Nature Book Club: Butterfly Life Cycle Watercolor Wheel Inspired by Maria Merian

Nature Book Club: Butterfly Life Cycle Watercolor Wheel Inspired by Maria Merian

Looking for a way to add some art to your butterfly learning plans? You’re going to love this butterfly life cycle art project inspired by naturalist Maria Sibylla Merian. *This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for further details.* ‘Tis the season for all things butterfly! Or, at least that’s[Read more]

Nature Book Club: Easy Telescope Craft for Kids

Easy Telescope Craft for Kids

Looking for simple ways to add some hands-on fun while you study space science with your kids? You’re in the right place! I’m sharing a quick and easy telescope craft you’re going to love! The best part is that it’s a fun way to become familiar with constellations and practice[Read more]

3 Simple Ways to Explore Nature When Winter Comes (+ FREE Printable Winter Scavenger Hunt!)

3 Simple Ways to Explore Nature When Winter Comes (+ FREE Printable Winter Scavenger Hunt!)

Looking for ways to get outside and explore nature during the cold winter months? You’re in the right place! Today I’m sharing three easy ways to explore nature when winter comes around. Better yet, I’ve also got a FREE Winter Scavenger Hunt Printable to share with you! *Post contains affiliate[Read more]

What to Read: Children’s Books About Seasons

Looking for ways to learn about winter, spring, summer, and fall with your kiddos? Good news: I’ve got a fun list of picture books about seasons to help you learn! *This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.* This list is broken down into five sections: children’s books about[Read more]

Nature Study for Beginners: 33 Easy Ideas to Help You Get Started

Nature Study for Beginners: 33 Easy Ideas to Help You Get Started

For the longest time, nature study was one of those things in our homeschool that I knew we should be doing. The problem was I really didn’t know where to begin. I felt completely inept, unprepared, and honestly, a bit like Shelly Long’s character in Troop Beverly Hills, minus the[Read more]