The Notebook of Birds – A Companion to The Big Book of Birds

(2 customer reviews)


Whether we live in the city or country, birds are all around us. They often fill our days with their songs and chatter. Help your kids learn about big birds, little birds, and lots of birds in between with The Notebook of Birds.

The Notebook of Birds is a Notebook Companion™ to The Big Book of Birds by Yuval Zommer, sold separately.

40 black & white pages

Optional Digital Add-Ons

Enhance this product by selecting the digital add-on.

  • *

    The Notebook of Birds Junior Digital Add-On $3.99
  • Add the digital download to your print order and save $3! *

    The Notebook of Birds – A Companion to The Big Book of Birds – Ebook Download $9.95

The Notebook of Birds - A Companion to The Big Book of Birds

It’s time to fly high and discover the world of birds!

Our notebooks make homeschooling simple for you. There is no prep work to worry about!

Simply grab a copy of The Big Book of Birds (sold separately) and The Notebook of Birds and work through them at the pace that is right for your homeschool.

Your students will have fun drawing, sketching, and labeling illustrations of the birds they learn about. Plus, our open-ended questions provide the perfect opportunity to practice written narration and reinforce the information being covered.

Students will learn about bird anatomy, flightless birds, water birds, birds of prey, and much more.

Topics Covered Using The Notebook of Birds alongside The Big Book of Birds:

  • Bird Watching
  • Feathers and Flying
  • Birds on the Move
  • Bird Nests
  • Bird Eggs
  • Beaks and Feeding
  • Bird Calls & Songs
  • City Birds
  • Garden Birds
  • Bird Vocabulary
  • Great Gray Owls
  • Flamingoes
  • Magpies
  • Kingfishers
  • Flightless Birds
  • Secretary Birds
  • Parrots
  • Bald Eagles
  • Puffins
  • Albatrosses
  • Hummingbirds
  • Peacocks
  • Robins
  • Swans
  • Hoopoes
  • Red-Crowned Cranes

2 reviews for The Notebook of Birds – A Companion to The Big Book of Birds

  1. Melissa File

    I homeschool my 14 year old daughter who has Down’s Syndrome. We just finished the Notebook of Blooms and she couldn’t wait to move on to the Notebook of Birds! We enjoy the series immensely! It’s a learning activity that we do together… Reading and learning new facts and then drawing and coloring our versions of the birds! I highly recommend the series!

  2. Holly Carter

    We have been using The Big Book Of series for a couple years now with the corresponding Notebook Companions. These notebooks will not disappoint! My kids have loved the freedom to work ahead in a fun, free to express themselves, artistic way. This Notebook Companion, as well as all of the others in this series, are excellent resources for learning what they need to know in a way that draws them into the subject that they are learning about at the time.
    These notebooks are so versatile as well. One of my children does not like to illustrate animals so we simply print off a picture of that animal and she cuts, glues, and labels it, and she’s done!

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

The Big Book Series Notebook Companions are best suited to grades 3 and up due to the writing component of notebooking. But what if you have younger children you’d like to include in your studies?

With our Junior Notebooks, you CAN!

Our Junior Notebooks contain simple notebooking templates that cover each section of The Big Books, along with themed coloring pages to match what types of creatures you are learning about.

Younger children will be encouraged to write down whatever they’d like to after reading the books and draw/sketch pictures of what they are learning. Plus, what young child doesn’t love coloring?

notebook of birds junior pages

You may also like…