These links provide resources for teachers and home educators- whether you are planning to bring your students to the Bird Museum or you are interested in teaching kids about birds, their habitats, and conservation. Most activities can be done at home or in the classroom! Many Spanish/dual-language resources are included towards the botton of the page. Additionally, some of the english pages have Spanish version. We will be adding new materials as we find them, so please check back often!
REFERENCES FOR TEACHERS
|Each of these student-friendly lessons from Audubon includes a short informative magazine, quizzes, puzzles, and drawing activities plus links to additional information for those who want to browse for more:
Get to Know Birds
Birds on the Move
Plants Are for the Birds
Hooray for Hummingbirds!
Earth School is a 30 day interactive adventure for students around the world to celebrate,
The aims of Earth School are to help parents, teachers and pupils in lock-down to feel the
The curated Earth School content features videos, reading materials and activities to help
An Egg Is Quiet Science is dynamic and always changing as scientists discover new information and develop new theories to explain the things they see. This video contains old explanation for something about egg shape. See if you can find it! For a hint of new information about a new theory: Hatching a new hypotheses about egg shape diversity.
Backyard Home Scavenger Hunt 1 | Backyard Home Scavenger Hunt 2 | Backyard Home Scavenger Hunt 3
Ultimate Bird Simulation "Fly Like An Eagle" (not free)
BIRD ARTS & CRAFTS
National Geography Arts & Crafts
DIY Bird Feeder from Recycled Materials
How to Make Bird Sheds and Houses for Birdwatching
MATERIALS IN SPANISH