I’ve been thinking about birds lately. I’ve got my bird feeder filled with seeds, ready for the winter birds. And I’m looking forward to the Great Backyard Bird Count next year. I almost never see owls, but I know that they are around.
These notebooking pages are designed to be done alongside an owl pellet dissection. We did that science activity so many years ago, but I’d like to do it again. This time we can use the lab sheet I created and shown below.
This printable record sheet will work best alongside other reference guides such as
- Owl Pellet Bone Chart PDF
- Owl Pellet Dissection Lab –diagrams of skeletons of six different animals eaten by owls.
Other Great Owl Helps
- The Crafty Classroom’s Owl Study has printables suitable for younger children.
- Kid Wings shares teaching materials about owls
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