You can use these pages in many different ways. Children add the required number of eggs to the nest - from 1 to 10. Laminate the pages and use them as playdough mats, asking children to make the eggs out of playdough.
More Bird Printables
Bird scrapbook paper, bird acrostic poem printables, bird bookmarks... you'll find these and more below!
Every bird bath needs some birds to drink from it, to make the scene complete. Children can fill in the details on this lovely doodle page and then colour it in.
The kids will love playing this bright and cheerful version of dominoes, where the aim is to match pretty birds instead of black and white dots!
Our game cards make perfect compact travel games or party bag fillers - just print onto some card, cut out (laminate if wish), then put the cards in a small bag or box. This set features some cute and colourful birds.
All you need is some clothes pegs and printer card to have lots of fun with these lovely bird peg cards! Cut out the cards (laminate if you want to make them more durable) and then ask the kids to count the birds and "clip" the correct number.
There are 15 suggested activities on this sheet that will encourage children to learn about and enjoy the birds around them. Some make use of Activity Village resources, but others include suggestions such as taking a trip to feed the ducks!
The children will love putting on their own puppet show with these beautiful bird finger puppets! Simply print onto some card and follow the instructions provided.
There is an egg in this bird's nest, so use your playdough to make a bird to watch over it carefully...
Learn to count with the help of our cute penguin, robin and owl! Slice these number lines up and laminate if you wish.
Young birdwatchers will love this easy Bird Watching Tally Chart which helps them keep a record of how many of each bird they've seen.
This simple birdwatching tally chart is any easy way to keep track of how many different birds you've seen in your garden or in the countryside or park. Every time you spot one of the lovely birds on the chart make one mark in the box next to the correct picture.
We've taken all you need to know about twenty British garden birds and put the information into this useful fact file, illustrated by some lovely photographs. Each printable .pdf contains information on 5 different birds.
Learn the names of garden birds with the help of these fun matching cards. Alternatively, fold vertically and glue them back to back to form double-sided flash cards.
This word mat has some beautiful illustrations of British garden birds. Print and display as a poster or laminate and keep on the desk and use as a writing aid.
Fill up these lovely budgie bookmarks with your reading record, an encouraging message, notes from the book you are reading...
Make a budgie to live in the birdcage on this playdough mat. Budgies come in lots of different colours, and blue, yellow and green are great choices (but you can use whichever colours you like).
These gorgeous chick alphabet cards can be used in so many ways, and tied into your Easter, spring or farmyard topics. Why not hide the cards for a treasure hunt, and send the kids off to find the whole alphabet and put it in order?
These chick games cards are adorable! There are 6 cards in the set, and you can use them in many different ways - including as little gift tags for Easter gifts if you like.
We love this little Christmas penguin, and would certainly be happy to see him peeking out of the top of our books! These Christmas bookmarks print five to a page and are quick to cut out, making them a perfect little classroom gift for holiday reading, perhaps...
Get the kids to write an acrostic poem with the help of this cockatoo acrostic printable. You can use them as writing paper / frames too.
Yellow top and leggings with the addition of our cute duckling mask would make a lovely dressing up outfit for a school book day - or anytime.
This poor bald eagle is missing their wings, can your children make some from playdough? Laminate our eagle playdough mat to make it reusable.
Use your playdough to add some eggs to the nest - a perfect playdough mat to print out for spring or Easter modelling fun!
This lovely song is not only fun for its actions, but useful for its "counting down" too. A useful song for the early learning classroom!
There are 10 garden bird bingo cards included in this pdf file so you can play with a group of children, pairing them up if necessary. It's a fun way to teach the kids about the beautiful birds found in our gardens!
Try this garden bird scavenger hunt in your own garden or on an outing to the park or countryside. How many of the birds on the list can the children 'tick off'?
Print these beautiful garden bird snap pairs cards onto some card, laminate if you prefer, then enjoy a game or two. A fun way to help the kids learn to recognise different kinds of birds.
