Welcome Junior Explorers and Rangers!
On this page you can find activity books about interesting places, people, and things. Are you interested in fossils? Do you like rocks? How about pioneer trails? Check them out and join the adventure.
Many BLM sites have activity booklets for kids. We've also created some booklets on special topics, like geology, native plants, and wild horses. You can do the activities on your own, or you can invite a brother or sister, your parents, or a friend to join the adventure with you. Have fun and good luck!
Explore seven sites along the Gold Belt Tour National Scenic Byway, which is named for Colorado’s rich mining history. But these rocks have more than just gold to offer! Learn what rocks and fossils tell us about the Earth's past.
|Colorado High Desert and Canyon Country Activity Booklet includes activities at sites managed by the BLM Grand Junction Field Office: McInnis Canyons and Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area.|
The Alpine Loop in western Colorado is a rugged mountain region that is rich in history. Native Americans came to these mountains for centuries to hunt and gather food.
Junior Explorer Archaeology --Canyons of the Ancients National Monument - 12-page booklet about the Anasazi Heritage Center.
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|Track down the "Monument Junior Explorer" activity book at the Upper Missouri River Breaks Interpretive Center and start your adventure!||River Explorer Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument -- Kids guide to safe fun on the Upper Missouri River. Produced by the Interpretive Center.|| || |
|The John Jarvie Ranch Historic Site in Brown's Park, Utah, is a protected archaeological site with a great program for kids.||Plan a trip to the quarry, grab a "Jurassic Explorer" activity book, and become a Jurassic Explorer for the day! Click here to learn more about Wyoming's Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry.|
The Pioneer Program of the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper, Wyoming focuses on the western trail heritage in Wyoming.