Best Chapter Books for Nature Study

Originally Published January 22, 2022

How is your winter homeschooling going?

Are you feeling overwhelmed or having fun?

For ultimate connection and joy, we recommend simplifying as much as possible so that each task you do with your children can be done with peace. In our Peaceful Loop group, we made a few intentions for the New Year, listing our top three things to accomplish each day. This might be a good practice for you as well so that you can end each day feeling like your essentials were accomplished.

My own personal essentials are: 1. Quiet time with Jesus. 2. A walk or exercise. 3. Make my bed.

My essentials with my homeschool are: 1. Music practice 2. Reading 3. Some math or writing.

If you know your essentials for each day it can help you create a sustainable rhythm that helps you enjoy your homeschool.

Our new Chore and Routine Pack can help you with this. Click the title to grab yours.

We just completed a full Art and Literature supplement for Nourishing Nature Kindergarten, it's free with the bundle and includes the chapter books listed below, plus an art piece and musical composition for each of the units.

Nourishing Nature Kindergarten is a wonderful resource for developing strong motor and processing skills so that the capability is developed in your child for copywork, narration, and observation, core components of a living education.

TREE

Chapter Book: Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne

FARM

Chapter Book-Charlotte’s Web by E.B Webb

SKY

Chapter Book-The Drinking Gourd By F.N. Monjo

MOUNTAIN

Chapter Books: Snowshoe Thompson by Nancy Smiler Levinson

MEADOW

Chapter Book: Trumpet Of The Swan By E.B. White

GARDEN

Chapter Book: A Beatrix Potter Treasury by Beatrix Potter

RAINFOREST

Chapter Book-The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame

CITY

Chapter Book: The Cricket in Times Square by George Selden

You can grab Nourishing Nature Kindergarten and create a beautiful nature based kindergarten in your home.

 

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