bird watcher. Another activity that my children enjoy is to have a nature journal to
draw pictures of what they have observed
while being outside.
Now that spring has arrived, make plans
for getting outside with your child daily to
marvel in God’s creation. Remember that
fostering a love of science doesn’t have to be
complicated. Just get outside, have fun, and
keep it simple. Through observation, nature
walks, and simple science stations you can
encourage your child to be a scientist.
Jennifer Chandler is a wife and homeschool
mommy. Currently, she teaches three of her
five children . She enjoys reading, writing, reviewing books, coffee and dark chocolate . She
writes lesson plans for Schoolhouse Teachers
.com. You can also find her on Pinterest
at This Grace Place ( www.pinterest.com/
ThisGrace Place) .
1. Charlotte Mason, “Home Education Volume 1”, pp.
2. Charlotte Mason, “Home Education Volume 1”, pp.