This pack was created because one day on a nature walk we were discussing the differences between Sunflowers and Dandelions, two of the most recognizable plants. It has a primary focus on the two, but also explores drawing other flowers, has a card game that features 19th century vintage Botanical art, and explores Impressionism.
This packet can easily be adapted for children as young as 3 but as old as 18 because of the open-ended nature.
Nature Study Game and Hands-On Learning Guide
Each activity as its own instruction sheet on how to do and use that particular activity pack.
While you may be using this unit on your own, for our family, it is a part of a weekly thematic unit study. Be sure to check out the blog to find book recommendations and other activity ideas to implement during this week’s study.
Supplies you will need for this unit:
- Card stock
- Clay, play dough, wikki stix, and other mediums for creative 3D art
- Laminator (optional)
- Crayons and/or colored pencils
- Pencil or other writing utensil
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