Peek Inside "The Owl Box"
With Halloween just around the corner, it feels like the perfect time to dive into some owl-themed exploration! Your little explorer will love the engaging, hands-on learning activities in the Wonderkin Owl Box.
Here’s what you’ll find inside…
White Owl, Barn Owl by Nicola Davies
A lovely story about a girl and her grandfather’s nightly search for a barn owl. Like other books in the Read and Wonder series, the story is accompanied by snippets of interesting informational text on each page.
Don’t miss our Q&A with the book’s author, British zoologist Nicola Davies.
Owl Pellet Dissection Kit
When owls hunt prey, they tend to swallow their meal hole. They digest the edible parts, and then regurgitate the rest - including bones, fur, and feathers - as a pellet.
These fascinating pellets give you the opportunity to become a nature detective. By dissecting an owl pellet, you can gather clues to help you figure out the owl’s most recent meal.
Owl Eye Viewer
Humans and most animals have eyes that are round like balls. That means we can look up, down, left, and right without having to move our head at all. Owls, on the other hand, have eyes shaped like tubes. As a result, they can't move their eyes, and have to move their entire head instead.
By assembling this “Owl Eye Viewer” you can experience first hand what an owl’s field of vision would feel like.
Food Chain Stacker
All living things depend on each other to survive. A food chain shows who eats what (or whom!) in a particular ecosystem.
Color and assemble this simple food chain stacker for a hands-on, visual representation of a food chain.
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