It’s February, but for many of us, there’s still weeks of cold weather ahead. The winter months can be long–distraction is a good thing. So, I always say, find something fun to study that goes with the season instead of fighting against it!
Planning a study on animal hibernation is something relevant to the season AND you can even do it from inside your warm, cozy house.
To get you started, I put together a list of books you can find at your library to do some reading by the fire.
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- Hibernation Station
- The Animals’ Sleep in Winter
- In the Snow: Who’s Been Here?
- Tracks in the Snow
- Baby Bear’s Not Hibernating
- The Mitten
- A Bear’s Winter House
- Over and Under the Snow
- Animals in Winter
- Time to Sleep
- Don’t Wake Up the Bear!
- When it Starts to Snow
Also, it’s the last day to sign up for Nature Kids: Winter Edition. Five weeks of lessons on winter nature topics. You can go through the course at your own pace and you can even go through it again next year–you have membership for life!