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Santiago Oaks - 3rd Grade

​​Group of student in distance on trail with blue skys and green trail Inside the outdoors logo in top right cornerSantiago Oaks
Third Grade 

NGSS Standards Supported:​ 3-LS4-3 ​

Why are some plants and animals thriving at Santiago Oaks Regional Park,​ while others are not? Students will investigate three organisms and their ability to survive, well, somewhat well, or not at all at Santiago Oaks regional park. Students will collect qualitative and quantitative data to support their claims as they explore different habitats within the park. Students will have an opportunity to roleplay as an oak tree and meet and touch two live animals to increase their understanding of the needs of the three organisms they are investigating.​


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Site Details​​

Location: Santiago Oaks Regional Park - Click here for a map to the site.  The address is on the map.
Time: 9:00 - 11:00 am or 11:30 am - 1:30 pm - Lunch area is available on site.  
Parking: $3.00 per personal vehicle, this fee is waived for bus
Accessibility: Limited wheelchair accessibility
 
 
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