Parks and Landforms Across the United States By: Julie Bailey and Donna Beeman, Grade 3 Introduction:
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By: Julie Bailey and Donna Beeman, Grade 3
Have you ever wanted to travel cross-country? What would you see? What would you do? Come with us as we explore our great nation and all the magnificent physical features that have been formed over millions of years.
We will be taking a trip to three different United States Parks in three different regions of our country. As you are on your journey, think of the park and landforms you would like to further explore. You will be choosing one to research and share with the class. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy your trip from the comfort of your own classroom.
Badlands National Park
The Grand Canyon National Park
Assateague National Seashore
If fossils, amazing scenery and hiking sound interesting to you, then the Badlands should be your choice! The Badlands are located in South Dakota.
Bird-watching, swimming, canoeing and fishing are only a few of the activities available at Assateague. Also famous for the famous wild ponies that can be found roaming everywhere, Assateague is a nature-lovers paradise.
Many wonderful activities are available to visitors at the Grand Canyon National Park in northern Arizona. While there, one can enjoy rafting, hiking, mule rides and camping.
Now that you have previewed our choices of destinations, where will you decide to go? Before you make your final decision, think about:
Have a great trip!
Now that you have made your decision, you will begin your journey by clicking on the link below.
The Grand Canyon