Whether you do this activity at the beginning of the school year for a back to school icebreaker, or in fall, for October or November, this owl
craftivity, is a wonderful way to get to know your students, or for
students to get to know their classmates better.
Completed projects make
an adorable bulletin board. A caption could be: “Owl Stars!”
For those finishing touches, have students cut out their owl,
fold the wings inward, add some highlights with crayons and perhaps a photo &
pair of wiggle eyes. Where they place the eyes really changes the
personality of this cute little critter.
There are two options. Students can make an owl for themselves: “Owl” About Me… or have children pick a partner and make one for that student: “Owl” Be Your Friend.
Click on the link to grab this versatile fall FREEBIE: Owl Writing Prompt Craftivity.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com
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