10 Tips for Successful Free Range Nature Study with Preschoolers

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Nature Study with Preschoolers

Being a Charlotte Mason-esque homeschooler, I strive to give the children lots nature exposure, but living in a suburban housing addition makes nature study difficult. Thankfully, there are several types critters that find their way into our yard on a regular basis. From toads and beetles to grasshoppers and dragonflies, my preschoolers love finding, catching, and observing critters of all kinds.

Nature study doesn’t have to be planned, stressful or expensive. In fact, it really should be just the opposite — natural, relaxing, and fun…

You’ll find the rest of my post about nature study with preschoolers over on the Bright Ideas Press Blog!

2 thoughts on “10 Tips for Successful Free Range Nature Study with Preschoolers

  1. Those are some great tips for nature studies with preschoolers. One of our favorites is making bird feeders. Thanks for stopping by and sharing on Littles Learning Link Up at Tots and Me

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