Jen Beattie
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The cooler weather signals the end of many activities, but should nature study be included in that? Here are three reasons why we still do nature study during the winter months.

Nature study is still viable despite the cooler temperature. Taking a look at the evergreen plant is an excellent winter nature study idea. Here we highlight the 3 reasons why we do nature study in the winter:

Free Printable Animal Tracks Explorer ID Cards

Free Printable Animal Tracks Explorer ID Cards - a fun way for kids to get outdoors and identify animals by their tracks. LOVE the simple earthy design. Great for science centers, Montessori, preschool, scavenger hunts and nature hikes. Just print, lamina

Find out who's walking thru your neighborhood with this fun hands-on science hunt -- great books and track guides included!

Great books and track guides for a fun outdoor adventure -- You can do this in the snow, sand or mud w/the kids!

Animal Tracking with Children: A Beginner's Guide. Wildlife tracking is one of our favorite outdoor activities for kids in the winter! These tips and ideas will help you get started. Rain or Shine Mamma

Animal tracking is a useful skill and not as difficult as you may think. Try these handy tips to start searching for animal tracks.

Just because it's winter, doesn't mean you need to give up your nature studies. Here are 10 fun kids activities to help you explore nature in the winter.

Fun ideas for Botany! Get outside and explore nature in the winter! Here are 10 fun kids activities to get outside and explore nature in the winter.

Kids love playing in the great outdoors and exploring it with all their senses. Here's a fun winter scavenger hunt for the whole family to enjoy!

Kids love playing in the great outdoors and exploring it with all their senses. Here& a fun winter scavenger hunt for the whole family to enjoy!