Birds of all types are unique and some are even more bold, like this week’s bird, the Wren. Would you like to learn about Wrens on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students are most comfortable...

Have you ever seen or heard a bird drilling its beak into a tree? Then you probably have seen or heard a woodpecker. Would you like to learn about Woodpeckers on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students...

Birds of all types are unique and sometimes Warblers blend in so well that you only know they are their from the songs. Would you like to learn about Warblers on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students...

One of the most common birds found around people is the Sparrow. Sparrows can be found all over the world and even have their own Egyptian hieroglyph! Would you like to learn about Sparrows on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using...

Have you ever seen a red crested bird playing on the tree branches outside your window? Would you like to learn about Robins on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students are most comfortable with....

One of the most common birds in the northern hemisphere is the raven. Would you like to learn about Ravens on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students are most comfortable with. Notebooking can add...

Birds are all around us. For those of use that live in cities you can always see lots of grey birds flying about. These are usually pigeons. Would you like to learn about Pigeons on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever...

Birds of all types have unique traits that make them special. The Mocking bird gets its name from its ability to mimic the sounds of other birds. Would you like to learn about Mockingbirds on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using...

Would you like to learn about the Meadowlark, the worlds largest species of grassland birds? Would you like to learn more about Meadowlarks on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students are most comfortable...

The Magpie is a very uniquely colored black and white bird. Would you like to learn about Magpies on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students are most comfortable with. Notebooking can add simple...

One of the most unique bird species is the Hummingbird. It hibernates, is fast, and can actually hover. Would you like to learn about Hummingbirds on your learning adventure? Since all children learn in different ways using different techniques, I have found that notebooking is one way to freely learn about a subject using whatever style you and your students are...

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