Create a bird investigation table by gathering items related to birds for your child to study. The idea of an investigation table is for your children, to catch their interest and spark some wondering. Nurture Store
Make a human sized bird nest using recycled materials with your kids the next time you have a couple of hours free. It will give those little busy fingers something to do and it will encourage some good old fashioned pretend play. Mother Natured
Birds start to build nests in spring and your urban feathered friends might appreciate a little help finding good nesting material. Your child can help create a backyard bird nesting ball and watch to see what materials your birds love! What Do We Do All Day?
Learn all about birds and their nests with this bird nest match up with free printable. You can use it as a work tray activity or as a game after learning about the various nest types. Every Star is Different
You can create your own bird nests at home with supplies you collect during your next nature walk. Then you can use the nature walk nest building recording sheet to fill in your discoveries. A Dab of Glue Will Do
Do the birds in your neighborhood have the perfect nest? Learn all about how birds create their own perfect nest by exploring nests in your neighborhood. MeganZeni
BIRD BOOKS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of bird books for preschool. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Hello, World! Birds– This book teaches toddlers and preschoolers all about our feathered friends—with colors, shapes, sizes, and super-simple facts.
National Geographic Kids: Birds – In this engaging board book, young readers will meet birds of all colors, shapes, and sizes. Look and Learn books introduce the subject on one spread and then show it in real-life context on the next, using simple, age-appropriate language paired with colorful photos.
The perfect addition to our Spring time Learning Table, these Counting Eggs add a pop of color as well as a little something to find, count, sort, and explore imaginative thinking with.
These beautiful made wooden Birds Memory Game for children to learn about the world around them and make connections with the things they see in their daily life. And chances are, they’ve seen a bird flying overhead! A bird theme is also great as it encourages you to step outside and right into nature.
This post may contain affiliate links. Check out this selection of New Years preschool crafts that are sure to engage your little ones during the holiday festivities. Whether you’re hosting a preschool New Year’s party or you’re looking for a quiet activity to do with your little ones, you’ll find some inspiration for the kids…
This post may contain affiliate links. Super Bowl Sunday is around the corner! Show up at your Super Bowl party with a Rice Krispie Treat Football Field snack that’s easy enough for kids to make. Kids love Rice Krispie treats. They’re easy to make and super yummy to eat. They’ll love helping you make these football…
This post may contain affiliate links. Paper plate crafts are always a hit with preschool teachers and moms. These paper plate farm animals will make a great addition to your farm unit plan. On the list below, you’ll find a wide range of farm animal crafts all made with paper plates. Search through the list…
This post may contain affiliate links. Your little ones will love this fun construction site sensory bin! It’s super easy to set up, and it is sure to inspire hours of imaginative play. My boys loved playing with cars and trucks when they were little. Now, my two-year-old grandson loves them. I can’t wait to…
This post may contain affiliate links. If your kids want to catch a leprechaun this St. Patrick’s Day, they’ll need to build a leprechaun trap. Homemade leprechaun traps can be built with basic household items, and they can often be entirely kid-made. I shared a homemade leprechaun trap earlier this week. If your kids want…
This post may contain affiliate links. For your preschool strawberry theme create a strawberry math sensory bin. Work on number recognition, counting, and one-to-one correspondence. While this project requires quite a bit of prep work (sewing the strawberries), it will be worth it when you see your kids engaged in a fun math activity that…
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