Nocturnal animals are fascinating! Find out Who’s Hooting in a nearby field or forest. Your creature of the night calls out from a torn-paper collage.
Study the nocturnal animals in your area. A common North American nocturnal animal is the owl. Choose one kind of owl or other nocturnal animal that fascinates you. Learn as much as you can about it. Adapt these owl directions to make an image of your favorite nocturnal creature.
Owls and other nocturnal animals have very large eyes to make use of the minimal light. They are natural predators. List an owl’s physical characteristics that help it to hunt (talons, strong wings, heavy beaks).
Outline a large owl on construction paper with Crayola® Construction Paper Crayons.
Create your owl’s feathers by tearing feather-shaped pieces of realistic colors of construction paper. With Crayola Glue Sticks, attach the feathers to your owl in layers.
Tear paper, or use Crayola Scissors to cut, a beak and a branch for your owl to sit on. Glue these on your collage.
Use crayons to add details to your nocturnal animal. Display it to show Who’s Hooting in your neighborhood.
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