Book : : The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady by Edith Holden

I hope that this April Nature Note finds you & your loved ones well.

If you are new here, and to Exploring Nature with Children, I’m thrilled that you’re joining us! If you subscribe to the blog posts on the website, You’ll receive the monthly Nature Note, which will give you an overview of the month ahead, and also the weekly Exploring Nature with Children theme posts, which I hope will be helpful to you in your studies.

For those of you who are using Exploring Nature With Children, the weeks for April fall as follows:

4th ~ 10th Week 1 Spring Tree Study Week #ENWCspringtreeweek

11th ~ 17th Week 2: Plant Life Cycle Week #ENWCplantlifecycleweek

18th ~ 24th Week 3: Wildflower Week #ENWCwildflowerweek

25th ~ 1st Week 4: Grasses Week #ENWCgrassesweek

If you’re over on Instagram, do pop over and say hello! The Instagram page is very much about community; think of it as your virtual home school co op! Our community uses the #exploringnaturewithchildren hashtag, & also specific weekly hashtags { see above } to enable you to connect with other families working through the ENWC curriculum.

There’s a free ENWC calendar for the year to download  here.

As always, please work the weeks to suit your own circumstances best; these are just my own suggestions! 

Seasonal notes:

April brings the primrose sweet, 
Scatters daises at our feet. 

~ The Months by Sara Coleridge

Special days this March:

Happy exploring!

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  1. Thank you for your amazingly inspirational emails! My grandchildren (GC) live abroad and I like to send them things I have made – they seem to love them too. This Spring suggestion today I thought I would embroider something similar ( or not) on to cotton with a stitch ‘guide’ ie can you see a chain stitch? Can you see a fly stitch? To encourage them to look closely at something. I used to be a teacher and old habits … anyway, thank you so much. I was wondering if the little dolls in the spine of the page are stuck or just lay there? It’s charming and Im sure my GC will love it. Marlene

    1. Thank you for your kind words of encouragement!
      What a wonderful idea to send them the stitch ‘guide’, that’s such a brilliant idea.
      The wee dolls, I just laid them on the book whilst I snapped the photograph; they’re usually hiding out in plant pots and other nooks around our home.

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