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RSPB First Birds

Price: iPhone/iPad - Paid

Teacher Overview

Learn fascinating first facts of birds, and add bright, animated stickers to wildlife scenes in RSPB First Birds app.

Teacher Review

With more than 40 screens of amazing activities, RSPB First Birds allows you to add animated stickers, draw your own bird, listen and watch videos.

The app is divided into different scenes where children might encounter birds: the garden, park, countryside, seaside and river. Each has a number of birds to investigate, from robins and blue tits to mallards, buzzards and barn owls.

For each bird, children can read a few key facts, watch a video; colour in or trace their own version; and set them as “spotted” or “favourites”.

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Developer Description

A brilliant introduction to birds, in conjunction with the RSPB.

This exciting and fully interactive app will engage your child in the wildlife around them! Colour in the birds, watch video footage and listen to their songs. Learn fascinating first facts, and add bright, animated stickers to wildlife scenes. With more than 40 screens of amazing activities!

If you like stickering, drawing, tracing, colouring, videos and animation this is the app for you! It will help you easily spot wildlife when you’re out and about.

ACTIVITY TYPES INCLUDE

  • Add animated stickers to beautiful habitat scenes
  • Name and draw your own bird
  • Listen to the bird song of a robin
  • Watch videos of the birds you’ve seen in your garden
  • Carefully trace the outline of a bird
  • Colour in bird drawings
  • Keep a record of the birds you’ve spotted!

The RSPB is the UK’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home so that birds and wildlife can thrive again. By buying this app you are helping to fund the RSPB’s conservation work.

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