Nature journals are a great addition to your nature studies. They are a place for your kids to keep track of the things they learn, see, and do while they are in nature. Whether that’s drawing, writing or doing a combation of both in their journals.
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Nature Journals for Kids
Your nature journals are going to be the special place where you are going to record all the interesting things you see, smell, hear, feel, eat and wonder about, through the year.
You can use your journal at home or on your nature walk. You might like to plan one morning each week when you update your journal. You can fill your journal with notes, sketches, painting, poems, photographs, pressed flowers and leaves, and make it a glorious record of a year in nature.
This 25-page nature journal is designed to help you and your children become familiar with the plants and animals in your own backyard or neighborhood. There are 5 pages each for the following: trees, flowers, invertebrates, animals, and birds.
For Earth Day and Every Day, use this Nature Journal to teach children about the environment. This is a great nature activity for your kids. It uses creative thinking and writing skills and encourages exploration of nature and the environment.
Follow Rin the Raccoon through your backyard to journal key items and amazing critters along the way. This is no ordinary kid’s activity book, this is a My Sketchventure journal! Drawing and sketching is an easy ways for kids to express their thoughts and experiences.