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.
BIRD BOOKS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
Bird books for preschoolers can be a great way to explore the wonders of birds! While introducing young readers to the world of bird watching, these books also provide an opportunity for teaching about habitats, survival skills, and conservation.
Some books feature fun stories, while others showcase interesting photographs or drawings. Whether it be a book about migration, the life cycle of a bird, or simply the experience of backyard bird watching, reading about birds is an exciting way to engage preschoolers in learning about nature.
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.
The bird science activities for preschoolers listed above are just a few of many possibilities. Other ideas include bird watching through binoculars, counting bird eggs in a nest, or making bird crafts with feathers and twigs.
Transitioning from indoor to outdoor spaces helps preschoolers observe and appreciate the environment in engaging ways.
Bird science activities are great for introducing preschoolers to bird behavior, habitat, food chains, flight, adaptations, and conservation.
Through bird science activities, preschoolers can develop observation skills while learning about the wonders of bird life.