Ute Dance Cancelled for Saturday August 2
Due to a medical emergency with the group coordinator, the Ute Dance has been cancelled for Saturday August 2, 2014
Below are a variety of lesson plans developed to help students gain an understanding of geology, paleontology, science, and history at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument.
These activities are great for stand alone, in-class lessons or as pre and post trip materials for a visit to the Monument.l
Most of the activities require Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing. Downloads are available for individual lessons as well as for the entire unit. All PDF files contain answer keys.
The Paleontologist's Path
Paleontology Curriculum for High School Students
This High School Curriculum was developed by National Park Service Staff using grants from the The National Park Foundation, Parks as Classrooms, and Canon USA.
Paleontology Curriculum for College Students
Views of the National Parks
Teaching with Historic Places
Did You Know?
The Hornbek Homestead is located within the boundaries of Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument. It was built in 1878 and owned by Adeline Hornbek a rancher and single mother of four teenaged children.