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Letters from the Road
Grades 2–3
Language Arts, Social Studies
Students will identify and differentiate between rural, urban, and suburban communities. They will also identify the parts of a friendly letter and will compose their own letters based on their new knowledge of rural communities.

A Cowboy’s Life
Grades 2–3
Language Arts, Science
Students will identify and use the key components of a friendly letter. Students will use voice and expressive language in their writing.

A Life Without Flight
Grades 4–6
Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Technology
Students will explore the impact of Ohio’s “aviation pioneers” on life in America.

Fast Facts
Grades 4–6
Language Arts, Social Studies, Math
Students will describe the growth and change in America as related to the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Beyond Louisiana
Grades 9–12
Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology
Students will understand the challenges that faced the United States as a new nation, especially those related to exploration, expansion, and international affairs. Students will understand the chronology of events related to the expedition of Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery. Students will understand that events often have multiple, interrelated causes. Students will organize information using concept maps.

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A Little Birdie Told Me: Everglades National Park
Grades K–1
Art, Language Arts, Science

Let's Go Birding!: Everglades National Park
Grades 4–6
Art, Science, Social Studies

Let's Build an Arch: Arches National Park
Grades 2–3
Language Arts, Science

Hiking Proportions: Shenandoah National Park
Grades 7–8
Language Arts, Math, Technology

Contact Without Impact: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Grades 9–12
Language Arts, Math, Science, Technology

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    Grades 7–8
    Art, Language Arts, Social Studies