Wildflowers Nature Unit Study

The theme for the month of May in The Nature Book Club is wildflowers. I have been looking forward to this theme and to Spring-time for awhile now so that we could start a Wildflowers Nature Study. I love seeing the tree line and grassy areas around our little farm fill up with pops of color from the wildflowers growing.

Earlier this month our “spring” weather was a little uncooperative with rain and chilliness, so we started our Wildflowers Nature Study this past week with a stroll around our little farm to take pictures of some of the wildflowers that have begun to fill the tree line and grass with color.

Wildflowers Nature Study

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After I uploaded our wildflower photos to the laptop, we spent some time trying to identify them with the Take-Along Guide Wildflowers, Blooms and Blossoms by Diane L. Burns.

Here are a few of the wildflowers that we have discovered on our farm so far.

Wildflowers Nature Study

Wildflowers Nature Study

wildflowers nature study

wildflowers nature study

The only wildflower in our Take-Along Guide that we could positively identify (which I did not get a photo of!) is White Clover. We currently have a large quantity of clover growing in our yard.

We watched a YouTube Video about Trillium, which is the Ohio State Wildflower.

Next week we will continue our Wildflowers Nature Study, hopefully, we will find a few more wildflowers when we take a hike up the little mountainside behind our house into Wayne National Forest.

I found these wildflower coloring pages and put together a YouTube Playlist for our Wildflower Nature Study to watch on days that are not so easy to get outside to explore our little mountainside backyard. These flower activities are also great for indoor discovery.

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Be sure to check out these amazing posts from The Nature Book Club Co-hosts for more Wildflowers Nature Study activities and ideas.

Miss Rumphius Mixed Media Art from Emily at Table Life Blog

Wildflower Walk and Pressing Flowers from Barbara at Handbook of Nature Study

Wildflowers Nature Study from Jenny at Faith and Good Works

Oregon Nature Study Quiz: Wildflower Edition from Eva at Eva Varga

Wildflower Fairy Poetry & Art Activity from Melanie at Wind in a Letterbox

Flower Fairy Peg Dolls from Cassidy at Freshly Planted

Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms Online Book Club from Dachelle at Hide the Chocolate

Wildflowers Unit Study & Lapbook from Tina at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus

Fingerprint Painting on Canvas Activity from Katrina at Rule This Roost

DIY Flower Press from Thaleia at Something 2 Offer

Dandelion Life Cycle Learning Activities from Karyn at Teach Beside Me

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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. I love this idea! Ok, I love flowers and incorporating them into my homeschool is such a GREAT idea!! Thanks for all of the great tips & resources! I’ll definitely be putting them to use throughout the summer!

    1. You’re Welcome! We are planning to do alot of outdoor summer homeschooling to discover all of the different flowers in our area.

  2. I love these photos! They remind me of how much beauty naturally surrounds us. We’ve just got to stop and look around. <3

    1. Thank you! Yes, there is so much beauty around us all the time!

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