Pixie LOVES owls, just like her Momma. This month, we have been working on Owl themed Preschool printables I have found online.
Pixie has loved the variety of goodies I have prepared for her. Her favourite, so far, being the mask. Go figure.
The following printables have been used for this month’s work:
You’re a Whoot! with printables from Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk
The following items are available as free downloads:
Fill in with colors
Complete the patterns
Counting on owls
O is for Owl writing sheet
Circle the different item
Owl Preschool Pack from LittleMonkeyPrintables
Included in this download, you will find 17 activities:
count and clip cards
ten part puzzle
owl fact cards
finish the pattern page
owl magnet/dot page
two Bible verses
5 Little Owls poem
roll & graph activity
handwriting page (O,o)
circle the smallest
5 Little Owls Printable Puzzle from Growing in Pre K and K
Printable Five Little Owls Number Sequencing Puzzle 1-5
Letter Tumble from PreKinders
This owl letter tumble game can be used to practice matching uppercase to uppercase letters, lowercase to lowercase letters, or uppercase to lowercase letters.
OWL Numbers FREE from KidSparkz
OWL Numbers FREE
This is a set of number cards with an owl theme, 0-10. Three cards for each number – the number, a ten-frame representation, and the number word. Use for recognition, sequence, memory games, hiding and finding games, and of course, matching.
from Making Learning Fun
Have the children put the paper on a cookie sheet. Have the children complete the picture by putting a magnet in each circle. Some people use pompoms or bingo markers with them. This activity is designed to promote one to one correspondence and letter recognition.
Lacing Cards with Owls from Making Learning Fun
Using a small hole punch, punch holes at the dots. Have the children lace yarn through the holes.
Owl Shape Craft from Making Learning Fun
You can have the children glue them to dark blue construction paper as a reminder to the children that owls are nocturnal. You could also give the children construction paper scraps
and let the children add to seen. An alternative idea is to cut patterns for the owl pieces,
and have the children trace, cut and assemble.
O-owl writing sheet from Making Learning Fun
Five Little Owls from DLTK
by Leanne Guenther – it’s the same idea as all the other “Five Little ____” nursery rhymes (pumpkins, snowflakes, chickens, monkeys, etc) so it isn’t terribly original. They’re fairly simple to write but some of them start to be a bit repetitive (which is fine for preschoolers!) because there are only so many things that rhyme with four, three, two, one and none.
Owl Mask from First Palette
Super cute printable owl craft (choose pink or blue) from Kids Activities Blog
Let imagination run wild when creating owls – pull out the leftover craft supplies because owls may need feathers, pom poms or to be painted like a rainbow!
Printable Preschool Set: Owlette from Learn Create Love
This set includes the following:
Which Owl Is Different – a 4 card set in which your child has to find and circle the owl that is different. You can use this sheet as a whole, or laminate, cut out each card, hole punch the corner, and stick a key ring through it to keep it as a card set.
How Many Owls? (3 pages) – A fun set of cards for your child to practice counting and writing numbers. I laminated, cut out, hole-punched, and stuck a key ring through our set.
Stacking Cards – Laminate and cut out, then have your child arrange in order from largest to smallest or vice versa… or, of course, stack! =)
Line Tracing – Help Owlette get to her friend by tracing the lines provided.
Owl Patterning from Rachel Lynn
This a quick and cute patterning activity. It will require a keen eye by the kiddos since all of the pictures are owls. They will have to pay attention to details!