Last year when spring rolled around, I shared a Bird Coloring Journal along with a Bird Identification page.
Tiny had been coloring birds for a few years before I shared it last year. So this year and as all kids do, he has grown up a bit more and wanted the Bird Identification page changed around to allow room for a larger sketch and less coloring.
However because I know you still may have younger sweeties and kids who probably like to color, I have added a few more bird coloring pages to the Bird Journal.
Free Bird Journal
I also updated the Bird Identification page to allow room for a larger sketch and to use for an older child.
We like to keep our pages in a notebook with page protectors. We want to get in the habit of bird watching year around so I created this page so that the season could be easily marked when we’re bird watching. But we only seem to do it when we have spring fever.
Are y’all planning any special project for spring?
Also, don’t forget to look here at Homeschool Buyer’s Co-op for freebies each summer just in case they offer some nature or science studies!
Looking for some more ideas? No shortage here. Look at these other ideas for studying about birds:
- Hands-On Nature Study: Bird Color Bar Graphing Activity
- Hands-On Nature Study: Make a Fun Bird Nesting Bag
- Colorful Winter Bird: Northern Cardinal Lapbook & Unit Study
Also, a few more. Scoot over to John Muir Spring Unit Study (and Hands-on Geography Ideas), Middle School Homeschool Science 50 Free Spring Activities and Geoscavenge – A Rock and Mineral Hunt: Day 6 Hands-on Learning.
Hugs and love ya,