When you take a nature walk with children you get a glimpse into the pure and perfect world we live in through their minds. Have you looked for signs of spring with your kids?
Moss is so cool!
If a tree fall in the middle of the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
If you look closely you will find a special little lady bug.
I’m not a mom that likes bugs, but when you have 4 boys… I put on a smile and offer up any knowledge I can for them.
A hidden glass bowl, peaking out under the fallen leaves.
An amazing large nest high up in the trees. Wouldn’t it be magnificent to get a peak of what is up there?
I hope you enjoyed our walk… Now go out there and explore this beautiful world we live in.
“This is all play to the children, but the mother is doing invaluable work: she is training their powers of observation and expression, increasing their vocabulary and their range of ideas by giving them the name and the uses of an object at the right moment.–When they ask. “What is it?” and “What is it for?”
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