CoursesOnline WorkshopsCurriculumLet’s Talk Birds: Easy Ways to Get Kids Birding Welcome 2 Lecture1.1 Your Recording to the Let’s Talk Birds workshop Lecture1.2 Your Participation Certificate This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Next Your Participation Certificate 5 Comments Collette Doyle August 24, 2020 Log in to Reply I was really inspired by this workshop and have already downloaded a bird identification app for Australian birds. I have also put out the call on Storypark for children to each bring in a feather or two that they find around their home. I love the idea of making a human bird nest! Victoria Hackett August 24, 2020 Log in to Reply Let us know what you find and share on the outdoor classroom’s Facebook page. (or here) It would be fun to see the difference between birds in different parts of the world. Julie Lysher July 7, 2020 Log in to Reply I really enjoyed this workshop! You have inspired me! Lynn Carr July 7, 2020 Log in to Reply Victoria-I truly enjoyed this workshop! I love birds. One thought I had after recently being at the beach, was to tell children to watch for different birds when they visit different places. Huge Seagulls, Cranes, and other water birds were much different than the birds near my home. Also, I love to hear birds singing. Sharing that hearing the birds sing makes me happy would be a good introduction to more musical activities and even emotional issues. Talking with children about appreciating these beautiful creatures and the sweet sounds they make for us would also be a good topic for discussion. Thank you! Sincerely, Lynn Carr Victoria Hackett July 7, 2020 Log in to Reply Thrilled you enjoyed it! Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.