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Bird Beak Stations and STEM Connections
Learning about birds can be so much fun! To see how bird beaks are different in order to survive is a great learning tool for all students. Students use the 7 stations to understand adaptations and survival as they become your little birds finding food for the first time. Let them spread their wings
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Bird Beak Adaptations (Heredity, Student Sheet, Lab Rotation, Animal Adaptation)
One of my favorite lessons to use when teaching my heredity unit is the Bird Beak Adaptation lesson. This is a super fun lesson that is broken into stations with different rotations. The kids absolutely love it and walk away with a better understanding of animal adaptations. There are many variation
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Bird Beak Adaptations Stations
Students will love the 8 hands-on stations and enjoy exploring bird beak adaptations. It might possibly be the best science lesson of all time! This product includes station cards, supplies needed, station descriptions, and QR Codes that lead to a video for each station.
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STEM - Bird Beak Adaptations
This is a fun lab for learning about adaptations. Students will rotate between stations with different types of 'bird food' and use various tools designated as beaks to decide which one works best. Students will collect and interpret data, and graph their results. Great for science and math!
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Bird Beak Adaptation Lab (Grades 5-8)
Students use different tools to represent 3 different bird beaks. They rotate through 5 different station set-ups using each beak to collect a particular item. This science experiment includes hypothesis section, data collection section, and formal conclusion writing directions. Intended for uppe
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Animal Adaptations Activity- Bird Beak Lab
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
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Explore Bird Beak Adaptations - Natural Selection Science Station
In this science station, students explore the how different bird beaks are adapted for eating different types of food. Students then answer questions about the exploration within their science journal or on the provided worksheets. This station is also available in a larger bundle of 8 stations a
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Bird Beak Adaptations Investigations
This pack is meant to be used to understand the different kind of bird beaks birds have. You will set up 5 stations. Each station will include a plate or tray of food to pick up. I use goldfish, raisins, rice, sunflower seeds and gummy worms. Each station will also include tools to mimic different
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Adaptations: Bird Beak Experiments (structures and functions)
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
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Bird Beak Adapatations
Students will explore how bird beak adaptations are suited for certain environments using this hands-on lesson. Tools need to be provided to represent bird beaks (samples included in lesson). Zip File includes: PowerPoint Lesson Student Recording Sheet Station Task Cards (with materials and instr
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Bird Beak Adaptation Science Activity
This ‘Bird Beak Adaptation’ science activity gives your students the opportunity to experiment with different tools resembling birds’ beaks. During this activity, students will visit different food stations and try out various tools simulating some of the more common bird beaks. The student portion
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Bird Beak STEM Activities and Pollination STEM Challenge
Get ready for a STEM adventure with Beth the budding ornithologist! Students will choose which challenges Beth should try as she watches birds. Students will learn about pollination, bird beaks and feeding behaviors, and other fun facts about various birds. Based on their choices, they will encounte
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Animal Adaptations: Battle of the Bird Beaks
Great science lab that requires students to understand that different birds have different shaped beaks for certain reasons. Students are given tools that are shaped similar to a bird beaks and hypothesize, test, and graph which tool was be best to collect a certain type of food. Allows for 4 stat
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Adaptation Stations
Adaptation Stations are simple to set up in your classroom for students to do. Station 1 uses plastic worms, chopsticks, forceps, and clothespins where students use utensils as bird beaks. Station 2 use plastic and candy gummy worms for students to see mimicry. Station 3 requires students to watch
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Science Exit Tickets (Exit Slips) Bundle
Science Exit Tickets (Exit Slips) are the perfect formative assessment activity for your students. They are quick, easy to use, and data driven. This resource contains 9 different units of exit ticket activities. These slips are great to use at the beginning or end of a lesson, for concept reinfo
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STEM and Animal Physical Adaptations.
STEM and Animal Physical Adaptations. Engineer an animal to match a habitat. A super way to integrate engineering into a unit on animal physical adaptations! This activity was used as part of our “ Get Caught Engineering - Is It in Your Nature?” family workshop at the Smithsonian’s Natural History
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