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With spring right around the corner, I am really in the mood for these cute nature learning activity books for kids. I can’t quite get outside in the garden yet, but I can bring the garden and the spring birds inside. Get your child interested in nature of all types with these fun sticker activity books. Product was provided for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
Nature Learning Activity Books for Kids by Olivia Cosneau
Birds of the World
Beautifully illustrated by Olivia Cosneau, Birds of the World: My Nature Sticker Activity Book introduces aspiring ornithologists to the rich variety of avian friends that inhabit our world, including nightingales, swallows, penguins, and toucans, among others. In the process, children will learn about these astonishing creatures through a range of coloring activities, removable stickers, and fun facts.
In the Vegetable Garden
What’s more fun or magical than digging in the dirt, planting and watering seeds, and then watching them grow? In the Vegetable Garden: My Nature Sticker Activity Book is a colorful introduction to the wonders of gardening, as fledgling gardeners learn about the different types of fruits and vegetables they can grow, and how to care for them through engaging activities, stickers, and many interesting facts.
These two nature learning activity books for kids are a great way to get them interested in the natural world. Each book contains over 100 stickers, 25-30 activities, and a quiz. I love that the book has removable stickers that you can use over and over again. You could easily use this book as part of a unit study if you’re homeschooling. Or, you can just let your child enjoy learning more about plants and birds as a way to get them more interested in nature.
Also, you can find other books in this series from the author that include dinosaurs, seashore, and butterflies.
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