Observe and investigate as you search for animal tracks outdoors.
Print this page, trace the animal tracks, and then head outside together to see if you can spot any tracks along the sidewalk, at a park, or even on a tree. If you find some tracks, use this page as a guide to figure out which animal might have made them. Do they look like dog tracks? Could they be tracks from a bird?
Write, draw, and talk about what you observe. You might also take a picture of the tracks and find out which animal made them by looking them up online or in the library.
Screen-time can help families learn and connect, and taking screen-time breaks can, too.
An article about using children’s questions as a springboard into playful learning.
Ji-Young and Tamir Build a Robo-plane
A video about teamwork and sharing.
Blueprint for Upcycling
An activity page about upcycling.
Ernie shows Elmo ways to turn a used water bottle into art.
Bert & Ernie Reuse & Reinvent!
An interactive game about upcycling.
An article about upcycling projects.