Book for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
The Barn Owls by Tony Johnston
Reading Center for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
Fill your preschool reading center not only with books about owls, but also with books about other woodland birds and animals.
Snacks for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
Let your preschool students form pretzel dough into a letter O. Bake and serve!
Concepts for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
Letter: Oo for owl
Number: 3 for the 3 letters in the word owl
Fine Motor Activity for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
Click here for an owl maze. If you need a maze without a Halloween background, click here.
Gross Motor Activity for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
Mouse, Mouse, Owl!: Lead your preschool students in a game of Duck, Duck, Goose, but change the words to Mouse, Mouse, Owl!
Art Center Activities for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
This link will take you to a selection of several owl coloring pages. Let your preschool students color the pictures with crayons or paint them with watercolors. Cut the owls out and add them to a leafy background on your classroom bulletin board.
Songs/Finger Plays for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
(sing to the tune of Ten Little Indians)
One little, two little,
Three little owls.
Four little, five little,
Six little owls.
Seven little, eight little,
Nine little owls.
Ten little owls saying, “Hooooo!”
Pre-math Center Activity for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
Set out the letters o-w-l that you have previously cut from felt or laminated construction paper. Put out an example of the word owl for your students to use as a guide. Have them set out the letters, properly spelling the word owl. Instruct your preschool students to count the number of letters in the word owl. Now have your preschool students count out 3 owl shapes to set beneath the 3 lettered word.
Pre-writing Center Activities for Preschool Lesson Plan: Owls
For younger students, provide sheets of paper with the letters O and o lightly printed on them. Have the children trace the letters. Do the same with the number 3.
For older students, provide an example of the letters O and o and the number 3. Have the students practice writing the letters and number freehand.
Write the word owl on your preschool classroom’s white erase board. Let your students copy the word owl on the white board with brown dry erase markers.