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november poems - One a week; read, read, read it each day, kids know it by Friday. Do that all grow readers!!!!


The Very Busy Kindergarten: November Poetry Box

Use these teaching resources as activities to support learning through the favourite story of Owl Babies by Martin Waddell.


Owl Babies Teaching Resources - Resources - TES

Fun facts about owls! Turn this in to a writing opportunity and teach your kids about writing non fiction!


Mrs. Bumgardner's 1st Grade Class

Our Owl Babies Story Unit has lots of activities and printables! Includes a math center and an original nonfiction text. Great for Autumn


Laminated animal pictures to help students write facts, stories, opinions in dry erase marker ~ for practice in writing centers ~ 1st grade

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Owl Babies - Picture Book Animation..... Ahhh what a nice little story! ♥

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First Grade Parade: Plants Aplenty! Great blog post about her plants unit. You know Cara teaches Kinder now, right? Her blog is AMAZING!

The First Grade Parade: Plants Aplenty!

The little white owl loved to tell stories, but the other brightly-colored owls did not like him at first because he was different. Once they heard his stories, they loved him! This book is great for discussing what makes you unique. I have attached a writing prompt for you down below.


We created a brace map to show the parts of the owl. The labels are on velcro and when we talked about each part the children showed that part with their bodies and one child attached the label.

Growing Kinders: owls

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113+ Graphs (Diagrams and Charts) from Early Childhood Classrooms

113 Graphs (Diagrams and Charts) from Early Childhood Classrooms

113+ Graphs (Diagrams and Charts) from Early Childhood Classrooms