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Use the following safe websites to gather information for your project. Be sure to give credit to each source.
National Parks Table
Scroll down the list to find the name of a park, its location, authorization, acreage and outstanding characteristics.
U.S. National Park Service
Type the name of your national park in the box.
Click on the box, "Go Directly to a Park." Type in the name of your park and click on the spy glass. This site may take a while to load.
National Park Foundation
Type the name of your park, click on the state, and click on national park. Then search. This site may take a while to load.
Tour of Ten U.S. National Parks
Acadia, Bryce, Everglades, Glacier, Great Smokey Mountains, Hawaii, Mesa Verde, Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Zion National Parks.
Scroll to the box titled "U. S. National Park Guides. Find your park in the list.
*Click on North America on the map.
*Be sure to get the username and password from Mrs. Gaiewski.
*Then look at the blue bar across the top and click on STATES EDITION.
*Find your state on the map and click on it.
Be sure to use the links in the side boxes to continue your research.
WORLD BOOK STUDENTS
Enter your state's name in the search box.
Click on the article. Then look at the ARTICLE CONTENTS on the left.
The article is divided into 7 sections. Use these sections to navigate to important information within the article.
The 7 sections are:
Land and climate
See Ms. Manion for the username and password.
World Book Student
Click in the search box and type the NAME of your national park.
Be careful with spelling!
Then click on the SEARCH button to read the article.
50 States has many helpful links for your research project.
*Hover over the name of your state to see the state's abbreviation and capitol.
*Click on the state name to see more information. Click on important topics to read more details.