I have a 9,7, and 4 year old. We all love this game. Easy to play and fun to learn new facts about birds. I bought it to go with our Bird unit, but we play it all the time. Beautiful cards and fun.
We’re really enjoying this game. We love the pictures and the animal facts. You’re kids are practicing continents/geography, along with the game, and it’s just an absolute perfect example of an interdisciplinary learning game. No one does it better.
I was very curious about this, due to my husband being a falconer, and I have been very impressed. My kids love it!
This is a great addition to our bird unit. The quality of the cards is excellent, as well as, the photographs. I’m impressed with this game.
This game includes 64 amazing cards designed to help children recognize, identify, and learn about the unique characteristics of these intriguing birds of prey, also known as raptors. In this game we cover eight types of birds of
prey, sharing not only beautiful images of each bird, but also interesting facts about the bird’s habits and habitat. Each type of bird of prey has a color group to help younger children identify which birds fall into each type of raptor. Symbols for each category are also included for players with color vision deficiency.
This game is suggested to accompany our Birds Science unit.
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