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    • Caroline Mobley

      First Week of School/ Open House

    • mika

      Who Am I ? So cute, especially for a "Look who's in our classroom" owl themed bulletin board

    • Sheri Pitts

      Whooo Am I? Owl Craft This is going to be a first week "get to know you" activity. Love it! So cute and goes right along with my classroom theme!

    • Jennifer Kehoe Whyte

      Whooo Am I? Great for open house or the first weeks of school. Getting more and more ideas for when I have an owl classroom!!!

    • Martha Thomas

      Whooo Am I? Great for open house or the first weeks of school - love for my owl theme next year!

    • Lauren G. Rogers

      Whooo Am I? Owl Craft from Lakeshore Learning: This cute fall craft is also a clever get-to-know-you activity!

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