Ten Ways for Families to Enjoy Nature (For Free or Nearly Free!)

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Welcome to the March Carnival of Natural Parenting: Natural Parenting Top 10 Lists

This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by Hobo Mama and Code Name: Mama. This month our participants have shared Top 10 lists on a wide variety of aspects of attachment parenting and natural living. Please read to the end to find a list of links to the other carnival participants.

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Spring is almost in the air, and it is time to shake off the weight of a long, cold winter and start planning some fun family activities in the great outdoors. Thanks to our new economy, many of us don’t have the luxury of planning trips to DisneyLand or weeklong getaways to a fantastic destination hotel, but there are still many wonderful and educational ways to enjoy the changing season without spending a fortune.

1. Talk to Your Local Parks and Recreation Departments. Many municipalities have their own rec departments, and spring is the perfect time to call them and request a copy of their activity catalog. Parks and Rec programs are often geared towards young children or, even better, entire families, and most are reasonably priced if not free.  Our local Parks and Rec department offers activities ranging from martial arts to dance to sports, storytime and even skating.  Give your local department a call and see what they have to offer.

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2. Plan a Scavenger Hunt. A scavenger hunt is a fun activity that you can plan anywhere.  Make a list of backyard objects:  an acorn cap, a maple leaf, a bird’s feather, a robin’s eggshell.  A day at the beach provides an entirely different scavenger list:  a shell, a smooth stone, an insect. For the older kids, turn the scavenger hunt list into riddles for an additional challenge.

3.  Get Crafty.  The sky is the limit when it comes to craft ideas using objects found in nature.  From flower pressing to acorn jewelry to vegetable stamps, nature offers all kinds of opportunities for arts and craftmaking.  If you need some inspiration, this site has a huge list of nature crafts for kids.

4.  Play Outdoors Bingo.  Play bingo using objects that you may find on a nature walk.  Brainstorm different types of insects, tree leaves, plant types, flowers and rocks – those make good bingo words – and compile your cards by using a free bingo card generator like the one on this site.  Just input your word lists, print out your cards, grab a pencil, and play.

5. State Parks. I do pay a lot of compliments to my state’s park system, but they are well-deserved:   Wisconsin has a wonderful park system, as do many other states and municipalities. Don’t assume that your local parks are nothing more than a picnic area with some trees – today’s parks have so much more to offer: groomed hiking and biking trails, nature centers, camp sites, beaches, trail guides, lakes, rivers, playground equipment – parks can offer a family a full day of exciting activities off the beaten path. Research your local parks and start planning your next adventure.

6.  Take a Moonlight Hike.  Nature is so different at night.  Take a family walk around your backyard, your block, or your neighborhood (safety first!) under the cover of night. Enjoy the stars and see how many constellations you can identify.  Listen for new sounds – nocturnal animals and insects provide a totally different symphony in the dark.  A moonlight hike is a new and fun way to experience a familiar setting.

7.  Be Happy Campers. Camping doesn’t need to involve trekking to another state or even across town:  the backyard can be a totally new adventure when enjoyed in a tent.  Enjoy some tasty camp food, tell stories around a campfire, and live “off the land,” even if it is just for an afternoon.

8.  Plant a Garden.  Gardens are a great way to learn about, experience and enjoy the outdoors.  Gardens can teach families wonderful lessons, and children can become active participants in the family garden – from planting to tending to harvesting and eating – at a young age.

9.  Go Fly a Kite.  Is there anything more carefree than kite flying on a breezy afternoon?  An easy flyer can be purchased for just a few dollars, but the family may enjoy making their own kites as much as the experience of flying them.

10.  Get Wet.  Don’t underestimate the enjoyment that a hose and a sprinkler can bring on a hot day.   That means you too, parents.  Go ahead and try it.  Running through the sprinkler on a steamy summer day really is just as fun as you remember it.

This list is just a start.  Readers, what are some of your favorites?

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Carnival of Natural Parenting -- Hobo Mama and Code Name: MamaVisit Hobo Mama and Code Name: Mama to find out how you can participate in the next Carnival of Natural Parenting!

