Oh boy do we love birds. We live in a semi-tree house, with the living area up in the tree canopy. This makes for a wild view of common birds jumping from branch to branch right outside of our windows. We have plenty of bird feeders to bring them right to our windowsills, and they’ve learned that our little family is not to fear.
Michael’s craft store had a sale on stickers, so I snagged some real-life images of common birds to make a matching set for her to play around with. This lesson is so super easy it’s ridiculous.
We love natural materials, so I also used river rock in place of tiles. I keep these finished beauties in a pretty moss-covered basket on our coffee table, so that Stella (3) can match them or play a memory game at will – she also loves to find the picture of the bird that currently nibbles on the bird feeders.
This proves there is much more to these than just looking at pictures! It creates an awareness for the environment, which is exactly what my intention is…
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