I recently shared with you my preschooler’s bird preschool letter activities and now it is time to show you what my kindergartner did for this theme. Whenever I create a preschool letter activity for my son I try to create a differentiated activity for my daughter and vice versa. Thankfully, J loved her bird consonant blends activities!
BIRD CONSONANT BLENDS ACTIVITIES
Before you start all the fun you may want to try a few of these things: (Please note that affiliate links are used below for your convenience):
Bird Books to Read With Your Kids
National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North AmericaBackyard Birds (Field Guides for Young Naturalists)Birds, Nests & Eggs (Take Along Guides)National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Birds (National Geographic Little Kids First Big Books)Hello, World! BirdsThe Burgess Bird Book for Children (Dover Children’s Classics)The Young Birder’s Guide to Birds of North America (Peterson Field Guides)
Bird Games and Extended Activities
Professor Noggin’s Birds of North America – A Educational Trivia Based Card Game For KidsBird Bingo Board GamePIXNOR Bird Toys Plastic Model Bird Figures Kids Toy – 12 PiecesAmaonm Pack of 12 3D Plastic Flying Birds Animals Figure Toy Model Set Kids Toy Multi-color Kids Education puzzle Learning Toys for Nursery School GiftBuild a Bird HouseBESPIN Binoculars for Kids 8×21 Bird Watching , High-Resolution Real Optics for Wildlife Watching – GR –Backyard Birds
HOW TO PLAY
1. Print and cut out all the bird cards on cardstock or regular paper as well as a bird house for each player.
2. Decide on who will be Player 1 and Player 2 etc.
3. Place all the bird cards in a container that is not transparent and have player 1 read the first bird.
4. If a player reads the card incorrectly, then the bird card must be placed back in the container. If the card is read correctly, then it is added to that player’s bird house.