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National Wildlife Federation: Ranger Rick

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Fun and engaging resource for kids and teachers. Students can learn about wildlife and ecology while reading stories and articles, playing games, and doing activities. The site changes every month to correspond with the current Ranger Rick magazine. The parent and educators’ guide offers extensions of the activities on the home page. Join the fun with Ranger Rick and his gang and learn some more about nature.


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