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Even if kids can't get to a national park this summer, they can still do Junior Ranger programs from home. The National Park Service has nearly a dozen thematic Junior Ranger programs that can be completed from anywhere. Topics include paleontology, the night sky, caves, space flights, aquatic ecosystems, railroads, archaeology, and more. The content-rich Junior Ranger booklets are free to download and include activities, experiments, links to related national parks, and more. www.nps.gov/kids/junior-rangers.htm
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