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...

Birds of all types are unique and the molting Goldfinch completely molts each year. Would you like to learn about Goldfinches 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....

Birds of all types are unique and the sounds that a small bird makes can also be the same as its name, like with the Chickadee. Would you like to learn about Chickadees 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...

Birds of all types are unique and brightly colored red Cardinal is no different. Would you like to learn about Cardinals 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...

Lots of children learn with fun hands-on learning exercises. Sometimes hands-on learners need a little extra push here or there to make learning fun and should be given some variety from time to time. These fun Bird Dough Mats are sure to be a different, yet fun way to bring the outdoors inside to your science lessons. These FREE Bird Dough Mats come ready to use...

Birds of all types are fascinating, and the Bunting is mostly found in Eurasia and Africa and is most like the North American Sparrow. Would you like to learn about Buntings 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...

Ok, I know I am not alone in this boat, but if you have children that are very active or who have better learning experiences using hands-on learning techniques and tools it can most definitely be draining. Why you ask? In the beginning it is SO much fun because there is just a flood of ideas out there which is fantastic, thank you internet! BUT … then after 6 or...

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