These Scarlet Macaw Books for Kids are sure to please and fascinate your children as they learn all about this awesome Rainforest Animal.
These books contain so much information about the Scarlet Macaw as well as stories about people from the Rain Forest.
The following Scarlet Macaw-themed books for kids cover all aspects of the home-school education coin – from picture books to workbooks; from learning to read up to chapter books! Be sure to check out the rest of my Reading: Book Recommendations for all Ages as well!
When it comes to learning about the rainforest, having great books on hand is a must! These are just a few of the learning resources that we love and use all the time!
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How many scarlet macaws are left in the world?
This number will vary depending on the year, but it is said that there are about 50,000 macaws left in the world right now.
What does scarlet macaw eat?
Macaws like to use their books to eat nuts and seeds. They’ll fill their tummies with berries as well. This is a great diet and gives them the chance to find lots of food in the rainforest.
Do you like learning about macaws? Here are some other great rainforest resources!
Let's Save the Scarlet Macaws in the Rainforest of Petén, Guatemala This trilingual coloring book (English, Spanish, Kek'chi) was prepared for young kids including the Kek'chi children of the Guatemalan rainforest. Children learn about saving the scarlet macaw for extinction. Ages 3 - 10
In The Last Flight of the Scarlet Macaw, award-winning author Bruce Barcott chronicles Sharon Matola’s inspiring crusade to stop a multinational corporation in its tracks. Ferocious in her passion, she and her confederates–a ragtag army of courageous locals and eccentric expatriates–endure slander and reprisals and take the fight to the courtroom and the boardroom, from local village streets to protests around the world.
The Scarlet Macaw is a beautiful bird - and the colors are amazing!In this book you will learn some facts about the Scarlet Macaw and see some full color photographs too!This bird is an awesome pet as long as you have enough space to keep one comfortable!The paperback version has coloring pages for your child!
The Scarlet Macaw Scandal (Nancy Drew (All New) Girl Detective Book 8) - Bess, George, and I volunteered to go to Costa Rica for some R&R: rest and research. See, Corcovado Ecologica, a popular resort and preserve, isn't only a beautiful getaway; it's also a great place to study three species of monkeys. Or so we thought.
This colorfully illustrated story has an easy to read rhyming sequence that will have your kids memorizing the pages and wanting you to read it over and over again. You’ll delight in seeing how momma macaw has to adjust to her own separation anxiety as she finds herself alone while her baby is off at school.
Each drawing lesson begins with a basic shape, such as a square, a circle, or a triangle, and progresses to a finished colored piece of artwork, making it easy for children to follow along. Along the way, engaging text describes interesting facts about each bird and butterfly. Includes birds such as flamingo, peacock and Kingfisher and butterflies such as Monarch, Red Admiral and Adonis Blue.
A toucan's beak is actually light as a feather due to its honeycomb construction. And not only is it beautiful, but it's an extremely useful tool in foraging for food. Find out more fascinating facts in this remarkably illustrated study of bird beaks. Learn about several different birds, their habitats, and how their beaks are uniquely styled to help them survive.
A true account of the antics and incredibly intelligent behavior of this largest member of the parrot family, which took place in college professor Wolfe's office at New York University. Mac's hilarious and surprising tricks and 150+ word vocabulary made him the "clown of the campus" and a prime attraction for students and faculty alike, and later brought him nationwide fame.
Good Night Birds features hummingbirds, woodpeckers, peacocks, chickens, ducks, macaws, toucans, cockatoos, hawks, owls, penguins, puffins, eagles, robins, blue jays, and more. In this charming and educational board book, young readers explore the fascinating world of birds while learning bird names and exploring different types of habitats. No feather has been left unturned!