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First Days of Pre-K

Multiage Moments: "Owl" Kinds of Goodies - Monday Made It

I don't know what kind of owl this is but I like how puffy the feathers are on its crest.

I think this is a cute way to display classroom rules. There are only a few of them which makes it easy for the students to remember. If you come up with rules as a class this would also be a cute way to simplify them while keeping them manageable. 9286

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Owl Happy First Day of School Postcard

Owl Happy First Day of School Postcard... Attach a pencil or sweet treat and place on your new students' desks for a happy way to start the first day!

Begin met het schilderen van een donkerrode of lichtblauwe ondergrond van ecoline of plakkaatverf. Vervolgens verdunde witte plakkaatverf spetteren over het hele oppervlak. Het hoofd van de uil is een cirkel, het lijf een u-vorm eronder. Details als kleine vleugels en oortjes. Dan hele uil wit schilderen. En tenslotte grote cirkels als ogen en met zwart dunne pootjes enz.

Nocturnal Animal Free Preview from Fun and Fancy Free in First Grade on - (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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Owl Theme Classroom Decor Bundle: Name Tags, Word Wall, Teacher's Binder etc

Smarty Pants Owls Classroom Theme Pack: Create a fun and whimsical owl themed classroom with this quality décor set. These smart and quirky owls in their cute little pants are sure to capture the imagination of your students. By Pink Cat Studio

***FREE*** This is a set of number cards with an owl theme, 0-10. Three cards for each number - the number, a ten-frame representation, and the number word. Use for recognition, sequence, memory games, hiding and finding games, and of course, matching.