Nature Journals

What are Nature Journals?

NATURE JOURNALS

Follow the Questions

Follow the Questions Ask and follow a question to go on a nature journey of wonder and discovery. Example:  Sketching ...
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Observe a Group

Observe a group of 3 or more animals of the same species. Examples: ants, seagulls, roly poly bugs, dogs Record ...
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Letter C

Today, think of something that starts with the letter C that could be the focus of a nature investigation where ...
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Make a Map

Create a map of a large area or a small feature. Start by looking at the geography of the place ...
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Zoom In, Zoom Out

Choose a subject for your nature journal and prepare to zoom your observations in and out as you change your ...
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For Parents & Teachers...

WHY TEACH NATURE JOURNALS

Nature Journals encourage children to observe, think, question, write and draw about things in their environment. Learning to notice, record and analyze natural phenomena and patterns are important skills that promote both writing and critical thinking development. Teaching children to use their Nature Journal often empowers children to slow down and draw their own conclusions about what is going on in the world around them.

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