It can get very cold during the winter, so what do birds do to keep warm? This Birds in Winter Printable Pack introduces young children in preschool and kindergarten to seven different birds and three different ways, such as migration, that they keep themselves warm.
Birds in Winter Printable Pack
This Birds in Winter printable pack has over 55 pages and is perfect for kids in preschool and kindergarten. Inside this pack, you’ll find matching activities, handwriting practice, counting practice, 3 part cards, tangle mazes, coloring pages, and much more!
Many of the activities revolve around learning the letters of the alphabet and basic math skills from one through to twelve. In addition to a printer and paper, children will need pom poms, mini pegs and scissors as well as colouring pencils, lead pencils and crayons to complete the various activities. Many of the activities can be used multiple times, so I would recommend laminating these for durability.
Included in this printable pack is an animal research page which children can use to research different birds, their habitat, prey and predators and also how they manage to stay warm during the cold winter months.
All the activities in this printable pack are:
•Alphabet Puzzle Cards – Cut out, laminate and use to match the lower case letters to the uppercase ones.
•Trace the Words – Improve handwriting skills while learning to spell.
•3 Part Cards – Can be used to match the words to the picture or in games such as memory. These cards can also be used together with the alphabet cards. using the alphabet cards to spell out the words.
•I Spy – Count the objects.
•Beginning Letter Sounds – Cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pompomor candy onto the correct answer.
•Syllable Cards – Cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pompomor candy onto the correct answer.
•Find the Letters – Shade in the squares or use a dot marker or bingo marker to dot out all of the correct letters.
•Writing Pages – Create your own story using the pictures.
•Make A Word – How many words can you make using the letters
•Cut and Paste Alphabetical Order – Cut out the pool party related words and paste them in alphabetical order
•My Booklet – Write a sentence or two about each object.
•Complete the Sentences – Cut and paste to complete the sentences.
•Singular or Plural? – Write the words in the correct column.
•Word Search – Find all the words.
•Noun or Verb? – Cut and paste the words into the correct column.
•Color by Letter – Color the pictures using the code.
•I See – Count the pictures and write the number.
•Counting Puzzles – Cut out, laminate and use the numbers to place the puzzles back together.
•Counting Cards – Shade the correct answer or cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pom pom or candy onto the correct answer.
•Addition Cards – Shade the answer or cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pom pom or candy onto the correct answer.
•Subtraction Cards – Shade the answer or cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pom pom or candy onto the correct answer.
•I can Tell the Time – Shade in the correct answer or cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pom pom or candy onto the correct answer.
•More or Less – Read the instructions and write the correct numbers.
•Coloring Activity – Roll a dice and then color the picture in the correct color.
•Let’s Graph – Print out the pictures on white cardstock and then cut them out. Place them face down on a table and pick up one and graph.
•Write the Numbers –Write the numbers from one to twelve.
•Write and trace the Shapes – Trace the shapes and write their name.
•Color by Number – Color in the pictures using the correct code.
•Animal Research Page – Research the animals found in this pack and complete a page on them.
Stacey is an Australian homeschooling mum who has homeschooled their two boys from the start, centering their journey around our marvelous Creator. They love spending time together, exploring new ideas and places. Her blog, Simple Living. Creative Learning, was started as a way to share their homeschooling journey and is now a fabulous resource for everyone, comprising of fun activities, crafts, homemaking ideas, yummy recipes and lots of free printables.