Colour colour what colour do you want?
Ask a Macaw he has so many to flaunt!!
ELP 3 had a rollicking time making a Macaw for their craft project. Macaws’ big size and vibrant colours make them hard to overlook. These social birds can create a racket when they feel so inclined, and their clownish ways are sure to draw attention. Although their large beaks can be intimidating, a well-socialized macaw can be a friendly and affectionate companion. Macaws are known as the giants of the parrot world. Macaws have long tail feathers as well as big beaks. Macaw adaptations include large, curved, powerful beaks designed to crack open hard nuts and seeds. The children used materials like chart, colour papers, marker and glue for the activity. The cut outs of the various body parts of the magnificent bird were handed out to each student and they had to assemble them to give shape to the bird. The kids were totally engrossed as they completed the collage of their Macaw. They were super excited when the bird was completed. This activity introduced them to the art of making collage and also they learnt a lot of information about the Macaw.