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Imagine being able to create a bird of your own. What colour would it be? Where would it live? What sound would it make? Would it have a special skill? Learning Resources has teamed up with Nest Friends and we’re giving you the chance to create a bird. Let your imagination fly because there are three im-peck-able prizes to be won including a first prize bundle worth £80!
How to create a bird and enter:
Visit Nest Friends and download the Nest Friends bird free colouring sheet. Print it out and get creating. You can use paints, pencils, stickers, feathers and more. The more creative, the better! It’s your bird, after all and you can be as inventive as you like. Once you’ve completed your bird, ask an adult to upload it to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and tag these accounts:
- Instagram: @nestfriendsofficial and @learningresourcesuk
- Facebook: @nestfriendsofficial and @Learning ResourcesLtdUK
- Twitter: @nestfriendtweet and @lruk
Or email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you can win:
Learning Resources is giving away a bird-inspired first prize bundle worth £80 containing:
We’re also offering two runner-up prizes of a Birds in a Nest Sorting Set worth £22.50.
Create a bird and learn
Birdwatching is a fun learning activity for families. Our neighbourhoods, city parks and countryside woodlands are filled with fascinating feathered friends.
People who study birds are called ornithologists and you can learn all about how to become a citizen scientist ornithologist by reading our blog post on How To Be a Birdwatcher. Here you’ll learn about what equipment you need to watch birds and how to attract birds to your garden by making a tasty super seedy bird cake.
Did you know that each bird species not only looks unique, but also sounds unique? When you visit Nest Friends, you can hear what the most popular British birds sounds like. Why not take a listen and then head out with a pair of our GeoSafari Jr. Kidnoculars Extreme? These special binoculars made for kids have a built-in microphone and audio so they can hear what they see. Print out our free Nature Spotter Bird Activity Sheet and tick off the birds you find.
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Competition Winner – Rainbow Corn
Rainbow Corn lives on the magical Rainbow Island and loves popcorn!
Scarysaurus lives in the entrants pocket and eats cheese!
Rainbow lives in the sky and eats ice cream!