The resources and links listed on this page will enhance your nature study lessons for the Australian Nature Study Guide | Volume Three.
Book resources and links have been updated since this volume was published in 2018. Should you encounter an expired link, please let us know, and we’ll fix it.
Should you find a resource that will complement any lesson within the guide, be sure to contact us so that we can add it to the list.
We also welcome photographs of your nature study encounters and activities while using this resource. If you would like to share, please send photographs with a note about your experience or activity and I will add them here to inspire other families on the same unit.
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NOTEBOOK PAGES FOR VOLUME THREE ~ WINTER/SPRING
Use the notebooking pages below to capture your nature adventures. Keep them in a file or paste them into a nature notebook or journal. There are three levels: Preschool, Lower Primary, and Upper Primary.
Winter Tree Study
Related Internet Links
- Tree in a Trail by Holling Clancy Holling
- The Tree by Neal Layton
- A Stick is an Excellent Thing by Marilyn Singer
- Little Acorn: Nature Stories
- The Oak Inside the Acorn by Max Lucado
A Stick is an Excellent Thing by Marilyn Singer
Lone Tree by Graham Gercken
Decorate a tree using these ideas from Wildlife Watch.
- Draw the cross section of a tree trunk. Explain the functions of xylem and phloem.
- Draw a tree stump in perspective with this tutorial.
- Create a winter tree using oil pastels.
- Research the use of bark and wood in Aboriginal lives. Create a poster to present your project.
- Explore how trees eat, drink and breathe with this chart.
- Investigate a street tree using this chart from Wildlife Watch.
- Learn to draw basic tree shapes using this tutorial.