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Redwood National Park

   
 
 
 

Redwood National Park, located in northwestern California, features some of the world’s tallest and oldest trees. The Coast Redwood trees can live to 2,000 years and grow to over 350 feet in height and 22 feet in width. California’s northwest coast is the only place in the world to view Coast Redwoods. The cool, wet climate of the region enables the Redwoods to stay continually damp, even through summer droughts. Scientists believe the trees have existed in the same locale for 20 million years.

 

 

 

Related Links to Redwood National Park on MrNussbaum.com

   
 

California Interactive Map and Activities Page

Here, students can learn all about California’s cities, landmarks, and landforms, simply by clicking on the map. Lots of interactive activities and printouts as well. Perfect for reports or research projects.

   

Redwood Activities

Click above to access the awesome redwood-themed activities on mrnussbaum.com. There are reading comprehension, cloze reading, sentence correction and crossword activities available. Scroll down once on the above link to see all activities, which are appropriate for grades 2-4.

   
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United States Landmarks

The magnificent Redwood forest is one of America’s great natural landmarks and treasures. Click above to learn all about all of America’s most important landmarks and places to see.