Category Archives: birds

Rice Cake Bird Feeder

Make a Bird feeder with your children. You will need: Rice cake for each child (or as many as you would like to make) Pipe cleaner butter knife Peanut butter (shortening or lard) bird seed Let children put a pipe … Continue reading

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Freebie: Bird Printables

I have made three bird themed printables. One is a fine motor/coordination sheet and two pages of upper/lower case letter match! I hope you enjoy these free pdf files! Fly Away Home letter match birds 1 Letter Match2 I hope … Continue reading

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Milk Carton Birdhouse/Pom Birds

This is a cute activity that will need some parental supervision and parental cutting.   MILK CARTON BIRDHOUSE WITH POM BIRDS: For this activity you will need: Clean cardboard milk carton (quart, pint, or half-gallon will work.) Construction paper of … Continue reading

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Spring Arts and Crafts- Birds

I love spring, and I love birds! I will be posting several bird activities over the next few days. Most will be arts and crafts, but some will include science, cutting skills, math skills, shape skills, and more!! This little … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Garden

I took some pictures in the garden today.  I planted the watermelons and cucumbers almost two weeks ago.       Watermelons       Strawberries!       Pinto Beans. I started these from a bag of dry pintos. … Continue reading

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Continued Growth in the Garden

    I want to share my visit in the garden today.  Yesterday was full of rain and the temperature dropped to the high 30’s overnight.  That didn’t seem to deter the growth in the garden. Before I move on, … Continue reading

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Surprises in the Garden!

I am forty-three years old, and every year of my life I have watched seeds turn to plants.  I have a feeling that no matter how old I may live to be, I will experience the same things every year: … Continue reading

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