Falcon Study for Grades K–2

Topics in our K-2 collection of falcon-study activities include learning about birds of prey, camouflage as a survival adaptation, habitat, life cycles.

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Bird Fact Sheet for K-2 Students

This two-page, illustrated fact sheet helps Missouri primary students answer the question, "What is a bird"?

Bird of Prey Fact Sheet for K-2 Students

This one-page fact sheet helps Missouri primary students learn the key differences between birds of prey and other birds.

Camouflage Activities for K–2 Students

Three activities help Missouri primary students learn how camouflage adaptations help prey animals hide from predators.

Falcon Habitat Activity for K–2 Students

This activity helps Missouri's primary students understand that falcons need homes and habitat, just as people do.

Falcon Study Vocabulary for K–2 Students

This short vocabulary list helps Missouri's primary students learn key words associated with falcon study.

Hungry Hawk Activity for K–2 Students

Illustrations challenge Missouri's primary students to link the hungry hawk with its preferred food.

Hunting Maze Activity for K–2 Students

Maze challenges Missouri's primary students to trace the hawk's path to its prey.

Life Cycle Activity for K–2 Students

This activity challenges Missouri's primary students to compare the life cycles of wild turkeys and peregrine falcons.