Students will participate in a guided investigation that explores the survival needs of plants and animals in the desert. Students will understand the characteristics of a habitat and how living things survive there.
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the sequencing of events by studying the westward journey of the Corps of Discovery. Students will correctly use terms that indicate the sequence of events. Students will demonstrate an understanding of certain historical figures in United States history.
Students will examine the significance of the Louisiana Purchase and of the journey of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery. Students will compose a journal entry to demonstrate their knowledge of the use of the American bison as a resource to both the Corps of Discovery and the American Indians.
Students will examine the significance of the Louisiana Purchase and the journey of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery. They will demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of the features of the Keelboat Nickel reverse. Students will exhibit understanding of sequential order in relation to events that occurred on the journey of Lewis and Clark.