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Nature Bingo Printable (FREE!)

It’s time for our monthly freebie! Since everyone loved our free nature scavenger hunt printable, we decided to make a nature bingo printable for free as well!

free nature bingo printable

This is something you can easily take along with you while going on a walk to the park, a nature hike, or you could even take it along on a camping trip. It gets the kids out there and digging around in the dirt and bushes, and who knows what they could discover!

We like to start off our bingo game by gathering little pebbles or flower petals to be our bingo markers. It just seems fitting to use pieces of nature to mark our nature bingo sheet.

This is a game that kids of all ages can easily enjoy. We hope that you love it just as much as we do, and don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter and get similar printables and posts sent directly to your email!

Download Your Free Nature Bingo Sheet!

Download your free printable here—> Nature Bingo Printable PDF

Have fun playing outdoors!

Hand Painted Terra Cotta Pots

Pre-K Science for Earth Day!

I have recently started doing “activity time” with my kiddos (1&3), and they are loving it so far. I’ve been trying to implement some sort of learning activity for 30 minutes every day, since my oldest has not started Preschool yet. I absolutely LOVED the activity we did yesterday!

I bought a couple of those cheap $1 terra cotta pots from the store, and I let the kids paint them however they wanted, then after cleaning up, we made a quick run to the home improvement store and I let them pick out a special plant of their choice. My oldest was SO excited. We then planted them, watered them, and sat them in the sunlight!

During the entire process we talked about all of the things plants need to survive, how they grow, and what they do to help us. It was educational, fun, and SUPER messy, but they loved it.

Here’s a picture of the finished product!

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It was fun to see what kind of plant they chose. My son chose a rosemary plant, because we took a moment to smell the herbs, and of course my one-year-old baby girl chose a plant with pretty pink flowers… which she proceeded to rip off of their stems after we planted them 😐 We have now replaced it with a succulent (which I’m going to try and propagate soon!)

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We always talk about how plants grow when planting seeds in the garden, and even my baby girl has learned so much from gardening. They love to help pull weeds and plant baby seeds. My son always kisses the seeds, carefully covers them with dirt, gives them a little pat, and we watch them grow over the next few months. It is just the sweetest thing.