Friday: Fun Science Fridays
Our Needs And Seeds lesson packet for teaching children about growing plants is here! Check out this short intro video to get started.
Every Friday at 9 a.m. PST, we’ll share activities that keep you moving through the outdoors around your house. Use #HSIobservers to share your findings with us on social media.
We’ll show you how to make a DIY ant farm from home!
In this fun an easy nature exploration video, we’ll give you tips to hunt for and identify wildflowers.
In this fun an easy river exploration video, we show you how to look for signs of clean water and test its speed.
Here’s an easy guide to getting young children to start observing in the outdoors. Our printable journal makes taking notes extra simple.
Going on a vacation is a great time to use observation skills to chart all the new things you’ve seen. Here’s an easy first journaling experience for younger children.
How can you help? A neighborhood clean up helps prevent trash from entering our ecosystems. This activity is perfect for members of the whole family, at any age.
Getting young children looking at the night sky helps build observation skills and curiosity. Here’s an easy way to approach this activity.
This easy at-home test is a doable way for young children to collect and then examine the harness or softness of rocks.
A fun and easy lesson for young children on how to observe and chart the moon’s phases.
Drawing nature is another way to process our observations using the five senses. This lesson geared for younger children shows you how it’s done.