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More Than History
Students of any age can be inspired to learn through the journey of Lewis and Clark. No team effort has capured the world's imagination and respect more intensely than the Corps of Discovery's exploration of our nation. And as a model of integrated curriculum, there is no finer example of the ways in which school subjects can be combined, and how greatly a team's success relies on the gifts and talents of each solitary member.
Explore the variety of resources on this site to examine ways in which you can bring the travels of the Corps of Discovery directly into your classroom. Here, you can find materials to inspire your students to extend their learning through the information gained on Lewis and Clark's journey.
Lewis and Clark and the Curriculum
There is a great amount of information to be learned about the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and a great variety of ways in which that information can be attained. Examine the links below to explore the ways in which you can spread the story of the Expedition to your students.
How Does the Corps of Discovery Apply to your Curriculum?
School subject areas are the traditional ways in which we organize curriculum and instruction in the formal education system. This section illustrates the multiple disciplines applied by Lewis and Clark’s team in order to complete their mission. It also provides an outline of the many ways in which teachers can create activities based on this important journey.