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Block Diagrams

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Color it in, suggesting the volume and contours of the landforms. This is going to be fun! Learn how to create landscape block diagrams. These are great ways to explore and visualize landscapes and ecosystems. This system will help you playfully explore and document your discoveries in nature. Click Here to Join the Zoom Workshop!

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Ask Jack

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Do you have questions about drawing, journaling, naturalist skills, or journaling teaching techniques? Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club every week for a one-hour open forum discussion where we explore (and hopefully answer) your questions live. Stick around at the end of the meeting for a lively group journal share and conversation.

Want to start your own Nature Journal Club? Here’s how.

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Nature Journal Clubs are great ways to build community and skills. You do not need to be an experienced journaler or artist to start one. John Muir Laws will share his thoughts and ideas and we will crowdsource the educator community for more ideas on starting and sustaining a nature journal club in your area.

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Mountain Meadows and how to create an Infografic

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Crowdsourcing a New Infographic for Healthy Mountain Meadows: a virtual nature journaling experience  featuring Point Blue's Sierra Nevada meadow restoration work Join Naturalist Artist Educator John Muir Laws on a virtual visit to California's Sierra Nevada meadows, where Point Blue scientists have been advancing conservation and restoration for more than -- years. Get out "in

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Ask Jack

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Do you have questions about drawing, journaling, naturalist skills, or journaling teaching techniques? Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club every week for a one-hour open forum discussion where we explore (and hopefully answer) your questions live. Stick around at the end of the meeting for a lively group journal share and conversation.

Back to School!

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Join the Nature Journal Educator's Forum for a discussion of best practices to introduce nature journaling to your new class and how to keep going. Let's make resolutions and set up routines that we can stick to and build. Click Here to Join the Meeting All ages and experience levels are welcome. No registration is

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Drawing the Macaw’s Head and Face

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The shape and structure of the Macaw's face is a great subject to study. Examining the lines will help us combine lessons from anatomy and tricks for three-dimensional visualization. These ideas can be applied in many other areas of a drawing. Click Here to Join the Zoom Workshop! Passcode: 187351 All ages and experience levels

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Ask Jack

Zoom Meeting CA

Do you have questions about drawing, journaling, naturalist skills, or journaling teaching techniques? Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club every week for a one-hour open forum discussion where we explore (and hopefully answer) your questions live. Stick around at the end of the meeting for a lively group journal share and conversation.

NGSS Overview

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The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are K–12 science content standards. They are a little hard to wrap your head around initially but I think they are brilliant and really useful. Even if you are a homeschool educator or are teaching in a non NGSS state or country, it is worth your while to take a

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Gouache for Nature Journaling, part 1

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Learn a practical and portable system for using gouache in your nature journal. Gouache, an opaque watercolor, has wonderful practical uses but also its own challenges. In this workshop, we will learn Jack's gouache system and learn how to set up our own gouache palette. What paints should I use? How can I avoid the