Blackbirds are found in gardens and parks around the UK, but can the children find out some facts about this lovely bird and fill them in on this fact-finding sheet?
Bird Fact Finding Worksheets
Learn more about our feathered friends with these fun bird fact finding worksheets. They provide a perfect introduction to research skills for children as they set out to discover the facts.
Use this blank bird fact finding worksheet for any bird that we haven't already covered in our British garden birds fact finding worksheets pack and write brief description of each bird before filling in details of its habitat, diet,
There are 20 British garden birds in this pack of fact finding worksheets - although of course not all of them are only found in Britain. Write a brief description of each bird and then research its habitat, diet, size, lifespan, behaviour and eggs.
This budgie worksheet is a great way to get children to write. They can record what they know and perhaps research any questions they are not sure about. The black and white version can be coloured in too!
Here's one of our fact-finding worksheets for the chick. Get the kids to do some research and then fill it in.
Our chicken fact finding worksheet is good preparation for a visit to a farm or perhaps to prepare for the arrival of some chickens at home?
Find out some simple facts about the cockatoo for this fun workksheet - available in colour or black and white.
Ask the kids to find out some facts about cranes and use their knowledge to fill out this fun worksheet. Available in colour and black and white.
Did you know that only male doves coo? Find out some facts about doves to complete our dove worksheet.
Who doesn't love a trip to feed the ducks? Learn more about them with our fact finding duck worksheet.
The picture on these eagle fact finding worksheets is of a bald headed eagle, but there are over 60 species of eagle. Find out what your children know about eagles or challenge them to do some research in order to complete our eagle worksheet.
The kids can have some fun finding out facts about emus and filling in this worksheet. Choose from colour or black and white.
This flamingo worksheet is a great way to encourage the kids to write. They can record what they know already, and do a little research for any questions they are not sure about. The black and white version can be coloured in too - have a pink crayon handy!
Find out some facts about geese and use our goose worksheet to record them. We have a choice of colour or black and white versions for you.
Find out some fun facts about the kiwi and use them to fill in this worksheet about the New Zealand bird, available in black and white or colour.
Use this fun worksheet to encourage some fact-finding about the Australian kookaburra! Choose from colour or black and white.
Ostriches are a fascinating bird, and our worksheet will help the kids research and record some interesting facts about them. We have both colour and black and white versions to choose from below.
Do some research and find out some simple facts about parrots for this fun worksheet - available in colour or black and white.
Ask the kids to use our worksheet to find out and record some facts about the beautiful peacock. We have a colour version to print, or a black and white version so they can colour in the lovely feathers themselves.
Our penguin worksheet would be a fun activity on a trip to the zoo where the children can observe these funny birds! Choose from colour or black and white versions.
What do you know about puffins? This worksheet will encourage a little fact-finding, and it's a fun way for the kids to store what they've learned, too.
Children will need to find out a few simple facts about ravens to fill in this fun worksheet, available in either colour or black and white.
The children need to fill out this worksheet with some facts about robins, and colour in the picture if they like. They'll need to research this cute little bird's habitat, eggs, lifespan and a few other facts. A fun way to encourage some early research skills!
We're used to seeing cute robins on our Christmas cards every year, and if you're lucky enough you might get one visiting your garden! Can the kids find out a little about robins and fill in our fact-finding worksheet? Perfect for a bird topic and of course as a Christmas activity!
Our swan fact-finding worksheet might be useful before a trip to a bird sanctuary or lake - can the children find out all the facts about these beautiful birds?