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Is your child a nature nut with an eye for creative, green-friendly projects? Introduce him to this amazing DIY bird feeder!
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Got a birdwatcher on your hands? Bring the birds to your backyard by making a zany bird feeder using an orange and some string.
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... with a bird watching activity! With just a few household materials, you and your child can bask in the wonder of your very own bird feeder -- can you guess what...
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Build a kindergarten bird feeder science craft that brings birds to your yard, and a smile to the whole family's face.
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... cooled fully, load it into the twisty bird feeder and hang it from a nearby tree. Local birds may take a few days to find your bounty, but once they do you can...
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Help your first grader design and create his very own bird feeder out of an empty milk carton.
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...Make a bird-feeder using kitchen leftovers and bird seed, all while giving your first grader some excellent scientific practice in identifying and categorizing our...
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Help your kids fall in love with nature by making a simple clay bird bath. Set it up in your yard and watch the animals venture in for a sip of water.
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With a clear bottle and a few plastic straws, you can easily make a hummingbird feeder and demonstrate the effects of atmospheric pressure at the same time!
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Help the elephant bird come back to life with this awesome paper mache craft.
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Bird watching is a fun way for kids to learn about Mother Nature. Make a bird feeder, a bird house, and binoculars and you can attract birds and watch them!
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Encourage local wildlife to settle down in your backyard with this adorable bird nest craft.
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...Before Twitter, birds were the ones tweeting, not humans. Have your child discover the magical sounds of nature while recording bird songs around his own...
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... pencils and glue googly eyes on each bird. Your child could also draw them on. Make more birds until you have at least six. Cut off some pieces of yarn or string...
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...This fun craft is perfect to do in the spring, and opens up the opportunity to teach your child about birds. It's always exciting when your child spots a bird...
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Looking for something to do with all those plastic 2-liter bottles that seem to accumulate endlessly? Turn them into a unique mini birdbath.
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...Ask your child how he thinks a bird makes its nest. Then tell him you are going to be like birds today and make your own nests using only natural materials! This is...
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...Here's a way to forgo the messiness of a bird feeder! Your child can give her favorite winged neighbors a tasty holiday snack with these easy-to-make "cookies...
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Create origami claws that can transform your child into a bird, cat, or other clawed creature.
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In this science experiment, your child will test the strength of hollow structures in order to understand how strong bird bones really are.

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