Birds of Prey: A Printable Ornithology Game
What is the difference between an Emu, an Ostrich, and a Rhea?
Where do Secretarybirds live and what do they eat?
Birds of Prey is a card game in which players learn about ornithology & threats to current bird populations while they practice speed math skills. Players battle their birds in a quest to collect all of the cards! But watch out for MOB! cards, which will hand you an instant battle loss.
Contains: 72 unique bird cards, 12 MOB! cards, 12 blank cards, ideas to take the learning beyond original game play
Ages: Recommended age is 8+. Child must be able to recognize numbers 0-12, reading level is a level 6 (beginning of 6th grade) but reading skills aren’t necessary with adult help.
Time: 15-20 minutes
Each user will have a maximum of 2 downloads within 30 days. If you need to download a copy outside of the 30 day period please contact us at http://homeschoolgameschool.com/about/#contact.
Please purchase multiple copies (one copy per 3 players) for classroom & co-op use.
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