Jake’s Nature Guide Review No Comments

Meet my friend Jake. He’s been featured on my site before. I’m so fond of his work that I wanted to share a little more about him. A while ago, Jake wrote a guest blog post for my site called “This Fall Your Kids Can Become Junior Naturalists.” If you don’t know what a junior naturalist is, you’re going to love reading this post and Read more

There’s No Such Thing As Bad Weather with Linda Akeson McGurk No Comments

There's No Such Thing As Bad Weather Go Adventure Mom 020 - Linda Akeson McGurk “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes,” says today’s guest Linda Akeson McGurk. Linda started the Rain or Shine Momma blog, and has now written a book called There’s No Such Thing As Bad Weather. Linda grew up in Sweden, where she was taught to go outdoors every day, rain Read more

3 Nature Crafts with Kids 1 Comment

3 Fun Nature Crafts to do with Kids I have to admit that I am a huge Sharpie lover. If I see colors that I love, I have to buy them. I have a secret stash of Sharpie markers that I am not ashamed of. Something that my kids and I discovered was that Sharpies work really well in nature. Check out some of these Nature Read more

Pokemon Go Nature Walk No Comments

Pokemon Go Nature Walk: Making Digital And Real Life Discoveries Together Getting out and about in Nature is a wonderful added bonus attracting thousands of people today with the popularity of the new Pokemon Go app by Niantic. Depending on the location you live in, or where you decide to hike/bike to for your Pokemon Go adventure, there are literally no limits to the types of Read more

THE GREAT NATURE PROJECT This week we’d like to encourage you to join the us in The Great Nature Project and for a #GreatNature Walk . National Geographic Kids is working this week (September 21 – 28) to set a Genesi World Record for the largest online photo album of animals and we think this is a great way to get kids outside and involved with photography. To Read more

The Fourth of July falls on a weekday this year causing many families to plan their holiday closer to home.   Toyota and The National Audubon have teamed up to create an interactive tool Nature Near You Map as part of the Exit the Highway program, which gives families great nature sites to host a picnic or a BBQ for the holiday right in our country’s backyard. Here's a little more information Read more

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Painting outside with tulip leaves, dandelions and grass. My brother, Mark, is at Parsons studying graphic design. This afternoon while talking on the phone my son outside to staple some paper together so he can make a book (he is not allowed to use the stapler because my friend Berit stapled through her finger at my house when we were in kindergarden). Mark asked our son what Read more