ExplorationObservation deck!Sometimes a really great way to learn about animals and nature is to simply observe!Spend a day sitting outside in a park or a yard and concentrate on observing and listening. What different kinds of animals and insects do you see? What do you notice about each one? Do most of the animals seem to be looking for food? Are most of the bugs crawling, flying, or both?At the end of the day, review your observations and see if there are any new things you can learn from what you saw!
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