DIGITAL STORYTELLING PROJECT

GLOBAL WARMING PROJECT (EN ESPANOL)

WATER CYCLE PROJECT

WESTERN HEMISPHERE

CIVIL WAR PROJECT

STEAL AWAY HOME A project based on Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

TRASH TO TREASUREIn this interdisciplinary project, students will collaborate and discover ways to use recycled items. Students will create a new product using at least 50% recycled materials. Students will present their product and the process they used to create it though a multi-media presentation

THE BLUE ZONES PROJECTThe Blue Zones Quest is an educational project that gives students the opportunity to direct our team of scientists, explorers, and journalists as they travel to Blue Zones -- places where people live the longest, healthiest lives.


GO NORTHGoNorth! offers students a virtual seat on a real-life around-the-pole journey by dogsled. The trip will last five years and is designed to help kids learn about Arctic ecology, its inhabitants, and its role in the health of the planet.


WINDOWS INTO WONDERLANDSince 2001, Yellowstone has been offering eTrips to share the resources and treasures of the world’s first national park. Embark on these exciting adventures and look through new Windows Into Wonderland.


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: LEWIS AND CLARKClicking on points along a sepia-toned map lets students trace Lewis and Clark's search for a water route from the Missouri River to the Pacific Coast. Along the way, they’ll learn about the approximately 300 new plant and animal species the explorers encountered and read about their run-ins with grizzly bears, their perilous passage through the Bitterroot Mountains, and, of course, their famous partnership with the Native American Sacagawea.


DEEP SEA ADVENTURES