Discover some of the amazing resources available to educators and learners through National Park Service and partner websites. These sites can help get you and your students started exploring and learning about the resources found in our national park. Learn About
Our National Parks: The NPS has created websites to help you learn about the natural and cultural history being protected and preserved in our national parks. These sites provide information, lessons, student activities, curriculum materials, and distance learning opportunities.
Citizen Science: Citizen Science programs provide you and your students with an opportunity to learn our natural world, while helping natural resource managers, including those in Rocky Mountain NP, to monitor, manage, and protect our natural resources. Find a program that works for you and get involved!
Fun and Games: Have fun while learning about National Parks and our natural resources. These sites offer opportunities for your students to become Jr. Rangers, play educational games, and learn from a distance.
Resources For Teaching Science: Rocky Mountain NP is home to a wealth of natural resources. These sites provide content and curriculum resources to help you understand and teach about the ecology, geology and management challenges in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, and the US.
Did You Know?
Rocky Mountain National Park licensed the nation’s first female nature guides in 1917. Sisters Ester and Elizabeth Burnell learned the naturalist trade from advocate and author Enos Mills.