Great Train Mystery on Webrangers

The National Park Service has a great Kid’s page called Webrangers and you get to the fun stuff through the entry gate page by clicking the Enter button. I had fun solving the two train mysteries – click on the New Activity Railroad Connection to learn how to drive the steam engine and blow the whistle – among other things – while earning clues to solve the mystery. The Railroad Connection also has a nice rail/national park connection in the second mystery. I entered the site as a visitor. It looks like you have to sign up to do the other activities. Ah, ha! No – I was given the key. Tom Davies, from the WebRangers website, wrote me to say you can get in to the other WebRangers activities without signing up. From the entry page, just click on the “Just Visit” button and then, on the next page, “Come in and look around.”

More than 108,000 people have signed up to become WebRangers and he knows that many of them are not kids! You can read his note by clicking on the 1 comment at the end of this entry or by clicking on the title to get to its own page where the comment will be at the end. 🙂

You can find more of my notes at https://mygrandmasue.wordpress.com 🙂

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One Response to Great Train Mystery on Webrangers

  1. Tom Davies says:

    Thanks for the great review. Glad you enjoyed. We had a great time putting it together! Oh darn, we had to go to Steamtown and to Golden Spike. Someone had to do it ;-]

    You can get in to the other WebRangers activities without signing up. From the entry page, just click on the “Just Visit” button and then, on the next page, “Come in and look around.”

    More than 108,000 people have signed up to become WebRangers and I know that many of them are not kids.

    Have fun!

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