Keeping a nature journal is a wonderful way for children to record what they’ve seen, smelt, heard and touched while outside exploring. The great outdoors is a child’s greatest playground. Why not make it part of their education as well? Spending time outside with your children is important. They need to learn about the world they live in and experience is key.
Journaling is the perfect activity for your children to learn to keep their eyes and ears while spending time outside. The best part? They’ll be learning skills that will last a lifetime. No matter where you are, learning opportunities abound.
This Nature Journal was inspired by the Charlotte Mason homeschooling method and features a blank journal page, drawing activities and more.
All you need is to print your kids a copy and send them outside to explore!
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