Bird Science


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Let kids’ imaginations run wild with these fun and educational science projects! Through hands-on activities, the Bird Science Discovery Box teaches kids about birds, from the songbirds to waterfowl, to raptors and more! Young ornithologists can look forward to crafting Mexican Spotted Owl and Whooping Crane Endangered Species Puppets, designing bird-protecting Window Clings, making different types of bird feeders, and more! (*contains allergen-free sunbutter to make a pine cone feeder).

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16 reviews for Bird Science

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    both my children did the activities and they did NOT want my involvement as they felt empowered to do it themselves.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5


    Unique ideas we typically don’t do – not your average crafts

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Overall this is totally worth the investment because they are always different and unique so I think it is a great value!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    mostly I am so impressed that the boxes keep getting better. Just when I think you can t too yourself, you do!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Love this concept! This was our first box and it was so well done.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5


    Thanks for teaching me how to be an AMAZING parent! Your products have inspired me to do more science this year with my kids and they think that I m amazing. Thanks.

  7. Rated 4 out of 5


    loved it and we had a lot of un using it

  8. Rated 4 out of 5


    Very kid-friendly. My daughter was able to do the projects with no help from me and she really enjoyed doing it.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5


    The bird puppets were fun and easy enough for my 4 year old son to do.

  10. Rated 4 out of 5


    Like the creative ideas. Finished products are great.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5


    Your boxes makes life much easier on our family. I m so thankful that you out all these great projects together and I don t have to come up with ideas on my own. So helpful for tips non-crafty mom!

  12. Rated 5 out of 5


    My girls loved this birdie themed box. Dad helped them with the window clings when I was not home and they had fun and were very excited to show me the finished art. We made the bird puppets together and my 4 year old did the spotted owl on her own based on the picture guide. I had to help my almost 3 year old with the glue dots and proper placement of the bird features for the crane but they were both happy in the end and proud of their puppets. The bird seed project was fun too although I did all the cooking I let them pour in the ingredients and of course pick the perfect place to hang our bird feeders! Overall a great set of activities!

  13. Rated 5 out of 5


    The window clings were fun and I liked how they protect birds from crashing into our windows.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5


    I really like that your projects are environmentally responsible and it s a huge plus that they are so fun!

  15. Rated 2 out of 5

    Helen L.

    We have loved all of our Discovery boxes to date, but not this one! I’m so disappointed that gelatine was included in the bird feeder projects. We are vegetarians and do not use gelatine in our house so we couldn’t do this project.

  16. Rated 4 out of 5

    PF Strong

    These were great projects for my 3.5 year olds to do. They loved the bird puppets and that lead to a conversation about “keeping forests for animals to live in.” The window clings were fun and worked! The kids were so proud to make their own window clings, too. We are saving the bird seed project until it gets a bit cooler and the birds don’t have as many food options. My kids also liked learning What animals qualify as a bird, which is included in the enclosed card. I ranked this as four star because we did not received the paint you bird feeder in our kit, although it is shown here. We did received our kit as part of a subscription program. If all projects shown were included I would have rated this five stars. Most of the project in this kit could be completed by my 3.5 year olds with a little assistance. I think an average 5 year old could do them mostly unassisted.

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