In the same series as Nature Log and Bird Log, the Bug Log gives young naturalists a place to record insect sightings. There are 30 two-page log entries, where kids can record the name of the bug, the date/time, season, weather, location, visual details, sounds, additional notes and a drawing of the bug. The last portion of the journal includes 8 pages for additional photos or artwork plus 8 bug coloring pages. 5.5" x 8.5" and spiral-bound.
The Perfect Introduction to Journaling and to Nature
The positive effects of journaling--especially for children--have been celebrated for decades. Journaling helps to build self-esteem while also enhancing skills in writing, drawing, and observation!Bug Log Kidsis a one-of-a-kind keepsake that families will cherish forever. Created by DeAnna Brandt and Daniel Brandt, the book's 30 Log pages present simple questions that gently guide children to record and to draw their important insect and spider observations. An additional 8 Photo/Art pages are ideal for pasting pictures or creating more artwork, while 8 Coloring pages also add to the fun. Plus, a Log Tips page offers special hints for using this book, and a Life List allows kids to keep track of all the different bugs seen. So bringBug Log Kidson your next outing. Play some games, make a craft, and try an experiment. Write about your experiences. Draw what you see. Have fun, and enjoy nature!
My daughter and I skimmed the book after its arrival; she has made good use of it. There are still plenty of pages to record her findings! Best for grades 3 through 6, but could be great material for parent, older sibling, or other to explore together. (From Reviewers memory)
9 months ago