Teach It!

National parks are America’s largest classrooms. The National Park Service also has many programs that preserve and share natural and cultural heritage outside of our park boundaries. Find educational lessons, games, and activities for people of all ages to learn about Latino history and heritage in national parks and in communities around the country—maybe even your own neighborhood!

The National Park Service offers tools such as the Teaching with Historic Places program and the Educators’ Portal. Explore these and other resources that teach about Latino history and heritage.

Learn About Latino Heritage!

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    Educational Materials

    Providing free education tools and materials for everyone is one important way we support the agency's mission. Explore those here!

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    Test your knowledge or learn a little more about parks with a series of games and activities for all ages.

  • A park ranger swears in a child as a junior ranger
    Junior Ranger and Programs

    Take an oath to protect your parks and continue to learn more about them by becoming a Junior Ranger!

Last updated: August 7, 2023


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