Trace the owl’s feathers and work on fine motor skills with these cute tracing worksheets.
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Today I’m sharing some adorable owl tracing worksheets. You can add these to your owl theme lesson plans, or pull them out after reading an owl story.
Preschool Owl Worksheets
There are 12 different owl pages in this free printable set. You can copy them as worksheets, or even as cutting practice sheets. I like them best, though, as a dry erase marker activity.
You can grab the free download right here. Then, they’re really simple to use:
- Print the file on brightly colored paper. You might like to use a variety of colors.
- Then, either laminate them or slip them into dry erase pockets (ad).
- Your students can trace the lines with a dry erase marker, then erase and repeat.
I’ll be coming back and adding some books about owls for you here. Meanwhile, here are some I like over on Amazon: