What is a raptor and are owls one? What do owls eat? How many varieties of owls exist? Learn the answer to these questions and more in this free owl lapbook.
This great STEM activity contains twelve different booklets with one hands-on activity.
Here are the resources used in the Owl Lapbook:
These are the resources used to create this lapbook. If you can’t find these exact books, you can use books available to you on the same subjects.
Owl Lapbook Activities:
- Raptors – Define raptors in the mini book.
- Sizes – Answer the questions about the different sizes of owls in the flap book.
- Owl Varieties – Use the booklet to put pictures of the different varieties of owls.
- Facts About Owls – In the fan fold, answer the questions about owls.
- Hunting their Prey – Use the layered book, write about how owls hunt their prey.
- Face Types – Use the shutter fold to discuss the different types of owls.
- Owl Communication – List some of the sounds owls make in the fan.
- Owl Pellet – Dissect an owl pellet and record your findings in the shutter book with extra flap.
- Nesting – Write about the places owls like to nest in the mini book.
- Breeding – Discuss the breeding habits of owls in the egg shape book.
- Owlets – In the matchbook, write about the life of owlets.
- Endangered Owls – Write about the causes of the decrease in population of owls in the cross fold.
Download the free printable templates for the lapbook.
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