Homeschooling has been a wonderful journey for my family. One of my favorite things about the journey is having a more intimate connection with each of my kids as they discover who they are. We have also enjoyed many many hours of nature study and exploration.
Now that the homeschooling journey is coming to a close, new exciting adventures are before us. But that doesn’t mean I will let those connections go. And the hours of nature study and exploration will give way to maybe an afternoon here or there, but I’ll still get us out there.
Especially with my youngest, my math science nature girl.
So I jumped at the chance to review Nature Girl A Guide to Caring for God’s Creation By Karen Whiting and Rebecca White.
Being a “green girl” for God means more than just caring for our planet. It also means appreciating God’s creations and understanding our responsibility in caring for the earth.
Each chapter covers different topics like water, air, energy, recycling, and renewing the earth, and includes crafts, Scripture verses, games, quizzes, interviews with real people and quotes from real girls. The book also contains science-based activities, career ideas, plus resources for more information.
Part of the bestselling Faithgirlz brand, Nature Girl: A Guide to Going Green is a fun read for any girl who enjoys science or the outdoors and a great resource for parents, homeschoolers, and educators.
This book is a wonderful tool for nature minded sweet girls. I can imagine handing this book to one such young lady in a basket with a few tools and supplies so that she can get right to work exploring, experimenting, learning!
I am thankful to BookLookBloggers for the opportunity to review this book.