Gardening in Your Homeschool – A collection of nature and gardening resources to help you homeschool outside this spring and summer.
Beginning with an alphabet of stories about animals, the Christian Liberty Nature Readers series progresses through insects, spiders, birds, shellfish, turtles, and more, finally ending with a study of marine animals. For grades K-5.
One Small Square Books for kids ages 6 – 9, puts the thrilling plant and animal world in perspective for children, one small square at a time
Review of NaturExplorers Delightful Deciduous Trees and how this unit study works for both new and seasoned homeschoolers!
Nurturing a love of birds is easy when you have one or two of Peterson Field Guides for Young Naturalists on hand. These compact field guides are beautifully illustrated and feature many of the birds you can find right outside your own window.
Take-Along Nature Guides – easy on-the-go guides for exploring, and identifying all kinds of creatures and plants with fun activities too!
Outdoor Hour Challenges using The Handbook of Nature Study are a great way to get you up and out, exploring the natural world around you.
This Snow and Ice Nature Study from NaturExplorers is a nature unit study exploring snow, ice and frost with loads of activities and projects.
Science and Nature Resources from Curriculum Choice Review Authors – a huge list compiled by veteran homeschoolers.
NaturExplorers Nature Unit Studies include tons of information on the subject it’s based on, but also includes ideas of how to incorporate many different areas of your homeschool right into nature study. A review from The Curriculum Choice.
NaturExplorers from Our Journey Westward are unit studies that will give you encouragement and ideas for getting outside with your children. With 19 to choose from there is sure to be something your kids will love learning about! A review from The Curriculum Choice.
The Handbook of Nature Study book should be on every homeschoolers science shelf to provide inspiration and a solid knowledge of the natural world. A review from The Curriculum Choice