Redwood Distance Learning Videos

Students gather around a ranger
Howland Hill Outdoor School has developed new Distance Learning Videos for Redwood National and State Parks. We developed these programs to carry on the Every Kid in a Park initiative that was implemented for the 2016 Centennial Year of the National Park Service.
These education video programs for 1st and 2nd grades give students who can’t visit Redwood in person the opportunity to learn about this amazing resource from anywhere in the world with an internet connection, giving every kid the opportunity to visit Redwood National and State Parks!

For more information email us or call the education team at 707.465.7396 for assistance.

You can also find and use hundreds of other lesson plans for any national park.

How it Works

The distance learning program at Redwood is something students and their teacher can do any time. Since this is not a live program, there is no need to schedule a time with a ranger. Our program has ranger-led videos for students to watch, followed by activities that students do right in their classroom. All of the videos and information you need to complete the program are below. We also offer these videos with Audio Description if you have students with vision impairments.


Last updated: December 7, 2017

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