Please take time to read the submissions by the other carnival participants:

(This list will be live and updated by afternoon March 8 with all the carnival links.)

  • Attachment Parenting in the NICU — Erica at ChildOrganics shares some strategies to help you parent naturally in some unnatural circumstances.
  • 10 Reasons to Choose Baby Led Weaning — Luschka from Diary of a First Child shares ten reasons to choose Baby Led Weaning when it comes to solids.
  • Choosing to Breastfeed — From selfishness to self-giving, CatholicMommy at Working to be Worthy lists reasons why breast is best for her and her family.
  • Ten Things I Wish I Knew About Before Little Man — In this reflective post, The ArstyMama discusses ten things she wishes she knew more about before the birth of her son, Little Man.
  • 10 Things That Helped Me Become a Natural MamaThe Accidental Natural Mama counts down ten things that helped her find her moderately crunchy inner mama self.
  • Top 10 Reasons to Breastfeed Your Toddler — Extended breast-feeder Kate Wicker of Momopoly makes her own top 10 list for why she loves nursing her 2-year-old.
  • Top 10 Tips on Authentic Grandparenting — Mamapoekie of Authentic Parenting offers a list of tips to make the grandparent-parent-child relationship flow smoothly.
  • Top Ten “Dad” Things — Liam at In The Now talks about his favourite ways to spend time with his children.
  • Top 10 Natural Strategies for Conception (aka How to Get Pregnant!) — Despite facing plenty of health issues, Jessica Claire at Crunchy-Chewy Mama found her way to two first-try pregnancies thanks to these natural strategies.
  • Top Ten Reasons Why Home Birth Rocks — Lucy at Dreaming Aloud shares her passion for birthing at home – the natural place for natural birth.
  • Top 10 reasons why cloth nappies are fun — Tat at Cloth Nappies Are Fun shows how using cloth nappies can brighten up your day.
  • Top Ten Ways to Be Present With Family — Amy at Innate Wholeness shares how to make the most of parenting and family life through being present.
  • Top 10 Things In My Arsenal of Kitchen Witchy Mama Tricks. — Joni Rae at Tales of A Kitchen Witch shares with us the simple things she would never want to be missing from her cupboards.
  • Top 10 ways I’m not very good at natural parenting (and why I keep trying anyway) — Jenny at Babyfingers shares the ways she is imperfect as a natural parent, and why she embraces natural parenting anyway.
  • Top 10 Ways to Know You Are a Natural Parent — So what makes us “natural parents,” anyway? A lighthearted look at the Top 10 Ways to Know You Are a Natural Parent by the editors and readers of Natural Parents Network.
  • The Top 10 Things Every Natural Household (with children) Should Have — Amanda at Let’s Take the Metro shares a list of the most common natural products and remedies she uses for health and cleaning.
  • Top 10 books for raising loving, spiritual children — In her ‘food for the soul’ post, Mrs Green from Little Green Blog shares her favourite spiritual books. No matter what religion you practise, there’s something for everyone!
  • Top 10 Things No One Told Me About Natural Parenting — Adrienne at Mommying My Way explains that the best things about natural parenting are things she never expected.
  • Top 10 Flower Essences for Families — Kim of Nature Baby Bloggings lists her pick of the top ten flower essence which can help ease families through the ups and downs of life.
  • My Top Ten Parenting Tools — Amyables at Toddler In Tow names the top ten tools that have been helpful to her while learning to parent respectfully and successfully.
  • Ten Ways Families Can Enjoy Nature (for free!) — Spring is nearly in the air, and Jenn at Monkey Butt Junction is dreaming of the fun and frugal ways that her family is going to get out and enjoy nature this summer.
  • 10 Reasons We Unschool — Patti at Jazzy Mama explains why unschooling is the right choice for her family.
