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Planting a garden is another way to explore nature and attract wildlife to your yard. Start small with a container garden, or go big and take up half the backyard. Have fun with it ad add a touch of whimsy.
To document your nature discoveries, fill out a few notebooking pages or keep a garden journal. Don’t forget to take pictures!
Topics to Study
- plants – Botany
- insects – beneficial & harmful
- water cycle
Gardening with Kids
- 25 Ways to Garden with Kids
- Create a Kid’s Picking Garden
- Plant a Garden for Imaginary Play
- Build a Sunflower House
Printable Garden Journals
- Kids Gardening Journal & Worksheets
- Garden Classroom Journal
- My Garden Notes
- This Garden Journal
- Garden Journal Pages
- My Garden Journal
- Hobby Farms Garden Journal
- Seed Sowing Chart
Borrow Garden eBooks for free from the Open Library.
What do you study in your garden?
Have you grabbed your Holiday Nature Walks yet?
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