The Foundation's Curriculum Guide can be purchased for use in schools across the country. Based on solid research, the Guide includes National Content Standards in each section. It includes sections on Language Arts, Social Studies, Maps, Human Behavior, Life Skills, Native American Cultures, Visual Arts and Music, and Natural Sciences and is designed for Middle and Junior High Students in grades 5 through 9.
We partner with Honoring Tribal Legacies, a digital collection of teaching resources for use in classrooms everywhere:
Color the Trail: Animals features the Trail’s creatures with their names in Chinuk Wawa, Lakota, Arikara, Shoshoni, Osage, Hidatsa, Blackfoot, Nimipuutimt, and Mandan. Color the Trail: Birds describes species in the Journals of Lewis and Clark.
Virtual Learning Series—Fridays with a Ranger. Virtual tours every friday at YouTube.
Explore all 4,900 miles of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail from your living room at: https://www.nps.gov/lecl/index.htm. You'll find amazing interactive maps linking sites along the Trail’s 4,900 miles from Pittsburgh all the way to the Pacific Ocean!
Virtual Passport Stamp: Hidden somewhere on our Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail website is our new virtual visitor stamp. Click around.
Virtual Trail Trip with the Lewis and Clark Pups: Relive the 2018 Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and International Space Station journey of the Lewis and Clark Pups by visiting the Newfie News Blog.