This June Nature Calendar is one in a series of nature calendars filled with engaging nature activities to share with your child. It is my hope that they will allow children to learn more about the world around them while sparking a love of learning that will be with them for life.
The beauty of a Waldorf Perpetual Calendar is that it helps a child visualize the passing of time. They see that the months rotate around the circle and see that they will come around again. They have a visual reminder that after winter comes spring, and then summer, and then fall, and then winter again.
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Since we’re studying caterpillars and butterflies in May’s nature calendar, I thought that this Eric Carle inspired art project would be a fun add-on. First, you might want to read the book with your child. You could check your library for the digital version. If you can’t find it, the author reads it on YouTube. Discuss with your child how…
With the libraries closing, and with Amazon extending the free Kindle Unlimited trial to a two-month time period, this is a great time to try out Kindle Unlimited if you haven’t yet. That’s exactly what I did as soon as our libraries closed. Here are some of the books I’ve found that you might enjoy. For Parents 150+ Screen-Free Activities…
Here’s a May Nature Calendar to help you be intentional in getting out in Nature….Encourage your children to observe, to ask questions, to be curious about the world around us. God has filled this world with so much beauty and creativity.