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Outdoor Hour Challenge – Spring Earthworm Study

Outdoor Hour Challenge:

Spring Earthworm Study

We are going to be outside this week looking for earthworms. The Handbook of Nature Study suggests going out at night with a flashlight to look for worms but we find them just digging around in our garden boxes. Ask your children if they know where there are any earthworms.

Spring Earthworm Study – Make sure to find all the suggestions for worm observations in this entry.

Earthworm Nature Journal Topper – Find a nature journal prompt in the May Newsletter that will help you record your earthworm observations.

Special Activity:

If you have a child who is super into worms and they would like to see a YouTube video of an earthworm dissection, here is a link: Earthworm Dissection.

Getting Started Suggestion:

If you already own the Getting Started ebook, complete Outdoor Hour Challenge #3.  Take some time this week to use the suggestions in this challenge to focus on making a drawing in your nature journal. It can feature your earthworm study or anything else your child finds during your outdoor time that interests them. 

Handbook of Nature Study Ultimate Naturalist Library

 

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  1. Is there a May newsletter and if so how do I access it?

    1. If you are a member, it is in the members area in the newsletter section. You will just need to log into your account and then go to the members area on the blog.

      The newsletter link each month comes in a separate email to subscribers on the first day of the month. If you are a subscriber, it will come to you automatically. I have had a few people say the email went to their spam box.

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