Nature Kids Activities

Observe, investigate, and share nature with iNaturalist!

7 June 2023

Investigate species everywhere you go with these simple steps to get started with iNaturalist.

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Family identifying their pond dipping finds together
Pond dipping with North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance at a 2021 Family Nature Night

Pond Dipping

6 June 2023

Everything you need to know to go pond dipping with your family.

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See how many of these bugs you can find in your backyard!

Bug Scavenger Hunt

6 June 2023

Go on a Bug Scavenger Hunt in your own backyard!

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Handful of seed bombs (Photo NCC)
Handful of bee bombs - photo by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Bee Bombs

6 June 2023

Bees are important to us because they pollinate plants in nature, farmers fields, and even in our vegetable gardens. You can help the bees with this fun activity! 

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Spring Seek and Find

11 April 2023

Explore outside and see how many things you can check off your Spring Seek and Find!

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Winter Bug Count

8 February 2023

Not sure what that creepy crawly in your basement is? Experts will help identify your find!

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Make a Snow Fort

23 December 2022

Discover why some animals spend the winter under the snow by building your own snow fort!

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Trumpeter Swan running along water

Swan Snowshoe Challenge

21 December 2022

Try warming up an egg like a swan or running 100 m to take flight.

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Winter Bird Feeder Maze Activity

21 December 2022

Download and print this fun activity sheet to help this winter bird find its way to the bird feeder!

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Winter Birdwatching Scavenger Hunt

8 December 2022

Kids can have fun bird watching too! These activity sheets have been created with junior bird watchers in mind, so get out and get observing. How many of our feathered friends can you find?

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Nature Alberta's 50th Anniversary


In celebration of Nature Alberta’s 50th Anniversary year, through April 2021, Individual Nature Alberta Lifetime Memberships are only $10! Nature needs our help now more than ever — and there’s never been a better time to show your support!