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Celebrate Earth Day with a Little Help from Ranger Rob! (and kid friendly tips) Airs on Treehouse (Canada) and Sprout (US) April 22, 2018

Earth Day is April 22 and there will be an Earth Day special on the Ranger Rob show!


LET’S GET OUTSIDE! Ranger Rob is our enthusiastic, adventurous HERO and he is all about getting outside to PLAY, EXPLORE and DISCOVER! Bursting with boy-energy, Ranger Rob zip-lines, vine-swings and even snowboards his way around as he discovers new and exciting places in his own big backyard – Big Sky Park, the coolest outdoor adventure park ever!

Ranger Rob’s Earth Tips include 5 easy way to teach kids how to help our planet. I think these 5 simple tips are great for teaching younger kids about what we can do to help our environment. Starting here can be a stepping block for them to learn how to do more things as they get older. I think it’s a great way for kids to get involved.

Ranger Rob Earth Day Special

The show teaches kids and preschoolers the importance of taking care of the environment, recycling, conserving and preserving the beautiful world we call HOME. It also teaches them the importance of teamwork and friendship.

Sprout (US): April 22 – Earth Day Special at 9am, repeating at 3:30pm EST

Treehouse (Canada): April 22- Ranger Rob Marathon 3:15pm-6:30pm ET

Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post. However, I will be sent some Ranger Rob toys in exchange for sharing about Ranger Rob and the Ranger Rob Earth Day Tips. All opinions are 100% my own.

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