Owl-phabet Tree Rug

$ 139.95

Owl-phabet Tree Rug

$ 139.95
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Enjoy Comfort and Style with the Perfect Classroom Rug

Give a hoot to learning with the Owl-phabet Tree Classroom Rug. The leaves each have their own letter of the alphabet in nature s colors. This popular commercial quality area rug is used in school, daycares and places where children gather.

Sizes:, 4' x 6' , 6' x 9' , 8' x 12' , 8'4 x 13'4 

It s like a magnet for little learners. Floortime just became much more fun! Children will love singing their ABC s via the learning tree and friendly owl. Teachers can also use as a seating rug on the bigger sizes.

Great for seating or developing gross motor skills where children can hop around letter to letter. This commercial quality rug is perfect for animal-loving children who are learning their A to Z s. 🦉

  • Anti Static and Carpet Stain Protection*
  • Meets NFPA 253, Class 1 Firecode
  • Double-stitched serged edges
  • Assists in allergen particle control
  • Meets the CRI s Green Label Plus certification

*Features True Stain Blocker Technology - Makes clean up a cinch using only hot water extraction with no harsh chemicals necessary. Tested to ensure carpets provide safe area for children to learn and play while supporting your efforts to provide a clean and healthy environment.

Item 20728 Made by Carpets for Kids

About Owls:

Owls are fascinating birds that have captured human interest for centuries, often featured in myths and folklore. These nocturnal creatures are known for their distinctive hoots and are found in various habitats around the world, from dense forests to urban areas. Let’s explore the intriguing world of owls at a level that an eighth grader would find interesting and informative.

Firstly, owls are renowned for their exceptional hunting skills. They are birds of prey, which means they hunt other animals for food. Their diet mainly consists of insects, small mammals like mice and voles, and other birds. What makes owls expert hunters? It’s their incredible senses. Owls have large eyes that are fixed in their sockets, so they have to turn their whole head to look around – they can rotate their heads up to 270 degrees! Their eyes are adapted to see well in low light, making them effective hunters during the night.

Another superpower of owls is their hearing. Some species of owls have asymmetrical ears – one ear is higher than the other. This unique feature helps them pinpoint the exact location of their prey, even under snow or leaves. When an owl hears a sound, it can accurately gauge where the sound is coming from and how far away it is, which is crucial when hunting in complete darkness.

Owls also have a special adaptation in their feathers that allows them to fly silently. Unlike other birds, the edges of owl feathers are serrated, breaking up the air flow and reducing noise. This silent flight makes them deadly hunters, as their prey doesn’t hear them coming.

There are over 200 different species of owls, and they vary greatly in size and appearance. The smallest owl is the elf owl, which is about the size of a sparrow, while the largest, the Eurasian eagle-owl, can have a wingspan of up to 6 feet. Despite their differences in size, most owls share common physical traits, such as a flat face with a short, hooked beak, and large, forward-facing eyes that give them a unique, wise appearance.

Owls play a significant role in the ecosystem. As predators, they help control the populations of rodents and insects, which can be pests to crops and spread diseases. Therefore, owls are beneficial to farmers and to maintaining a balanced ecosystem.

Regarding their social behavior, most owls are solitary and territorial. They usually only come together to mate. After mating, the female lays eggs and both parents help in incubating them. Once the owlets (baby owls) hatch, parents work hard to feed them until they are ready to leave the nest.

Owls communicate using a variety of sounds, not just hooting. They can screech, whistle, bark, and even hiss. These sounds are used to claim territory, signal distress, communicate with their mates, or warn off predators.

In many cultures, owls are seen as symbols of wisdom. This association likely comes from their wise-looking appearance and the fact that they are nocturnal, a time often linked with knowledge and mystery. However, in some cultures, owls are seen as bad omens.


    Delivery 3 - 7 Business Days

    • This rug ships factory direct from Georgia.
    • Ground delivery is 3 - 7 Business Days
    • We will email you the tracking number when your order ships.