Kids are like birds; when it comes to learning, some of them fly, some swim and some stay put firmly on the ground. Encourage and nurture individuality with this adorable owl project.
Traced onto colorful paper, students will choose different colored or patterned body parts to create an owl that’s as unique and individual as they are. These owls make a wonderful hallway display, perfect for the beginning of the school year. To coordinate with the display, you can also print out a matching 8.5”x11” mini-poster that says “look whooo’s in Kindergarten (comes with posters for K-5) or 4” lettering that reads “look whooo’s here”
This project does have some prepping, but it couldn’t be easier with the step-by-step instructions that contain color photos of the process. Photos also come with the instructions for building an owl, both for the teacher and the students. In fact, this kit contains step-by-step numbered instructions that can be projected with a Smartboard or other projector.
If you’d like to use this an as organized student DIY project, there are label cards for each body part that can be placed with bins of each part. Instruction cards that list each step can be placed so that students follow the process each step of the way.
This kit contains one .pdf file that includes:
* prepping instructions
* prepping tips and tricks
* owl templates for printing and tracing
* teacher instructions for building an owl, including photos
* student instructions for building an owl, including photos
* labels for cut-out owl body parts (for project organization)
* building instruction cards (for student use)
* bulletin board lettering 4”x4” (Look Whooo’s Here)
* bulletin board mini-posters 8.5”x11” (Look whooo’s in Kindergarten, etc for grades K-5)
Let your students shine in their originality with Design an Owl Classroom Craft Kit!
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