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7 Winter Outdoor Learning Activities

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Build Your Own Stonehenge


Here's a unique way to celebrate the next 1,000 years. Building your own Stonehenge is easier than you think. All you need is rope, marker stones or small stakes, and a compass.

Read the instructions for Build Your Own Stonehenge.

Talking Sticks and Public Speaking

Are you and your child planning a nature walk in the near future?

Read the instructions for Talking Sticks and Public Speaking.

Stones, Pendants, and Rockhounds

You and your kids can create lovely earth jewelry.

Read the instructions for Stones, Pendants, and Rockhounds.

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