Nature Activities for Kids

Montessori, Reggio & Waldorf inspired lessons & activities for families, homeschoolers, parents and teachers. This board will also include ways to bring nature into your home and classroom.
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Making Sculpey Nature Prints with Children

Helpful camping tips and activities for kids

Gardening with Kids can be more FUN when you grow plants in shape of their first initials !!!

Beach combing tips for the Puget Sound.

{5 Tips for an Unforgettable Day at the Beach} Does your child have a favorite beach toy?

50 fun nature activities that inspire kids to get out and explore this Spring & Summer! Outdoor activities for kids

Montessori Nature Tray with Vocabulary – Parts of the Plant

Camping Songs

nature painting for kids with food coloring paint spray. Spring & summer art activities

Create earth art with kids

Gratitude Stones: A Thanksgiving Nature Craft for Kids. Teach kids about gratitude! | Fireflies and Mud Pies

Paper Plate Ladybug Craft Inspired by Eric Carle's The Grouch Ladybug (with FREE printable)~ Buggy and Buddy

50 fun nature activities that inspire kids to get out and explore this Spring & Summer! Outdoor activities for kids

10 Outdoor Activities for Kids. Creative ways to lure your child outside and encourage them to be screen free and enjoy childhood.

After a nature scavenger hunt, turn the nature objects into a pretty suncatcher for the window!

Helicopter Seed Dragonfly craft ~ Nature craft for kids

Nature Inspired Twig-Tac-Toe is a great game to keep around the yard or campsite. - Fireflies and Mud Pies

Kids will love making whimsical bugs out of ordinary garden stones! | Fireflies and Mud Pies

Bark Owls: A Fall Nature Craft for Kids: Fireflies and Mud Pies

get your kids outside. . . no matter the weather #weteach

I can't wait to do this scavenger hunt in our neighborhood!

Nature Shelf in a Reggio Inspired Homeschool Room - An Everyday Story

Hands-on Science Experiments for Kids: Have you ever wondered how deep you should plant a seed to get the best growth? In this experiment, you can use a root viewer to watch seeds grow, make predictions and collect data. From An Everyday Story: Inquiry-based Homeschooling

Autumn Leaf Sun-Catcher

A Year in the Kitchen Garden: Seasonal gardening activities for kids | An Everyday Story