National Park sites are outdoor classrooms. Visiting these sites - whether virtually or actually - we learn about the people, places and history of this nation. The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is no exception, but have you ever seen a 3700-mile long classroom? Visitor centers along the Trail help people to learn about the Expedition through programs, exhibits, special events. Many of these centers also offer special children's programs and/or activity books.
Every Kid in a Park
I am Sacajawea I am York by Claire Rudolf Murphy
For older readers (ages 7 to 13):
Lewis and Clark for Kids by Janis Herbert
Lewis and Clark Expedition - Illustrated Glossary by Barbara Fifer