Eight Great Books About Animal Tracks to Support Nature-Based Learning
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Animal tracking is an ancient skill that early humans relied on for their survival. Today, learning to identify animal tracks is just one of many skills to add to your nature detective toolkit.
Being a nature detective means always keeping a sharp eye out for clues about the natural world. While wild animals can be hard to spot, they often leave clues of their presence, from tracks to droppings to unfinished remnants of meals. By learning to identify these clues, you can get to know your animal "neighbors" and their habits and preferences.
These eight great books pair nicely with our Animal Tracks Box and provide the perfect jumping off point for hours of tracking-inspired nature study and outdoor exploration!
Become a “Nature Detective” as you learn to identify animal tracks and other clues in this engaging book featured in our Animal Tracks Box.
Put your nature detective skills to the test by trying to identify the common wildlife tracks covered in this book.
Finally, a book that capitalizes on the universal kids obsession with poop! Your little explorer will love learning about how to track animals based on both scat and tracks.
This colorful, engaging book includes life-sized representations of tracks from around the world, as well as fascinating facts about the animals that make them.
Keep the learning going with the Wonderkin Animal Tracks Box, available in our online shop.