The Nurturing Power of Nature
Learn how nature is working all around you, all the time.
About the Activities
Nature is made up of an almost infinite number of small things that work together every day to make a humongous impact. Some of those things are all around us: No matter where you live, insects and natural processes are constantly creating and sustaining life.
In this series of at-home activities, kids will get an up-close look at a few of the creatures and natural processes that keep the world going. By the end of each activity, they will have newfound knowledge as well as a fun craft to take their understanding of the world to the next level.
Brought to you by Colorado State University Extension and USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
Special thanks to Patrick Pulis, Program Associate, and Wade Ingle, Principal Investigator of 4-H/Colorado State University Extension and The West Greeley Conservation District for making this program possible.
Topic: STEM, Biology, Crafting, Gardening
Time: 20 minutes
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