Scatter a variety of “food” shapes (such as toothpicks, marbles, beads, and crumpled paper) in the middle of the plate. Then give each person a cup to use as a “stomach”. Each person should then select a different tool (such as tongs, spoon, tweezers, or scissors) to use as a “beak”.
Discovery Cube’s “Bird Beak Adaptations”
Beaks have evolved to help birds most efficiently capture and process food. See how birds that eat nuts, sip nectar, spear fish, and hunt prey have different kinds of beaks to help them get their food most efficiently. The shape of its beak will tell you what a bird eats!
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