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Homeschool Nature Study: Free Notebook Page For The Last Days of Summer

Enjoy a last days of summer homeschool nature study free notebook page. Let’s soak up these last sunny and glorious days, have fun and make memories together as a family.

Backyard Garden Retreat
I am still working in the garden…picking beans and watering.

Many of you have gone back to school already but we need to remember that it is still officially summer until September 23. There is still time to get outside and do a few more summer activities, making some family memories.

I made up a notebook page for you to download to remember to have some fun while the summer weather is still around.

Summer Lake Fun
The boys have convinced us to go to the lake a few more times to wakeboard.

I am not ready to give up on summer yet! My boys are ready to hit the lake a few more times and we are going camping and hiking too.

Last Days of Summer Homeschool Nature Study Free Notebook Page

Homeschool Nature Study members already have this page in your Summer Outdoor Hour Curriculum course. Not yet a member? You can download the notebook page, below and sample the Outdoor Hour Challenges:

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    As we also look forward to autumn nature study and all the joys of nature study for your homeschool year.

    For even more homeschool nature study ideas for all seasons, join us in Homeschool Nature Study membership! You’ll receive new ideas each and every week that require little or no prep – all bringing the Handbook of Nature Study to life in your homeschool!

    Be inspired. Be encouraged. Get outdoors!

    First shared by Barb August 2011 and updated by Tricia August 2022

    Tricia and her family fell in love with the Handbook of Nature Study and the accompanying Outdoor Hour Challenges early in their homeschooling. The simplicity and ease of the weekly outdoor hour challenges brought joy to their homeschool and opened their eyes to the world right out their own back door! She shares the art and heart of homeschooling at You ARE an ARTiST and Your Best Homeschool plus her favorite curricula at The Curriculum Choice.

    14 thoughts on “Homeschool Nature Study: Free Notebook Page For The Last Days of Summer

    1. Oh, I love, love, love this! Thank you!

    2. I hope you have a great end to your summer…you have had some rough spots. We are still trying to fit in quite a few things before autumn is officially here and I printed out the notebook page and put it on our refrigerator as a reminder.

    3. Thank you so much! This is just what we needed!

    4. Thank you!!! I needed some of these suggestions. My favorite is the flashlight tag. I loved it as a kid and I had forgotten all about it. I know my son will love that one. I can’t wait to share it with him.

    5. Perfect! That is what we will do too – it’s printing now and I’m going to stick it on the fridge. Thank you!!

    6. Thanks Barb! There are definitely a few things that we still want to be sure to make time for…it is going on our bulletin board now 🙂

    7. this is great! we have gone back to the books, but still enjoying the beautiful weather in the afternoon 🙂

    8. Thanks Barb! Very cute page with wonderful end of summer ideas! Enjoy your day.

    9. I agree barb!!

      We are not starting HS until labor day. We are going to squeeze in some more summer goodness, fall and winter will be here all to soon! 😉

      Going to a cabin next week, looking forward to all of the nature studies!!
      Love carissa

    10. Love it!!! Thank you so much!!!!!!

    11. Thanks Barb! My kids are excited to make a few more sumer memories!

    12. LOve it! THanks for the reminder that summer is still here!

    13. Barb this is so awesome! I am going to give this to our co-op kids and have them see how many they can do in the next week! Thanks for sharing.
      Monica

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