This owl theme for classrooms includes an alphabet, numbers 1-30, a birthday display, editable newsletters, editable student awards, editable desk name plates, editable schedule signs, and more. It is over 230 pages in length, low-priced, and is available on Teachers Pay Teachers. This is the preview file which will open here. See also the photos, below. See also freebies at the end of this post.
Instructions for downloading the free owl class theme zip folder are at this link.
Editable name plates for student desks are included. Editable items include name tags, newsletters, birthday and achievement awards, and the schedule cards. Alphabet letter size teaching posters are included.
Numbers 1-30 with their representations are included, too. Numbers through 120 are included with odd/even color representation, and counting by 3’s with color representation.
OWL AT HOME has five stories about the antics of OWL: The Guest, Strange Bumps, Tear-Water Tea, Upstairs and Downstairs, and Owl and the Moon. These stories are fun to read, short, and the vocabulary is intended for beginning readers. Owl investigates bumps in the night, runs upstairs and downstairs and finds he cannot be in two places at once and befriends the moon in some of these stories. My full lesson is at this blog post, and it is free.
Now for some freebies! First, here is a free sequencing page for Good Night, Owl. Next, here is a free animal group names printable. Did you know a group of owls is called a parliament of owls?
Owls Smart Board
Click on these words for a FREE OWL SMART Board lesson with graphing PDF included (nonfiction)
Click on these words for free owls PowerPoint lesson and graphing PDF pages for students
And, last, here is a free printable worksheet and answer key for White Owl, Barn Owl.
Happy Owling, Carolyn