4th Graders Can Get a Free National Parks Pass, Good for the Whole Family! ($80 Value)
Do you have a 4th grader? If so then listen up, every year, beginning September 1, all kids in the fourth grade have access to their own Every Kid Outdoors pass at everykidoutdoors. This pass provides free access to national parks across the country. Check out all the parks you can visit here I didn’t realize some of these were even National Parks, this truly would be a huge savings!
Even better, the pass admits all of the children and adults in your vehicle. If you arrive by bike, then it admits all the children under 16 and up to three adults. But be aware unlike yearly passes, it expires at the end of the school year on August 31st, 2021.
To get one, you just need to go to Every Kid Outdoors. 4th graders can score a printable paper pass by answering two multiple-choice questions about what they’d like to do in National Parks and entering their zip code. Educators can also apply to get paper passes for everyone in their class. The deal is good for anyone in the 4th grade, even if you’re homeschooled.
Why 4th graders? The site says “we chose fourth graders because research shows that kids ages nine to 11 are beginning to learn about the world around them. They’re open to new ideas, and they are likely to connect to nature and our history. We offer the pass to fourth graders every year. Over time, every kid can get a free pass to explore our country.”
Please be aware digital passes aren’t accepted at the parks, so you will need to print that pass out. Each pass also has its own unique code, so every 4th grader should apply for their own.
Click HERE to snag the pass!
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