Owl Moon is one of my favorite books to read in January. I discovered Owl Moon at our public library, when my kids were young. I quickly fell in love with it. As I worked on this blog post, Hunter walked by & I asked if he remembered “this” book (pointing to Owl Moon). He grinned & said “yes”! So, I knew I had to share Owl Moon activities for your family.
Owl Moon is about a dad who takes his son “owling” on a winter night. It’s a beautiful story of father and son sharing a special moment.
After re-reading Owl Moon, I was reminded of the trip we took to Lake Coeur D’Alene to watch owls…in the dead of winter.
We left the dock early in the morning & hoped we didn’t freeze. It’s cold on an Idahoan lake in January. Thank goodness there was a cabin that sold hot chocolate.
Although it took awhile, we finally saw owls from our boat. They weren’t as close as the owl in Owl Moon. However, we loved seeing them fly in the wild.
After reading Owl Moon, you’ll enjoy our Owl Moon activities that includes pretzels, Oreos and melted chocolate. What more could you ask for?
We made these with my kids, nephew & nieces. Even though they are older, they had fun making their own creation. Don’t worry if they aren’t perfect. You’ll see some creative owl pretzels below!
Too often, you only see the perfect craft or family winter activities online. When your kids make this Owl Moon activity, it probably won’t look perfect. But, that’s OK. They’ll have fun and making a terrific family memory.
For a limited time, you can get our Oreo Moon Phases of the Moon Guide ($10) for free. Simply, enter your name & email below. We’ll send it to you immediately.
It includes several youtube videos to teach & remember the moon phases, as well as questions to discuss with your kids. We also have a 1 paragraph writing assignment in this guide. Simply enter your first name & primary email below and we will send it to you … for FREE!
Thanks for the Oreo fun with moon phases pdf. We used it yesterday after buying a box of the cookies for some extra fun learning about the moon landing and the moon phases. The kids really enjoyed the videos on your blog as well. Thanks so much for making those resources available. ~Sabrina K.
You might also enjoy our backyard birds activities for wintertime.
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