In our icebox winter here in Minnesota, it’s hard to believe there are any birds flying north at this time! But a few species are beginning their journeys. If you’re talking about migration in your classroom, I’ve got two books you might want to share (and activities that go with both—just follow the links).
Also, check out this graphic on Cornell Lab of Ornithology. It’s awesome for showing kids (and adults) the variety and flow of birds migrating to and from and within the United States throughout the year. Cool!
[My Classroom Connections posts share a way to connect one of my books or poems to a classroom topic–often something timely that you might be covering in the next month or so. Please share this post if you have educator friends who might be interested–thanks!]