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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? How have humans changed the Santiago Oaks ecosystem and how has it affected the survival of the area's native plants and animals? Students will construct an argument about the interaction between human and natural systems in Santiago Oaks Regional Park while investigating the native plant inhabitants of the area through various hands-on activities designed to engage your third grade students.​




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
 
 
Visit OC Parks website for Santiago Oaks.
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