Lingo Likes: WebRangers

 

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A day spent in the open air offers much more than a walk through the woods.  There are endless educational activities that can be created from venturing into nature, and WebRangers is a great site to supplement children’s outdoor learning experience.  Here’s why we like this website:
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“Parents need to know that this outstanding site from the National Park Service promotes interacting with nature. The main objective is to complete more than four dozen activities — puzzles, mysteries, quizzes, etc. — to earn your “WebRanger” status. The activities vary in difficulty level and topic (parks, animals, nature, people, history, science, and puzzles). Kids can also upload their nature-related photos (they don’t publish any identifiable pictures of children’s faces) and stories (no personal informational allowed). There’s no advertising.”

For more activities for kids that include nature and the great outdoors, visit our educational activities resource page.

Like WebRangers, the Reading Kingdom also helps keeps children safe online with an ad-free experience.  Sign up for a free 30 day trial and see how your child can start learning to read today!

“The Reading Kingdom is the answer to my prayers. As a homeschooler, I was desperate and determined to find materials to help my son read and comprehend better. Reading Kingdom’s methods proved to be just what I was looking for. Everything she offers worked and was so easy to do! In very little time my son became a strong confident reader.” — Colleen Dillon, parent