Social Studies - 3rd Grade
Students will understand how geography influences community location and development.
Analyze ways cultures use, maintain, and preserve the physical environment.
AIRNow - Quality of Air Means Quality of Life
Local Air Quality Conditions and Forecasts
Meet the Greens
The GREENS is a site for kids from WGBH about sustainability and green living. It includes online episodes and links teaching about our carbon footprint.
Northwestern Shoshone Fish Song
This lesson is written in partnership with and approved by the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation Cultural Specialist, Patty Timbimboo-Madsen and Paula Watkins, library consultant to the tribal nation.
Reduce Waste: If not you, who?
Learn more about ways you can reduce waste by avoiding making garbage in the first place.
Resources for Recycling
List of links for teaching Recycling.
Teaching Kits: Utah Geological Survey
Geology-Related Teaching Kits.
The Aztecs: Mighty Warriors of Mexico
After completing this lesson, students will be able to: identify the Aztecs as the builders of a great city and rich civilization in what is now Mexico; locate the Aztec Empire and its capital on a map; describe several aspects of Aztec culture; and understand the causes of the Aztec civilization's downfall.
What Tree is That?
You can identify most trees by studying their leaves, seeds, and fruit. This animation will help you learn to identify these characteristics and take a step-by-step approach to arrive at the name of your tree.
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