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Puzzles, Games, Facts, and Tons More Fun Inspired by the U.S. National Parks. Great for generating pre-trip excitement, long car rides, poking around historical sites, or general learning, these fun and sometimes silly activities will entertain while they draw kids into the majestic and historic importance of America's national parks.
Follow the park animals as you find your way through a seemingly never-ending maze, spot the difference between some amazing creepy crawlies, complete a ferocious crossword full of hungry predators, find your feathered park friends in a bird word search, design your very own national park, and so much more! Use the spotters guide for each park to see if you can find grunting northern elephant seals, fluttering hummingbirds, bounding snowshoe hares, and lots of other wonderful creatures.
Filled with color photos, information on animals, fascinating lists, fun facts, maps, cool things to do, conservation tips, and much more -- think of this book as your trusted guide to these most majestic of places.
With awesome facts, photos and illustrations on every page, you'll discover erupting geysers, exploding volcanoes, howling wolves, soaring eagles, mountains, glaciers, rainforests and more throughout the continental USA, Hawaii, American Samoa and the US Virgin Islands.
With a lively text and hundreds of color illustrations and photographs throughout, this updated edition offers fascinating, memorable information on every aspect of the parks, such as the history, geography, natural wonders, native wildlife and birds, and unique features that make each park special.
Filled with excitement and hilarity, this compositional challenge lets you tell your very own story set in America's national parks starring . . . you! Combining National Geographic Kids' photography and illustrations in colorful, laugh-out-loud pages, this engaging and educational book introduces you to the country’s greatest environmental treasures.
If you were a national park ranger, you'd spend every day in one of the most treasured places in America. You'd wear a special uniform, a hat, and a badge―but sometimes you might also need snowshoes or a life jacket.
This book is filled with fun and educational activities that kids will love to learn from, like mazes, mad libs, word games, puzzles, and more. They’ll learn about the plants and animals of Yellowstone and about the Indigenous people groups who first inhabited the region and many that live there today.
What I Saw in Yellowstone makes it fun for young people to find and identify the park’s most frequently seen plants, animals, geothermal features, and more, whether they are driving park roads, resting at pull-offs, or hiking. The book is packed with color photos, lively descriptions, fun “guess what” factoids, and precise “where-to-see-it” directions.
Join Buddy Bison and his two new friends as they explore the majestic Yellowstone National Park. Breathtaking photographs of Yellowstone serve as the backdrop for the wacky adventures of a curious pair of twins, Elena and Christopher, who are spending the summer with their aunt Rosa, a park ranger.
Come along with Michael, Emily, and their family as they learn about the animals in the park from their scats (poop) and tracks (footprints). This delightfully illustrated children's book follows Michael--who is afraid of bears--and his family as they encounter signs of bison, moose, elk, deer, rabbits, wolves, mountain lions, badgers, and more.
This book is filled with fun and educational activities like mazes, mad libs, word games, and puzzles. Play matching games about the plants and animals that live in the canyon. Complete the crossword and read about the indigenous people groups who first inhabited the region and many that live there today. Unscramble names of rattlesnakes, decode clues about geology, make a packing list for a camping trip, and color some amphibians.
Featuring 24 of the most popular and scenic parks in the US. The National Parks Coloring Book is full of unique and educational images to color. These pictures will inspire all ages and skill levels to learn, explore and love the beautiful National Parks of the US!
A bit of trivia about each park appears opposite the art, so you can imagine being there as you fill in each picturesque scene. You will delight in bringing each image alive with the vibrant colors that so richly illuminate the natural landscape, or choose a wild palette and exercise your creativity.
The wonderful natural heritage of America’s national parks is yours to color and enjoy in this exciting coloring book. In addition to Peter Copeland’s detailed, carefully researched drawings, you’ll also find informative captions describing distinguishing features of each park, its wildlife, plants, and available activities for visitors.
A list of 62 national parks arranged alphabetically
Space for entering the date of the visit
For each park there are two pages containing: Park Name, Visited Date, Temperature, Weather, Distance, I was with, Where we stayed, What we do, Our best moments, Wildlife, Sights, Photo album, Stamp Here, Raiting
Fill-in sections include: park visit number, city/state entered, date, companion(s), weather, my mood with emojis, first/return visit, "I'm really excited about", "I hope to see", first impression, "what we did", animal observation, attractions I visited, the best/what I didn't like, rating (1-5) and extra space for a stamp, additional notes, sketches etc.