Core Correlations

The following Programs/Activity Guides have been correlated to the Utah State Office of Education Core Curriculum. You can access correlations below by clicking on the Program/Activity Guide you are using, and then either the grade level or subject matter within. The activities that meet that grade or subject matter will be listed.

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  • Activity 7: Habitat Pen Pals (indirect)

  • Activity 11: Can It Be Real? (indirect)

  • Activity 12: Invasive Species (indirect)

  • Activity 13: We All Need Trees (indirect)

  • Activity 15: A Few of My Favorite Things (indirect)

  • Activity 17: People of the Forest (indirect)

  • Activity 22: Trees as Habitats (indirect)

  • Activity 23: The Fallen Log (indirect)

  • Activity 24: Nature’s Recycler’s (indirect)

  • Activity 26: Dynamic Duos (indirect)

  • Activity 31: Plant a Tree (indirect)

  • Activity 33: Forest Consequences (indirect)

  • Activity 36: Pollution Search (indirect)

  • Activity 40: Then and Now (indirect)

  • Activity 41: How Plants Grow (indirect)

  • Activity 47: Are Vacant Lots Vacant? (indirect)

  • Activity 52: A Look at Aluminum (indirect)

  • Activity 53: On the Move (indirect)

  • Activity 58: There Ought to Be a Law (indirect)

  • Activity 60: Publicize It

  • Activity 63: Tree Factory (indirect)

  • Activity 64: Looking at Leaves (indirect)

  • Activity 79: Tree Lifecycle (indirect)

  • Activity 82: Resource-Go-Round (indirect)

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