  • Must Read: Natural Parenting Top Ten — Amy at Anktangle wants you to do a little reading! She shares her top ten favorite books to help parents prepare for pregnancy, birth, and parenting.
  • Top 10 Breastfeeding Misconceptions — Sheila at A Gift Universe examines ten reasons women give for why they didn’t breastfeed as long as they wanted, and shows how these obstacles can be overcome.
  • Ten Reasons to Plan a Home Birth — Since a home birth can be an incredibly empowering experience, Leslie at Lights and Letters outlines ten reasons why you should plan to have your baby at home.
  • Top Ten Books for Birth, Breastfeeding and Parenting — Megan at Just Me(gan) writes about the ten books that have helped her the most in her natural parenting journey.
  • A Top Ten Letter To Me… — Kat at Loving {Almost} Every Moment writes herself a letter of reflections and bits of wisdom she would have liked to know as a new mama.
  • Top Ten Mama Necessities Money Can’t Buy — Buying baby gear is fun, but Emily at Crunchy(ish) Mama knows real parenting must-haves can’t be bought in stores (or even on Amazon).
  • Top 10 Books for a Natural Mum — Isil at Smiling like Sunshine talks about her Top 10 Books for a Natural Mum.
  • Ten Great Spring Activities To Do With Preschoolers — Kellie at Our Mindful Life and her family have come up with a great list of activities to do together this spring.
  • 10 Ways to Reuse Yogurt Containers — Acacia at Fingerpaint & Superheroes keeps the stacks of yogurt containers out of her recycling bin by reusing them in both practical and creative ways.
  • Top Ten Ways To Have a Harmonious Home — Jennifer at Hybrid Rasta Mama shares her natural parenting-inspired methods for maintaining a harmonious daily life with her toddler.
  • 10 Natural Baby Items I Love — Charise at I Thought I Knew Mama shares product ideas to support your natural parenting.
  • The Pandas’ Top Five Crunch-osophies — Top five crunchy philosophies, as employed at the Panda Residence by Ana at Pandamoly.
  • Top 10 Reasons to Leave Your Son Intact — Mandy at Living Peacefully with Children has shared 10 reasons why you should leave your newborn son intact.
  • Ten things everyone should know about unassisted homebirth — Olivia at Write About Birth shares practical tips for women considering an unassisted homebirth and debunks some common myths
  • 10 Most Popular Ways To Treat Cloth Diaper Stains — Chante at My Natural Motherhood Journey gives ten easy tips to make your diapers like new.
  • 10 Lessons in 1 Year — Abbie at Farmer’s Daughter shares 10 parenting lessons that she has learned throughout her first year of motherhood.
  • Top 10 Ways to Get Breastfeeding Off To a Good Start — Sheryl at Little Snowflakes shares 10 effective ways to ensure breastfeeding gets off to a good start.
  • Top 10 Ways to Avoid a Time-Out — If you are uncomfortable using time-outs in an attempt to control your child’s behavior, try one of these gentler alternatives. Dionna at Code Name: Mama shares her Top 10 Ways to Avoid a Time-Out.
  • My Top 10 Parenting ScripturesDulce de leche is learning to integrate faith and parenting. Whether it is breastfeeding, babywearing, comforting her children, or gentle discipline, she finds that the Bible has beautiful passages to encourage her on her journey.
  • Natural Cleaning Ideas – Top 10 — Laura at Laura’s Blog lists the ways she keeps her house clean and clear of chemicals.
  • My Top Ten (plus two) Life Altering and Growth Inspiring Books — A top ten list of books from MJ at Wander Wonder Discover that changed her life as an individual, a parent, and an earth dweller.
  • Top 10 Ways to Use Natural Parenting for Children with Special Needs — Danielle at Mommy Makes Cents feeds the needs of her family and special needs child through the use of Natural Parenting.
  • Ten Fundamentals — Seonaid at The Practical Dilettante gets philosophical with a list of the fundamentals that drive her natural parenting.
  • 10 reasons why I chose breast over bottles — Becky at Old New Legacy writes a quick list of why she chose breast over bottles.
