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Nature Smarts Workbook, Ages 4–6

Learn about Animals, Soil, Insects, Birds, Plants & More with Nature-Themed Puzzles, Games, Quizzes & Outdoor Science Experiments

By The Environmental Educators of Mass Audubon

It’s fun to be nature smart! Nature Smarts Workbook, Ages 4-6is packed with interactive learning activities that expand STEM knowledge to include nature literacy. With an emphasis on teaching basic observational skills and introducing kids to the investigation method, the worksheets follow the acclaimed nature curriculum developed by the environmental educators at Mass Audubon, the largest state Audubon organization. Colorfully Illustrated games, puzzles, mazes, and on-the-page activities invite kids to learn to identify a range of common mammals and learn about their habitats; learn the distinctive parts of insects; know the tracks of the most common animals found across North America; and learn how seeds travel. Hands-on science activities get kids outdoors with projects ranging from collecting soil samples to observing different cloud formations; making a windsock to track wind direction; and creating a model of a beaver dam, and hunting for signs of bird life. This engaging workbook presents endless opportunities for discovery and learning—and nurtures the next generation of naturalists and conversation advocates.

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“‘Gratitude to Mass Audubon for this simple, direct, fun guide to help kids (and adults!) get to know nature — and themselves. Should be required reading in every school and family.”
— Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods and Vitamin N
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Age range
4 - 6
Grade range
P - 1
Number of pages
Publication date
May 10, 2022