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Instructions to make a bird feeder
Winter is a tough time to be a bird. There isn’t much daylight and food is sparse so it’s hard to find enough to eat. In this instructional text for Year 2 and P3, linking to the topics living things and habitats and biodiversity and Interdependence, pupils learn how to make an eco-friendly bird feeder using a recycled plastic milk carton.
This downloadable reading pack includes:
- Two differentiated A3 reading spreads for you to print.
- Reading comprehension question and answer sheets, differentiated using our magnifying glasses key (on the bottom right). One magnifying glass indicates easier and two means harder.
Animals including humans, Living things and habitats
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