The National Park Service offers a great place for kids called Web Rangers. Web Rangers is part of the service's web site at www.nps.gov/webrangers/.
Kids create their own ranger identity and set up their own personal ranger station. After that they can do all kids of activities related to parks. Topics covered are animals, trees, various national parks, and much, much more. Kids also get an ID badge and earn patches, all printable on your computer printer.
I have spent some time there and had a great time. I can tell that several Ranger Bill fans have already found and use this great site, because ranger names such as Ranger Bill, Stumpy, and Gray Wolf are all taken.
If you are interested in Ranger Bill's Junior Rangers, email us and we will get our rangers online.