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Preschool lesson plan and activities - birds

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Preschool birds lesson plan - birds memory cards games. Print out 2 sets of bright color birds photos, cut into individual cards, then ask your preschoolers to match birds pictures. play these card games with your children will help learn different birds and improve their memory skills.

Birds crafts project
Preschool birds lesson plan - arts and crafts projects for preschoolers to learn birds. Paper craft bird.

  1. Birds facts birds  preschool activities, birds preschool birds  lesson plans,preschool thematic units
    Preschool birds lesson plan - birds facts. All About Birds. Introduce birds facts to kids. Preschool or day care teachers print out colorful birds photos and show to the class. Discuss the following birds facts:
    • What Makes a Bird a Bird? Feathers! Birds are the only creatures with feathers.
    • Birds use Grass and twigs to build their nests. Birds lay eggs in their nests.
    • Most birds are able to fly
    • All birds have feathers and wings
    • There are more than 9,000 different species of birds in the world.
    • Ostriches and penguins are birds that can not fly.
    • The largest living bird is the ostrich.Ostriches live in flocks in dry parts of Africa.Ostriches can be as big as 330 pounds and 8 feet tall.
    • A hummingbird may visit up to 2000 flowers a day
    • A godwit can fly non-stop for 7257 miles across the Pacific Ocean
    • Ostrich eggs are so strong that an adult human can stand on one and it will not break.

  2. Preschool lesson plans - Hatch a Bird birds  preschool activities, birds preschool birds  lesson plans,preschool thematic units
    Print out birds eggs picture, birds nests picture, bird hatching eggs picture, baby birds picture, mother bird feeding baby bird picute and discuss with your preschool students about the following:

    • All birds lay eggs.Usually birds incubate their eggs by supplying heat from their bodies.And birds parents take care of baby ones.
    • Birds use a special "tooth" - an "egg tooth" to crack their egg open.
    • How long does it take for a bird's egg to hatch?
      The incubation time is different among different bird species. It can take small birds 12 days, and some big birds 6 weeks.
      domestic chickens 21; ducks, depending on the size, from 21 to 30; geese, from 30 to 35; and 50 to 60 days for ostriches.
    • What birds eggs take longest to hatch?
      albatross eggs take the longest to hatch. ~80 days.

  3. Birds coloring pages
    Preschool birds lesson plan - coloring pages for your preschoo kids. Free printable preschool birds theme coloring pictures for preschoolers to learn different birds and have coloring fun. birds  preschool activities, birds preschool birds  lesson plans,preschool thematic units

  4. Preschool birds lesson plan - learn to draw birds
    Step by step instructions to show your preschool chldren how to draw birds, hen, chicks. These sheets can also be used as birds coloring pages.

  5. Preschool lesson plans - birds Observatory
    Take the kids out to playground or plan a field trip to local parks to watch real birds. This lesson plan focus on birds, nature,and conservation for identifying birds and for learning more about birds behavior. Observe how birds fly, what do birds eat, and how they rest. birds  preschool activities, birds preschool birds  lesson plans,preschool thematic units

  6. Preschool lesson plans - can they fly?
    Parents and teachers can print out these free birds pictures and let your students identify which birds can fly and which birds do not.
    Explain to your preschoolers why birds can fly:
    • Birds have a lightweight skeleton
    • Birds have strong muscles to control their flight
    • Birds have body parts designed for flying. They have air sacs, light beaks, small lungs, and wings.
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  7. Preschool Games - who are they?
    Look at the black and white birds pictures and let your preschool kids guess who are these birds.

  8. Preschool Games - which one is different?
    Print out birds pictures and let your preschool kids look at the pictures, find the one bird that's different from other birds. birds games preschool activities, birds preschool birds  lesson plans,preschool thematic units

  9. Preschool birds lesson plan - Bird Feathers
    Collect birds feathers from the local park or petting zoo. Show your children the feathers and explain facts of birds feathers.
    • Feathers are unique to birds. Every bird has feathers.
    • Feathers keep birds warm. Feathers also protect birds from UV light.
    • Feathers allow birds for flight.
    • Birds look very different with / without feathers.
    • Birds have many different feathers which do different jobs. Some feathers control how the birds look like, some feathers allow birds to fly.

  10. Preschool lesson plans - birds and human
    Ask your preschoolers whether they like birds, why they like or not like birds. Ask your students to give out 2 examples about what birds can do for human.
    • Birds are an important food source for humans. Birds supply of fresh eggs and fresh meat.
    • Tropical birds are kept as pets.
    • They help pest and weed control. For example, some birds eat bad bugs, owl catches field mouse.

