Do you want to simplify nature study for your family?
Join A Month in Nature and receive monthly nature calendars, journal pages, book recommendations, art, poetry, and more! Read more here.
You’ll be given simple nature activities that you can add to your day to encourage you and your children to observe the world around you.
July Nature Study
The July nature study includes the following:
- wild flower identification
- lightning bugs
- art projects
- The Swing by Robert Louis Stevenson
- A Bird Came Down the Walk by Emily Dickinson
- Artist Winslow Homer
- Character Focus: Trust
- Memory Work (poetry and Scripture)
- 10 new journal pages
- & More
How does the subscription work?
You will receive immediate access to the current month’s calendar, so you can get started right away. As soon as the next month’s calendar is published, you will have access to that, as well. There will always be 1 or 2 months available depending on the time of month. The next month’s calendar is usually published about a week before the beginning of the month.
Monthly calendars vary, but you can expect to have the following included.
- a monthly nature calendar
- an activity tracker and stickers (These work best if you print them on round label stickers, but one purchase should last you for over a year.)
- book recommendations
- journal pages
- and more!
Can I cancel at anytime?
Yes! You have complete control of your membership. You can manage your subscription under your account tab where you can cancel it or change your payment method.
Are there any benefits of completing the yearly membership?
One of the reasons I’ve chosen the subscription method for the calendars is so that I have the option of offering discounts after the first year, or so that members are not affected by future price increases. My nature study materials will always be a great value, but sticking with a membership will be most cost effective long term.
Does my child need to know how to read and write?
No, they don’t. You have two options. You can skip the parts that include writing; the program will still be full of learning and fun memories. You can also scribe for your children. Being a scribe for your child is actually a very effective way to teach writing in the early years. The process of narrating to you what they know helps them to put thoughts and ideas together without being hindered by the act of spelling and handwriting.