Barb at The Heart of Harmony is issuing a Green Challenge: No Child Left Inside. (As much as I despise the stupid NCLB law, I like how she turned evil for good.)
She’s doing a great nature study challenge for homeschoolers, and, like her great fine arts program, this one seems to be just my speed. It’s not too time demanding and doesn’t call for special equipment or special purchases. (She’s even linked to The Handbook of Nature Study online!)
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If you’re looking to incorporate nature studies in your education, this looks like a great place to start. Come join the fun!