Button that says Implementation and takes you to the implementation page in the teacher section of the website.
Button that says Activities and takes you to the Activities page.
Button that says Videos and takes you to the Videos page.
Button that says Schedule Barrel and takes you to Schedule Barrell page.
Button that says VideoConferencing and takes you to the VideoConferencing page.
Button that says Nationaal Standards and takes you to the National Standards page.

Button that says Return To Epic Journey and takes you to the Main page.

  Image header that says Activities.

The Get InSTEP™ with Lewis and Clark-Exploring the Possibilities activities are opportunities for students to learn about the world around them, with the Lewis and Clark expedition as their backdrop. The activities connect students to the Corps of Discovery's journey. Students learn about what the Corps did and how. They can put themselves in the explorers' shoes.

The activities are divided into four broad categories: science, geography, history, and arts. These categories reflect the major topic area of each activity. However, the activities are cross-curricular. They can be modified to fill your needs by emphasizing the subject areas of interest. Click on each of the following subject areas for a list of related 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.

For more hands-on activities, check out the Acorn Naturalist web site at http://www.acornnaturalists.com/store/.

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