Nature Study (Noun) is the practical study of plants, animals and natural phenomena as a school subject. It is also a very popular subject among home educating families. Today the Schoolhouse Review Crew would like to share some of their resources with you.
“Knowledge in one “subject” helps us to understand another. All the information your children are gathering in their nature study lessons, and the habits of observation they are acquiring, will form an excellent foundation for their future education” – Charlotte Mason Companion page 259
Chareen from Every Bed of Roses shares some thoughts on is Winter Nature Study Possible and an Ultimate List of Nature Study resources for your Homeschool
Jennifer from A Peace of Mind shares Growing ‘Em
Over at Farm Fresh Adventures Lisa shares Life Cycles: Part 2~ Ff Frog
Bethany from Little Homeschool Blessings has Starting ~Spring~ Nature Notebooks with Wax Paper Envelope Tutorial, Nature Scavenger Hunt at the Park with lots of Friends and a Bee Study.
Brenda from Counting Pinecones shares The Tale of 3 Little Birds
Leah over at As We Walk Along the Road shares A Charlotte Mason Education: Incorporating Nature Study
Tim over at Families Again shares Cades Cove and Pigeon Forge With Three Unique and Crazy Boys and Lions and Tigers and Bears! Oh my!
Rebecca from Raventhreads shares Dandelion: A Spring Nature Study
Rebekah at There Will Be A $5 Charge For Whining shares Mr. Frog (went a courtin?): A Nature Study
Karen from Tots and Me shares School Time with My Father’s World: Bb Butterfly
Annette from A Net In Time shares thoughts on How Nature study looks in our Household
Over at Ben and Me Marcy shares some thoughts on Why Study Nature?
They must be let alone, left to themselves a great deal, to take in what they can of the beauty of earth and heavens. – Charlotte Mason