  • Top Ten Natural Tools for the Work of Play — Lori at Beneath the Rowan Tree offers insight into 10 natural toys that will span the early years (and save you money).
  • 10 differences between pregnancy and parenting in Japan and the US — Megan at Ichigo Means Strawberry gives her impressions about differences in pregnancy and parenting in Japan and the US.
  • Natural Parenting Benny & Bex Style — Pecky at Benny and Bex explains why Natural Parenting principles work best for her boys.
  • Top 10 Reasons to Co-Sleep — 10 practical, emotional, and completely selfish reasons to co-sleep and share a family bed from Lily, aka Witch Mom.
  • My Top Ten New Mommy Moments — Melissa at The New Mommy Files recounts the ten most memorable moments of her daughter’s first year.
  • Top Ten Things Every Breastfeeding Mother Needs to Know — Kristen at Adventures in Mommyhood believes knowledge is power and wants all moms to be well informed.
  • Top 10 Nursing Positions / SituationsMomma Jorje uses her 5½ years of nursing experience to share her Top 10 Nursing Positions/Situations. She includes some adorable photos of her youngest daughter at the breast.
  • Ten Top Ways to Connect Kids with Nature — Terri from Child at the Nature Isle offers 10 ways to immerse ourselves in the natural world and develop a love affair with the Earth.
  • Top 10 Slacker Ways to Natural ParentGuavalicious is happy to show you how to parent naturally the slacker way.
  • Simply what it looks like — Andrea!!! from Ella-Bean & Co. offers a glimpse into natural parenting through the eyes of mama and babe.
  • Top Ten Reasons Why Natural Parenting Dads Are So Attractive — Nada at miniMOMist sure digs her husband, but it’s not just his good looks — it’s his parenting!
  • 10 Family Systems and Routines That Work for Us — See what routines, organizational systems, and parenting approaches work for Kristin at Intrepid Murmurings to help avoid conflict and maintain sanity in a family with three young children.
  • Top 10 reasons to choose midwifery care — Lauren at Hobo Mama lists the features that drew her to midwives’ care for pregnancy and birth.
  • 10 Ways to Cloth Diaper on a Budget — Michelle at The Parent Vortex shares her best thrifty cloth diapering tips.
  • Ten Reasons it Felt Sew Good To Make My Own Play Food — Brittany at Mama’s Felt Cafe lists her 10 (OK, 11) favorite reasons to grab a needle and start sewing your own felt play toys.
  • Top10 Ways to Spark Interest, Learn, and Have Fun With Everyday Tasks! — Bethy at Bounce Me to the Moon gives you her top 10 ways of incorporating fun and lessons into everyday tasks and chores.
  • Postpartum Gift Ideas — Alicia at I Found My Feet suggests a top 10 list of gifts for mother’s after giving birth.
  • My Top Ten Shows Worthy Of Screen Time — Tree at Mom Grooves shares her top ten list of shows that she believes are positive, educational, kind, joyful, and a nice way to share some downtime with your children.
  • The Top 10 Ways to Succeed as an Working Attachment ParentThat Mama Gretchen shares tried and true ways to succeed with attachment parenting even when working away from home during the day.
  • Top Ten Books for Natural Parenting — Pregnancy, herbs, cooking, and healthcare the ten books Asha at Meta Mom the most.
  • Preparing for a Hospital VBAC: My Top 10 — Thomasin at Propson Palingenesis shares 10 ways she’s preparing for her upcoming hospital VBAC.
  • Top Ten New Mom Survival Tools — Wolfmother shares her most beloved motherhood survival tools at Fabulous Mama Chronicles.
  • Top 10 Montessori Principles for Natural Learning — Deb Chitwood at Living Montessori Now gives her top 10 list of Montessori principles parents can use to encourage their children s natural learning.
  • Going Granola — Tashmica from The Mother Flippin’ Blog describes the 10 ways that natural parenting sneaked up on her. She never expected to go all granola on the world.
  • Step Away From the Amazon List — Stefanie at Very, Very Fine wishes she hadn’t bought so much useless stuff.

