Be A Junior Ranger
Visit Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site and become a Junior Ranger!
Visit the park and pick up your own Junior Ranger booklet for free; complete the activities appropriate for your age using the information found in the booklet and at the park. Once completed, bring it to a ranger to be checked and WHAMO you have earned yourself a badge and the honor of being a Junior Ranger who vows to learn about and protect National Parks throughout our country.
If you cannot visit Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, do not dispair! Simply download an English (850kb) Junior Ranger booklet or a Spanish (912kb) language booklet; use the museum web exhibit to find information needed to complete the activities, then mail the booklet to the park for a ranger to check. We will mail the booklet back to you with your badge.
The National Park Service has more virtual Junior Ranger opportunities. Visit the site www.nps.gov/webrangers and learn about the facinating work of rangers and the diversity of sites within the service. Complete all the activities and you can become a Web-Ranger!
Did You Know?
This office, tucked into the southwest corner of his Connemara home, receives very little sunlight until well into the morning. This is the way Mr. Sandburg preferred it. He produced many pieces of work in this office, including the one-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln from his six-volume set.