Field Trip Materials
Field Trip Materials, Links, and Supplementary Offerings
Note that some distance learning field trips will have additional, pre-trip assignments that students are expected to complete in advance of their lesson.
FIELD TRIP PACKETS
Travelers’ Rest has prepared post-trip activities for each of the following field trip offering, should you wish to continue covering these topics in the classroom or at home.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have created interactive DVDs and curricula about ecological topis in the region:
OTHER MATERIALS FROM ALONG THE TRAIL
There are many excellent materials available online about the Corps of Discovery, the history of the many tribes along the route they traveled, and the ecology of Western Montana. Here is a small selection:
- Indian Education For All (Montana State Curriculum)
- National Museum of the American Indian – Lone Dog’s Winter Count
- This curriculum focuses on the oral tradition of the Nakota Sioux
- Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum (Washington State Curriculum)
- National Indian Education Association Student-Centered Activities
- National Park Service: Plant and Animal Story Maps
- These maps show where the Expedition documented plants and animals that were new to them and is a great tool for teaching or student research.
Are there other resources that you find particularly useful? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know!