After taking their crop duster tour, teachers and students may want to visit
these sites for additional information and enrichment.
Dodge City, Kansas
- The official
website for the ranching city has a few interesting topics for students,
including a history of the city and a link to Dodge City Days, the city's
The Mall of America
- The shopping
center's website has additional information on its stores and attractions.
Students can visit on-line versions of Camp Snoopy and Underwater Adventures or
look at the floor plan of the mall.
The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield
- The official website of the museum has the story of Henry
Ford and the Ford Motor Company as well as other interesting links about
inventions and history. Students can tour the museum and the village online.
Explore St. Louis
- The St. Louis
Convention and Visitors Bureau has a great website for the Gateway City.
Students and teachers can learn about the history of the city, view some of the
architecture of St. Louis, and discover the multicultural makeup of the city.
The Gateway Arch is the most popular destination in St. Louis. The National
Park Service website for the Jefferson
National Expansion Memorial
has extensive coverage of the history and
architecture of the arch as well as information on the surrounding historical
provides excellent information concerning the arch and other points of
Iowa Farmer Today
- Teachers can find
some great information on this site in regards to the life of a farmer in Iowa,
including crop and weather data.
For information on Mount Rushmore, the National Park Service's site about
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
is good place to start. The American
Park Network also has a nice
site with various subtopics.
The Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation
provides a wealth of information about the monument to the great Native
American leader. Students and teachers can learn about the history and progress
of the world's largest mountain carving.
Want to learn about the Soo Locks? Check out the
Soo Locks Home Page
from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The site
contains history, facts, photos, and an animated explanation of how the locks
- The O'Hare
Airport home page provides general information about the busy Midwest airport,
including statistics about travel and passengers.
The friendly confines of Wrigley Field has a home on the Web at
, which details the history, facts and figures of the
Cubs' home field. The
homepage also has information regarding the classic