Over the last 20 weeks, we’ve been able to share amazing facts, fun crafts, informative videos, and more to help bring wonder to your home. Please enjoy some of our readers’ favorite Curious By Nature episodes and more in this special month-long best-of holiday series. We’ll be kicking off a new season of Curious By Nature in January to help keep you connected to nature and science all year long.
We’ve got the perfect draft for bright winter days — sun prints! We’re revisiting this popular episode of Curious By Nature, featuring our friend Katherine Lampert, to learn how to make our own beautiful sun prints. Not only are they fun to make, they can also be used as personalized wrapping paper. Winter Tip: Use suction cups and clear report covers to attach your print to your windows for maximum sun and minimum winter wind!
Support for the Nature Museum is provided by Rose Pest Solutions.
Although the leaves have left the trees, there is still so much art you can do with the natural objects in your backyard, local park, or neighborhood! Click here to watch as Katherine shows us how to create our own beautiful leaf rubbings, and then make your own using pine cones, pine needles, and more!
Missing the beautiful plants of spring and summer? Revisit this classic episode of Curious By Nature and take a nature walk through the Museum grounds with horticulturist Seth as your guide.
Today, Marjorie is reading “Little Owl’s Night” by Divya Srinivasan. What will Little Owl discover? Click here to join us for this Story Time favorite. You can also download our Story Time Graphic Organizer to help guide your Story Time discussion!
Enjoy 20% off all items in our online store all December! Browse our brand new holiday bundles, jewelry, butterfly displays, and more. Find the perfect gift for your loved one and support the Nature Museum at the same time. Click here to start shopping.
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