Games & Activities
AUDUBON FOR KIDS – Weekly activities brought to you by the National Audubon Society. The activities aim to not only help students learn more about birds but “to explore and feel connected to the natural world”.
BIRDS AND WORMS – In this fun outdoor activity for all ages students will discover the value of camouflage as they pretend to be birds searching for worms. A family activity by the Project Learning Tree.
DANCE LIKE A BIRD – Learn to dance, twirl, twist, and shake your tail feathers like some of our local birds. Need something to dance to? Try Silly Bird by local musician Caspar BabyPants.
BIRD LANGUAGE EXPLORATION – Ever wonder what birds talk about? Explore bird language using this fun outdoor activity by the BEETLES Project.
BIRD BEAK ADAPTATION ACTIVITY – Learn about the different shapes of bird beaks using items from around the house, activity by STEM activity blog, PinkStripeySocks. Watch this activity in action with the Friends of the Rainforest’s BIRD BEAK CHALLENGE video.
Want to learn more about beak adaptations? Check out this upper elementary/middle school FEED THE BIRDS activity and worksheets by ETEAMS.
CARING FOR NEIGHBORHOOD BIRDS – A few great tips and suggested activities to give your neighborhood birds a hand (or wing) by the Woodland Park Zoo.