Plant Life Cycle Worksheets for Kids


If you have a visual learner and are learning about plant cycles then you are going to love this packet. Inside you will find printable cards that help teach each cycle, traceable words and a plant to label its various parts.   Head over to Living Life and Learning to get your free Plant Life Cycle Worksheets […]

FREE Wildflowers Unit Study and Lapbook


Your kids will love this free wildflower unit study and lapbook along with some hands-on ideas, crafts, lesson plans and fun activities. Hopefully, this will help your kids get excited about a fun nature study about wildflowers. Wildflowers are so beautiful and mysterious. It’s nice to know that like our kids, flowers aren’t perfect or orderly. They […]

FREE Printable Nature Spy Cards


Turn nature walks into a game with printable nature I Spy cards animal edition. Your toddlers, preschoolers (even you and older kids) will enjoy this family activity. Using these I spy cards create great moments and opportunities for introducing vocabulary. Click here for your free printable nature spy cards for preschoolers and toddlers from Spell Outloud. […]

FREE Printable Nature Scavenger Hunt for Toddlers


Take full advantage of the spring weather in your homeschool and print out this fun nature scavenger hunt for your toddler. This printable is super simple, easy and perfect for little learners who want to explore outside. You will love this perfect outdoor activity for toddlers. It is never to early to get your toddler […]

How to Study Trees


Use these awesome tips to study trees with your homeschool. There are so many things to learn in nature studies, and this help focuses on the Charlotte Mason way. Charlotte Mason recommends you start with the trees in your yard, and focus on these until your children can identify them by name. I like that […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Nature Journaling


Nature journaling allows your children to be creative with their own observations and nature studies then put those ideas down on paper. You can start your homeschool in journaling about nature as early as Kindergarten. Starting early allows our young child to learn more about hand-eye coordination, and the basic skills necessary for learning to draw […]

Exploring Math and Science in Your Own Backyard


There are many great ways to incorporate math and science concepts by exploring your very own backyard. Now that the weather is getting better, its a great opportunity to start using the outdoors to do math, science and even writing. Check out these great topics and ideas to do just this in your homeschool this Spring.Click here […]