We will be using the Nature Connection book, various other books, and keeping records in nature notebooks.
Inside were record pages from the Nature Connection including Nature Notes to fill out each day, Tracking Daylight to fill out on an ongoing basis, observation pages to record interesting observations on an on-going basis, and blank and lined paper for pictures, samples and other information.Since it’s almost Spring we started out by looking around outside for signs of Spring. Other than some of the snow finally melting into mud, there weren’t many.
Each week we are going to observe three different spots in our yard – our rhododendron bush (a broad-leaf evergreen), our front “yard” tangle of bushes, and down the back hill toward the river. We will take pictures and then use those pictures to compare to the view the following week and note the differences.
We actually had a somewhat nice day for our first outing and the kids decided they wanted to plant some seeds. George wanted another plant like Albert or Panner from last year. I doubt they’ll grow anytime soon since they are still sitting outside in the cold.