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In this Joshua Tree National Park worksheet, students answer fact questions about Joshua Tree National Park. Students use the internet to answer 16 questions.
In this comprehension worksheet, students read a passage about Yellowstone National Park and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.
In this Yellowstone National Park learning exercise, students explore the Internet to access one specific website to find the answers to five fill in the blank facts about Yellowstone National Park.
In this reading guide worksheet, learners read pages from Jurassic Park and answer questions for the section. Students complete 15 questions.
In this insects worksheet, students 7 questions regarding state and national parks. A print out version of this worksheet is available, but the online version contains links to various webpages with information on the topics, so completing it online may be more beneficial.
In this number sense learning exercise, 3rd graders read and solve 4 word problems involving an amusement parks parking lot, rides and admission costs. Students read one math scenario and look over a price list chart in order to solve 2 additional math related problems.
Young scholars observe the difference that one person can make. In this Civil Rights Movement lesson, students discuss the concepts of segregation and boycotting. They compare and contrast two African American women who were pivotal to the Civil Rights Movement.
Learners explore U. S. National Parks. In this geography lesson, students create brochures to promote specific National Parks. Brochures should feature environmental highlights and conservation efforts.
In this ESL park worksheet, students assemble the booklet and read things and people they might see in a park. Students then respond to 5 fill in the blank questions and 1 short answer question regarding the information they read.
Students study the effects of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era.
In this geography worksheet, students hunt for states, capitals, and national parks using a map, which is not included. They find either the state or capital, and list a national park that is found in that state. They answer bonus questions at the bottom of the page.
For this U.S. national parks and states worksheet, students draw a line from the 9 listed national parks to the state each of them is located in.
Students study early 1900s urban America. In this amusement park lesson, students examine photographs from early American amusement parks and compare them to the parks of today. Students discuss how the Progressive Movement had a part in these types of parks being created.
Fourth graders work in teams to select an environment within a specific national park and then design an animal or plant that can live only in that particular environment.
Students read an article from Time and react to the article based upon what they have studied about Rosa Parks. They find that even though Rosa is no longer alive, she still has an impact today. They focus on that impact she has and write a short essay describing the impact they feel still exists today because of her.
Ninth graders create a PowerPoint about state parks using Spanish vocabulary. In this Spanish lesson, 9th graders work in groups to research about area recreational facilities. Students use information collected on-line to create and present a slide presentation in Spanish about the state park.
Students investigate racism by completing a writing assignment.  In this civil rights lesson, students research facts about Rosa Parks in order to write a newspaper article about her.  Students utilize the Internet for research and a word processing document to type their assignment.
In this comprehension instructional activity, students read a passage about cleaning a park and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.
Young scholars examine the life and books of author Barbara Park. They read her interviews and examine her Junie B. Jones series.
In this park scenario activity, 4th graders study and analyze 4 clues to help them find which section in a grid each person cleaned. Students find the size of each section and then complete the chart.