Bird and their eggs nomenclature printable features 35 different birds: goose, chickadee, robin, blackbird, quail, junco, wagtail, ostrich, crane, seagull, finch, swan, hummingbird, pheasant, serin, penguin, parrot, cardinal, jay, warbler, chicken, dove, duck, sparrow, starling, cuckoo, lapwing, magpie, peacock, canary, bluebird, blue-footed booby, crow, eagle, flamingo.
Here is what’s included:
36 x 3-part cards
36 x information cards
blackline student booklet for independent writing
student booklet tracing pages with blackline art (print)
student booklet tracing pages with blackline art (script)
Wild birds generally build their nest and lay eggs safely and high in the trees. Hence, it makes it harder for children to observe those in nature. This printable allows the students to learn about 35 different types of birds and their eggs and satisfy their curiosity.
Three-part cards are designed for reading practice and for learning new vocabulary, along with satisfying children’s curiosity about the natural world they are a part of and learning to appreciate nature and its treasures.
When printed and cut, the control card measures 10.5 x 8 cm, photo card – 8×8 cm, label card – 8×2 cm
The printable is suitable for children ages 3-6. Birds and Their Eggs 3-part cards are an excellent addition to Zoology and Nature study.