O is for Owl and Octopus….

Whoo, whooo!! This week we learned all about the letter O and my absolute favorite…Owls!!  We read books, sang songs and made a fun craft to go along with these wise, woodland birds.

O is for Owl

Story Time

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We read “10 Hooting Owls” by Simon Williams and “The Littlest Owl” by Caroline Pitcher.

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Sing with Me

Little Owl

Tune:  “This Old Man”

Little Owl, in the tree,
He is winking down at me.
With a wink, wink, wink, wink,
All through the night,
Little Owl is quite a site!

Little Owl, in the tree,
He is hooting down at me.
With a hoot, hoot, hoot, hoot,
All through the night,
Little Owl is quite a site!

Arts and Crafts

paper plate owl craft

We painted paper plates brown and used cup cake liners for eyes to create our owls.  This craft was super easy and fun for the kids to make.

paper plate owl craft

paper plate owl craft

paper plate owl craft

O is for Octopus

Story Time

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We read “How to Hide an Octopus” by Ruth Hellers.

Sing with Me

Ozzie Octopus

(To the tune of: “Down in the Valley”)

Ozzie the Octopus just loves letter O!

Ozzie the octopus loves opera, you know.

He plays opera. He plays it outside.

His opera music keeps him occupied.

Arts and Crafts

hand print octopus

We used our hands to create an under ocean hand print octopus!

hand print octopus

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