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Irvine Regional Park - 4th Grade

Group of students with naturalist in foothills Inside the Outdoors logo in cornerIrvine Regional Park
Fourth Grade
NGSS Standards Supported:4-LS1-1, 4-LS1-2
​While visiting Irvine Regional Park, the very first regional park in the State of California and home to some of Orange County’s oldest coast live oak and California sycamore trees, students will hike through various native oak, riparian, and coastal sage scrub ecosystems. They will also visit the OC Zoo which focuses on animals and plants native to the southwestern United States. Along the way, they will make observations, record and analyze data based on the structures of living things throughout the park to develop a deeper understanding of the role these structures play in plant and animal survival. ​



Site Details

Location: Irvine Regional Park - Click here for a map to the site.  The address is on the map.
Time: Full day site 9:00 am - 2:30 pm  
Parking: $3.00 per vehicle
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
 
  
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Visit OC Parks website for Irvine Regional Park
Nurturing a Natural Curiosity Inside the Outdoors logo with tree, bird, stream 714-708-3885 insidetheoutdoors@ocde.us