Robins are cute, little songbirds in the United States. Snacking on worms, insects, berries, fruit, nuts and seeds, the male birds are brightly colored while the females are plainer. Learn more with these free resources for learning about robins and birds.
Backyard birds are so fun to learn about, providing lots of fun learning activities to add to your homeschool studies. Bird watching, feeding and more are great activities for children to learn about these lovely creatures in the environment that they live in.
Preschoolers and toddlers will love these Robin Counting Mats! Learning about robins will be fun with this hands-on activity that can be used multiple times.
A fun way to learn about the life cycle of a robin is with these fun Robin Life Cycle Playdough Mats. Children will also be having fun while working on their fine motor skills as they mould the playdough into the correct shapes that relate to the different parts of the life cycle. If you are looking for some fun playdough recipes, you may like this playdough made with crayonsor this playdough made with jell-o.
Enjoy learning and working on shape recognition with these exciting new Robin 2d Shape Puzzles.
Learning about the life cycle of a robin is so much fun with these free and easy to prepare printables. This Robin Life Cycle Printable Pack contains over 100 pages and is aimed at children in preschool and kindergarten to learn about these lovely birds and their life cycle.
Learn about robins and other birds with these Bird Identification Cards can be used to identify birds in your area as well as when you are researching these lovely creatures.
There are so many gorgeous birds that are found in our world. To learn more about them, these Bird Notebooking Pages cover so many different types of birds and are a wonderful way to record your research.
Australia has some amazing birds. Some are flightless, some have huge wingspans and others are so very tiny. In this Australian Birds Printable Pack, you will meet with 10 of them.
These No Bake Bird’s Nest Treats are so very easy to make – the kids will love helping – and a lovely snack for all to enjoy.
This Sing a Song of Sixpence printable pack is aimed at children in kindergarten and preschool and includes over 100 pages of fun and learning. It is a great nursery rhyme for young children to learn, especially great for practicing their counting with blackbirds.
Help your kids discover more of the amazing world of birds and practice their handwriting at the same time with this Bird Terms Vocabulary Copywork.
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