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  • Independent - you enjoy working on tasks by yourself and don't always need others to help you.

  • Creative Problem Solver - You can come up with unique solutions to problems that others might not see.

  • Careful Decision-Maker - you take your time when making decisions and like to weigh the pros and cons.

9% of kiddos are Owls

Welcome to the systematic and analytical world of the Owl!

You are a fair and rational leader! Owls, like yourself, are able to keep their feelings and personal thoughts separate from the facts when looking at a situation. This means that you tend to make decisions based on logic and evidence, not on how you feel. Being objective like this helps you be fair and make rational decisions, which creates a fair and logical environment.



You prefer unstructured environments where you are free to think, tinker, and figure out how things work. 
You tend to be a deep thinker and enjoy being in your inner world of thoughts more so than the company of other kids. You may not talk a lot in class, but you’re always listening and absorbing information, and exploring different ideas before reaching a conclusion.
You like to explore and understand how things function by taking them apart and then putting them back together. You have a keen eye for details and notice things that others might miss. This comes in handy when you're building or fixing things because you pay careful attention to even the smallest parts.





  • Owls like yourself tend to gain energy by being in your head, with your own thoughts, ideas, dreams, and visions.

  • You prefer quiet rather than loud.

  • You tend to talk less and more slowly unless they you're talking about something you're passionate about, in which case you can appear to be more extroverted. 

  • Owl's tend to make decisions based on logic and facts, and value accuracy in order to solve problems. 

  • When you look for answers and explanations, you tend to pay attention to the details and can easily spot any mistakes or differences.

  • You tend to analyze people and situations as a means of improving.

  • You tend to prefer spontaneity and a loosely held schedule because the unplanned and unexpected brings an abundance of joy and excitement. 

  • Owls enjoy having the ability to work, play, and have fun all at the same time. 

  • You tend to be pressure-prompted and will get your best ideas and work done at the last minute

A LOOK Inside the Owl's Brain




Did you know you're becoming more self-aware? Self-Awareness is understanding your personality, thoughts, beliefs, motivations and feelings. Below are a few of the ingredients that make up your personality!
You like to keep your surroundings and schedule flexible.
Introversion means that you prefer to focus on things inside your self.
You tend to make decisions based on logic and facts

A LOOK at the Owl's...



  • Attention to Detail: You tend to notice even the tiniest details and focus on them carefully. This helps you do things with great accuracy and precision when you're solving problems, making choices, or being creative.

  • Calm: You're the type of person who stays calm and collected, even in emotionally charged situations. While others might feel overwhelmed by their emotions, you're able to keep a level-head and think clearly and resourcefully. 

  • Reflective: You like to take your time and think deeply about things that happen around you. You reflect on your thoughts, feelings, and actions to understand yourself better. This helps you figure out who you are and how you can grow as a person. Being thoughtful like this helps you make good choices and also understand others better.
  • Expressing Thoughts & Emotions - Since you tend to think a lot in your head, you may find it difficult to tell others what you’re thinking or feeling. You might not talk much, which can make it hard for people to understand you. It would benefit you to practice talking and sharing your ideas with others, so that people can know how you are feeling and can help you.

  • Overthinking - Sometimes it can be hard to make decisions. You might get stuck in your head thinking about all the possible outcomes. It's important to trust yourself and not worry too much about everything.

Learn more about supporting your kid's growth and development 

A strength is a task or action that you can do easily without too much effort.

A stretch is a task or action that requires you to step outside your normal comfort zone, routine, or habits that you must put in more effort than usual to see the results you want.

Hey Parents & Teachers!

Unlike other birds, Owls have special feathers that allow them to fly without making any noise. 

It’s a myth that owls can rotate their heads 360 degrees. These birds can actually turn their necks 135 degrees in either direction, which gives them 270 degrees of total movement. They see everything! 

The eyes of an owl are not actual “eyeballs.” Their tube-shaped eyes are entirely immobile, providing binocular vision which fully focuses on their prey and understands depth perception.

(Real) OWL Facts!

For your parents to watch & learn about YOU!

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