The Seasons – A Year of Nature Journaling

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The Seasons Journal is a Charlotte Mason-inspired, guided nature journal and nature study curriculum for your little one to explore and record the four seasons – more than 200 pages of:

  • Hand-illustrated field guide posters and flashcards
  • Life cycle diagrams and nature facts
  • Journaling pages with discussion questions
  • Simple, fuss-free seasonal activities
  • Picture book suggestions
  • Seasonal poetry
  • Monthly and yearly phenology wheel templates
  • Additional links and resources for further nature study exploration

Take an illustrated dive into the following subjects:


  • Caterpillars and Butterflies
  • Blossoms and Blooms
  • Songbirds
  • Seeds
  • Minibeasts
  • Springtime Foraging


  • Honey Bees
  • Wildflowers
  • Coastal and Wetland Birds
  • Summer Trees
  • Creatures of the Night Sky
  • Summertime Foraging


  • Fall Fungi
  • The Harvest Moon
  • Autumn Apples
  • Spinning Spiders
  • Autumn Trees
  • Fall Foraging


  • Winter Trees
  • Hibernation
  • Winter Birds
  • Wintry Weather
  • The Winter Night Sky
  • Foraging in the Winter Woods

**THIS IS A DIGITAL PRODUCT – NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED TO YOU. You will receive emailed links to the digital downloads immediately upon purchasing.

5 thoughts on “The Seasons – A Year of Nature Journaling

  1. Loved the beautiful illustrations.
    Appreciate the collection idea of buying all four seasons, especially as a Mother’s Day gift.
    With social distancing redefining the way my homeschooling family has planned their outdoor excursions, I’m very excited to start a year long journey using these books to capture our memories.

    1. Hi Shantel, no you don’t need to purchase multiple copies for children in your household! Feel free to print as many as you need for your family.Thank you!

  2. Hello! I just downloaded the seasons package! Everything looks lovely. However, the phenolpgy wheel seems to have the seasons over the wrong months?

    1. Hi Joy! The file you’re looking at is the extra page for those living in the southern hemisphere. Take a look at the inside of the Seasons journal (near the back) and you’ll find the northern hemisphere version. Hope that helps!

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