Snowy Owls

By | January 24, 2014

blog_owlThe children have been learning about owls and in the spirit of Reggio, we wanted to make a snowy owl art using variety of materials and giving children an opportunity to experiment and explore.

We presented children with black paper and white paint along with bubble wrap, sponges, fake snow, coffee filters, feathers, tissue paper, makeup remover pads, and glitter

Children used white paint and sponges to tap on the paper for the snow effect.

They decided that bubble wrap would work great to make the body of the owl.

Tissue and pads were used for the eyes and coffee filters and feathers made great wings.

Final touches were added using fake snow, glitter, and sticks.

The children are very proud of their snowy owl creations.