Who boy, observing, drawing, notes, measurements, haiku, layout, watercolor, how can you get all this done? If you feel like there is some way the journal is supposed to look or have a backlog of "uncompleted" journal pages the makes the whole process feel like a burden, this is the class for you. Join John
Register Here A free workshop offered by John Muir Laws and the Exploratorium This free online workshop includes ideas and experiences that professional learning providers can use in their workshops and teachers and homeschool parents at all grade levels (but especially K-2) can use in their classrooms. Join Nature Journaling educator John Muir Laws, grade
Join Nature Journaling educator John Muir Laws, grade 1 teacher Carol Miller, and the Exploratorium educator team to explore nature journaling for young learners! Experience an engaging set of activities on nature journaling, hear about a teacher’s experience of doing the activity with her students, and discuss nature journaling for young learners with your colleagues.
Learn the foundations of nature journaling, boost your mindset and practice skills Gain the tools and skills to be comfortable creating a nature journal page using various techniques. Develop your superpowers of observation and curiosity and begin to uncover what was unseen in nature. Class Time: Thursdays, 4pm - 5:15pm Pacific Time May 6, 13,
6-week course begins April 1, 2021 at 6pm Pacific. See this page for details and registration! This course is open to those who have completed Level 1. I’m so glad you’re interested in boosting your bird knowledge with the nature journal! If you can’t make this series, fill out this form to be notified