Spring is the perfect time to celebrate Birds with preschoolers. This activity pack is aligned with my Birds. Nest and Birdhouses weekly Theme. Inside you will find tons of hands on printable activities that work on a variety of science, math, fine motor, and literacy skills.
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This Birds Activity Pack is 71-pages long and contains the following Activities:
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Bird Shape Clip Cards
Birds come in all colors, sizes, and shapes...okay maybe not hexagons and squares but these cards are still a fun way to practice shape recognition and develop fine motor skills!
Birdhouse Uppercase/Lowercase Letter Matching
Practice letter recognition and phonemes with this fun activity. This activity includes 2 sets of birds: lowercase letters, uppercase letters, and images. Practice matching lowercase-to-lowercase, uppercase-to-lowercase, or the images to the beginning sound.
Birdhouse Color Matching Puzzles
Practice color matching by matching up each bird to the same color bird house.
Follow the line from left to right to work on pre-writing skills!
Count and Clip Cards
Count up the bird related objects on each card and clip the total at the bottom for fun math practice.
Bird Themed Puzzles 1-10 & 11-20
Number puzzles are a fun way to work on recognizing numbers and ordering. Put the numbers in order to reveal the picture in the puzzle.
Bird Nest Counting Mats 1-10
Add your own fun manipulatives like mini eggs to these counting mats to practice counting with one-to-one correspondence.
Bird Nest Counting Mats with Frames & Counters
Teaching young children how to use ten frames will give them a strong foundation for learning more complex early math skills.
Nest Counting Mat
Children learning to recognize numbers and count up to 20 can benefit from this counting mat.
For your convenience I have included printable eggs to use for counting.
Egg Sorting Activity
Practice sorting by size and ordering with these eggs of different sizes.
Eagle Life Cycle
Learn about the life cycle of an eagle! Laminate the pieces for repeat use or use as a cut and paste activity.
Can I Fly? Sorting
Preschoolers have begun to be able to classify animals. Simple classifications such as fish, birds, and bugs are just the beginning! This activity supports preschoolers as they begin to understand that there are many different types of birds, including flightless birds (beyond just penguins!).
Egg Matching Activity
This fun activity supports preschoolers as they learn that eggs from different bird species can look very different from one another! Learning to notice these differences helps children to learn to organize information and gain an understanding of the vast diversity present in nature.
Labeling the Parts of a Bird
Learn the names of the parts of a bird! Label them with this activity then hang in your space as reference.
Build a Nest Sequencing
Sequencing is an important component for children learning to read. Along with many other skills, sequencing helps children to understand the plot of a story and recognize patterns.
Birdhouse Color Matching Mat
This color matching mat includes the written color word for children that will soon be learning to recognize color sight words.
Bird Word Wall Cards
Use the word wall cards in a variety of literacy activities including story telling.
Play a fun game of bingo to learn about different types of birds. Draw a bird card, announce the bird species, then children mark their mat with a marker of choice.
Feed the Bird Flip and Count
This counting game is a fun way for children to learn to recognize numbers and count with one-to-one correspondence. The number on the card is represented in numeral form as well as with a ten frame.
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