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100 birds in a tree

The figures 1 to 100 are represented by tens of Quebec birds:

  • 10 Snowy owls
  • 10 Ruby-throated hummingbirds
  • 10 Barn swallows
  • 10 Cardinals
  • 10 American robins
  • 10 Blue jays
  • 10 American goldfinches
  • 10 Owls
  • 10 Red-bellied woodpeckers
  • 10 Cedar waxwings

This set also includes 4 sets of the figures 0 to 9, as well as basic mathematic symbols (+, -, =).

Board size: 37” x 24”

This product is made from high-quality magnetic materials, it is long-lasting and adheres easily to boards. You can also colour it in and write on it using non-permanent pens.

We would like to thank the preschool professionals who worked with us on the development of this product, which has been tested and approved in a pre-school setting.

  • Marie-Josée Cusson, Preschool teacher, Commission scolaire des Deschenes, Bruyère-St-Charles School.
  • Renée Dubois, Preschool teacher, Commission scolaire de St-Hyacinthe, St-Hugues-St-Marcel School.
  • Lyne Simard, Educational advisor, Commission scolaire De La Jonquière, Chicoutimi.
  • Mijanou Beaumier, Pre and elementary school teacher, Commission scolaire de St-Hyacinthe, St-Hugues-St-Marcel.
  • Sophie Croteau, Elementary school teacher, Commission scolaire des PharesDes Beaux-Séjours School.
  • Chantale Boily, Elementary school teacher, Commission scolaire de Montréal, Charles Lemoyne School.
  • Chantal Dubé, Preschool teacher, Commission scolaire de St-Hyacinthe, St-Rosalie School.
  • Guylaine Caplette, Preschool teacher, Commission scolaire de Montréal, Sainte-Louise-de-Marillac School.
  • Marie-Hélène René, Preschool teacher, Commission scolaire de Montréal, Laurier School.
  • Nathalie Maurice, Preschool teacher, Commission scolaire de MontréalNotre-Dame-de-Grâce School.
  • Odette Roy, Preschool teacher, Commission scolaire de Montréal, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce School.
  • Rachel Primeau, 1st grade teacher, Commission scolaire de Montréal, St-Martyrs-Canadiens School.
  • Isabelle Lauzier, Elementary school teacher, Commission scolaire de Montréal, Charles Lemoyne School.


SKU: IZD-P-MA-ARBRE100 Category:

100 birds in a tree is an educational tool ideal for teaching numbers and counting at preschool, nursery and elementary level. Children can learn through touch, making it a very versatile tool.  We suggest the following teaching approach: To start with, the figures 1 to 100 are covered by bird families. Each day, the teacher should take down a bird and reveal the number underneath, they should then place the bird in the nest and write down the number on the unit label. Once 10 birds from the same family are in the nest, they’ll be so squashed that you’ll have to send them to the bird feeder. A family photo should be attached to the bird feeder and the unit of ten indicated on the label provided for that purpose. When the last bird flies away, a special sign covering the tens and units should be attached and you should celebrate the 100th day! Izamo Design recommends storing flat or carefully rolling this product, ensuring that the image is on the outside, to avoid damaging the surface.



1 review for 100 birds in a tree

  1. Jacklynn

    Most help articles on the web are inaccurate or inehncreot. Not this!

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