Monique of Green Acorns is with us today with to share an inspiring way to bring your child’s love of nature to life, time-lapse photography. Last spring I wrote about introducing phenology to children and how to incorporate it into their nature journaling practice.  It is such an effective way to for anyone to connect with and deepen understanding of the activities and cycles of nature.  It engages children’s curiosity and promotes skills of observation…

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Rebecca from Thirteen Red Shoes is with us today to share some great app and book recommendations for the little dinosaur lovers in our lives… Little ones usually go through phases of being mesmerized by a specific genre.  In our household dinosaurs have come and gone numerous times.  Over the last couple of years we have developed a lovely little dinosaur library, as well as a few dinosaur themed iPad apps. Books:   1. How…

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Today Emma from 95 Acres of Sky is with us to share some inspiring ideas and resources for exploring the Universe with the young scientists in our lives. This winter we’ve spent time learning and exploring our solar system as part of our homeschooling and just for fun.  It began innocently enough, we were learning about Galileo and decided to explore a little more…a month later we emerged from our studies packed to the gills…

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Monique of Green Acorns is with us today to share some great tips and for moon watching with the budding young scientists in our lives… The time of year when the amount of daylight is lessening and it is dark outside at a fairly early hour is the perfect time for children to observe the moon.  Many children are fascinated by our solar system, especially by the celestial bodies that they can see.  The changing…

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Becky from a Sweet Hot Mess is with us today to share an inspiring list of gift recommendations for the budding young scientists in our lives. I have a deep and abiding love for Etsy.  Not only does Etsy support makers, artists and crafters alike, it is also a resource for deeply creative materials.  As my children’s interests have grown and changed over the years, I have learned to look far and wide for new…

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