- Poster of ten eggs to scale: One against the blue background for clarity and one against the white background for saving ink.
- Bird egg matching game: Bird’s eggs are diverse, and so are the ways that bird parents care for them. In some species, both mothers and fathers are caring and attentive parents, who stay together for life and raise many broods of chicks together. In other species, only the mother takes care of the eggs and the chicks, and yet in other species, the father takes the role of an attentive parent. Use the egg matching game to find out more about the birds that lay them and their parenting styles. The game features thirty cards—ten bird cards, ten egg cards, and ten information cards—and two ways to play.
- Instructions for assembling the bird egg matching game cards into a book.
- Egg pop-up cards with a realistic depiction of an adult bird who lays it inside: Fourteen easy-to-assemble templates.
The birds included are American robin, Atlantic puffin, common magpie, common grackle, common loon, emperor penguin, emu, Eurasian nuthatch, ruby-throated hummingbird, and snowy owl.