• November 2020 Wild Kids Magazine
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    Wild Kids Magazine for November 2020

    Happy November!  Here’s this month’s issue of Wild Kids Magazine. Wild Kids Magazine for November 2020   In this month’s issue, we have nature ID sheets (some common examples and sheets to make your own), information about finding accessible trails for everyone, herbal info on calamint and dead nettle, ideas for nature crafts and fun, plus all the usual seasonal nature poems, nature journal pages and more. This month’s issue is 18 pages and as always, it’s ad-free and 100% free to read digitally or print out. Feel free to pass it on to anyone who might benefit. Here’s a little bit of extra information on some of this month’s…

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  • October 2020 Wild Kids Magazine
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    Wild Kids Magazine for October 2020

    Happy October! Here is this month’s edition of Wild Kids Magazine.  As always, it’s ad-free and 100% free to read online or print out.  It’s 18 pages this month. October 2020 Wild Kids Magazine In this month’s issue, we have information on how to force spring bulbs to bloom inside in the winter, leaf printing, an autumn bingo page (and a blank one to make your own), nature jokes, the benefits of misunderstood goldenrod, lavender and more, plus all the usual nature study pages, seasonal poetry, foraging pages and more. Here’s a bit of information about the plants featured in this month’s botanical coloring pages. Goldenrod Medium has a nice…

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  • Wild Kids Magazine September 2020
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    Wild Kids Magazine for September 2020

    Happy September! Here is this month’s issue of Wild Kids Magazine.  As always, it’s ad-free and 100% free to read online or print out.  To read it on your Kindle or Kindle app, save the PDF file and email it to your personal Kindle email address. This month’s issue is 20 pages, with information on drying herbs and flowers, how to make an easy fruit picker from a pop bottle and a broomstick, growing and foraging yarrow and motherwort, September phenology pages, a nature BINGO game and more.  Our poetry this month features some famous Japanese haiku poets in honor of the Japanese Otsukimi “moon-viewing” Festival.  Click here to view or download…

  • November Wild Kids Magazine
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    Wild Kids Magazine for November

    Happy November!  Here is the November issue of Wild Kids Magazine.  It’s 16 pages (PDF) and can be read online or printed out.  As always, it is 100% ad-free and free of charge. November Wild Kids Magazine This month we have information on how to whistle with an acorn cap, how to make mushroom spore prints, and how to do citizen science to help scientists — either at home or in the field.  As always, there are also free printable foraging record keeping pages, nature journal pages, botanical wild plant coloring pages, seasonal poems and more, too. Here are some resources to learn more about this month’s topics. Spore Prints…

  • October Wild Kids Magazine
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    Wild Kids Magazine for October

    Happy October! Here is this month’s issue of Wild Kids Magazine, which you can read online or print out. October Wild Kids Magazine As always, it’s in PDF form and is absolutely free. In this month’s Wild Kids Magazine we have information on foraging acorns for acorn flour, making a wild wreath from vines and wildflowers, making shrunken heads with apples, and more. As always, there are also free printable foraging record keeping pages, nature journal pages, botanical wild plant coloring pages, seasonal poems and more, too. Here are some links to help you explore this month’s themes. Harvesting Walnuts My husband has posted lots of posts about how to…

  • September Wild Kids Magazine
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    Wild Kids Magazine for September

    Happy September! Here is the September issue of Wild Kids Magazine. Wild Kids Magazine for September As always, it’s in PDF form so you can print it out or read it online.  This month’s issue is 16 pages and includes information on making a skin-soothing plantain leaf oil from a weed that’s probably in your lawn or around your neighborhood, apple picking fun, ideas for blowing bubbles with natural materials, a recipe to make easy stovetop crab apple cider, and all the usual foraging coloring pages, nature journal pages, seasonal poetry and more. Here are some links for more information about this month’s topics.   Plantain leaf   Foraging Plantain…