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 first recommendation is to start with the trees around you. This translated to me that studying trees doesn’t cost anything.
Check out these nature study resources:
Nature Study & Outdoor Science Journal: The Thinking Tree Presents: A Creative Book of Observation, Drawing, Coloring, Writing & Discovery Through Nature – Fun-Schooling for All AgesNature Anatomy: The Curious Parts and Pieces of the Natural World (Julia Rothman)Tree Finder: A Manual for Identification of Trees by their Leaves (Eastern US) (Nature Study Guides)Keeping a Nature Journal: Discover a Whole New Way of Seeing the World Around YouThe Nature Connection: An Outdoor Workbook for Kids, Families, and ClassroomsThe Naturalist’s Notebook: An Observation Guide and 5-Year Calendar-Journal for Tracking Changes in the Natural World around YouLaws Guide to Nature Drawing and Journaling, The
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