Raise a caterpillar and hatch a butterfly! Click to learn more about the caterpillar stage of the lifecycle with Wings, Worms and Wonder!

Eat, Poop, Repeat: The Life of a Caterpillar

  If you follow me on Instagram, You may be following along with the growth of my backyard Eastern Black Swallowtail caterpillars. I love to observe the life of the caterpillar and its metamorphosis into butterfly. It’s full of slow paced action (eating and pooping), mystery (when will they go into chrysalis), suspense (when will

This Wonder Wednesday 64 activity completes the Winter Solstice Adventure series! Click to head out into the trees to brew your own evergreen solstice tea!

Wonder Wednesday 64: Evergreen Solstice Tea!

  Did you check out yesterday’s post for 7 ways to celebrate the Winter Solstice? Well, today’s Wonder Wednesday 64 activity completes the Solstice Adventure series!  This month we head out into the trees to make evergreen tea! I love all kinds of tea as much as I love chocolate, so I am especially excited

Wings, Worms, and Wonder has all the creative nature connection inspiration and resources waiting for you! Click to find all you need for summer nature connection fun!

Back from Blog-cation Book List!

  Hello Everyone! It’s been a month and I’m back from blog-cation all refreshed and ready for lots of creative nature connection adventures with Wings, Worms, and Wonder!   I’ve been seeing so many rainbows this month!   Over the blog-cation, besides teaching workshops, traveling and hanging out at the beach, I read some great

Create a tree ceremony this Earth Day! Click through to get a Wings, Worms, and Wonder plan for your own Earth Day Tree Ceremony!

Celebrate Earth Day with a Tree Ceremony

  Did you know this Saturday is Earth Day? They say “Earth Day everyday,” which is kinda cliche and empty, but at the essence true. So how can we highlight special ways to create earth celebrations in your everyday life? Today I offer you an idea for honoring some of Mother Earth’s largest children, the trees! Let’s have a tree ceremony!

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Wonder Wednesday 51: Glass Jar Gardens

Happy Wonder Wednesday 51! Today is especially special here at Wings, Worms, and Wonder blog because not only is it the 51st Wonder Wednesday activity, it’s the 400th blog post. 400 blog posts!! It’s blowing my mind a bit to tell you the truth! I mean I know I’ve been doing this for 4 1/4

Welcome back Amy Parmelee sharing about her latest farm stay in Vermont! Click to get inspired for your own farm stay!

Visiting With Vermont Sheep with Amy Parmelee

Vermont in the summer, vacations, and sheep too? Does it get much more fun? I don’t know! Today I am happy to welcome back Amy Parmelee to share all about her latest farm stay in Vermont! You may remember last summer’s posy about her farm stay in Virginia, well she’s hooked and explored a new

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

Check out the WIngs, Worms, and Wonder Draw Deeper Into Nature Interview Series! Click through to get inspired and win a free spot in the course!

Draw Deeper Artist Interviews: Michelle Clever

Welcome to day 4 of the Draw Deeper Into Nature Special Artist Interview Series! This week we are getting to know a little bit more about some of my favorite nature inspired artists working and creatively connecting through art everyday! So I am very happy to introduce to you to Michelle Clever, aka Daughter of the

It's time to make xmas cactus cutting! Click through to learn how from Wings, Worms, and Wonder!

Cactus Cutting Confidence

I am a giant fan of the Xmas cactus as a house plant. It has unique leaf shapes, it’s flowers are spectacular, it boosts green thumb confidence, and it likes to be ignored. Plus, they grow big, don’t have spikes, and cutting a is easy to propagate! I have an 11 year old red one, gifted to me

Frei Otto is an excellent example of ecological literacy in action. Click through to learn how he creates structural harmony with both people and planet through play!

Buildings and Bird Skulls: Frei Otto

What does modern architecture have to do with a bird’s skull you ask? Well let me introduce you to Frei Otto! Otto circa 1970s (Photo Credit) Otto was German architect and engineer of seemingly gravity defying minimal lightweight, but incredibly strong, structures who took not only his inspiration, but his actual building techniques from structures he