The air is (slightly) cooler, the shadows are getting longer, and this morning I found four yellow leaves on the front porch. That can only mean one thing…fall is upon us!
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year – our homeschool is fresh and exciting, holidays are just around the corner, the temperatures are dreamy, and chores on the farm slow down just a bit. Visions of nature walks, pumpkin patches, bonfires, and football games dance through my dreams.
It’s such a wonderful time of year for homeschooling, too! I’ve rounded up some blog posts about my favorite ways to mix in some fall funschooling and added a few extra ideas that our family has enjoyed over the years. Try one, two, three, or all of these to really get the most out of your autumn education. Be sure to tag me @OurJourneyWestward on Instagram when you do!
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Fall Funschooling Nature Study Ideas
We love nature study any time of the year, but fall nature walks are some of our favorites. The landscape is fiery, warm, and lively, while the temperatures are comfortable enough for long explorations.
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