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59 Responses to Ten Ways for Families to Enjoy Nature (For Free or Nearly Free!)

  1. Terri

    Jenn, this is hilarious…for the 2nd time in the blog carnival we have written on exactly the same topic without knowing it until our posts were published! Do we have some kind of telepathy going on? I'm loving your nature connection ideas and I hope you will check out mine. Onelove, Terri

    • Jenn @ Monkey Butt J

      Terri, that is hilarious! I think that the universe is trying to tell us something. Maybe we should work on a post or a series of posts together sometime – we sure seem to have some similar ideas. I can't wait to read your post, I'm heading there next.

      • Terri

        Great idea! Thanks for the book recommendation, I will look out for it.
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  2. Bethy

    I can't wait tell spring! Your list makes me want t have a picnic and fly a kite!!!
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  3. mamapoekie

    great post! nature is wonderful and as sunshine iscoming out again, it is calling us to come and visit again!
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  4. Ana @Pandamoly

    Great suggestions! I'm looking forward to spring so that we can break out of the house and into the yard! Baby is fully immersed in his curiosity stage, and I can't wait to take him outside and let him take it all in!
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  5. MJ

    Great list!! And this is so so important to do :) !!
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  6. Kristen @ Adventures

    Love this list. My daughter loves going outside rain or shine and, while I prefer shine, she's made me realize that the opportunities are endless no matter what the weather. Definitely going to try some of your crafts. Thanks!
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  7. ThaiHoa

    Great resources and ideas! Thanks! I love being outdoors and every time I take my daughter out I can see her face light up, and she always cries when she has to go back in. Nature is a wonderful free playground!

  8. I Thought I Knew Mam

    Great list! There is nothing like enjoying the outdoors. I can't wait for Spring to get here, and I want to try your suggestion for a moonlight walk!
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  9. Liam

    I like idea #6. I frequently go for walks with my kids around our neighbourhood, but that's always during the day. Once it warms up a little bit, I think I'm going to use this one.
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  10. Brittany@Mama's

    What a great list! I desperately need new activities for my toddler other than library story time. Now if only it would stop snowing once a week, I would be a happy camper!
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  11. Thomasin

    Scavenger hunts–I'd totally forgotten how much fun those can be! Thanks for the list (always looking for fun, low cost activites). :-)

  12. Nada

    I am just dying for the warmer weather. I can't wait to start taking my family out for a fun walk in the warm sun. We live close to our church too, so we can walk there on Sundays. :)

  13. Lauren @ Hobo Mama

    I second the call to your local parks department — or, in my case, I go to the website and download the catalog. There's an incredible array of cheap activities for toddlers on up. My husband loves flying kites he finds at thrift stores, and fortunately we live across from a windy beach! And every time we pass the hose outdoors, even in winter, Mikko asks to "spray water." There really is something tantalizing about that!
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  15. Dionna @ Code Name:

    I can't wait until Kieran can tolerate the car more – I would gladly do local state parks as day trips. Tom and I used to love road trips!
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  29. Kristin @ Intrepid M

    Yes, great list!!! We do a lot of these, too! I want to get out more, and hate paying for stuff when there is SO much great stuff right outside our door to explore. Today, we went for a long "rock walk" to collect rocks for a project — just what we all needed, it felt great!
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  32. Tat

    Fantastic list. Outdoor bingo, here we come! We love feeding ducks at our local park and also have a bird feeder on our balcony. It is a bit of work, but well worth it. The kids get so excited watching the birds.

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  36. Gretchen

    I'm excited for my daughter to get a little older so we can pick lots of fruit/veggies in the summer for canning!

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  38. Adrienne

    Thanks for sharing this great list! I'm excited to get my little one used to enjoying outdoor activities like the ones you mentioned!

  39. Megan

    I'm looking forward to exploring the parks in my area as the weather warms up!
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  42. Mrs Green @ littlegr

    Awesome list – thank you so much! We're great 'outdoor' people but it's often the little things you forget, such as the beauty of a moonlit walk. Love your bingo idea too – thanks so much for all the inspiration!
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  43. Seonaid

    I'm going to have to use this list as a kick start. I keep going outside w/ my kids and then standing there, thinking, "Now what?"

  44. Isil

    I love your list. Spring is just around the corner and I am very happy that we will spend more time outdoors.

  45. Kerstin

    Quality information, cool blog theme, continue the great work

  46. abbie

    Love your top ten! We will probably be doing all of those this spring/summer.

  47. Amanda @ Let's

    I enjoy your thoughts :) I can't wait until my children are older to do some of these things, but for now we enjoy walking along the Delaware canal and working in the garden I have yet to plant :)

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