Owl Babies Teaching Resources
Use these teaching resources as activities to support learning through the favourite story of Owl Babies by Martin Waddell.
'Teacher Time' basket. Use this during guided reading and teacher groups. It has comprehension cards, character elements, fiction and non-fiction feature cards, post its, bloom's buttons, reading strategy cards...EVERYTHING!!
Letter Roll and Stamp
We wanted to continue to encourage children to practise identifying upper and lowercase letters. We placed letter dice, stampers, and letter cards out. The children were encouraged to roll the dice, identify the letters, and stamp the corresponding letters on the paper. We also went on a scavenger hunt and cut and pasted matching letters from magazines in order to explore how letters can be written using different fonts.
Some Kind of One-derful
Our 'lines' reference chart. The kids chose what to name each line. Now, when we are doing art I can say, "use a RollerCoaster line" etc. ...
We're Going on a Word Hunt Sight Word Activity - Walking by the Way
Simon loves to look for things; it’s fun for him. I like to capitalize on fun, so I created a few word hunts to help him learn some sight words (and to aid in practicing tally marks). Here’s what I did for this activity: 1. I wrote all the words on sticky notes and stuck …