{Autumn Nature Study}

Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home

“Why be indoors when you can rightly be without.” – Charlotte Mason

We’ve entered into our second year of home educating this autumn and I’m delighted to say we’re still loving it. The rhythm of the year continues to play a big part in our learning and the season of autumn is one of our favourites.

We’ve hunted for conkers, searched for mini-beasts, identified nuts, berries and leaves, painted pumpkins, discussed hibernation, explored the woods for mushrooms, lichen and moss, and soaked in that glorious autumn sun.

Here are some of the snapshots:

Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Frolicking in the leaves.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Frog spotting.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Glorious mushrooms.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Autumn Wonderland.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Pumpkin Picking.
Nature Study Autumn 2018 | The Open Home
Autumn favourites.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Into the woods.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Fabulous fungi.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Magnificent toadstools.
Nature Study Autumn 2018 | The Open Home
Play. The natural way.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
Journal time.
Autumn Nature Study 2018 | The Open Home
The ginkgo in all it’s glory.

What do you enjoy most about nature this Autumn?

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