Games Page

Games Page

Welcome to our game pages. We have several games for you. Each one is in black and white so you may print them out and color the pictures as well as play the games. Let us know if there is something you would like to see! Click on the ladybug to go to each page.

The Weather Word Game: Find the hidden words that tell you about the weather around us.

The Nature Maze:This game needs to printed out too! Do you know what color a Chickadee is suppose to be? Go to our answer page to find out! There is room for you to draw too. Have you seen a bird's nest before? Why don't you draw one yourself?

The Treehouse Crossword:Solve the crossword and color the pictures. Can you draw a bird that you have seen in your backyard?

Nature Projects

Here are some nature projects you can do at home in your own backyard, at a park or a nature center. Let us know if you have any questions or projects of your own.

A Nature Notebook: Use an inexpensive small notebook, and decorate the cover with drawings, stickers or a collage. Magazines are good for make the collage. Pick a special time each week to sit in the backyard or front yard, or a park. Take the notebooks and pencils or crayons, with you. Look around and sketch what you see! A leaf can be traced. A flower or tree can be drawn, or a bird. Even the clouds swirling around in the sky are there for you to sketch. It doesn't matter how the drawings look. What matters is that you are learning to notice the things around you and sharing your thoughts with your family and friends.

A Nature Collage: Ask an adult for magazines that you may cut up. Look through the magazines for pictures of flowers, trees, bugs, birds or wildlife that are similar to what is in your backyard. Cut them into nice shapes, then glue them onto cardboard or construction paper. Make the collage by overlapping the pictures a little bit until the entire page is filled. You can then glue on feathers, leaves, dried flowers or bits of moss where there are small open spaces. You can frame your collage too, or hang it as it is in your room. You will be bringing nature inside to enjoy!

Queen Anne's Lace:This flower is really a pretty "weed" that grows in many places. It is round, white and frilly looking. You can cut it with a fairly long stem, about 6 to 10 inches from the flower. Fill a glass or vase with fresh water and add drops of food coloring. Put your flowers in the water, and after awhile the Queen Anne's Lace will turn color! Do you know why?

 
 
 

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