colored cardstock for to frame them. Three-hole punch all of the pages and add them to a folder or binder to create an Owl Notebook, a portfolio your student will be proud to display and show off!
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