Junior Ranger Challenge -- Develop an Eagle Eye
Congratulations on completing your first challenges! But your job isn't done yet.
Park rangers are sometimes like detectives. We look for clues to learn more about our park's stories. At the Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial, we are always trying to learn more about the Polish freedom fighter Thaddeus Kosciuszko. We study his letters and we look very carefully at his portrait.
Someone with an "eagle eye" is very good at noticing things. Now it is your turn to develop an "eagle eye" and finish the Junior Ranger Challenge training program.
Your challenge: Identify the medals in Thaddeus Kosciuszko's portrait
Directions1. Look at the descriptions of the medals listed below.
2. Examine the medals in Kosciuszko's portrait, and use the discriptions to figure out which two medals he is wearing.
3. Write down the names of the two medals on a piece of paper.
Possible MedalsSociety of the Cincinnati
BONUS! Design YOUR own medal1. On a piece of paper, draw a medal that you would give to someone who:
Does a good job with their chores OR Does a good job on their homework OR Treats people and animals with kindness
What shape will you choose for this medal? Will it have any words or images on it?
Last updated: February 3, 2018