Most of the curriculum materials listed here are for the curriculum-based field trip programs offered in the park.The Good Character, Good Stewards lessons are designed for teachers to use in their classrooms and school. Interactive, internet-based lessons can be found on the Distance Learning page.
Ecosystems: The World-wide Web of Life
The world is composed of many natural ecosystems Explore »
Fresh water is a precious, non-renewable resource Explore »
Come to Your Senses
A child investigates the world and learns about his/her surroundings Explore »
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Did You Know?
Shenandoah National Park may be one of the few places where you could see a spotted skunk sitting under a gray birch tree. The spotted skunk is at the northern part of its range while the gray birch is at the southern part of its range.