Why not give this goose lacing card a go. Punch holes around the outline to make it as easy or difficult as you would like. Follow the instructions on the page and laminate the finished product if you need it to be more hardwearing.
Test how well the children know British garden birds using these fun cards. Make the cards using the instructions on the sheet, then place with the 'facts' up. Can the children work out which bird each card is describing?
In spring, if you opened the door to a hen house like this one, you might well find some little chicks! Get the kids to use their playdough to add chicks to the scene.
Test the children's counting and observation skills with this fun i-spy worksheet packed full of beautiful garden birds.
Five owl bookmarks to print onto one page of A4 card, with space to add your own message or record the page of your reading book. How about using them as labels or as giveaways at a Harry Potter party?
These brightly coloured owl bookmarks are the perfect way to keep your place in your latest book. Print onto strong white paper or card, cut out and laminate if you prefer.
These colourful owl matching cards with delightful illustrations are bound to appeal to the kids. Print 2 or more times, then use to play Memory and other matching games.
We've done 2 sizes, 2 colours and 1 black and white of our number bond owls, for use in your number bond / addition work. Cut out and laminate if you wish, although it's not necessary. Then use with counters or beads.
Print and cut out these cards and get the kids to put them back together again so that each owl adds up to 5. We have colour and black and white versions (these look great printed onto coloured card) and UK and US school fonts.
This printable contains ten gorgeous owls to cut out and display to help children with learning ordinal numbers. Each owl is different and they look really cute sitting in a row - but you could laminate them and use them as sorting cards, too.
Here's another 10 owls with ordinal numbers 11th through 20th. Each one is different and they are easy to cut out for display.
Children can use their playdough to add eyes and a beak to the owl on this fun playdough mat! Laminate the mat so it can be used over again.
This colourful owl scrapbook paper is perfect for brightening up all kinds of craft projects. You will need to enter the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this scrapbook paper.
Print this pretty owl design scrapbook paper and use it to wrap gifts, cover notebooks, embellish scrapbooks ... anything you fancy! Please note that this page is password protected, simply enter the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print.
This pretty scrapbook paper will appeal to anyone who loves owls! Perfect for wrapping up small birthday presents or any craft projects. You will need to type in the password www.ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this page.
This fantastic owl scrapbook paper is ideal for crafting, origami, decoupage and much more. You'll need to enter the password www.ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this page.
Young children will love decorating our parrot playdough mat with bright colours. Who's a pretty boy then?
These peacock feather bookmarks would make a lovely gift. Print on to card, laminate and finish off with a home made tassel.
Children will love using brightly coloured playdough to give this peacock a beautiful tail! You can laminate the mat so it can be reused too...
Penguins are always popular, and these cute game cards will provide plenty of entertainment for the kids. Print two sets to play Snap or Memory or print four sets to play Happy Families. They'd also make a lovely party bag filler (you can laminate them if you prefer).
Follow the simple instructions on the page to make this very cute penguin lacing card. For all you penguin lovers, check out our alternative lacing cards featuring these adorable birds.
Lacing cards are a great way to increase fine motor skills. The outline of this cheeky penguin has a few more twists and turns than some, which makes it great for children ready for more of a challenge.
There pretty Christmas robin bookmarks are sure to delight! There's plenty of space for your own message.
What is this robin missing? Its red breast, beak and eyes, of course! Can your children make him complete with playdough?
Use your playdough to finish off this rooster. He needs feet and a beak of course, not to forget a crest and a wattle!
This scrapbook paper design features a blooming flower bed and a tiny bird with a pale cream background. Just add a photo or two for a quick scrapbook page, or use the printable as writing paper, perhaps?
If you are by the sea, you can almost certainly hear seagulls, and that's what this printable scrapbook paper is all about!
Have some fun this Thanksgiving making this turkey a colourful playdough tail on our printable turkey playdough mat.
This printable Valentine's Day paper has a retro feel with its brown background and swirly bird design. You will need the password "ActivityVillage.co.uk" to open and print it.
Here's a fun card game that will challenge children to use their descriptive powers and to listen carefully!