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Homeschool: Owl Unit Study

Homeschool: Owl Unit Study - Owls are majestic, beautiful creatures that pretty much anyone can enjoy learning about. I love that homeschooling offers so many options, especially when it comes to Unit Studies. Use this Owl Unit Study to get the thinking train started... and let us know where it goes!

Owl Unit Study

Owls are majestic, beautiful creatures that pretty much anyone can enjoy learning about. I love that homeschooling offers so many options, especially when it comes to Unit Studies. Use this Owl Unit Study to get the thinking train started… and let us know where it goes!

Science

The fact that owls are nocturnal opens up a huge array of possibilities for science-learning. Branch off into other nocturnal animals, other birds of prey, etc.

Resources:

Owl Pellet Dissection (Video)
Owl Documentary (Video)
Nocturnal Animals Study

Art

Drawing owls is so fun! There are tons of crafts you can do – even with paper plates! Let your imagination go crazy with this one.

Resources:

Clay Owl Project
Draw Your Own Owls
Crochet Owl Hats
Owl Arts & Crafts

Writing/Literature

Resources:

Printable Owl Word Search
Owl Themed Writing Paper
Owl (and other bird) Printables

Virtual Field Trip Supplements

Owl Nestbox Cleanup Video
Owl Field Trip

Everything Else

Resources:

Owl Lapbook & Resources
Owl Moon Unit Study
Free Printable Owl Lapbook
All About Owls Lapbook

Owl Unit Study Book Recommendations {affiliate links}

Owl Moon, by Jane Yolen
OWLS! Fun Facts for Kids
Owl Babies by Waddell, Martin and Benson, Patrick
Owls of the World: A Photographic Guide by Heimo Mikkola
Owls by Marianne Taylor
The Book of North American Owls by Helen Roney Sattler

Owl Pinterest Boards

Owl Unit Study – Homegrown Learners
Bird Unit Study – Susan Evans
Homeschooling Unit Study: Birds of Prey – Midwest Modern Momma

Obviously, here at A Spectacled Owl, I love owls. What do YOU love most about owls?

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