Outdoor Hour Challenge Blog Carnival: Garden Flower Edition

OHC Blog Carnival

Garden flowers are some of my favorite nature study subjects of all time. Each flower is so unique and wonderful. I hope that your family was able to get outside this month and at least observe some flowers or crop plants up close. I invite you to read what some of the other Outdoor Hour Challenge families have done this month.

Our family’s garden flowers and crop plant entries from this month’s study (in case you missed one):

Garden Flowers Close to Home
Garden Flowers Focus- Using Notebook Pages
Petunia Study Using the Handbook of Nature Study


Be inspired. Be encouraged. Get outdoors!

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Photo credit: Alex from Life on a Canadian Island

Garden Flower Grid Study
Eva shares Grandma’s Flower Gardening Tips with this edition of the carnival. These are some great tips…you must read!

Angie from Petra School submits their garden entry: The Gardens at Mil Mar. She has some beautiful Pacific Northwest flowers like rhododendrons and azaleas. Pop over and see how she grows her tomatoes!

Angie from Petra School also would like to share some of their garden updates: Schooling in Summer. Scroll down and see how those tomatoes are growing.

Alex from Life on a Canadian Island shares their In Our Garden – Garden Flowers Nature Study with you. She has some gorgeous images of their early spring flowers and some ideas for additional flower resouces.

Tricia from Hodgepodge submits her Garden Flower Study in Phone Photos entry for you view and enjoy. She shares how their family has noticed so many garden flowers and changes as the month went by.
Focus on Garden Flowers
Jennifer from Royal Little Lambs has shared her Garden Nature Study entry with the carnival. She shows how they have visited the flower nursery, prepared their garden, and planted many, many things to enjoy in the months to come.

Cristy from Cristy’s Nature Journal has put together a fabulous entry: Planting Sunflowers and Watching Them Grow. She shares in words and images how their sunflowers have progressed towards their eventual Sunflower House! I love it!

Barbara and her family completed a study of their garden strawberries using the Handbook of Nature Study. Please click over to read her entry Learning about Strawberries on her blog, The Schoolhouse on the Prairie.

Photo Credit: Alex from Life on a Canadian Island

Potpourri
Alex from Life on a Canadian Island has submitted their Yellow Spotted Salamanders, One Frog and Many Eggs at Dead Man’s Pond. This is a follow up entry from last months reptiles and amphibians study. What a fascinating look at their salamanders!

Diana from Homeschool Review has put together their Outdoor Hour Challenge-Reptile and Amphibian entry for you to enjoy. They are following up on last month’s theme now that their weather has warmed up.

Claire from Angelicscalliwags pops into this edition of the carnival with her entry: Nature Study-Our One Year Pond Study. I invite you to click over and view her wonderful images and be inspired to start your own pond study.

Shirley Ann from Under an English Sky shares their OHC-Wildflowers entry with the carnival. Her family has done an excellent job collecting, identifying, and recording their lovely English wildflowers. I love this time of year!

OHC Blog Carnival
Don’t forget to share your blog entries with the Outdoor Hour Challenge Blog Carnival. All entries done in June are eligible for the next edition. The deadline for entries is 6/29/13.



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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for including our pond study.
    I’m off to visit the other sites now. Have a lovely weekend!

  2. I love checking out all the other blogs doing nature study. Thank you again for putting this together!

  3. Lovely post on natural beauty!!!

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