I created these sheets to go with the March Nature Calendar.
Since I know that not all nature activities will work out on the day that they are listed, I’ve created the stickers and 30-day nature challenge sheet to keep track of activities that you complete.
Feel free to decide for yourself what counts as an activity completed. For example, just viewing a sunset could count for the day where you are supposed to color the sunset.
I’ve included a few extra stickers for activities that are easily repeatable. I’ve also included a few “book” stickers, if you decide that you want to read about a subject. That way you can complete the chart even if there are some activities not suitable for your area. Use these at your own discretion. Of course, getting outside in nature is preferable, but it might not always be possible.
I created the journaling pages in hope that it will help you and your child begin a habit of nature journaling.
You may prefer to record your nature observations in a nature journal instead.
The Nature Challenge Circles are meant to be printed on 1” round label stickers. A link to them is in this post. You could also print out the stickers on regular paper, cut around them, and use glue. But I think your child would enjoy the stickers.