If you live in a place where there’s snow right outside your door, lucky you! Get out in it every day. If you have to drive to the snow, get your gear organized and make it happen! Getting out in the snow is good for your mind and body, and your kids’ too. Once you’re in the snow, then what? If you’re looking for some low-key, simple fun, here are 7 fun and easy snow activities to do with your kids.
Our first Fireside Chat features Grammy Award-winning bassist, educator, and naturalist Victor Wooten. He shares his perspective on learning and the power of truly engaging experiences.
When choosing any camp, including a Trackers camp, we recognize that parents and guardians have a lot of important questions. Our expert staff is here to answer your most common questions and give insight about what to look for when choosing the right camp for your child.
In my last backyard birding blog, I wrote about how kids can identify birds based on their size, shape, field marks and song. I also explained some Trackers skills like territory mapping and understanding Bird Language. This week I’ll show you some ways kids can get to know their new feathered friends even better.