Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter
October 2016 – Weather – Keeping Records
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Contents of this edition of the newsletter include:
- Three weather and calendar related articles, two from contributors! (Shirley-Ann Vels and Lynn Seddon). My article includes a printable nature journal topper to get you started.
- October planning page with this month’s Outdoor Hour Challenge links, nature journal ideas, field trip ideas, and more.
- I have included an archive challenge: Outdoor Hour Challenge #10- Picnic. Use the ideas for some autumn outdoor time.
- As always, some of my favorite links and some show and tell from my Instagram followers.
Resources for your Nature Library: I have started to build a nature library store on Amazon that will feature by category my favorite nature study books and resources. Take a look and see if there is anything you would like to put on your wish list for your family’s nature study library: Handbook of Nature Study Nature Library Suggestions on Amazon.com. Note this is my affiliate store to items I personally recommend and have read or seen in person.
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As a parent, it is our responsibility and privilege to introduce the natural world to our children.