Fourth Grade Unit 1

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1. What do historical artifacts teach about people?
  b. This means I can examine artifacts to infer about people and analyze primary sources.
    Subject Title Series
Archaeology Ancient Aztec Empire Ancient Civilizations for Children
Archaeology Ancient Aztec Empire Ancient Civilizations
Archaeology Ancient China Ancient Civilizations for Children
Archaeology Archaeology Bill Nye the Science Guy
Archaeology Athena's City/Greek Pottery Greek
Archaeology Hattusha World Heritage
Archaeology Magic Field Trip to the Dinosaur Museum
Archaeology Magic School Bus Shows and Tells Magic School Bus
Archaeology Persepolis World Heritage
Archaeology Pollution Solutions/Archaeology Bill Nye the Science Guy
Artifact Buried Treasure Reading Rainbow
Artifact Digger Uppers: An Introduction to Archeology
Artifact Hands On History
Artifact Mummies Made in Egypt Reading Rainbow Social Studies
d. This means I can write an informative paper about Prehistoric Indians.
  Subject Title Series
Prehistoric Indians Ancient Indian Culture of Northern Arizona National Park and Monument
Prehistoric Indians Geography of Utah Native Americans Geography of Utah
Prehistoric Indians Peoples' History of Utah, Volume 1 Peoples' History of Utah
Prehistoric Indians Symbols of Freedom and Justice My America: Building a Democracy
Prehistoric Indians Voices of the Past
2. What are geographical characteristics and regions of Utah?
  b. This means I can show Utah's geographical characteristics and regions.
    Subject Title Series
Geography of Utah Climate, Soil and Vegetation of Utah
Geography of Utah Contemporary Mining and Energy Resources in Utah Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Early History and Planning in Utah Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Experience Utah!
Geography of Utah Geography of Religion Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Geography of Utah Native Americans Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Ghost Town
Geography of Utah Great Salt Lake Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Great Salt Lake: America's Dead Sea
Geography of Utah Hitting Pay Dirt
Geography of Utah Inside Out: The Story of the Towns of Bingham Canyon
Geography of Utah Mining in Utah the Early Period Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Peoples' History of Utah, Volume 1 Peoples' History of Utah
Geography of Utah Planning and Settlement in Utah Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Small Towns Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah The West U.S. Geography for Children
Geography of Utah To Be A Pioneer
Geography of Utah Trappers and Traders
Geography of Utah Utah Agriculture, Part 1 and 2 Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Utah Centennial: Utah… This is the Place!
Geography of Utah Utah: A Portrait
Geography of Utah Utah's State Parks and Private Recreation Geography of Utah
d. This means I can write informational text about Utah's regions.
  Subject Title Series
Regions Peoples' History of Utah, Volume 1 Peoples' History of Utah
Regions The West U.S. Geography for Children
Regions Utah Landforms, Part 1 and 2 Geography of Utah
3. How do rocks and fossils make Utah unique?
  c. This means I can show the difference between minerals and rocks.
    Subject Title Series
Minerals/Rocks All About Rocks and Minerals Earth Science for Children
Minerals/Rocks Biggest Treasure Chest: Our Natural Resources Geologist's Notebook
Minerals/Rocks Gems, Metal and Minerals Tell Me Why
Minerals/Rocks Igneous and Metamorphic Rock Rocks and Minerals
Minerals/Rocks Learning About Natural Resources Earth Science Collection Primary
Minerals/Rocks Minerals Learning About Rocks and Minerals
Minerals/Rocks Minerals and Their Properties Rocks and Minerals
Minerals/Rocks Mining for Music
Minerals/Rocks Rock Recipes Our Earth
Minerals/Rocks Rocks Earth Science in Action
Minerals/Rocks Rocks Learning About Rocks and Minerals
Minerals/Rocks Rocks and Minerals Eyewitness Living Earth
Minerals/Rocks Rocks and Minerals Real World Science
Minerals/Rocks Rocks and Minerals Understanding Our Earth
Minerals/Rocks Rocks and Minerals: How We Identify Them
Minerals/Rocks Rocks and the Rock Cycle Rocks and Minerals
Minerals/Rocks Rocks, Minerals and Fossils
Minerals/Rocks Rocks: Solid Earth Materials Earth Science
Minerals/Rocks Rocks: The Solid Earth Materials #1 Earth Science Collection Primary
Minerals/Rocks Rocks: The Solid Earth Materials #2 Earth Science Collection Intermediate
Minerals/Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Rocks and Minerals
Minerals/Rocks Three Rocks Geologist's Notebook
Minerals/Rocks Uses of Rocks and Minerals Earth Science Collection Primary
Minerals/Rocks What Exactly Are Minerals? Geologist's Notebook
d. This means I can identify and compare fossils.
