Each spring, we enjoy watching the robins return to Wisconsin. It’s a sure sign of spring! Well, except maybe this year when they arrived at the end of February, that was a bit early! We always have at least one pair of robins make a nest in our yard. It seems like after rain they start making a nest with the mud and grasses. I’ve taken pictures of the robin nest so I can share this miracle of spring with you. See the Robin Poster From Egg to Bird below and download your own copy.
It’s amazing how fast they create their nest and how perfect and beautiful it is. Currently, we have a nest on one of the eves by the garage. It’s a perfect spot because we can see that a bird is in the nest but they are undisturbed by all the coming and going of families to child care and children playing.
Try Play Dough Bird Tracks Preschool Activity or Bird Sounds Listening Game
This Robin Poster From Egg to Bird is a great addition to your spring science center or Bird and Egg preschool theme. We had the opportunity to watch a nest up close so I took photos of the eggs, little hatchlings, baby birds with their mouths open, and then a very full nest! Robins change and grow very quickly!
Make a Hello Spring Tree Wall Display
Below is a free printable poster showing the development of a robin.
Free Robin Egg to Bird Poster – Printable Download
Click here to download the free Robin From Egg to the bird poster: Poster
Montessori Inspired Bird Unit - Mama's Happy Hive
Tuesday 10th of May 2016
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