Support for PBS Parents provided by:


  • Cat in the Hat
  • Curious George
  • Daniel Tiger
  • Dinosaur Train
  • Peg + Cat
  • Sid the Science Kid
  • Super Why!
  • Wild Kratts
  • Martha Speaks
  • The Electric Company
  • WordGirl
  • Thomas & Friends
  • Cyberchase
  • Arthur
  • Sesame Street
  • Between the Lions
  • Mama Mirabelle
  • Caillou
  • Chuck Vanderchuck
  • Oh Noah
  • Fetch!
  • Fizzy's Lunch Lab
  • Maya & Miguel
  • Mister Rogers
  • Postcards from Buster
  • Clifford
  • SciGirls
  • Wilson & Ditch
  • WordWorld
  • DragonFly TV
  • ZOOM
Dinosaur Discoveries

Nature Trackers Club


Enter your email address to receive our monthly e-newsletter.


What is the Nature Trackers Club?

Dinosaur Train Nature Trackers Club is a community of young children, their families and educators committed to learning about nature and doing good things for their environment. Nature Trackers enjoy exploring and having adventures, respecting their environment, collecting things, tracking and observing plants and animals, and challenging themselves to get outside and make discoveries every day. We post new Nature Trackers Challenges monthly – sign up for our e-newsletter (above) to get them sent right to you inbox!

 

How do I become a Nature Tracker?

Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don formed a Nature Trackers Club and you can join too! Print out the Nature Trackers Guide Book to get started. All you need to do is complete a Nature Trackers Challenge, and you’re on your way! And to receive your official Nature Trackers token, complete all four challenges and mail in the membership form included in the Guide Book.* You can also print out your own Nature Trackers Club sign to mark your clubhouse!

And remember, the first rule of the Nature Trackers club is to have fun!

*Offer good while supplies last.

Get Into Nature! image
Get Into Nature! image
Get Into Nature! image

This Month’s Challenge

Click here to print May’s “A Garden of Carrot Tops” Challenge and be your own vegetable farmer! When walking around the market, how many different vegetables do you see? There are many kinds of vegetables that come in different colors and shapes. But vegetables don’t really come from the grocery store, they come from a farm and the farmer who grows them. Some vegetables grow in the ground such as carrots or potatoes and the farmer has to pull them out to harvest them. Some vegetables grow on vines or plants above the ground, such as string beans or cabbage. You can grow your own carrot plant inside your home from just the top of the carrot!

 

Monthly Challenge Archive

New to the Nature Tracker’s Club? You can find all of our past activities here!

 

2014 Nature Trackers Calendar

The new Dinosaur Train Nature Trackers 2014 Calendar includes a challenge every month! Download the calendar here!

 


More Nature Trackers Fun!


Produced by:
Henson Company logo
2012 The Jim Henson Company. JIM HENSON'S mark & logo, SID THE SCIENCE KID mark & logo, characters and elements are trademarks of The Jim Henson Company. All Rights Reserved.

What's this?

PBS Parents Picks

  1. Raise a Positive Child image

    Raise a Positive Child

    Get tips for raising an optimistic kid in a sometimes pessimistic world.


  2. All About Daniel Tiger image

    All About Daniel Tiger

    See why parents and kids love this grrr-ific program.


  3. Visit Camp PBS Parents! image

    Visit Camp PBS Parents!

    Add fun to summer learning with Camp PBS Parents!


PBS Parents Newsletter

Find activities, parenting tips, games from your child's favorite PBS KIDS programs and more.

×