Summertime exploration of nature is exactly what our kids should be learning outdoors during their homeschool break. What is awesome is that kids can explore nature just about anywhere, but even as close as your very own garden outside your home. This FREE printable garden scavenger hunt to help your kids discover nature in your garden can help you.
Use this summer time to get busy pulling weeds, digging in the dirt, planting fruits, flowers, and vegetables, and discovering all of what nature has to offer in your very own garden.
We can keep our kids away from gardening and call it “our” thing or we can bring them into our world and help promote their interest in gardening and nature all around them.
This scavenger hunt is a great hands-on activity to encourage young and new children gardeners to explore and use their observation skills in the garden. Kids can’t read yet? No problem. Non-readers can also enjoy this fun, educational activity scavenger hunt for times when we aren’t pulling weeds and tending to the fruits & vegetables.
Grab your FREE printable garden scavenger hunt to discover nature in your garden from Faith and Good Works.
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