Tot School Owls

Tot School

Mr. Blue Sky is 24 months old.

We had a fun owl themed week. We read some books that featured owls (reviewed here):

  1. A Book of Sleep written & illustrated by Il Sung Na
  2. Little Owl Lost written & illustrated by Chris Haughton
  3. Wow! Said the Owl written & illustrated by Tim Hopgood
  4. Whoo Goes There? written by Jennifer A Ericsson & illustrated by Bert Kitchen
  5. Oliver’s Wood written & illustrated by Sue Hendra

We got a set of Do-A-Dot markers (reviewed here) and MBS had a blast drawing with them. At DLTK, I printed out  a rhyme, owl coloring sheets, and a neat paper bag craft. MBS decorated all of them with his new markers.

O is for Owl
Decorating the owl puppet parts.
Paper bag owl.
He likes it!
Coloring owls with Do-A-Dot markers.

We also made some O’s, using printout from Confessions of a Homeschooler and hand drawn O’s.

Trying hard to dot in the circles.
Following Momma's lines.

I read about making your own lacing cards on Tot School. I cut out one of the owl shapes from a coloring sheet and used that as a pattern to cut and owl out of a piece of foam. This was MBS first time doing any lacing and he was easily frustrated but had a blast making the foam owl play with his stuffed owl.

Trying to lace the owl.
Getting frustrated.
Making the owl hoot.
Playing with his two owls.

As a wrap up to our owl week I made some owl cookies. I used ideas from here and here to make them.

Owl cookies.
Must pluck eyeballs first (he LOVES m&m's).

We had a fun week. To see what others are doing visit 1+1+1=1.

5 Replies to “Tot School Owls”

  1. I love your owl cookies. I will have to try them with my older kids sometime (and little one, but the big kids would think they ere very cool.)

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