Button that says Epic Journey and takes you to the main page of the Lewis and Clark web site.
Button that says Scenario and takes you to the Scenario page.
Button that says Videos and takes you to the Videos page.
Button that says The Corps and takes you to The Corps page.
Button that says Activities and takes you to the Activities page.
Button that says Links and takes you to the Links page.
Button that says New Frontiers and takes you to the New Frontiers page.

Button that says Teacher Resources and takes you to the Teacher Resources page.

  Image header that says Activities.

When President Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis to Philadelphia in early 1803, Lewis was to get a crash course in science and math from the nation's brightest minds in its intellectual and cultural center. In this section you have plenty of opportunities to learn about the world around you, with the Lewis and Clark expedition as your backdrop. Click on each of the following subject areas to take part in some fun activities:

Button that says Science and takes you to the Science page.
Button that says Geography and takes you to the Geography page.
Button that says History and takes you to the History page.
Button that says Arts and takes you to the Arts page.


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