Blog by Tag: big bird watch
After making our bird feeders, the children have now been patiently waiting to see which birds they can spot and identify them.
The children were enjoying making bird feeders in the sun last week, ready to attract different birds to our garden so that they can spot and count them.
Don't forget to keep spotting the birds in your garden for the Big Garden and Big Schools' Bird Watch!
The children in Falcons and Hawks have been bird watching and making a note of the different birds we see around our school grounds. It was astonishing to see how many different types of birds we could see.
As part of the Big School Bird Watch, Hawks went out to see what birds they could see.
What birds did you spot?
The Ducklings have enjoyed bird spotting around the school grounds. They spotted robins, pigeons, seagulls, blackbirds, magpies and sparrows.
Keep up the spotting when out and about and at home.
The Ducklings have loved making apple and seed bird feeders this week. They have enjoyed looking to see if any of the seeds have been eaten!
The Ducklings have enjoyed bird watching today. They have used the shed as a hide!
We are helping to feed the birds during the cold winter months by making bird feeders for them. We also hope that it will bring more birds to our garden for us to spot!
The children in Owls have absolutely loved the bird watching activities this week. We have explored our school grounds for the different species of birds and I think we were all quite surprised at what we found. The children have been so interested in this that we have decided to continue this…
This week in Owls we have had a fun week of learning based on bird watching.
We have researched and found out about many different types of birds and went out to spot as many as we could. We then wrote about what we saw. In Maths we created a tally of how many birds we saw in a period of time…