WINTER Journal

(2 customer reviews)


The WINTER Journal includes more than 50 pages of:

  • Hand-illustrated field guide posters and flashcards
  • Nature anatomy and facts
  • Journaling pages with discussion questions
  • Simple, fuss-free seasonal activities and recipes
  • 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:

  • 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.

**Books shown in product photos are not included in this purchase; please see the included book list for recommendations

PRINTING: We recommend printing this nature journal on 24lb paper in full color or a mix of full color and black and white (one-sided is best). It can be spiral bound or bound in a three-ring folder or binder. The posters and flashcards in the back of the publication should remain unbound, and can be printed on heavier paper or card stock. You can send this file to a printer, have it printed at your local office supply store, or simply print it at home. Always print a test page first, before printing the entire document.


2 thoughts on “WINTER Journal

  1. We have used these books for years now! Yes, doing the same ones more than one time! A blank book was a little intimidating for nature journaling, so fit the bill perfectly! This was my kids (9 and 7) favorite part of our homeschool week. It helped to have an objective on our nature walks. I love that all the planning that is needed is a walk, the journal, and a pen. I can’t bring myself to throw them away when they are finished each year. The cards are perfect for our morning time baskets!

    **Is there anyway you could group four of the non-seasonal journals together?

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