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How our Downloadable Materials Relate to NC Curriculum Standards

Item TypeItem NameNC Curriculum Standard CorrelationKeywords
Activity - IndoorReptiles and Amphibians: Similarities and DifferencesK.L.1, 2.L.2Characteristic comparisons, differences, variation, kindergarten, second grade
Activity - IndoorWho Lives in North Carolina's Wetlands?K.P.1, 1.L.1, 3.E.2Animals, pictures, diagrams, objects, cutout, kindergarten, first, third grade
Activity - IndoorDescribing Wetland FeaturesK.P.2, L.K.5Observation, sorting, opposites, kindergarten
Activity - IndoorCreate a Wetland1.E.2, 3.E.2, EEn.2.3, EEn.2.4Earth materials, water retention, 3D models, ground water, sedimentation, water quality, environment, first, third grade
Activity - IndoorWetland Soil is a Filter1.E.2, 3.P.1Soil properties, speed variation, first, third grade
Activity - IndoorWetland Flood Storage1.E.2, 8.E.1, EEn.2.3, EEn.2.4Earth materials, water retention, runoff, filtration, ground water, wetlands, first, eighth grade, biology, earth, environment
Activity - IndoorWetland Metaphors5.L.2Interdependence, functions served, fifth grade
Activity - IndoorFood Web/Food Pyramid5.L.2, 8.L.3, Bio.2.1Interdependence, energy, producers, consumers, food webs, ecosystems, predation, fifth, eighth grade, biology
Activity - IndoorHow Much Water on the Earth?8.P.2, EEn.2.4, NC.6.RP.1-4, NC.6.SP.1-3Using energy, resources, how humans use water, ratio concepts, ratio reasoning, statistical variability
Activity - IndoorWetland Crossword Puzzle - Uses Factsheets (Puzzle) (Key)Middle and High SchoolWater quality, animal, plant, ecosystem, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth grade, biology, earth, environment, wetlands
Activity - Indoor or OutdoorSalinity and Freshwater Plants3.L.2, 3.E.2, 8.L.3, Environmental conditions, saltwater, freshwater, brackish, third, eighth grade
Activity - Indoor or OutdoorInvasive Species Game8.L.3, Bio.2.2, EEn.2.7Competition, energy, resource availability, human impacts, biodiversity, invasives, eighth grade, biology, earth, environment
Activity - Indoor or OutdoorSoil ObservationsK.P.2, 1.E.2, L.K.5Observation, physical properties, sorting, opposites, kindergarten, first grade
Activity - OutdoorInsect Sweep1.L.1, 2.L.1, 5.L.2Sensory exploration, environment, ecosystems, structures, functions, living organism, first, second, fifth grade
Activity - OutdoorMacroinvertebrates as Bioindicators8.E.1, Bio.2.2Water quality, bioindicators, macroinvertebrates, insects, waste, eighth grade, biology
Activity - OutdoorWetland Scavenger HuntK.V.2, 1.L.1, 7.V.2Sensory exploration, environment characteristics, original imagery, kindergarten, first, seventh grade
FactsheetWhat is a Wetland?1.E.2, 3.L.2, 8.E.1, EEn.2.3, EEn.2.4, Bio.2.1Physical properties, earth materials, plant survival, water quality, pollution, ground water, flood events, water quality, water pollution, ecosystem health, first, third, eighth grade, biology, earth, environment
FactsheetFreshwater vs. Saltwater Wetlands1.E.2, 1.L.1, 3.L.2, 3.E.2, 4.L.1, 5.L.2, 6.L.2, EEn.2.2, EEn.2.4Plant growth, environment, environmental conditions, plant survival, freshwater, saltwater, changing habitats, salt marshes, abiotic, land use, shorelines, wetlands, tidal environments, saltwater intrusion, first, third, fourth, fifth, sixth grade, earth, environment
FactsheetWetland Plants1.L.1, 1.L.2, 3.L.2, 6.L.1, 6.L.2Plants, environmental needs, characteristics, plant survival, adaptation, first, third, sixth grade
FactsheetCarnivorous Plants in North Carolina1.L.1, 1.L.2, 3.L.2, 6.L.1, 6.L.2Plants, environmental needs, characteristics, plant survival, adaptation, first, third, sixth grade
FactsheetWetland Animals1.L.1, 4.L.1, 5.L.2, 8.L.3Animals, environmental needs, coast, adaptations, variation, interdependence, terrestrial, aquatic, hierarchal, communities, predation, first, fourth, fifth, eighth grade
FactsheetWetland Soils1.E.2, 1.L.1, 3.L.2, 6.L.2, 8.E.1, Chm.2.2, EEn.2.1Physical properties, earth materials, water retention, plant growth, plant survival, abiotic factors, water quality, chemical pollution, chemical reaction, color change, soil formation, erosion, first, third, sixth, eighth grade, chemistry, earth, environment
FactsheetWetland Hydrology5.P.2, EEn.2.3Water cycle, ground water, surface water, flood events, fifth grade, earth, environment