Resources for Students & Teachers

Explore the following links to educational Websites and learn about Grand Teton National Parkand its geology, plants, animals, and more!

Grand TetonNational Park Become a Young Naturalist/Junior Ranger. Ask about this special program just for kids when you visit the park or click on The Grand Adventure link below for fun activities.

Geology of Grand Teton National Park

Park Fact Sheet

The Grand Adventure, a newspaper for Kids with fun activities.

Color a Picture, a coloring page for kids.

Student Bibliography, a list of books to help you learn about the park.

Endangered Species

Ranger Rick's Kid Zone, National Wildlife Federation's discovery Website for kids (activities are organized by age group).


Fire Education & Prevention in the park andBridger-TetonNational Forest: fire facts, management, and prevention information.


Web Rangers! Cool, interactive programs and activities available online. A National Park Service Website with educational games for kids.

Learn NPS: The Learning Place, a Web resource for teachers.

Links to Learning, educational links and activities for students and teachers, organized by park site.

Kids on the Web, U.S. Department of Interior Webpage for kids with links to other agencies, such as the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Geological Survey.

Kids Planet, activities and games for kids and curriculum for teachers in Spanish and English.


Teaching Geologywith National Park Examples, a resource for teachers.

Geology Tourof National Parks, a resource for teachers and students arranged by geology subject and park.

Geology of Grand Teton National Park


Teaching with Historic Places, a resource for teachers.


Celebrating Wildflowers, an educational links for teachers and students, featuring wildflower artwork by kids.


Scholastic: Gray Wolves of Yellowstone, educational information about wolves, as well as learning activities for kids on many topics and lesson plans for teachers.

TWIN's Kids Only Page, activities, submit your artwork and poems, and learning resources for kids.

Boomer Wolf, fun and games for kids

Last updated: February 24, 2015

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