Since we live in a rural area, my kids love to watch the birds. We have a sweet mama robin that thinks she owns the top of our electric meter and has for the last two years built her nest there and laid her eggs. This year we had 3 eggs the kids were closely watching and today we looked and there are actually FOUR birds! That’s right, one of them was TWINS!! I shared this rare phenomenon on my Instagram, so you can check it out!
Now my children are even more obsessed with watching for birds and making sure the mama robin is feeding her babies. So, I decided we needed to use this to our full advantage and learn more about birds and birdwatching. If you have little ones in your house, they might love to color these pages as an introduction to your bird lessons.
4 Sets of Coloring Pages Include:
- Printed words for Toddlers to just color the pages
- Traceable letters for early writers to practice and color
- Manuscript names to trace
- Cursive names to trace
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Here are some books you might like to read as you work through this pack.
Birdwatching for Kids: Bite-sized learning & Backyard Projects by George H. Harrison
National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North America by Jonathan Alderfer
Beginning Bird Watchers Book with 48 Stickers by Sy Barlowe
Backyard Birding for Kids by Fran Lee
Bird Watching Record: Bird Watching Log by Journals for All
The Burgess Bird Book for Children by Thornton W. Burgess
The Young Birder’s Guide to Birds of North America by Bill Thompson III
Backyard Bird Watching for Kids by George H. Harrison
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