Hummingbirds 🌹🚍 Virtual Field Trips
Students will enjoy learning about these amazing little birds! Have fun learning more about hummingbirds! 🌹🚍
Hummingbirds are amazing creatures! I am fortunate to have several that return to my yard each year in late April. We get to enjoy seeing them feed from the flowers and feeders in our yard until September when they migrate south for the winter.
Did you know that hummingbirds are the smallest migrating bird? There are about 360 species of hummingbirds, they are the only birds that can fly backwards, and their average weight is less than a nickel! The name hummingbird comes from the humming sound that their wings make. Hummingbirds have a fantastic memory and will return to the same feeder every year and we look forward to their return each spring. I am excited to share these facts and many more with my students as we learn all about these fascinating little birds! I hope that you and your students enjoy them, too.
This Google slide deck includes 4 different virtual trips and uses embedded videos. It also includes a linked image in the bottom right corner to return to the menu slide. It is best used in Present mode with the teacher sharing their screen. As always, teachers should preview the trips before using to determine what best fits the needs of their class. I hope that these virtual trips are enjoyed by you and your students.
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