Nature study in the winter can be fun and it doesn’t have to be complicated. We decided to add to our Arctic and Inuit Unit Study by doing an Arctic ground squirrel lapbook.
Also, I’m excited today because it’s time to link up for The Nature Book Club.
First, grab these resources that I know you’ll love and to help you with a Arctic Ground Squirrel Lapbook and Unit Study.
It wasn’t easy finding many books, but the one we used was real helpful.
Arctic Ground Squirrel, About the Tundra, & Other Helpful Resources
Skulls of Alaskan Mammals. 71 page pdf guide with great facts for not just squirrels but other mammals.
Furs of Alaska Mammals. 74 page pdf guide
Alaska Tundra Wildlife. This is a HUGE 251 page download with pictures, cards, and background information to talk about the tundra.
General Squirrel Resources
How to Download the Lapbook.
It’s a Subscriber Only Gift.
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If you’re looking to do any spring nature studies, you’ll want to get a few of the NaturExplorers. I love those studies for multiple ages.
It’s a monthly book club devoted to connecting children to nature.
There is a theme for each month in 2018. We welcome your nature book and activity related links!
The Nature Book Club theme for February: Winter Birds and Nests
The Nature Book Club is brought to you by these 10 nature loving bloggers which are your co-hosts! Are you following them? If you don’t want to miss anything, be sure to follow each one.
Here are the co-hosts, their choices of books, and activities for the month.
Small Worlds Preschool
The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin – Peg doll squirrel and owl
The Usual Mayhem
The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin – Beatrix Potter artist study printables freebie
Rule This Roost
Build, Beaver, Build! Life at the Longest Beaver Dam – Beaver Habitat Building
Hide The Chocolate
Stellaluna – Bat Online Book Club
Table Life Blog
Nuts to You! – Easy Watercolor Squirrel Art
Our Foray into Squirrel Taxidermy – Taxidermy
Wind in a Letterbox
Meerkat Mail – Postcard Art Activity
Handbook of Nature Study
Tracks, Scats, and Signs – Nature Walk-Looking for tracks, scat, and signs
The Playful Scholar
The Groundhog Day Book of Facts and Fun – Good Reads For Fun On Groundhog Day.
Everyday Graces Homeschool
Frederick by Leo Leonni – Watercolor bookmarks and nature notebook page.
More Ideas for Edible Rock Activities
Edible Rocks, Munching Meteorites.
Edible Sedimentary Rocks.
How to Identify Rocks Using a Nature Guide.
Rock Candy Crystals.
DIY Agate Candy Slices.
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