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  • Humpback whales travel to Glacier Bay each summer from Hawaii

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    Acoustics 3: On The Trail of a Whale

    Tracking whale migrations with sound! Explore »

  • Students view a sunset over a lake

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    Water Poetry

    Explore the water cycle at the Everglades Explore »

  • Collage: Three images of Douglass at different stages in his life

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    "Journey from Slavery to Statesman": The Homes of Frederick Douglass - A Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plan

    Follow Frederick Douglass on his journey from life as a slave to that of a respected statesman. Explore »

  • A kindergarten student taking a close up look at a plant in Shenandoah.

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    Come to Your Senses

    A child investigates the world and learns about his/her surroundings Explore »

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  • Glacier National Park

    Tracks Along The Trail

    Tracks Along The Trail

    Students identify patterns from their owntracks and then look at those made by animals. They make “track cards” to use for matching, classifying, sorting, and a variety of activities.

  • Glacier National Park

    Winter's Coming!

    Winter's Coming!

    Students will play a running game that emphasizes the three main ways that animals adapt to the winter (hibernate, migrate, and resist). They will also learn different terms related to winter in Glacier.

  • River Raisin National Battlefield Park

    It's Not My Fault!

    It's Not My Fault!

    Engaging Point of View & Historical Perspective through Social Media. Students will learn how to reduce conflict, reach a compromise, view different perspectives, and understand. This collection of four lessons engage students in learning about the War of 1812. Students will use point of view and historical perspective to make connections to American history, geography, the War of 1812, and the Battles of the River Raisin.

  • Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

    Conservation vs Preservation and the National Park Service

    Discover the difference between conservation and preservation and learn how the National Park Service plays a role in each.

  • Yellowstone National Park

    National Park Service Symbols

    National Park Service Symbols

    Students learn how the design of the National Park Service arrowhead is made up of symbols then have a chance to create their own design.

  • Yellowstone National Park

    To Eat or Be Eaten

    To Eat or Be Eaten

    In “To Eat or Be Eaten,” students demonstrate energy transfer and connections between plants and animals.

  • Yellowstone National Park

    Making Tracks

    Making Tracks

    Students will explore the similarities and differences between their tracks and those of wolves and bears.

  • Yellowstone National Park

    Waters of Life: Survey of a Riparian Area

    Waters of Life: Survey of a Riparian Area

    Students investigate plant and animal life in and around a creek. Students work in groups, with each group member performing a different task: observing, recording, mapping, classifying. Finally, the team puts the information together to make conclusions about the ecological connections that exist within the area surveyed.

  • Home Of Franklin D Roosevelt National Historic Site

    Searching For Salamanders

    Searching For Salamanders

    This is a general science curriculum designed to create civic engagement of students with their local National Parks in the Northeast Temperate Network by undertaking a monitoring program of salamander populations. The purpose is to engage students in collecting meaningful scientific data about salamander populations. This data will be used by scientists as an indication of forest ecosystem health.

  • Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve

    History Hunt

    History Hunt

    This on-site scavenger hunt worksheet will aid early elementary students in exploring Kingsley Plantation.