Back To Homeschool Facebook Party – Pocket Naturalist Guide Giveaway

 

Let’s kick the party off with a giveaway geared toward this week’s Nature Week theme at The Homeschool Scientist. I LOVE these folding, laminated Pocket Naturalist Field Guides from Nature’s Workshop Plus. (They, also, have activity books to go along with them, but I haven’t tried them out…yet!)

 

I bought a couple a while back at their booth at our local homeschool convention. They are lightweight so they are so much better for  stowing in a backpack on the trail. Since these are laminated, if they get wet or dirty, just wipe them off. No harm done!

Nature’s Workshop Plus is The Homeschool Scientist’s recommended vendor for dissection specimens and lab supplies. The quality of their dissection specimens is simply superior to others I have used. 

Enter to win either a Butterflies and Moths Pocket Guide or an Animal Tracks guide by following the Rafflecopter instructions. Thanks for partying with us!

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Comments

  1. 6

    Heather says

    We do not own any nature guide books, yet. We are planning on starting to purchase them for this homeschool year, though :)

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      says

      Oops should have clicked the button above. Yes, we have quite a few Peterson Guides and a bookshelf full of nature books. I add to collection by visiting library book sales.

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    Elizabeth Bovender says

    I am really looking forward to teaching my children about nature…these would be an awesome addition to our every growing stock of supplies for the upcoming year!!!

  3. 24

    JessW says

    We own several but I’m in the market for some more good ones that are easy to use for my little guys… preschool and early elementary.

  4. 26

    Wendy L says

    My boys Love to play in the woods around our house! We are doing Park Quest in Maryland this year and the kids are loving learning about the plants and animals!

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    Lara says

    We were gifted several old copies of Golden nature guides that have really helped us to identify what we find on our nature walks!

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    One Blessed Mamma says

    We live in Florida, and there is a great series called “Florida’s Fabulous…” that is really handy for regional flora and fauna, but it’s not really the type of thing you take with you on a hike :-).

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    Emily Nicloy says

    We have a bird pocket guide and a couple apps on our iPad that we use on field trips. Love them!

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    Lawana Schrieffer says

    We have several from Audobon. They’ve been very helpful when Identifying trees and bushes.

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    Christina says

    I posted this before but I guess I did it in the wrong spot so I will post here as well. We have never used nature guidebooks. We would LOVE to though.

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