I have several awesome things today for you. First, I have a fun hands-on unit study and Norther Cardinal lapbook. Also, I’m co-hosting for our first the nature book club link up. More on that fun in a minute.
Colorful Winter Bird Northern Cardinal
It’s easy to see why young and old fall in love with studying the Cardinal for nature.
It’s such a beautiful and bright bird during winter and because it doesn’t migrate, it’s a great bird to study really at anytime.
Here are some things you’ll love to enhance your unit study.
Grab this one page pdf with helpful information to study about the cardinal.
Grab this four page pdf with facts and information.
Introduction to nature journaling 16 page nice download.
Northern Cardinal coloring page.
Northern Cardinal Lapbook
Free coloring page of a Northern Cardinal that would make a great cover for your lapbook or just for fun.
And one more great coloring page.
Black and white clip art to add to the outside flaps of your lapbook or to add to your notebooking page.
Craft – make a cardinal in a pine shadow box.
Northern Cardinal Field Guide.
Also, we have been using this Beautiful Birds Unit Study. I know you’ll love it.
Look at these other fun things!
Here are a few more ideas.
I think you’ll love these other unit study ideas
- Easy and Fun Nature Study: Beautiful Birds
- How Animals Cope With the Cold (Easy Nature Study)
- Winter Nature Craft: How to Make Easy DIY Bird Feeders
Welcome to The Nature Book Club Monthly Link Up No 1.
The Nature Book Club is a monthly link up beginning on the 20th day of each month.
It’s a monthly book club devoted to connecting children to nature.
There is a theme for each month in 2018. We welcome your nature book and activity related links!
The Nature Book Club theme for January: Winter Birds and Nests
The Nature Book Club is brought to you by these 15 nature loving bloggers which are your co-hosts! Are you following them? If you don’t want to miss anything, be sure to follow each one.
Here are the co-hosts, their choices of books, and activities for the month.
Something 2 Offer
Birds, Nests, and Eggs Nest Scavenger Hunt
The Usual Mayhem
The Boy Who Drew Birds Free artist study set (John James Audobon)
Whose Nest Is This? Nest Building Activity
Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
(Backyard Bird Series) Cardinals – Free Northern Cardinal Unit Study & Lapbook.
Rule This Roost
Fine Feathered Friends: All About Birds – DIY Bird Feeders
Hide The Chocolate
Those Darn Squirrels Fly South – Free online book club.
The Homeschool Scientist
Birds, Nests, and Eggs – Make a Suet Feeder
Snowy Owls Snowy Owl Craft
Table Life Blog
A Nest is Noisy – Art Project.
Ravens in Winter: Nature Study Activities and Lessons for Teens – Winter Bird ID
Wind in a Letterbox
Birds for Beginners in Southern Africa – Nature Journal Entry
Rainy Day Mum
Coming Home – Needle Felted Robin
Handbook of Nature Study
Backyard Birds Field Guide for Young Naturalist – Backyard Bird Nature Study
The Playful Scholar
Backyard Birds of Winter – How to Make Hanging Suet Ornaments
Nests – Nest weaving
The Nature Book Club theme for February: Small Mammals
WHOOP! – The Nature Book Club Giveaway!
We’re so excited about this month’s freebie. It is an ebook, Backyard Science – Easy Activities for All Ages, by The Homeschool Scientist.
A huge Thank You to The Homeschool Scientist!
- hoose an engaging nature book, do a craft or activity, and add your post to our monthly link up.
- The link up party goes live at 9:00 a.m. EST on the 20th of each month and stays open until 11:59 p.m. EST on the last day of the month. Hurry to add your links!
- You can link up to 3 posts. Please do not link up advertising posts, advertise other link up parties, your store, or non-related blog posts. They will be removed.
- By linking up with us, you agree for us to share your images and give you credit of course if we feature your posts.That’s it!
- Let’s party.