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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Join us as my 2nd grader, preschooler and I work in our nature journals! On this spring day, we are focusing on dandelions, black locust trees, and groundhogs. Resources linked below. Resources: *Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock: *Nature Anatomy (not shown in video, but wonderful resource!): *Art notebook we use for our nature journals: *Herb fairies: *Herbal Roots Zine: *Herbal Adventures: *The pretty book on the table is The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady. I recommend looking for it at thrift shops and used book sales, but you can also get it online here: DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you. I appreciate your support! If you liked this video… **Nature Study with Young Children: **Herb Fairies Review & How We Use it in Our Homeschool: _____________________________________________________ Music: Light Thought var 4 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist: Easy Seas by Chris Haugen, from YouTube’s Audio Library _____________________________________________________ Hi! I’m Julia. I am a homeschooling Mom to my three fun little people. Our homeschool has elements of Montessori and Charlotte Mason, with a little Waldorf thrown in. We recently moved to Vermont where we are starting a large kitchen garden and home orchard and trying to live more seasonally and sustainably. Come join us on our journey! Here are some other places you can find me! JULIA IN THE GARDEN (My garden & orchard channel): BLOG: INSTAGRAM: SHOP USBORNE BOOKS: Video Rating: / 5 MBJH TED-Ed Club member and TEDxYouth@MBJH […]


  • KuddlyKisses 1 month ago

    This is SO much better than public school! I wish I could have been home-schooled ♥

  • Graced with Girls 1 month ago

    New subscriber here and homeschooling mom to four girls! We are just starting nature journaling and you video was so helpful! Thanks for sharing!

  • Jessica Caporuscio 1 month ago

    This was so much fun!! Hopefully you can video it monthly for us!? Thank you for sharing!

  • R Richards 1 month ago

    Inspiring video. We have been doing nature journalling for 6 years, since my daughter was 3. It's so neat to look back through them, and even better when pages are dated and labeled. It is so easy to put other studies and activities before nature journalling and yet it is so beneficial and worthwhile. Thanks for sharing.

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