Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast Kids Bird Feeder Project

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With the release of Disney’s Tinker Bell and the Neverland Beast coming March 3rd, would you like to have some science fun? I know that the Disney Fairy adventures all always fun for our family, but you can also have some science fun with a really neat kid’s craft. This adventure seems to focus a lot on a special animal, so why not have some craft fun of your own and make a really cool kids science craft by creating your very own Bird Feeding Station using Tinker Bell and Fawn’s fun instructions! Then, you can maybe even more science fun by watching the birds around you come to feed. 

Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast Bird Feeder

To go along with the release of this new Disney Fairy DVD, Disney has released some family fun. One of the fun things they are providing is a fun science craft project called Tink & Fawn’s Bird Feeder. This fun craft is not only easy to make, but also is a fun hands-on science project that can help you take care of the birds around you looking for food, especially in this extended winter. The step-by-step instructions are nicely laid out and easy for children of all ages to follow, but also perfect for allowing your child to make their own however they want. 

Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast Bird Feeder 1

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Tinker Bell And The Legend Of The Neverbeast Bird Feeder Project

Tinker Bell And The Legend Of The Neverbeast

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What type of birds did your bird feeder attract?

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Jill runs "24 Paw Ranch" which is home to her husband, her two children, and their six dogs and of course herself. She spends her days actively homeschooling, baking in her kitchen, consuming loads of coffee, creating printables, watching Disney movies, crafting her way through the day, and occasionally getting more than 6 hours of sleep.