Kids love Wrangell-St. Elias!
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Wrangell-St. Elias Coloring Activity
Check out our coloring pages sketched by Alaskan Artist Jona Van Zyle. Wrangell-St. Elias hosted renowned Alaskan Artists, Jon and Jona Van Zyle in 2006 as Artists-In-Residence. Jona's beautiful drawings reflect her passion for wild places like Wrangell-St. Elias. You can be creative and learn more about Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve by dowloading and coloring these beautiful drawings.
Wrangell-St. Elias Coloring pages 1 - 6 (pdf format 5.4 MB)
Create Your Own BadgeRight-click on the badge template to 'save image as', download, print it and get creative!
Create Your Own ArrowheadRight-click on the arrowhead template to 'save image as', download, print it and create your own national park symbol!
Download the Junior Paleontologist Activity Booklet
NOTE: This is a publication of the National Park Service. It contains copyrighted artwork and is being made available in this format exclusively for non-commercial, educational purposes.
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National parks are great places to explore anything kids can imagine. Go on an outdoor adventure. Walk in the footsteps of famous people. Take in unique scenery. Explore new interests. Experience real places you may have only heard about. But most of all, national parks are places where you can have fun and create memories that last a lifetime. More information about Kids in Parks.
Fourth Graders Get a Free Pass to explore, learn, and recreate in spectacular settings, including national parks, wildlife refuges, marine sanctuaries, and forests!
Every Kid Outdoors connects fourth graders and their families to public lands. Complete a fun activity and get your voucher for free admission today.
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Last updated: July 22, 2021