Have a young bird enthusiast in your life? This bird gift guide is filled with fun and engaging bird themed toys and activities for kids!
From supplies to create a bird habitat in your own yard to beautiful bird puzzles. There is a wide selection of bird themed gifts for kids in preschool, elementary, and even middle school!
I am passionate about encouraging kids to connect with nature and have hand picked each item on this list.
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Skills to Practice
- Fine Motor Skills
- Imaginative Play
- Making Observations
- Nature Appreciation
- Working Together
Not only are these toys fun to play with, but they encourage kids to practice a wide range of skills. From imaginative play and working together to nature appreciation.
This gift guide is perfect for birthdays and holidays. Along with putting together a homeschool unit study about birds. Great for summer camps or even after-school nature programs!
There is a little bit of everything within this ultimate bird gift guide. From stuffed animals and puppets to puzzles, games, and even accessories!
I personally went through and researched all these items. I know what ever items you pick will be a hit with your child!
Great for imaginative play and read alouds! The cute chickadee finger puppet is also available as a hummingbird or cardinal. I love how the snowy owl hand puppet can be used when exploring arctic animals.
Perfect for all ages and stages, you cant go wrong with a good book. I compiled some of my favorites including picture books, board books, and even interactive bird books for kids.
Bird Watch Backpack Explorer and Woodland Bird Book with Bird Calls are interactive and fun for kids of all ages! You can even head outside and observe birds in your area with this bird field guide for kids.
These hands-on activity sets are fun for young bird enthusiasts. You can work on them together or older kids can complete them independently.
Kids can even build then decorate their own wooden bird house! Once complete, you can pick a spot to hang it up outside.
Perfect for winter especially if you live in a cold climate! Feeding the birds is a great activity for kids. I love this window bird feeder, it would be fun to see birds up close.
In the warmer months, kids love watching hummingbirds stop for a drink at a hummingbird feeder. This one is made of glass and easy to clean.
While older kids will have fun putting together the 100 piece puzzles. If your child really enjoys assembling, they will like the set of 3D wooden bird puzzles.
As you observe them you can talk about weather, wind, and even basic mechanics! (Couldn't help but sneak in a little science)
Clothing and Accessories
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