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Birds: First steps on Science

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Presentantion to introduce children to Birds. Characteristics and names. Perfect for 1st Cycle of Primary Education.

Presentantion to introduce children to Birds. Characteristics and names. Perfect for 1st Cycle of Primary Education.

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  • 1.  Birds  Characteristics.  Parts of a bird.  Wild and domestic birds.  Pictures.  Mind maps.  Birds.  Wild and domestic birds.
  • 2. Birds • Birds are living things. • • They come from eggs, so they’re oviparous. They breath through their lungs. • They have a beak and two legs. • Birds use wings to fly. • Their bodies are covered with feathers.
  • 3. Bea k Feathers Wing Tail Legs
  • 4. DOMESTIC BIRDS: • They live near us. • They live in cages or farms. • We feed them and look after them. • They eat seeds. WILD BIRDS: • They don’t live near us. • They live in freedom in their nests. • They eat seeds and other animals.
  • 5. CARNIVORE BIRDS They eat ohter animals. HERBIVORE BIRDS They eat plants and seeds. OMNIVORE BIRDS They eat plants, seeds and other animals.
  • 6. BLACKBIRD
  • 7. EAGLE
  • 8. SWALLOW
  • 9. FALCON HAWK
  • 10. FLAMINGO
  • 11. HUMMINGBIRD
  • 12. KESTREL
  • 13. KIWI
  • 14. OSTRICH
  • 15. OWL
  • 16. PARROT
  • 17. PEACOCK
  • 18. PELICAN
  • 19. RAVEN CROW
  • 20. SEAGULL
  • 21. SPARROW
  • 22. STORK
  • 23. SWAN
  • 24. TOUCAN
  • 25. VULTURE
  • 26. WOODPECKER
  • 27. COCK ROOSTER
  • 28. GOLDFINCH
  • 29. PIGEON
  • 30. NIGHTINGALE
  • 31. GOOSE
  • 32. DUCK
  • 33. Birds Living Things They come from eggs. They are oviparous. They have a beak and two legs. They use their wings to fly Their bodies are covered with feathers.
  • 34. Domestic Birds Wild Birds They live near us in cages or farms. They don’t live near us. We feed them and look after them. They live in freedom in their nests. They eat seeds. They eat seeds and other animals.
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