Here is a fun new journal I gave to my daughter for Christmas. It’s called My Year of Nature. (Please ignore the dirt under my fingernails. I’m a nature-lover myself, and had been digging around in my garden before snapping these photos. 😬 )
You might not suspect it to see her all dolled up in red lace, but my daughter is a nature-lover, too, and loves being outdoors: climbing trees, hiking trails, biking around the neighborhood, or drawing in her journal.
My Year of Nature is packed with fun doodling and writing prompts — all designed to increase your perception skills and get you more in touch with the world around you.
The journalist is encouraged to brainstorm outdoor adventures she’d like to take, take note of what the weather is doing, and look for natural beauty in unexpected places.
I got this sweet little nature journal through Timberdoodle. They sent me one free copy to review, but Abby and I both liked it so much, we bought a second copy to give as a birthday gift to one of her friends.
As a homeschooler, I love the fact that My Year of Nature compliments both my daughter’s science studies and her creative writing class. Anything that gets a child interested in learning, observing, and recording things on their own is a win in my book!
Do you have a nature lover who would enjoy having a journal to organize his/her thoughts and experiences? Or maybe you have a couch potato you’d like to coax into spending more time outdoors. 😂 Either way, My Year in Nature is worth investigating. You can purchase the book through Timberdoodle as a stand-alone product or as part of their Ninth Grade Curriculum Kit.
While you’re on the Timberdoodle website, I’d encourage you to look around. We love everything we’ve ever ordered from this small family-owned company!
PLEASE NOTE: As a member of the Timberdoodle blog team, I routinely receive free or deeply discounted products in exchange for writing honest reviews. Opinions expressed in these posts are 100% my own. I’ve been a happy and enthusiastic Timberdoodle customer for decades — long before I ever started blogging for their company.