Our next week in the Tot School A to Z series brings us to O is for owl!
We’ve gathered seven days of play and learning activities to do the planning for you and get you started. The play activities are more child directed and the learning activities require more supervision and might be best for older kids.
(Scroll down to bottom to download printable weekly theme planner!)
These activities will cover a range of developmental skills including motor, cognitive, language, social, emotional and creative.
Play Activities for Owl Theme
Sunday: Owl Babies Tuff Spot| Adventures of Adam
Monday: Sponge Painted Owl Craft with Template| Buggy and Buddy
Tuesday: Mix and Match Owls Felt Board Play| And Next Comes L
Wednesday: Who’s Who Owl Guessing Game and Puppets| Buggy and Buddy
Thursday: Paper Plate Owl Craft| Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
Friday: Awesome Owl Leaf Collage| Crafty Kids at Home
Saturday: Letter of the Week – O is for Owls | No Time for Flash Cards
Learning Activities for Owl Theme
Sunday: Look Whoo’s Counting Paper Tube Owls| Kitchen Floor Crafts
Monday: Bark Owl Craft| Fireflies and Mudpies
Tuesday: 5 Little Owls| Childcare Land
Wednesday: Pine Cone Snowy Owl Craft| Red Ted Art
Thursday: Shape Owl Craft| There’s Just One Mommy
Friday: Owl Opposites Flashcards | 1+1+1=1
Saturday: Owl Finger Puppets and Finger Play | Playing with Words 365
Extra Activities for Owl Theme
Owl Theme Lunch| Saving Dollars and Sense
Cupcake Owl Craft | Kids Activities Blog
Colorful Paper Plate Owls | Arty Crafty Kids
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Amy is a former teacher turned stay-at-home mom and writer. She loves sharing what she knows about family, play and early learning. When she’s not at her computer you can find her spending family time, organizing or decorating her home, reading a good self-help book or pretending she knows how to cook but she usually leaves that to her awesome husband!