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Why do owls say "hoo"?
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Why do owls make sounds?

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Overview
Grade K-5
Topic Current Events And Trending Topics
Focus Sound & Animal Communication
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In this mini-lesson, students learn that different species of owls make different sounds. In the activity, Sound Detective, students go on a "sound adventure" and use their ears to solve a mystery.

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Overview
Grade K-5
Topic Current Events And Trending Topics
Focus Sound & Animal Communication
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