Birds in Winter

Ashbrook, Peggy
February 2007
Science & Children;Feb2007, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p16
Academic Journal
The article provides information on how to introduce the study of birds to kindergarten and grades 1 to 4 school children in the U.S. According to sources, observations about living things is part of the National Science Education Standards A and C. In addition, a teacher's guide is provided, which states that it is fine to use appropriate made-up names to help others identify the bird another time. It suggested that in some regions, school activities are best done in the winter than usual because of bird population migration.


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