Let's Get Active : Learning about Birds (An illustrated activity book that teaches young learners all about birds)

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Publisher: TERI Press
ISBN: 9788179934340
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Number of Pages: 28

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Learning about Birds educates young learners about birds in an interesting, fun-filled format. It explains fascinating facts about blue jay, ostrich, dodo, and many more birds through various spot-the-difference, maze, dot-to-dot, and colouring activities, besides simple counting and writing exercises. Its easy-to-do, illustrated activities promote creative thinking and problem solving among young minds, making the title a fun supplement to their textbooks, while introducing them to nature through the world of birds.

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About the author


Eman Chowdhary was born and brought up in Patna. Thanks to her professor parents, she started reading when she could barely hold a book properly! As the natural progression of this reading habit, she joined the publishing industry and has been there since!

Table Of Contents

Introduction
Evolution
Polar Birds
Tropical Birds
Seabirds
Body and its Parts
Size
Diet
Eggs and Baby Birds
Flocking
Communication
Migration
Birds with Special Abilities
Flightless Birds
Bird Homes
Humans and Birds
Birds in Popular Culture
Save the Birds
Conclusion
Answers