The Education Committee and affiliated agencies have created or are making available the following educational programs to help Kansas teachers and students better understand the Lewis and Clark expedition in relation to Kansas history. If you are interested in acquiring or learning more about these programs, please use the appropriate contact information listed with each program.
New for Teachers
This DVD-ROM project developed by the Kansas Lewis and Clark Bicentennial was sent to schools and public libraries in January 2006.
Corps of Discovery Trunks are developed by the Kansas State Historical Society
, "Lewis and Clark in Kansas: 1804-2004 Bicentennial
published by the Native American Cultures sub-committee of the Kansas
Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Commission Native American Resource Handbook
, a colorful, free atlas/informational
brochure produced by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lewis
& Clark Bicentennial Lower Missouri River: A Guide to Recreation
& Visitor Safety
, published by the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc. An American Legacy: The Lewis and Clark Expedition, Curriculum and Resource Guide for Middle and Junior High Schools (Grades 5-9)
A , created to correlate the lessons in this manual to state standards in social studies, science, environmental education, language arts, and fine arts Reference Guide to An American Legacy
, a traveling exhibit available from the Kansas State Historical Society Lewis and Clark in Kansas
, a traveling
exhibit produced by Monticello and available from the Kansas State
Historical Society Jefferson's
West: Lewis & Clark and Western Exploration
and Environmental Fair in April at the Kansas History Center and
Museum in Topeka.
Kansas Humanities Council Programs
The Speakers Bureau offers programs for adults
Including the Commission's site, www.lewisandclarkinkansas.com, you can find a number of Lewis and Clark teaching resources online.
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