  11. Birds bookmarks
    Preschool birds lesson plan - birds bookmarks . Books are fun birds bookmarks.Colorful bird free bookmarks for your class room books to encourage kids to read books and learn more about birds. birds  preschool activities, birds preschool birds  lesson plans, preschool birds thematic units

  12. Birds books and stories
    Read books to your kids.
    • Little Red Hen
    • Rooster's Off to See the World
    • Are you my Mother?
    • Owl Babies
    • The Eagle and the Beetle by Aesop
      An Eagle was chasing a hare, which was running for dear life and was at her wits' end to know where to turn for help. Presently she spied a Beetle, and begged it to aid her. So when the Eagle came up the Beetle warned her not to touch the hare, which was under its protection. But the Eagle never noticed the Beetle because it was so small, seized the hare and ate her up. The Beetle never forgot this, and used to keep an eye on the Eagle's nest, and whenever the Eagle laid an egg it climbed up and rolled it out of the nest and broke it. At last the Eagle got so worried over the loss of her eggs that she went up to Jupiter, who is the special protector of Eagles, and begged him to give her a safe place to nest in: so he let her lay her eggs in his lap. But the Beetle noticed this and made a ball of dirt the size of an Eagle's egg, and flew up and deposited it in Jupiter's lap. When Jupiter saw the dirt, he stood up to shake it out of his robe, and, forgetting about the eggs, he shook them out too, and they were broken just as before. Ever since then, they say, Eagles never lay their eggs at the season when Beetles are about.

  13. Birds Songs for kids and Birds Nursery Rhymes

    Two Little Black Birds

    Two little black birds
    Sitting on the wall,
    One named Peter,
    The other named Paul.
    Fly away Peter!
    Fly away, Paul!
    Come back, Peter!
    Come back, Paul!

    Feathered Birds
    Original Author Unknown

    Five feathered birds sitting on the door;
    One flew away and then there were four.
    Four feathered birds singing in the tree,
    One flew away and then there were three.
    Three feathered birds looking at you,
    One flew away and then there were two.
    Two feathered birds sitting in the sun,
    One flew away and then there was one.
    One feathered bird looking like a hero,
    He flew away and now there are zero!

    Birds
    If I were a bird, I'd sing a song
    And fly about the whole day long
    And when the night came
    Go to rest, up in my cozy little nest. 

    Five Little Ducks

    5 little ducks went out one day
    Over the hills and far away,
    Mommy (daddy) duck called quack quack quack,
    But only 4 little ducks came back.

    4 little ducks went out one day
    Over the hills and far away,
    Mommy (daddy) duck called quack quack quack,
    But only 3 little ducks came back.

    3 little ducks went out one day
    Over the hills and far away,
    Mommy (daddy) duck called quack quack quack,
    But only 2 little ducks came back.

    2 little ducks went out one day
    Over the hills and far away,
    Mommy (daddy) duck called quack quack quack,
    But only 1 little duck came back.

    1 little duck went out one day
    Over the hills and far away,
    Mommy (daddy) duck called quack quack quack,
    But  no little ducks came wondering  back.

    No little  ducks went out one day
    Over the hills and far away,
    Mommy (daddy) duck called quack quack quack,
    And 5 little ducks came wandering back.

    Owl

    The wise old owl
    Sat on an oak
    The more he saw
    The less he spoke
    The more he spoke
    The less he heard
    Why can't we all
    Be like that wise old bird?

    Bluebird

    Bluebird, bluebird
    Through my window.
    Bluebird, bluebird
    Through my window.
    Bluebird, bluebird
    Through my window
    Oh, Johnny, I'm tired.

    Bird feeder

    The wise old owl
    Here is the bird feeder. Here, seeds and crumbs.
    Sprinkle them on and see what comes.
    One cardinal, one chickadee, one junco, one jay.
    Four of my bird friends are eating today.

    Ostrich

    An ostrich has two long legs
    And can lay many large eggs
    She's the largest of all the birds
    And she can't fly. Isn't that absurd?
    A penguin, when he goes somewhere
    Will walk or swim; here's why:
    Although he has two bird-like wings
    He simply cannot fly!

    The Little Bird

    Once I saw a little bird
    Come hop, hop, hop;
    So I cried, "Little bird,
    Will you stop, stop, stop?"
    And was going to the window
    To say, "How do you do?"
    But he shook his little tail,
    And far away he flew.

    The Black Hen

    Hickety, pickety, my black hen,
    She lays eggs for gentlemen;
    Gentlemen come every day
    To see what my black hen doth lay.

    Boy and the Sparrow


    A little cock-sparrow sat on a green tree,
    And he chirruped, he chirruped, so merry was he;
    A naughty boy came with his wee bow and arrow,
    Determined to shoot this little cock-sparrow.
    "This little cock-sparrow shall make me a stew,
    And his giblets shall make me a little pie, too."
    "Oh, no," says the sparrow "I won't make a stew."
    So he flapped his wings and away he flew.

    The Robin

    The north wind doth blow,
    And we shall have snow,
    And what will poor robin do then,
    Poor thing?
    He'll sit in a barn,
    And keep himself warm,
    And hide his head under his wing,
    Poor thing!




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