Owls and thier Big Eyes and Cool Necks

Unit 3: Nocturnal Animals
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: Students learn about owls and how their big eyes help them by experimenting with tubes and not being able to move their own eyes to look around.

Big Idea: Student learn about different types of owls and how their eyes help them to see at night.

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Subject(s):
Science, Science Skills, simulation, Nocturnal, echolocation, animal
  40 minutes
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