Story Time

Submitted by: Samantha Warhol, Northwest
• Toddler • Pre-school
Owl Babies by:Martin Waddell
Three owl babies whose mother has gone out in the night try to stay calm while she is gone..
Look Whooo's Counting by:Suse MacDonald
The reader is asked to find numbers that are transformed into animal shapes and hidden in the illustrations..
The Littlest Owl by:Caroline Pitcher
Four, the youngest and smallest owlet of his brood, has a positive attitude that gets him through most challenges of life in a nest, but it may not be enough when a storm threatens his treetop home before he has learned to fly..
Good Night, Owl! by:Pat Hutchins
Because all the other animals' noises keep him from sleeping, Owl watches for a chance to take his revenge..
This Little Owl
This little owl slept all day
This little owl flew away
This little owl made not a sound
This little owl is nice and round
This little owl could only say,"Whooo whooo whooo, have a nice day!"
Owl Owl
Owl, owl, turn your head.
Owl, owl, blink your eyes.
Owl, owl, flap your wings.
Owl, owl, flex your claws.
Owl, owl, hoot your hoot.
Little Owl
Tune: This Old Man

Little Owl, in the tree
He is flying down to me
With a flap, flap, flap, flap
All through the night
Little Owl is quite a site.

Little Owl, in the tree,
He is hooting down at me,
With a hoot, hoot, hoot, hoot,
All through the night,
Little Owl is quite a site.
Owls Call
Tune: Brother John

Late at night, Late at Night
Who, Whoo, Whoooo
I can hear the owls call
Way up in the trees so tall
Who, Whoo, Whoooo
Flying Owl

Use a coloring sheet of an owl body and have the children color and cut it out. Tape it to a craft stick. Then trace and cut out the child's handprints and tape or staple them onto the owl body as wings. The wings can be colored or add feathers.