Updated: May 4
We're excited to begin our series on nature journaling based on practices and activities from "How to Teach Nature Journaling" by John Muir Laws and Emilie Lygren.
Why Use a Nature Journal? - From Laws and Lygren
- To slow down, pay attention, and experience awe and wonder.
- To develop students' creativity and critical thinking skills.
- To develop students' science identity through authentic science practices.
- To nurture connection with nature.
- To build an inclusive culture of curiosity in the family or classroom.
- To support interdisciplinary learning.
My Secret Plant challenges you to journal about a plant in such detail that your partner could use your journal to go find your plant!
Open the activity here!
Snap a picture of your completed journal and send it our way on social media! We'd love to check it out!