Here’s a sweet freebie to help with your child’s nature studies.
Hobby Farms offers these printable bird sighting sheets to print out.
Use this bird-sighting chart to document what birds are nesting around your home and when you see them. When your chart is full of feathered creatures, print yourself another page!
The sheets are available as PDF files.
Hobby Farms offers lots of other useful free printables. I featured their animal track ID cards last week, and you can view their full list of printable freebies here.
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This article originally appeared on examiner.com
10 Wonderful Ways to Learn with Nature in March – Alicia Bayer(March 7, 2018 - 8:09 pm)
[…] Start a bird list and set a goal for identifying a certain number of species by the end of the season. You can keep the log in a nature journal, a notebook or these free printable bird log pages. […]