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Cute
Fuzzy
Big eyes
Cool
Gray Fur
Brown eyes
Sharp

Durako
Atlanta, Illinois

Posted by Durako  on  02/13  at  06:20 AM

Fuzzy, wide-eyed, cuddly, serious, babies, twins

Posted by Janet  on  02/13  at  10:31 AM

Sweet, petite,downy,intelligent,quick-witted,welcoming

Caroline
MA

Posted by Caroline  on  02/14  at  07:09 AM

Fluffy
Bigeyed
Feathery
Hungry
Scared

Colin
MA

Posted by Colin  on  02/14  at  07:17 AM

These two baby owls have pointy beaks and feathers, they both have big brown eyes, and there feather colors are gray and black, it seems like you can snuggle with them. One is taller than the other, they have really sharp claws and there vision is really good at night. The one on the left looks more scared than the one on the right. I think if you separated them they wouldn’t live on.

Christine
MA

Posted by Christine  on  02/14  at  07:25 AM

Feathery
Big eyed
Soft
Tired
Small
Hungry

Jonathan
Ma

Posted by Jonathan  on  02/14  at  07:26 AM

1: feathery

2: beaky

3: deadly

4: soft

5: sweet

6: adorable

amber
ma

Posted by amber  on  02/14  at  07:27 AM

These two baby owls are very cute because the way their eyes bulge, and their feathers look like a fuzzy blanket for a baby. They both look like cuddly fuzzy stuffed animals that both look alike. I think that because they both are so still and close to each other and if you were to put them in a store it would look like there not real. They both have pointy beaks and one of them is taller than the other. The owl on the right has a very sharp claw also at night they have a good sight and see everything so clear like we would see at daytime. They look like they just spotted their prey and are waiting to go and get it because
they look like there staring at them from way up in a tree. Also the one on the left looks more scared than the one on the right just by taking an good look at it. If you separate them, they would probably be sad.

Jessica
MA

Posted by Jessica  on  02/14  at  07:28 AM

Magnificent
Beautiful
Stunning
Cool
Tiny
Cute birds that you don’t want to harm

Jalen
MA

Posted by jalen  on  02/14  at  08:48 AM

Astonishing plump strong interesting cute fluffy

Lizzy
MA

Posted by Lizzy  on  02/14  at  08:52 AM

Cute
Cuddly
Wide eyed
Ginger color
Furry
Little
cheese

Kay
MA

Posted by Kay  on  02/14  at  08:54 AM

Cute
Adorable
Funny looking
Hopeless
Grayish
Chubby
LOL

Marcos
MA

Posted by Marcos  on  02/14  at  09:04 AM

Soft, cute, fuzzy, cozy, fury, feathery

Bridget
MA

Posted by Bridget  on  02/14  at  09:06 AM

They are both very cute and they look like they just got done eating a pig or something they are sooooooo cute.

Natalee
Auburn IN

Posted by Natalee  on  02/19  at  04:27 PM

The animals are so fuzzy and so cute:):0

Posted by maggie  on  02/20  at  08:19 AM

Today in our class, we made word webs to describe these owls.  We used adjectives and adjectives phrases like tricky, high flying, invisible wings, glassy eyes, and adorable.  We are the Hill Farm Hoot Owls!  What an exciting animal for us to describe!!!
Thank you, Mr. Simon. #welovewritingwednesday

Posted by Mrs. Balisterri's First Grade Class  on  10/22  at  05:40 AM

Adjectives + owls =Writing Wednesday, and we love it!
Our word web webs included these words and phrases:
*golden eyes
*camouflage
*miniature ears (We just learned the word immense from a book we read.  We knew these owls were the opposite of immense so we came up with this antonym!)
Thanks for sharing this picture. Owls have a special place in our heart because we use an owl for our mascot! smile
#welovewritingwednesdays
#hillfarmhootowls
Mrs. Akers’ Class

Posted by Mrs. Aker's First Grade Class  on  10/22  at  09:20 AM
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