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Who-oo-oo likes owls? I do!
Use this set of Owl Printables to help your preschool discover these amazing nocturnal creatures.
Owl Printable Activities
Race to Ten Game
Playing this game will boost your student’s counting skills, number recognition skills, and ability to understanding quantities.
Encourage your preschooler to use her fine motor skills to help the owl fly back to the tree.
ABC Magnet Word Building
Read through the owl poem with your student.
Have your student match the word cards to the words in the poem. Have your student build the words with her alphabet magnets.
Use the flower cards to create patterns for your student to complete. Let your student experiment with the pattern cards, too; have fun exploring patterns.
Some patterns to try: ABABAB, ABCABCABC, ABCDABCD, AABAAB.
If you are using this kit in the fall, go on a leaf hunt! Teach your student how to use tally marks. Make one tally mark for each tree you see.
What I Know About Owls
At the end of your study, ask your student to recall what he has learned about owls. Record the information on this page and put it in his notebook.
Find the Same Owls
Encourage your student to find the owls that are the same. This boosts visual discrimination skills that are important for reading.
Read a book about nocturnal animals.
Look at the printable provided. Which animals are nocturnal? Discuss with your student and encourage her to color the nocturnal animals.
Owls Knock-Out Game
Let your student roll two dice and add the two numbers. Tell him to color the owl with that number. When he has all the owls colored, the game is over. You can also play this as two players (each with a board). The first player to color all their owls, wins. If you want to make this a cooperative game, just print one copy. Both players can work together to knock-out all the numbers on the board.
Teach your student to “see” how many dots (rather than to count how many dots) in each group. What is five plus one? What is five plus two? What is five plus three? Write the answers next to the owls.
Read the directions to your student (one at a time) as she creates the picture.
How Many Mice? Playdough Math Mat
Print and laminate page. Mom needs to write numbers in the second column. The student should use playdough to make little mice. The student should then place the correct amount of mice for each owl in the third column.
Count the leaves and color the appropriate number on the graph.
Feather Find Game
You need two red feathers, two orange feathers, two green feathers, two blue feathers, two black feathers, and two purple feathers.
Hide the feathers. As your student finds them, have him place them on the chart, if he can say the correct letter sound (or a word that starts with that letter).
Owls Library List
You do not need these exact books for these Owl Printables.
Please use whatever owl themed books your library has available and read, read, read to your child!
Reading is great for language development, literacy skills, and snuggling; it is the best thing you can do with your preschool or kindergarten student.
Owl Babies by Martin Waddell
Owls by Gail Gibbons
White Owl, Barn Owl by Michael Foreman
Owl Moon by Cynthia Rylant
Night Animals by Susan Meredith
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More Owl Themed Activities
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