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Do you love to do nature study with your kids? I really love it and so do my kids. It’s great to have different options to change it up each year and get them interested again. Today I have a beautiful Nature Study Notebooking set for you.
Why We Love Nature Study
My kids love nature study. We are pretty casual about it, but always try to squeeze it in each week. Nature is an incredible place to learn science and learn about the world we live in. When kids spend time outdoors they are seeing so many wonders unfold before them. There are a million different things to study. It is incredibly beneficial for us to take moments to be still and just observe. Use your various senses to explore nature~ look, smell, touch, listen, sometimes even tasting! It is so healthy for us to be in the outdoors breathing in fresh air, letting our feet touch the grass, and getting sunshine.
We have kept nature journals in sketch books on and off for years now. My kids love to look back through their old drawings and see what they have done and how they have matured over the years. I also love using guided journals such as these printables. It helps kids to think a little differently than normal and gives them ideas for what to draw or observe.
What’s Included in the Printable
There are 22 different pages in this notebook. Each page has a different item in nature to study. Here’s what’s included:
- Fruits & Vegetables
- The Sky
- General Nature Study
- A Blank one to write in your own topics
This printable is a great one to download and print multiple copies for your kids. Each page includes a place to write a description of what you observe, a space for the date, time and season and the place that you observed it as well as a space for drawing a sketch of what was observed.
Each page has pretty nature-themed graphics and borders making it so appealing to young kids.
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