Backyard Birding [Part 1 of 2]

What other animal gives you such fabulous opportunities for observing and learning? You can give your kids some basic birding info and fun Trackers Missions, then head outside and make some fine feathered friends.

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Camper Van Life

Van Life

Getting away these days is tough. Especially when trying to maintain appropriate social distancing. With kids. In the cold and rainy weather. Luckily, it’s still possible to get outside and experience nature safely and comfortably. Enter the Camper Van.

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Get Ready: Family Snow Adventures

While staying inside feels easy and good at the moment, it doesn’t feed our souls. Fear not! With the right gear and preparation, it’s not too hard to get your kids out in the snow and have a fun family adventure.

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Student Spotlight: Lucas – Profile of a Young Carver

Last week’s blog was about why you should consider giving your kid a knife. This week discover the end result of that potential gift: you might inspire that kid to become a carver! Meet Lucas, a 15-year-old who has been going to Trackers homeschool classes for the last ten years. He now makes spoons, bowls and other crafts using his favorite Trackers skill—wood carving—and sells them in his Etsy shop!

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