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Colorado River Rafting
The Colorado River is a river in the southwestern United States that created and flows through the Grand Canyon. River rafting is a very popular activity as ...
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Offiical Colorado State Website
Check out the official website for the state of Colorado. This site includes information about current politics, services and programs, and a link to a secti...
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Geography
Grades: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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Kayakking on the Colorado River
In the Grand Canyon, kayakking down the Colorado River
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
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Grand Canyon River
View of the Grand Canyon from the river below
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
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Colorado River
Spectacular view down the Colorado River
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
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Outline map of Colorado
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
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Buffalo Grazing
Herd of buffalo grazing next to the river in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
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Mesa Verde in Colorado
The Ancestral Puebloan people moved up onto the mesa somewhere around AD 500. Although they used the cliff alcoves consistently throughout the time they were...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
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One Wall in the Spruce Tree House
Spruce Tree House is the third largest cliff dwelling among several hundred within Mesa Verde National park, and was constructed near the end of the occupati...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
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Kiva in Spruce Tree House
Spruce Tree House is thought to have been the home of about 75 people. It has about 140 rooms and nine kivas built into a natural cave. A kiva is a ceremonia...
Curriculum: History/Social Science

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