I am excited to share with you that on Monday, January 20, PBS KIDS will premiere the all-new Dinosaur Train hour long special “Nature Trackers Adventure Camp!” Kids and their families will go on four new outdoor adventures with everyone’s favorite Pteranodon family Buddy, Shiny, Tiny and Don as they travel to different ecosystems and learn about erosion, tree lines, rain forests and canyons. This special event will air on Monday, January 20, at 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. in Las Vegas. Check your local listing for showtimes in your area.
Join the Dinosaur Train Nature Trackers Club
After watching this fun special your kids are going to want to join their own Dinosaur Train Nature Trackers Club, and they can! PBS Kids has created a wonderful resource for families to learn about nature by 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.
This months challenge is the Water and Ice Challenge. Your child will be able to have fun creating a hypothesis and making frost appear! B loved these science experiments especially creating the magical crystals. We cannot wait for our next experiment! There is a new challenge every month, so sign up for the Dinosaur Train Nature Tracker’s Club e-newsletter so your kids can have fun learning about nature and making their own discoveries.
Buddy and the Nature Trackers Book
The Nature Trackers are always on the lookout for interesting things to discover all around them. Kids will enjoy the adventures of Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don as they check out a cave filled with colorful gems, watch baby dinosaurs hatch from eggs, and more. The activities throughout reinforce early learning concepts like colors, action words, counting, matching, and opposites. SRP $9.99, ages 2 and up. Available wherever books are sold.
Dinosaur Train: Nature Trackers Adventure Camp airs Monday, January 20 on PBS Kids!
I am sharing this information with you as a PBS Kids Ambassador. Thoughts and opinions are my own.