October 6, 2006, Newsletter Issue #54: One Great Elementary School Project

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If you´ve never experimented in your classroom with owl pellets, you should incorporate it into your curriculum post haste. Dissecting owl pellets makes an awesome elementary science project. Several hours after eating, the indigestible parts of an owl's prey gets regurgitated into a neat package called a pellet. Upon opening up a pellet, your students will be amazed at the number of bones, feathers, and other discernable objects they can find – often from several different animal. Buy a Deluxe Classroom Owl Pellet Kit and you'll receive enough pellets for the whole class along with instructions, posters and lots of other goodies.

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