Wondering what to do over March Break? Well, we have some super fun ideas! Check out this list and watch your March Break go fromâ€¦
Thereâ€™s nothing better than getting outside and seeing animals in their natural habitat. Become an Outdoor Explorer and head over to your local park or even your backyard. Whether itâ€™s birds or insects, youâ€™ll be amazed at how many living creatures you can find.
There are 7 energy-wasting culprits running loose in your home. Accept Operation Conservation to learn how you can stop them and help slow down climate change at the same time!
Humans arenâ€™t the only ones who can keep a beat! Try to copy the sweet moves of these animals as they dance to impress females, confuse their prey and scare off rivals.
You can help caribous, bees, pine martens, painted turtles, or eastern small footed bats.
Grab some markers or paint, glue and scissors; Itâ€™s time to get creative! Whether you want to paint a picture or make something new out of something old, arts and crafts are always fun. You can even make your own paper or turn milk and vinegar into ecofriendly plastic!
Got the acting bug? Try starring in your own play! Get together with friends, create a script, and with a little practice, youâ€™ll be ready to WOW your parents, just like Super Ranger Sophia.
Check out your Journey Map to see what you need to do to advance to the next level! Do you have what it takes to become a Level 6 Earth Ranger?
Bake sales are a perfect way to raise donations for your Bring Back the Wild Campaign. Just remember to ask for permission before you set it up!
Do you still have snow on the ground? Be like one of these winter-loving animals and head outside. Go ice skating, build a snow fort and enjoy it while it lasts!