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Mr. Prentice

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Observing Nature

Click on the activity page. Choose one of the options below to record your observations. Click to add a picture of something you observed. Click to add a video of your observations. Click to talk about your observations or record interesting sounds you hear. Click to draw a picture of your observations Click to upload pictures from your device. Use the , , or tools to add labels or descriptions of the observations you made. Click the to upload.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Science
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Spring is an exciting time to observe nature. Animals are busy exploring the world around them, plants are sprouting back to life, and the landscape we see every day is ever-changing. This week, I want you to spend some time outside. Get some fresh air and observe all that nature has to offer. You can go on a walk with your family or just observe nature right outside your door. Use all of your senses to observe what is going on around you. What do you see, smell, hear, and feel? Maybe you even notice a certain taste in the air. (Please don't use your sense of taste to sample anything else outdoors.) Take some time to slow down, look carefully, close your eyes and listen, observe something you have never noticed before.