Should I stay,
or should I Go?

Inspire a little bird watching in your classroom, and head outdoors with your students. 

Discuss the kinds of birds that live in your region.

Which birds migrate?

Which birds don't? 

Why? 

Have students look at trees, bushes, telephone poles, and grass for their favorite feathered friends. 

Encourage them to take notice to a bird's special features—color, size, and behavior. 

Have students close their eyes to listen to a bird song. 

Later, instruct students to brainstorm a list of colorful words to describe the birds they observed.

Have them write about the birds using these words and their best illustrations.

Older students can take notes to identify the birds in books or on-line. 

Should I stay,
or should I Go?
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Edword’s Wildlife Vocabulary: 

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vocabulary in the songs.

Adaptation, Beak, Bird, Branch,

Migration,Ostrich, Pheasant, Quail,

Grouse, Penguin

Rooster, Hen, Feathers, Native, Nest

Observe, Owl, Preen

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