Take Summer Learning to an Entirely New Level
Photo courtesy of everykidinapark.gov
School may be out, but summer learning is in! And what better way to learn about America’s national parks during its centennial year than by visiting them… for free?
If you’re not familiar with the Every Kid in a Park pass, then listen up:
America’s fourth-graders (including homeschooled children) and their families have free access to all of America’s national parks and public lands and waters. So if you’ve been itching to check out the sights of Yellowstone, or take a tram ride to the top of the Gateway Arch, or see Mt. Rainier in Washington up close – now is the perfect time to do so!
Just sign up at www.everykidinapark.gov, where you can also find trip guides and information for parents and educators. If you need help deciding which destinations to visit this summer, head to www.findyourpark.com and learn the many ways you can discover your national parks.