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.
It’ll be a while before we spot many leaves on the trees. So, where did all of those colorful fall leaves go? And what caused them to change color in the first place? We’re revisiting this episode of Curious By Nature to answer those questions and more!
Support for the Nature Museum is provided by Rose Pest Solutions.
Pressing plants into a scrapbook or onto notecards is a great way to record and observe nature. Dawn, our senior director of collections, is walking us through the process in this classic episode of Curious By Nature.
If you’ve been watching Curious By Nature, or attending our workshops, you’ve probably seen our educators showcasing specimens in Cornell boxes. Check out this excerpt and download the materials to learn how to make your own Cornell box craft! You can explore the rest of our Flutter into Fall programming here.
Marjorie is reading “Flip, Float, Fly: Seeds on the Move” by JoAnn Early Macken for today’s Story Time session. Click here to check it out. You can also download our Story Time Graphic Organizer to help guide your Story Time discussion!
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