Birds are the most extraordinary creatures in nature. For the baby, they will become an interesting object of study, because to observe how a living creature flies in the sky is not only interesting, but also fascinating.
For children, birds can become very interesting creatures, which you can watch tirelessly. Still, they fly! It is imperative that you help your child explore the world, tell about birds as much as possible.
Now there is a bunch of a variety of books with pictures and stories about each bird. It is worth visiting any bookstore to easily select an interesting copy.
But how interesting it will be if the kid can then consolidate his knowledge, and even thanks to an interesting educational game – a riddle.
In my childhood, this range of printed products was not. But mom had an encyclopedia of birds. It was not just a boring book with dry descriptions.
On the bright glossy pages hundreds (or even thousands – the book was thick) of colorful photos of various birds were located. From the tiniest hummingbirds to big ostriches.
Mom never allowed me to touch this book without her, because she cherished and treasured her. With bated breath, I waited for homework to end so that we sat down to leaf through these fascinating pages.
Mom read me descriptions, and I looked at the pictures, trying to remember as many kinds as possible.
It’s funny, but I still remember how terribly I was afraid of owls, although it was from them that I always asked my mother to start watching. In their imagination, then still childish, they seemed to me to be some kind of monsters, although now I consider them to be cute and beautiful birds.
Now I want to ask this book from mom to instill a similar interest in my son. I understand that modern children are hard to surprise, but if you make an effort and support them with fascinating riddles, then everything should work out!
Suggestions in order: stork, sparrow, crow, goose, woodpecker, turkey, cuckoo, pelican, rooster, bullfinch, owl, heron, ostrich, eagle, parrot.