Night Time Sky Week : Exploring Nature With Children

Night Time Sky week

This week in Exploring Nature With Children is ‘Night Time Sky Week’.

Here are some helpful links to get you going:

Happy exploring!

My Nature Journal Week 31

I don’t have much to share with you this week; the girls have been away this week riding, and I have been pounding the keyboard, working on the soon-to-be-released Guided Journal to accompany Exploring Nature With Children.

I have been able to work on my Calendar of Firsts, however. I sketched the Ragwort that is filling the meadow right now, and a wee common wasp that was buzzing around. I also noted the rain. The never ending, heavy rain!


Happy exploring!

An Important Update

I am very pleased to announce that the Exploring Nature With Children: A guided journal is almost ready for release!
Whilst working on the guided journal, I have taken the opportunity to update some of the poetry selections within the original ENWC curriculum.
The new guided journal will contain pre-printed copy-work passages for your child, which will reflect the new poetry selections.
I am offering the updated, second edition of Exploring Nature With Children free to all customers who purchased the first edition. I have just sent out a download link to all my customers. Please remember that it goes directly to your PayPal-linked email address and comes from Payhip, the company that host my book online. Be sure to double check your spam filter!
I will update you once Exploring Nature With Children: a guided journal is available to purchase.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Thank you, as always for your continued support.
Happy exploring!

Our Nature Journals Week 30

For her July phenology wheel, Rose sketched a Barn owl and represented Independence Day, in honour of our American friends.


My phenology wheel for July is blackberries ripening in the garden, and St. Swithin’s Day!

For my Calendar of Firsts this week, I sketched the raspberries in the garden and a fledgling Sparrow that Phoebe-cat brought in. Fortunately, it was fine, and we were able to put it back into the garden very quickly.