Teacher Jen reads Little Owls 1•2•3 on the YouTube Playlist
Night Animals for Kids (nonfiction)
All About Owls for Kids (Advanced vocabulary, but short and very informative nonfiction)
Night Animals (fiction)
Owl Babies Animation
Little Owl's Night (Fiction)
A Kissing Hand for Chester Raccoon (fiction)
Meet the Animals 12: Raccoons
Chester Raccoon and the ALMOST perfect sleepover
Nocturnal Animals Song
Nocturnal, Diurnal, Which One Are You?
Owl Sing-a-long by Raffi
Owl craft: You can click on this link for step by step instructions on how to make this cute torn paper owl craft. There is a nice owl outline in the printable section that you can use. Just draw on eyes if you don't have googly eyes. http://www.vancouverislandview.com/torn-paper-owl-craft/
Raccoon craft: You can click on this link for step by step instructions to make this cute raccoon out of shapes. https://ourkidthings.com/simple-shape-raccoon-craft/
Playdough: Incorporate some natural elements into your playdough such as rocks, sticks, and feathers.
If your child is awake when it is dark outside, you could go outside on a Nocturnal Hunt. Take a flashlight and a jacket. What do you see and hear at night? Did you see any nocturnal animals or insects? Can you draw and journal about your experience?
Parents can dictate a story that their child makes up about what happens at night and kids can draw a picture to go with it.
Nocturnal Animals Book
How many owls Coloring Page - Twisty Noodle.pdf
Trace and color the owl Coloring Page - Twisty Noodle.pdf
Nocturnal Animals Coloring Page - Twisty Noodle.pdf
Color by Number