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I have just completed a mini tour of the Owl Project. As a colleague of Cindy Carr, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, I have had the privilegeof sharing in the excitement of paricipating in this project. The grade two children were constantly abuzz with details and facts pertaining to owls. To view the finished product was an experience for which I was unprepared. Truly a watershed moment!! EXCELLENT!!!! Congratulations to all the educators who took advantage of this wonderful opportunity to advance learning by being both teacher and learner for their colleagues and students. And congratulations to you, Mrs. Silverman, for your vision and determination in weaving all thestrands together to produce an exemplary educational initiative.
What a wonderful site! I really enjoyed the stories, poems and
science projects. The owl pictures are very cool. I wish I could have met the Sweet Briar
Owls! Thanks for such a beautiful Web site devoted to such fascinating animals.
After surfing around here I feel even wiser than an owl!
Your site is awesome! I am a first grade teacher in Rhode Island. I have bookmarked
your site so that I will be able to use it with my classes in the future. Thank you so
much for helping my students learn about owls.
Susan, the website and project were an absolute "Hoot!" I loved all the
great information and wonderful artwork. I especially liked the sound effects of the
owl hoots---nearly fell out of my chair with the first
The owl prowl page is awesome. I'm inspired to rush right out and start an owl
My daughter is in Mrs. Marz class at Norwood Elem. We are enjoying your
web site. Lauren likes the word search activities and your music. Keep up the good work!!
Susan, I thoroughly enjoyed visiting this site! I will be using your project in
the future as my students go through our woodlands theme. We are located in western
Iowa, where many types of owls live, so this