If you are looking for an easy Nature Study project that won’t take a lot of time and resources, a Flower Nature Drawing is perfect!
I did this years ago with my older kids, and when I saw a hyacinth bulb, not yet blooming, in our local Aldi, it jogged my memory, and I snatched it up for our homeschool!
Supplies needed for a flower nature drawing
A flower, not yet blooming
A vase with water
A sketch book or blank paper
A pencil and eraser
Optional: colored pencils
For our flower nature study, we purchased a purple hyacinth from Aldi, but if you have flowers in your yard that are getting close to blooming, you can use those for free! Another option is a bouquet that hasn’t fully bloomed. You can separate the flowers out and let the kids choose a flower to draw from the individual blooms, or you can have them draw the entire bouquet each day!