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by Martin Waddell
Baby owls become worried when their mommy owl goes to look for some food. They sit around trying to reassure each other until their mother returns.
3 toilet paper rolls
yellow and brown or black construction paper
2-6 google eyes, depending on how many owls you make
1. Prepare your work area and supplies. We like to paint on our Tot Trays. You will need to cut out a beak and a set of wings.
2. Give your Tot paint, a paint brush, and a toilet paper roll. Have them paint the toilet paper roll brown and all it to completely dry.
3. Fold the top left and right side of the toilet paper roll toward each other.
Until it looks like this, with stiff peaks for the owl’s ears.
4. Now give your owl some personality. Slather a glob of glue onto the owl and help your child place the eyes, beak, and wings in the appropriate places on your owl.
5. If you have old children, have them make the two other owls, as your Toddler might get worn out making the craft. Encourage everyone to reenact the story.
To do this, I drew a tree on a manila folder and my eldest son colored it in.
This became an enchanted place where Sarah, Percy, and Bill came alive!
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