Discovering Rhythm and Music in Nature by Tales of a Mountain Mama

BonBon Break


Finding Rhythm and Music in Nature with your kids is easier than you think.

As school begins across the country, many children are spending more and more time inside behind desks.  We have chosen to try out the homeschool route for our kindergartener, which means I am looking for more intentional learning in nature.  While we will have to be spending some time on a computer for the curriculum we chose, getting outside for lessons is more important than ever before.

Learning happens around us though out the day, every day.  It is not confined to books and indoor spaces.

This is an easy lesson in exploration of nature, their own bodies and music and rhythm.  It is only enhanced by a (very) rainy day.

AmeliaTopHdABOUT AMELIA: Amelia lives with her husband and three young children (2 boys and a baby girl) in Yellowstone National Park. She and her family live each moment to the fullest, with the belief that life is precious. Together with her husband, she encourages adventures for their kids in the form of skiing, hiking, biking, running, camping and lots of outdoor playing. Amelia writes at Tales of a Mountain Mama in an attempt to inspire others to get outside daily too with tips and tricks, stories and lots of gear reviews and giveaways.

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