Nature Study

Winter Scavenger Hunt | from Blue Bells and Cockle ShellsScavenger hunts are great way to get kids outdoors.

As kids find the things they’re looking for, they can just cross them off or they could photograph them, sketch them in their nature journals, or even save the treasures for a nature table at home. The options are limited only by your imagination. I am trying to design a scavenger hunt for Sola every season. This winter scavenger hunt is geared towards children aged 6 – 9. (Click here or on image above to download.) If you enjoy our winter scavenger hunt, you might also want to check out our spring scavenger hunt or fall scavenger hunt.

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Have you ever gone on a scavenger hunt with your kids? Was it a nature scavenger hunt? I hope you enjoy this scavenger hunt!

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Autumn Scavenger Hunt - Free Printable | from Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

. Scavenger hunts are another great way to get kids outdoors. As kids find the things they’re looking for, they can photograph them, sketch them in their nature journals, or even save the treasures for a nature table at home. The options are limited only by your imagination. I am trying to design a scavenger […]

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A Dandelion Clock | from Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

Have you ever heard of a dandelion clock? Legend has it that the time is told by how many breaths it takes to blow all the seeds of a dandelion puff (so if takes three puffs to blow the seeds off, it means that it is three o’clock). You must be careful though, as fairies […]

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First Grade Nature Stories | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

Science in Waldorf first and second grades consists primarily of nature study. Nature stories are a big component of Waldorf inspired nature study. Ideally the stories would be about animals in your area so that your child can connect the stories to what he sees on nature walks and in your yard or other surroundings. […]

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