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Pressed for Flowers: A Review and Giveaway!

Do you ever come across the conundrum of wanting to collage flowers, but not having any on hand? Or what about looking up something in an old book and a bunch of flowers or leaves fall out that you intended to make something with, but then forgot about? I’ve always wanted a flower press, but never

Keep those summer garden bugs at bay, organically! Check out this guest post graphic by Angela Thomas!

Organic Gardening & Summer Bugs

Today’s Guest Post is by Angela Thomas. She made this really killer graphic that gives you all the info you need for recognizing and wrangling with those pesky summer garden bugs!! I wish you the best of luck on your adventures with summer bugs! Stay vigilant and you will get your harvests!!   What bugs

This Wonder Wednesday, I offer you the easiest gardening around, re-grow gardening! It's great to do at home, school, or in summer camp!

Wonder Wednesday 46: Re-grow Gardening

Happy Wonder Wednesday #46!! It’s been a great month seeing so much creative nature connection happening in the facilitated Draw Deeper Into Nature eCourse while watching the seasons change from spring to summer. Did you celebrate summer solstice last week? & How about all the ideas from the Summer Fun Series? I hope you’ve been enjoying

Make time for creative nature connection every Wednesday with Wings, Worms, and Wonder Wonder wednesday activities!! Click through to get your free beet painting project!

Wonder Wednesday 45: Beet Painting

Happy Wonder Wednesday #45!! This month I’ve created a PDF for you from the live beet and coffee painting live hour I did May 18! You know I love veggies and I love art, so what better combo than to paint and print with food! + this project doesn’t mess up your beets too badly so you

Combine nature journaling and gardening in this fun Wonder Wednesday seed strip activity! Click through to get the full instructions, free from Wings, Worms, and Wonder!

Wonder Wednesday 44: Seed Tapes

It’s time to seed and plant spring gardens pretty much everywhere in the northern hemisphere and in many places in the southern, you can still plant fall crops too. So this month we are making seed tapes! It is cheap to do, easy to prepare, and fun for all!  I’ve been doing this project in my

I challenge you to write one nature poem this month! Click through to get some great ideas and formats from Wings, Worms, and Wonder!

Fear Poetry? I challenge you!

Did you know April is National Poetry Month in the states? Did that question make you cringe or celebrate? 10 years ago I would have cringed, but now poetry and I have a new relationship. I’m not super into poetry, although I like it, and I’m not super smart about poets, but I do know from

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Inspiration from the Field: AMS 2016 & Beyond

If you’ve been on social media or read the newsletter the past week, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been living it up in Chicago at the American Montessori Society Annual Conference. It’s always a treat to get to go to the AMS conference because it is really awesome to see so many people in one

Let nature inspire writing in all seasons! Click through to get a free nature writing activity!

Wonder Wednesday 41: Nature Writing

Since being in VA, I’ve been hanging around with my 3 year old nephew a lot. He’s gotten into dictating stories. About the scene above he dictated: “He’s a farmer because he’s just a farmer. He’s planting flowers in the snow. His farm is right there and he has animals. I think that’s all I

lean how to make teas and tonic that will make your plants green with joy! click through for the recipes!

Wonder Wednesday 40: Garden Teas and Tonics

Wonder Wednesday is over the hill!! Can you believe this is month number 40? Happy Over the Hill Birthday Wonder Wednesday! As we age, we need more teas, tonics, and home remedies to ease our aches and pains, so to celebrate Wonder Wednesday heading officially into middle age, I offer you Tea and Tonic recipes, but not

For much of the world winter is the time to enjoy relaxing and reflecting on garden successes and challenges, but in the warm climates, winter is when vegetable gardening really ramps up! Click through to learn more about enjoying winter gardening

Seeds Swap: In Winter, Enjoy

So true!!!  For much of the world winter is the time to enjoy relaxing and reflecting on garden successes and challenges, but in the warm climates, winter is when vegetable gardening really ramps up! Southern gardeners enjoy the cooler, drier less humid temperatures and the ability to grow hearty healthy veggies, while Northern gardeners enjoy eating their fall