Grand Canyon Facts for Kids
For children grade 2+.
An interactive educational adventure at the Grand Canyon National Park that includes an adventure story and an educational supplement.
One of the main ingredients to a successful family trip to the Grand Canyon is your child’s excitement. Helping them understand why this park is worth visiting is an essential step and books are one of the most helpful tools.
There are so many interesting Grand Canyon facts for kids, so how to introduce them in a most captivating way? How about the Grand Canyon facts for kids interwoven into an adventure story that introduces the canyon, its history, and its inhabitants? How about a multimedia experience that incorporates interactivity, video, audio, and animation to engage and encourage curiosity? How about taking your child on a virtual Grand Canyon tour before you actually travel there this summer?
My Grand Canyon books for children are just that. An interactive adventure story, captivating photography and graphics, video, audio, and animation, are filled with Grand Canyon facts for kids and offer an engaging setting to experience the canyon.
What child wouldn’t want to go on the adventure of a lifetime with a great pup like Kristi Kay joining her on a multimedia journey that is both fun and educational? Amazing stories told by Kristi Kay’s canyon guides keep children wondering what surprising new secrets will be revealed next. What happened to the people that lived in the canyon? Will the condors in the rescue program survive?
Kristi Kay Talks with the Ranger, an educational question and answer section, provides even more Grand Canyon facts for kids who would like to further explore the Grand Canyon. Ranger talks, photo galleries, maps, charts, and links to external websites offer a fun way to learn more about this national treasure.
Whether as a read before the summer’s trip or simply as a book for a nature lover, page after page, this Mom’s Choice Award Recipient is a perfect way for children to experience the wonders of this spectacular national park.
And then, you might just hear your child ask while at the Grand Canyon this summer: which trail did Kristi Kay take to go down to the secret ruins where she heard the stories of the canyons’ past? Did I just see Geri run on the forest floor by the canyon’s edge? Is it Alex gliding high up in the sky? Or is that Harriet, the Grand Canyon’s wild-born condor?
Enjoy the adventure!