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Outdoor Hour Challenge – Winter Wonder Revisited

Outdoor Hour Challenge Winter Wonder @handbookofnaturestudyOutdoor Hour Challenge

Winter Wonder Revisited – Archive and in More Nature Study Winter ebook

This week we will ease back into our winter nature study using a simple nature walk idea from the archives. Click over to read the full challenge, including a bit of reading in the Handbook of Nature Study. If you are new to the OHC, this is going to be a great place to start because even if you don’t have snowy weather you can still complete this challenge that will help you see your local winter weather and wonders with your children.

Winter Wonder Outdoor Hour Challenge journal page
Winter Wonder Notebook Pages in the More Nature Study – Winter Ebook

Keep it simple and just take a Winter Wonder walk this week. If you are a more seasoned nature study type family or you have older students, make sure to read the “advanced study” ideas in the challenge.



Outdoor Hour Challenge Winter 2016 More Nature Study

If you are interested in purchasing an Ultimate Naturalist Membership at this time, you will gain access to the custom notebooking pages that go along with each of the challenges in the ebook.

Ultimate Naturalist Library June 2016 @handbookofnaturestudy

Note: You do not need to purchase the ebook to participate but they are handy to have for planning and for the regular and advanced notebook pages included in each one. Click the graphic at above to go over to check out the Ultimate Naturalist Library membership.

Spring Plans!

We will be working through a new series of wildflower challenges starting in April using a new ebook that will publish sometime in March. The new wildflower ebook will also be added to the Ultimate Naturalist Library so if you purchase a membership now, you will have the new ebook as soon as it is available. I will posting details about the new ebook soon.

4 thoughts on “Outdoor Hour Challenge – Winter Wonder Revisited

  1. Hi, so for the printable silent walk, which link do I click on to access that? Thanks! (Also, I am having a hard time figuring out which ebooks I have to purchase and which ones are free. I’m assuming the ones that say “sample pages” are the ones that need to be purchased…) Just wondering if there is a way you can label the blog post FREE lol As a busy (and frugal) homeschool mom it’s hard for me to read so many articles but I’m doing my best to keep up with my emails haha There is just so much good info. out there – I like to quickly browse/scan over everything. : )

    1. All of the challenges are “free” in that they are found in my archives by clicking the tabs at the top of the website (or in each of the Friday posts). Or you can click winter and then scroll down and you will see the Winter Wonder challenge listed there. Click that link and you have all the information that is in the ebook except no printable notebook pages. Free challenges but not always free printables.

      The Silent Walk notebook page is as noted in the Winter ebook shown at the bottom of the post. If you have access to the Member’s Library, you will find it there.

      All of the ebooks are in the Ultimate Naturalist Library membership. There are no “free” ebooks but all of the challenges are in the archives. The challenge (without access to the notebook pages) is linked at the top of the post.

      Also, if you get my monthly newsletter, there is a planning page with all of the current months challenges listed with links directly to the website so one click gets you there.

  2. I like the idea of doing a Silent Walk. Would also like to explore some of the constellations and planets that are commonly seen at this time of the year.

    Did my Outdoor Mom’s Journal for January. We are definitely in the middle of winter with a huge swing in temperature – from 15 below zero to over 20 degrees today. We’ve had “dry,” fluffy snow and packable snow. Such a change from last year.

    1. Winter is so different in your part of the world. I am preparing my entry so look for it soon. Thank you so much for sharing your Outdoor Mom’s Journal.

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