National Parks Notebook - A Notebook Companion™ for National Parks of the U.S.A.
VIEW SAMPLE | (Sample of National Park Fact Cards found below)
Bring twenty-one national parks to life, one park at a time, with this open-and-go Notebook Companion™. You can explore the country at whatever pace fits your family.
Students will enjoy learning about various parks in each region of the United States, including the territories. They can record the facts they learn and sketch things to help them remember each park. Then they’ll dive deeper with up-close looks at twenty-one national parks, ranging from Acadia National Park in Maine to the U.S. Virgin Islands.
First, they’ll record key facts about the park. Then they’ll record key information about and sketch the key plants and animals they learn about.
The twenty-one featured national parks in this Notebook Companion™ include:
- Acadia National Park
- Badlands National Park
- Big Bend National Park
- Biscayne National Park
- Bryce Canyon National Park
- Channel Islands National Park
- Death Valley National Park
- Denali National Park
- Everglades National Park
- Glacier Bay National Park
- Glacier National Park
- Grand Canyon National Park
- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
- Isle Royale National Park
- Mesa Verde National Park
- Olympic National Park
- Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- Virgin Islands National Park
- Yellowstone National Park
- Yosemite National Park
National Park Fact Cards
Our set of beautiful National Park Fact Cards provides easy-to-memorize information in a simple format that’s compatible with any learning style or curriculum.
- 21 featured parks (that correspond with the 21 featured parks in the Notebook Companion™)
- beautiful real-life photos of each park on the front of the cards
- 2 sets – one with information and one to fill in to use as review
- key facts about each park include: location, approximate size, year founded, significant animals, and significant plants
You can print the National Park Fact Cards duplex so that the picture is on the front and the facts are on the back.
There’s a second set that has blank lines for students to copy the facts down. This is great for retention and handwriting practice (and even review and or quizzing!).