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.

Annette @ A Net in TimeFalling into Nature

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


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!

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 fallbacks that allow us to homeschool even in the midst of business, chaos and unforeseen situations.

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.

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.

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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