Teaching a bird unit? About their beaks? Animal adaptations? This product will make that so much easier! Here's what's included in this product: ✓ A PowerPoint™ with images* to introduce the topic ✓ A bird beak modeling activity that uses simple materials** ✓ A PowerPoint™ with images* of birds w
This lab sheet goes along with the bird beak lab that teaches about animal adaptations. Students use various instruments to gather different types of "food". Students complete the engaging lab where they test the different "beaks" and how they are able to gather different types of food. The students
Awesome lab for 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade a beyond. This is an appropriate format for elementary students. Will work independently, small group or whole group. Great format and template to introduce hypothesis and conclusion into the scientific method. Aligns with VA SOL 2.5 and adaptations
This is an easy to use lab sheet that guides students through the scientific method as they explore bird beak adaptions. Students will use easy to find materials, so this lab is useful without a specified science series. Includes data collection and graphing.
A streamlined laboratory hand-out for the standard bird beak adaptation lab. This worksheet is set up for three food types and four beak types. On the second page of this three page hand-out, students will be prompted to create a bar graph showing the success of each beak for each tested food type.F
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
Using the materials provided, can you build a bird beak that can pick up the most food in one try?
Materials: (for a classroom)
Plastic forks and spoons
Wooden dowel rods or unsharpened pencils
Tape and scissors
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
This ‘Bird Beak Adaptations’ 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
This activity sheet coincides with the Punnett Square Generator Activity; however, it was designed so that it could also stand alone as a practice worksheet for teachers looking for more Punnett Square practice. The Punnett Square Generator PowerPoint is a student centered activity that allows stud
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. Google Classroom™️ Components Include:► Google Form™️ with Reading Te
Teach adaptations with this easy to use and check activity covering bird beaks. Students will do a pre-reading prediction, 2 page reading, and then complete the table using the information they have learned. This resource includes 2 reading pages and 3 activity pages, in both black and white and col
Students explore bird beaks and feet in a series of activities to learn about adaptations that help birds survive in their environments. In the first activity, students brainstorm about bird characteristics in order to assess students' prior knowledge and build background knowledge. Then students co
Treat your kiddos to a waddling fun time with this word search puzzle worksheet featuring 32 penguin vocabulary words. The words are hidden in all directions making this a challenging word search. Great for early finishers or just for something fun to take home and enjoy, maybe for the Christmas h
Your students will enjoy learning all about owls while they look for the vocabulary words hidden in this puzzle worksheet. The words are hidden in all directions making this a challenging word search. A great activity for early finishers or just for something fun to take home and enjoy.The 28 hidd
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 bir
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In this Adaptations bundle, you will receive days worth of materials your students can work on to learn about adaptions and the role they play in natural selection and evolution. This visually engaging powerpoint discusses varies types of adaptions including the 3 major types of mimicking behavior s
A real WINNER!!! Students are given pictures and descriptions of birds. They are to read using context clues to match the picture with the definition. There are so many pictures that they can be divided into smaller groups. You can also use the same idea and make your own for definitions in cont
This STEM challenge requires little to no set up or prep, all you need is a few common craft supplies. In partners or independently, students will design and build a bird beak. They will test to see how much food their bird beak can collect in one minute.This product is a part of my STEM and literac
Students will explore how birds have varying adaptations, specifically different FEET and Beaks (or structures), for different purposes (or functions).
This file contains a Lesson Plan, PowerPoint for Teachers to use as a guiding lesson (preferably in science lab setting), a Student Recording Sheet,
Bird Beak Natural Selection****************************************************************************************************************Are you studying Charles Darwin's theory of evolution? Students will participate in this engaging activity and lab by acting as birds with different types of bea