Fall Into Nature

fall into nature

Brandy @ Kingdom Academy HomeschoolFun Fall

While I love to see pictures of the trees in the northern parts of the country, I love what Fall brings to my Florida home.

Kathy @ Kathys Cluttered MindPumpkin Patch Fun

Last week we had a fun visiting a local pumpkin patch. And of course we turned it into an educational lesson too!

Annette @ A Net in TimeFalling into Nature

Come along with me as I show you how we fall into nature in our homeschool journey.

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Leah @ As We Walk Along the Road – The Beauty of Nature in the Fall

But I must admit there are some beautiful sites in nature during the fall. Even summer lovers like me who hate to see fall slide in and end the greatest season, have to admit that God has filled nature with beauty in fall.

 

Kristina @ School Time Snippets – Baby Play: Exploring Nature

The weather is about to take a turn for the worst here in the Midwest; true Fall-ish weather will be here before we know it! Thankfully we have taken advantage of the few beautiful days left and all the beauty that Fall brings. I didn’t want my baby boy to miss out so I set up a nature exploration activity in our backyard.

 

Laura @ Loving and Learning on the High PlainsPhoto Scavenger Hunt: Fall into Nature

This fall we enjoyed a sunny day break to count the signs of fall, with the camera!

Rebekah @ There Will Be a $5 Charge for Whining – Pumpkin Palooza

There was a bumper crop of Pumpkins on the farm this year. Come see all the fun we’ve had investigating, exploring and eating our Pumpkins!

Dana @ Luv’N Lambert Life – A Bit of Fall Pinspiration

Those who know me know that I am a Pinterest addict! I have so many links pinned there: things to do, make and enjoy, from seasonal things to homeschooling. It’s one of my favorite places to visit for inspiration.
So for this blog post, I am going to share some Fall Pin-spiration!

 

Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break — A Wildlife Refuge Photojournal

Fall is a favorite time to take a family vacation, and it often works out very well to include a field trip on vacation that allows us to enjoy nature and the outdoors without making a huge production of it. You see, my kids don’t like to hear the word “educational” when they are on vacation.

Lisa @ Golden Grasses – 7 Things 2 To 2 Stay Motivated 2 Homeschool

Our life has been spectacularly busy and yet we continue to homeschool. I have tried and true fall-backs that allow us to homeschool even in the midst of business, chaos and unforeseens.

 

Dusty @ To the Moon and Back – Field Trip: Apple Orchard and Cider Mill {includes apples study resources}

It’s the time of year! Apples, apples everywhere! How better a way to enjoy them than to travel to an orchard?

 

Carol @ Home Sweet LifeFall in the Forest

This tree reminds me of an Ent!

Brandi @ Autumnfawn Lane3D Autumn Art: Paper Bag Tree

Replicate nature in your home with a festive, fall art project! 3-D Paper Bag Trees are super easy and fun for kids to make.

Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses —  Compost in a Bottle {science experiment}

Nature Study in a bottle for the winter months. Here is a step by step tutorial to make compost in a bottle.

Wren @ FinchnWrenPumpkin Patch

Join us for a beautiful day in the country at a pumpkin patch!

Lexi @ Lextin Academy —  Monarch Migration

Nature study is not my forte but we live in south Texas and this is the season for monarchs to migrate. This week we’ve taken a butterfly walk every day. It looks like it is snowing butterflies in our neighborhood. This is nature that I can handle! I sense a unit study in the making!

Karen @ Tots and MeFall into Nature: Fall Leaf Frames

Even though fall means warmer weather is disappearing and winter is on its way, it is my favorite season. I love that it is not so sweltering hot anymore. But best of all, we get to use the leaves for crafts.

Anne Marie @ Future Flying Saucers – Fun Fall Service Project

I’m always on the lookout for simple, meaningful service opportunities; especially those I can do with my kids. With a focus on those who may not have loved ones near-by, these pumpkins are an easy way to take and leave a smile.

Marcy @ Ben and MeCelebrate Fall with a Nature Study {free printable}

Inside you’ll find a scavenger hunt, nature journaling pages, and nature activity pages for all 4 seasons, a total of 20 pages.

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