Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter June 2012 – Ocean Beach Edition

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Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter
Companion to the Outdoor Hour Challenges
Supporting a Global Community in Their Nature Study
June 2012 Edition: Ocean Beach


The Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter is a companion to the Outdoor Hour Challenges that are posted here on the blog every Friday. In this issue there are special printable activities and a notebook page, additional links and ideas, as well as three contributed articles with wonderful ideas for your family to use at the ocean. I invite everyone to subscribe and get the newsletter each month in your inbox.

I have attached the newsletter download link to the bottom of my blog feed so if you are a subscriber you will receive the link to the latest newsletter at the bottom of every post for the month of June. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you can still subscribe and receive the newsletter in the next post that comes to your email box. You can subscribe to my blog by filling in your email address in the subscription box on my sidebar.

Make sure to click and save the newsletter link from the email for future reference.

More Nature Study #4 Cover imageIf you have trouble getting the newsletter to download, try right clicking the link, save the link, and then open it.  (The link is in the email and not in this blog post.) I am not going to be archiving the newsletters at this point. You will need to SAVE the FILE on your computer each month if you want to save back issues.

Most of you already know that the latest ebook in the More Nature Study series has been published but I will add a reminder here in this post that the first official challenge of the summer from this ebook will post on Friday, June 8, 2012.

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  1. Hi there, just wanted to say thank you for the handbook of nature study. Its a fantastic resource. Love it! Ruth

  2. This is perfect! We happen to be planning an ocean beach trip for this month, so I’ll have some nature study to integrate.

  3. Hi. I just subscribed and am eager to get in on all the fun learning experiences, but I’m wondering if we could substitute “Lake Beach” for “Ocean Beach” for June as we have no plans to go to the ocean, but do live near Lake Michigan. Do you think that could work?

  4. I think many of the ideas will work for you and you can adapt the others.

    Welcome to the newsletter.

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