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Build-a-Bird - Owl Report Writing Template

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    Years:  1 - 4

Research, write and create an owl report with a cut-and-assemble owl shaped writing template.

🦉Whooooo’s Ready for an Owl Craft and Writing Template?

Our Build-a-Bird (Owl) Report Writing Template is a fun and exciting template easily aligned to information writing. It would be great for a Halloween writing activity or informational writing project.

Owls are wise and this owl-themed report writing template is a fun and exciting way for students to show their learning about owls. The template consists of the components to assemble an owl craft, along with lined pages on which to display the final drafts of their owl research project. You’re students imaginations are the limit when it comes to creating their owl!

Our Build a Bird (owl) Template can be used in your

🎃Halloween lesson plans

✍️English groups

📑 Information Writing

🦇October writing lesson plans

✂️ Give Them the (Safety) Scissors 

This template makes for a bonus cutting skills activity, depending on your students’ ages and abilities. 

With adult supervision, cutting skills help students work multiple muscle groups and their brains, plus:

  • strengthen finger and hand muscles
  • build dexterity and fine motor skills
  • improve hand-eye coordination
  • develop focus and attention. 

These skills are necessary to use a pencil and a fork; button a shirt and tie shoes; write, type and swipe.

Scissor skills are brain and muscle skills! 

Download & Print — It’s Child’s Play! 

The Build-a-Bird (Owl) Template is a breeze to download and use in your classroom! Click the download button to download the PDF resource file. Make your copies and you are ready to dive into writing and creating a fantastic owl classroom display with your students’ creations! 

Note: You may want to make extra copies of the lined paper pieces, just in case your writers need additional room to write.

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