Last updated: October 22, 2018
Every Kid In a Park - Exploring Public Lands and Waters
- Grade Level:
- Upper Elementary: Third Grade through Fifth Grade
- Literacy and Language Arts,Social Studies
- Common Core Standards:
- 4.L.1, 4.L.2, 4.L.3, 4.L.4, 4.L.6, 4.RF.3, 4.RF.4, 4.RI.4, 4.RI.9, 4.RL.1, 4.SL.2, 4.W.2, 4.W.4, 4.W.9
Every Kid in a Park: 4th Grade
30 minutes in the park (45-60 min pre-visit lesson)
This program is intended as a supplement to the Every Kid in a Park lessons found on www.everykidinapark.gov. Students meet a ranger in the park for a 30 minute question and answer session. This program can be conducted at any overlook or trail in the park. 4th grade passes are issued to the class at the end of the program.
Programs are available between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
To request this program, please contact the education program coordinator at least three weeks before your visit.
Phone: (928) 524-6228 ext.276
Educational Fee Waivers
School groups, including home schools, may apply for an educational fee waiver several weeks before a visit. Without an approved application, school groups will be considered a noncommercial group and charged entrance fees accordingly.
Each year, Petrified Forest National Park offers funding to help schools cover transportation costs to the park for educational field trips. Travel grants are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. School groups unable to visit the park without financial assistance are encouraged to apply, however, any school group is eligible to apply and can send in an application at any time.
This lesson is the Petrified Forest specific activity that goes with the Exploring Federal Lands and Waters lesson.
This is the core pre-visit lesson for this field trip.