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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Bird Nest

  • brown paper lunch sack
  • papers and twigs (and more if desired( to go in nest
  • glue
  • peep or other bird
  1. Roll the brown paper sack down to form a nest shape
  2. Add your papers, twigs, etc. and glue in place in your nest
  3. If you want to be able to eat the peep, let glue dry before adding. If not, glue peep in place.
Enriching Activity:
To get more from this activity, talk about why birds build nests, what they use to build nests, and even read a book on birds building nests. 

You can go for a walk and see if you can find some nests in trees in your neighborhood.


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aliah said...


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