Core Correlations

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(WET K-12: 4th Grade: Science) Standard V: Students will understand the physical characteristics of Utah’s wetlands, forests, deserts and the best choice buy cialis now identify common organisms for each environment.

Objective 1: Describe the physical characteristics of Utah’s wetlands, forests and deserts.
a.  Compare the physical characteristics of Utah’s wetlands, forests, and deserts.

  • Life in the Fast Lane - Pg 79

  • Salt Marsh Players - Pg 99

  • Capture, Store, and Release - Pg 133


b.  Describe Utah’s wetlands, forests, and deserts.

  • Life in the Fast Lane - Pg 79

  • Salt Marsh Players - Pg 99

  • Capture, Store, and Release - Pg 133

  • Wetland Soil in Living Color - Pg 212


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

  • Water Address - Pg 122

  • Macroinvertebrate Mayhem - Pg 322


b.  Cite examples of physical features that allow particular plants and animals to live in specific environments.

  • Life in the Fast Lane - Pg 79

  • Water Address - Pg 122

  • Macroinvertebrate Mayhem - Pg 322


c.  Describe some of http://www.rainbowrising.org/order-viagra-online the interactions between animals and plants of a given environment.

  • Life in the Fast Lane - Pg 79

  • Water Address - Pg 122

  • Macroinvertebrate Mayhem - Pg 322


Objective 3: Use a simple scheme to classify Utah plants and animals.
b.  Use a simple classification system to http://blog-garten.de/viagra-cialis classify unfamiliar Utah plants or animals.

  • Macroinvertebrate Mayhem - Pg 322


Objective 4: Observe and record the behavior of Utah animals.
e.  Use simple classification schemes to sort Utah’s common insects and spiders.

  • Macroinvertebrate Mayhem - Pg 322

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