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New! Lilacs Mini Nature Study

If you are lucky enough to have lilacs in your area, you probably agree that they are one of the most lovely, fragrant blooms around.

We have a few bushes in our yard and THE SMELL! It’s one of my favorites, which is why I had to add a lilac nature study pack to the shop.

Flower activities

Lilacs have a rich history and I was pleased to discover that they held a special place in the hearts and homes of many famous names in history.

In this mini nature study pack, I’ve included a fact/anatomy page, recipes, an art activity and lilac color flash cards. (And it’s only 4 bucks!)

Lilac Mini Study

(The lilac would be a great plant to study for Exploring Nature With Children blossoms week.)

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Free Bird Migration Printable

Now that birds are chirping again and the robins and the hummingbirds have returned, I thought it would be the perfect time to create a bird migration nature study pack.

For freeeeeee!

Click on the link below for the instant download. Just my little way of saying *thank you* for supporting my little shop!

Bird Migration – Free Download

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The Adventure Begins

Hi there! I’m so glad you’re here.

We are just your typical homeschooling, mountain climbing, nature hiking and soon-to-be foster family. 😉 Our house is noisy, our yard is muddy and you can almost always find a lego in our washing machine. Or anywhere else, for that matter.

I never imagined being a boy mom. But now I’m getting used to wrestle parties, muddy boots and spending my days trying to keep them alive. Our boys are complete opposites in many ways – but they are both wild.

We use Classical Conversations combined with a lot of nature study, reading aloud and hands-on art projects. Our homeschool philosophy is less is more. Less curriculum, more time for doing the things that spark creativity and imagination. Less bookwork, more time in nature. Less pressure, more freedom. I am passionate about protecting my boys’ childhoods and fiercely protective of their time to play. Playing is learning.

I created this blog to come alongside others in the journey to find adventure and creativity in the everyday ordinary moments. Thanks for stopping by!