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Here are a few fun activities for future park rangers to do relating to the national parks and the outdoors:

National Parks Word Search:  Click this link here, NATIONAL PARK WORD SEARCH, to enjoy a pdf word search of 20 national parks.  Enjoy watching your future park rangers find these national parks from a variety of states across our country. For older children, ask them to look up these parks they may not know about to find out a fun fact to share with you.

Park Ranger Generator: Click this link here, Park-Ranger-Generator, to create and draw your park ranger here. Every park ranger needs a national park with animals and items to use. Find out your location (based on your favorite color), animal with you (based on your birth month), and accessory (based on your favorite number). Draw yourself as this park ranger!

Hiking Scavenger Hunt: Click this link here, Hiking Scavenger Hunt, to enjoy a pdf document giving your future park ranger some fun things to search for while out on a walk. You can even use this document walking around your neighborhood to make walks more fun for them.

Hiking Stick Craft: Find a stick tall enough to use hiking.  Check if it’s smooth enough to use by your hands.  If not, take a few minutes and sand it down.  Next, paint it. Use as many colors as  you want!  Spray it down with a sealer.  You can even add ribbons, stickers, or other decorations to make it your own. Here’s a photo of my hiking stick.


Author Walls and Letters to Students

If you’re a teacher or librarian and you’re putting together an #authorwall (or if you’d just like a letter and some bookmarks to share with your class), please let me know and I will send you some mail!

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