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Shades of Fall and A Freebie!

Owl facts anchor chart made after reading Owls by Gail Gibbons

Silly Shaped Owls to teach student's different shapes. I haven't looked at site yet but if not done, make all owls small and put on branches so all shapes are on 11 x 17 paper

We created a brace map to show the parts of the owl. The labels are on velcro and when we talked about each part the children showed that part with their bodies and one child attached the label.

Nocturnal Animal Free Preview from Fun and Fancy Free in First Grade on TeachersNotebook.com - (1 page) - This venn diagram is just one of 5 informational writing activities for Nocturnal Animals. If you like this one check out the rest of packet that has 4 additional organizers and 1 math review game and one sight word game. Cats, Bats, and Owls~ Very CUTE!

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Shared Reading Interactive Charts for Fall

Comparing owls and bats, activities with owls and bats along with 5 interactive charts of fun fall poems. The interactive charts make great shared reading activities. So important to do with those beginning readers.

2nd gr. Black construction ppr. Construction crayons. Template ovals for body and head. Out line w white crayon. VISUAL TEXTURE/SHAPE. Follow w model magic owl. TACTILE TEXTURE.:

It must be owl mating season. The owls in my woods have been hooting way more than usual! I do love to hear them.