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Spring Nature Scavenger Hunt

Get your little nature detectives hunting for clues of nature springing back to life with this spring nature bingo:

spring nature scavenger hunt printable to do with your kids and look for signs of spring.

Winter Nature Scavenger Hunt

There are many exciting things happening in nature even during the cold winter months. Get exploring with this winter nature bingo card:

Winter nature scavenger hunt (nature bingo) to do outdoors during winter. A fun game to play during the cold months.

Nature Explorer’s Scavenger Hunt Song

This cute poem lists all the exciting things you can find in nature when you go on a nature scavenger hunt. Print it out and take it with you on your nature outings, or put it up in your classroom (your your kid’s room).

Nature scavenger hunt song poem to use while exploring the outdoors looking for fun nature clues or print and put up in your home classroom.

DIY Daily Schedule Dial

Following a daily schedule is a life-saver for families with kids. It gives structure and rhythm to kids’ days. And it eliminates arguments over what activity to do when (e.g. homework vs. electronics). But rectangular schedules, printed as a spreadsheet are boring. Turning them into a dial makes daily schedules interactive and fun. Plus kids can color and decorate the dial any way they want. Included in the download is a blank template that you can customize with your own family schedule.

DIY daily schedule spinning dial that shows your kids in an interactive way if it's learning time, or free time, or chore time, or electronics time. Gives rhythm and organizes their day.

Coloring pages to develop confidence and a positive mindset

One of the most challenging learning concepts for kids to understand is that it’s okay to make mistakes. Mistakes are a natural part of learning. But kids usually shut down and give up when they make a mistake. I’ve designed a coloring book to teach kids that mistakes are good. The book teaches them that mistakes are signals that tell us we need to do better and learn more (among many other good things). Here you can try out two pages from the coloring book “Mistakes Are My Superpower”.