This is a hands on activity that helps students understand how the body parts of animals are adaptations that help them survive in their particular habitat.
Seven stations are designed that each have a mini poster with the picture of a bird and its food, various kitchen gadgets that simulate bi
Students will use different “beaks” to try and pick up food. Bird beaks have adapted over the years to help birds survive in their environments. Set up tables depending on the type of food. Students will take turns trying to see how much of each food they can pick up using the tool in ONE TRY! They
Students will explore various kinds of bird beaks to determine which beak works best for different kinds of food/prey. Students will consider how physical and/or behavioral adaptations help animals survive. Teacher's guide included.
This kit is easily made by the teacher or even by the students themselves! I have made whole class kits or a couple to send home with a different student each night, while we are studying about soil. These are always great to incorporate in learning stations, too! Students begin learning the Scient