I’ve carefully chosen Stellaluna (fiction) and Owls (non-fiction) books for you to read-aloud prior to the activities in this lesson. A page for both of these books have the story synopsis and several links to related web sites including an owl slide show with owl sounds, fun facts about bats, a reader’s theater script for Stellaluna and MORE. Once your students have listened to them they’ll be able to complete the two writing worksheets.
ALL the work is DONE so you can have a GREAT time teaching the art lesson using my handout with easy step-by-step pictures and written directions. Then send it home with students so they can review the art lesson any time they want! This lesson can help your students develop their confidence and learn skills - that they’ll use in other areas of the curriculum.
In addition, this integrated lesson plan includes a book list with eight other theme related fiction and non-fiction books, each with a short synopsis, chosen especially for this lesson. You can also give students the list of art vocabulary definitions and the ‘Fun Facts about Owls’ handouts.
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