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Students explore the different characteristics and features of birds. In this life science lesson, students research information on the bird of their choice. They prepare a report and present their findings in class.
In this birds worksheet, students use their workbook to answer short answer questions about birds and habitats. Students complete 8 questions total to get their merit badge.
Students observe how bird flight and machine flight are similar. In this aerodynamics lesson, students observe how birds fly and the shapes of their wings, and investigate how observing birds helped develop the concept of machine flight. There are suggested extension activities in this lesson, including using poetry to describe bird flight.
Students investigate birds. In this animal science lesson, students are shown photos of birds and discuss their characteristics. Students sing bird-themed songs and construct pine cone bird feeders. The instructions for making the feeder are included in the lesson plan.
Students investigate how to recognize, feed, and shelter backyard birds, design paper birds similar to one local species, and design and construct three-dimensional mobiles to display interesting facts and information they gather about birds.
In this birds worksheet, students click on the links in the questions about birds to find the answers to the questions and then come back and answer the questions. Students answer 18 questions total.
Students enjoy observing and feeding their fine feathered friends. In this multi-sensory science lesson, students observe and feed birds in their own habitats.
Students identify local birds and their habitats. In this wildlife instructional activity, students list various birds that live in their area and match the descriptions of the birds to the photos. Students build a diorama of a birds nest.
First graders explore natural resources and search outdoors to find materials to create a bird's nest. In this bird's natural resources instructional activity, 1st graders listen to a book about birds and reflect on the various things birds use to create their nests. Students then watch a short video on the Internet. Students then observe a model of a bird's nest and begin to build their own bird's nest.
In this literature worksheet, students respond to 15 short answer and essay questions about Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Students may also link to an online interactive quiz on the novel at the bottom of the page.
Students investigate birds and complete a variety of bird-themed activities. They read books and observe birds noting their physical characteristics, development and life cycle stages.
Students identify the characteristics of birds and explain how these characteristics are useful in their survival. They explain how both physical and environmental adaptations help birds survive and reproduce. Students create an imaginary bird based on information regarding appropriate adaptations.
Learners create an imaginary bird. In this anatomy instructional activity, students analyze how artists represent birds historically, then determine the anatomical aspects that suit a bird to its habitat. Using this information, learners create an imaginary bird and habitat.
Seventh graders list the features of an ecosystem and identify local bird species. In this bird lesson students work in groups to formulate a hypothesis and test their theory by collecting and analyzing data.
Students examine the structural differences within species. In this bird instructional activity, students watch video segments regarding bird beaks, migratory patterns, and birds’ ability to co-exist with humans. Students complete 4 learning activities and write an essay based on one of the concepts.
Young scholars read books, play with plastic toys, and find items in magazines representing birds. In this birds lesson plan, students also flap their arms like birds.
Students explore the relationship between a bird's beak and its ability to find food and survive in a given environment.
Students compare a variety or bird characteristics. They identify and classify birds within their local area. Students investigate how to examine and scrutinize differences in features of organisms and understand variation in the usefulness of particular classification schemes over others.
Students engage in a lesson that is about birds while taking part in a variety of activities that are like the following. They play a game that is used for increasing memory while using bird pictures. Students also create a collage with the help of images found while conducting research.
Students draw a bird they observed that include all of its characteristics. In this bird drawing lesson plan, students watch a video about the characteristics of birds. They then go outside and observe birds in their area and discuss the characteristics. Then students draw the birds including the characteristics.