Updated: Feb 17
Nature journaling is such a wonderful way to slow down and take time to really observe nature. BUT, sometimes it feels overwhelming to come up with ideas for each day. So, here are some general tips and, I have created a FREE list of journaling ideas for kids, on my website, with you in mind!
TIP #1: Journaling is not limited to just one thing and can take many forms. You can make a list (what plants are blooming), write down a question to research at home later, draw a picture, and more.
TIP #2: You do not have to be an artist! Nature journaling does not require you to make perfect pictures. It can be a quick sketch, a photo, or a reference photo to sketch at home.
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