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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(PLT K-8: 6th Grade: Language Arts) Standard 4060-07 VII: Comprehension - Students understand, interpret, and analyze narrative and zs4.org informational grade level text.

Objective 02: Apply strategies to comprehend text.
Indicator a: Relate prior knowledge to make connections to text (e.g., text to toi-records.de text, text to self, text to world).

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

  • Activity 11: Can It Be Real (indirect)

  • Activity 17: People of the Forest

  • Activity 18: Tale of the Sun

  • Activity 33: Forest Consequences

  • Activity 35: Loving it Too Much

  • Activity 59: Power of Print

  • Activity 87: Earth Manners

  • Activity 90: The Native Way

  • Activity 91: In the Good Old Days

  • Activity 92: A look at Lifestyles


Indicator e: Make inferences and draw conclusions from text.

Objective 03: Recognize and use features of narrative and informational text.
Indicator b: Identify different genres: fairy tales, poems, realistic fiction, fantasy, fables, folk tales, tall tales, biographies, historical fiction.

  • Activity 5: Poet Trees

  • Activity 36: Pollution Search

  • Activity 49: Tropical Treehouse

  • Activity 58: There Ought to be a Law

  • Activity 91: In the Good Old Days


Indicator e: Locate facts from a variety of informational texts (e.g., newspapers, magazines, textbooks, biographies, other resources).

  • Activity 36: Pollution Search

  • Activity 59: Power of Print

  • Activity 72: Air We Breathe

  • Activity 90: The Native Way

  • Activity 92: A look at Lifestyles

  • Activity 94: Where are the Cedars of Lebanon

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