Parts of a Bird
Parts of a bird is an online activity to link the name of each part of a bird's body to its correct place. Numbers appear on the bird's body, and you must match the correct names to the names of each part of the bird's body. Join the head, beak, wing, feathers, leg or claw to its correct place on the bird's body and learn the anatomy of this beautiful species of animal, which is characterised by its ability to fly, propel itself through the air and glide. Birds are vertebrate animals that have feathers, two wings, two legs and a beak. Most of them fly and all are oviparous. Examples of birds are the eagle, parrot, goose, ostrich and stork. This activity is suitable for children in the 2nd and 3rd years of primary school, from 6 to 9 years old.