OUTDOOR EDUCATION SCIENCE AND GEOGRAPHY LESSON PLAN (4th -5th) BY: MARTHA VASQUEZ
“What Kids Need to Bring to Camp” Water, comfortable shoes (closed-toe shoes), jeans, sun hat, sunscreen and snack bar. Medications - Parental note for medications
Date:Camp: Mount San Jacinto Statepark/ Palms Springs TramwayInstructor: Martha VasquezSupervisor:
Standards: 4LS3.c. Students know many plants depend onanimals for pollination and seed dispersal, andanimals depend on plants for food and shelter.4LS3.a. Students know ecosystems can becharacterized by their living and nonlivingcomponents. 4LS3.b. Students know that in anyparticular environment, some kinds of plants andanimals survive well, some survive less well, andsome cannot survive at all.
The National Geography Standards 8. The characteristics2. How to use mental and spatialmaps to organize distribution ofinformation about ecosystems onpeople, places, and Earths surface.environments .17. How to apply geography tointerpret the past.18. To apply geography to interpretthe present and plan for the future.
Content Objective: Students will: 1) identify their own basic needs for food, water, shelter and space in a suitable arrangement; and 2) generalize that wildlife and other animals have similar basic needs. In addition they are going to learn; How to apply geography to interpret the past by observing the view and finally how to apply geography to interpret the present and plan for the future.