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Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter November 2012

November 2012 – Mammals
This edition of the newsletter is packed with loads of useful information and ideas for a study of mammals using the Handbook of Nature Study. Although there are many, many mammals that can be studied, I chose to limit my suggestions to those covered in the Handbook of Nature Study. The mammals listed in the HNS are many of the common mammals you may have contact with in real life or have in your neighborhood.

Contents of this edition of the newsletter include: 

  • Learning Styles – My contribution to the newsletter this month is on learning styles and how they apply to a study of mammals.
  • 2 articles contributed by OHC participants showing their urban nature study
  • Book review by an OHC participant – The Burgess Animal Book for Children
  • Interview with a new OHC Family – so very encouraging!
  • November Study Grid and Bookmark – Mammal Theme
  • 2 coloring pages
  • Show and Tell, Favorite Links, Winter Bundle Special Offer

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2 thoughts on “Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter November 2012

  1. Thank you for another lovely newsletter Barb. They always start my month off on the right note!

  2. I especially love the learning style grid – so very helpful and I will refer to this often! Thank you.

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