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(PLT K-8: 4th Grade: Science) Standard 5: Students will understand the physical characteristics of Utah\'s wetlands, forests, and deserts and women viagra'>women viagra identify common organisms for each environment.

Objective 1: Describe the physical characteristics of Utah\'s wetlands, forests, and deserts.
Indicator a: Compare the physical characteristics (e.g., precipitation, temperature, and surface terrain) of Utah\'s wetlands, forests, and deserts.

  • Activity 7: Habitat Pen Pals

  • Activity 20: Environmental Exchange Box

  • Activity 48: Field Forest and Stream


Indicator b: Describe Utah’s wetlands (e.g., river, lake, stream, and marsh areas where water is a major feature of the environment) forests (e.g., oak, pine, aspen, juniper areas where trees are a major feature of the environment), and deserts (e.g., areas where the http://www.netultimate.com/wp/cialis-doses lack of water provided an environment where plants needing little water are a major feature of the environment).

  • Activity 7: Habitat Pen Pals

  • Activity 20: Environmental Exchange Box


Indicator d: Based upon information gathered, classify areas of www.netultimate.com Utah that are generally identified as wetlands, forests, or deserts.

  • Activity 20: Environmental Exchange Box (indirect)


Objective 2: Describe the common plants and animals found in Utah environments and how these organisms have adapted to the environment in which they live.
Indicator a: Identify common plants and animals that inhabit Utah\'s forests, wetlands, and deserts.

  • Activity 7: Habitat Pen Pals

  • Activity 8: The Forest of S. T. Shrew

  • Activity 9: Planet of Plenty (indirect)

  • Activity 10: Charting Diversity

  • Activity 20: Environmental Exchange Box


Indicator b: Cite examples of physical features that allow particular plants and animals to live in specific environments (e.g., duck has webbed feet, cactus has waxy coating).

  • Activity 10: Charting Diversity

  • Activity 25: Birds and Worms


Indicator c: Describe some of the interactions between animals and plants of a given environment (e.g., woodpecker eats insects that live on trees of a forest, brine shrimp of viagra online the Great Salt Lake eat algae and birds feed on brine shrimp).

  • Activity 8: The Forest of S. T. Shrew

  • Activity 22: Trees as Habitats

  • Activity 23: The Fallen Log

  • Activity 45: Web of Life


Objective 3: Use a simple scheme to classify Utah plants and animals.

  • Activity 68: Name That Tree

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