• Visitors bask in a golden sunset at Dickey Ridge Visitor Center in Shenandoah National Park

    Shenandoah

    National Park Virginia

Stewardship Curriculum

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Curriculum (pdf, 2.8 mb)

Good Character, Good Stewards:
Caring for the World Around Us


This interdisciplinary curriculum supplement is designed to meet Virginia Standards of Learning curriculum requirements for grades K-6 by integrating character education with science, math, language arts, and social science lessons.
For more information or to request individual paper copies of this curriculum, contact:

Shenandoah National Park
Education Office
3655 US Hwy 211 E
Luray, VA 22835
Ph: 540-999-3489
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Entire Curriculum file type file size
Low Resolution pdf 2.9 mb
High Resolution pdf 8.7 mb
By Section file type file size
Introduction / How to Use / Resources pdf 95 kb
National Park Service pdf 28 kb
Evaluation Form pdf 20 kb
Acknowledgements pdf 73 kb
Grade Activity file type file size
K1 K-1 Branch Out pdf 180 kb
1 Save Our Earth pdf 128 kb
1-4 Rolypolyology pdf 137 kb
2 Interdependence pdf 411 kb
2-4 A Circle of Service pdf 239 kb
3-4 One Solution for Pollution . . . Machines! pdf 173 kb
4-6 Watershed Words of Wisdom pdf 715 kb
4-6 Building Respect for the Past, Present and Future pdf 590 kb
5 Geology Rocks! pdf 318 kb

Did You Know?

Brook trout can be distinguished from other trout by the dark, wavy line on its back and the white leading edges of its fins and tail.

In addition to the eastern brook trout, 35 other fish species live within Shenandoah National Park’s streams. More...