Here are some fun tips on how to organically add in a little literacy while getting a mental health boost with outside time, too!
Browsing: Outdoor Exploration Books
Get Outdoors is more than just an alphabet book—it’s filled with excellent year-round inspiration for spending time in nature.
Joseph Honor Patenaude’s The Bubble is a beautiful book with a positive message, perfect for shared reading and discussion.
Backpack Explorer Beach Walker and Backpack Explorer on the Nature Trail are a fascinating combination of field-guide, textbook, and activity book.
The Big Book of 100 Outdoor Activities not only provides a wealth of such activities but – even better – it situates them outside, keeping the living-room carpet blissfully free of glue.
A Porcupine’s Promenade: An Encounter in the Winter Woods is a delightfully quiet book that is bound to captivate children and adults alike, especially those that enjoy all that nature has to offer. Highly Recommended.
Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt is a wonderful story to share with your child as we wave goodbye to winter and welcome spring.
OH! The Things You Can See In The Dark!, by Cathleen Francisco, is well suited for young pre-readers and younger readers looking for a different point of view on the world they have begun to explore.
MAE AND THE MOON is a surprising and unique book that hits all the right notes for children and parents alike. Highly recommended.
Dig In!, by Cindy Jenson-Elliott is all about digging in and getting to know our own little part of the planet.