Wisdom Curriculum Connection – Science
Making wise decisions requires acquiring information on which to base choices. Use the Wise Ol’ Owl to teach the gathering of information.
Did you know…
-that the positions of an owl’s ears (one high, one low) lets it hear everything in three dimensions – up/down, left/right, and near/far?
-that the eyes of an owl gather enough light to function well when no one else can see?
-that owls hunt alone since they can fly silently and the noise of another bird could spoil their flight?
-owls don’t chew their food but swallow it whole so they must make wise choices on what to put in their mouths?
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