  Subject Title Series
Fossils All About Dinosaurs Animal Life for Children
Fossils All About Earth's History Earth Science for Children
Fossils All About Fossils Earth Science for Children
Fossils Arthur's New Puppy/Buster's Dino Dilemma Arthur
Fossils Biggest Treasure Chest: Our Natural Resources Geologist's Notebook
Fossils Dinosaurs, Those Big Boneheads!/Earth's Crust Bill Nye the Science Guy
Fossils Dinosaurs/Reptiles Bill Nye the Science Guy
Fossils Dinosaurs: Puzzles From the Past
Fossils Discovering Utah's Fossils
Fossils Exploring Fossils Learning About Rocks and Minerals
Fossils Form and Function of Fossils Earth Explored
Fossils Fossil Fuels Earth Science in Action
Fossils Fossils Our Earth
Fossils Fossils Earth Science in Action
Fossils Fossils Geological History
Fossils Fossils Bill Nye the Science Guy
Fossils Fossils and Dinosaurs Real World Science
Fossils Fossils/Erosion Bill Nye the Science Guy
Fossils Fossils: Windows Into the Past
Fossils Global Warming Ever-Changing Earth for Students
Fossils I Dig Fossils Children's Science Adventure
Fossils June 29,1999 Reading Rainbow
Fossils Magic School Bus, The Busasaurus Magic School Bus
Fossils Magical Field Trip to the Dinosaur Museum
Fossils Mysteries of Mankind
Fossils Prehistoric Life Eyewitness
Fossils Rocks That Reveal the Past
Fossils Rocks, Minerals and Fossils
3. How do rocks and fossils make Utah unique?
  e. This means I can write about dinosaur extinction.
    Subject Title Series
Dinosaurs All About Dinosaurs Animal Life for Children
Dinosaurs All About Dinosaurs/All About Horses All About
Dinosaurs All About Endangered and Extinct Animals Animal Life for Children
Dinosaurs Alligators and Crocodiles Alphabet Zoop
Dinosaurs Comets and Meteors Bill Nye the Science Guy
Dinosaurs Digging Up Dinosaurs Reading Rainbow Science
Dinosaurs Dinosaur Eyewitness Natural World
Dinosaurs Dinosaur Eyewitness
Dinosaurs Dinosaur Bones
Dinosaurs Dinosaur Egg Adventures of Corduroy
Dinosaurs Dinosaurs Bill Nye the Science Guy
Dinosaurs Dinosaurs, Those Big Boneheads!/Earth's Crust Bill Nye the Science Guy
Dinosaurs Dinosaurs/Reptiles Bill Nye the Science Guy
Dinosaurs Dinosaurs: Puzzles From the Past
Dinosaurs Extinction Earth at Risk Environmental
Dinosaurs Fossils and Dinosaurs Real World Science
Dinosaurs Fossils: Windows Into the Past
Dinosaurs How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food
Dinosaurs How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?
Dinosaurs How Do Dinosaurs Go To School
Dinosaurs How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?
Dinosaurs Magic School Bus, The Busasaurus Magic School Bus
Dinosaurs Magical Field Trip to the Dinosaur Museum
Dinosaurs Mammoths! Paleoworld: Tracing Animal Origins
Dinosaurs Prehistoric Animals, Reptiles and Amphibians Tell Me Why
Dinosaurs Stanley and the Dinosaurs Whole Language Plus
Dinosaurs Stanley and the Dinosaurs
Dinosaurs The Berenstain Bears and the Missing Dinosaur Bone The Berenstain Bears
Dinosaurs The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins
4. What processes are involved in formation of soil?
  b. This means I can explain the difference between weathering and erosion.
    Subject Title Series
Weathering & Erosion A Closer Look at the Earth Space Science
Weathering & Erosion All About Weathering and Erosion Earth Science for Children
Weathering & Erosion Earth A First Look
Weathering & Erosion Geology of the Earth: Of Forces, Rocks and Time Essentials of Earth Science
Weathering & Erosion Landforms and Living Patterns
Weathering & Erosion Magic School Bus Catches a Wave Magic School Bus
Weathering & Erosion Physical Systems Geography for Students
Weathering & Erosion Rock Recipes Our Earth
Weathering & Erosion Rocks: The Solid Earth Materials #2 Earth Science Collection Intermediate
Weathering & Erosion Wear and Tear Our Earth
Weathering & Erosion Weathering and Erosion Earth Science Collection Intermediate
Weathering & Erosion Weathering and Erosion Earth Science in Action
Weathering & Erosion Weathering and Erosion Forces Shaping the Earth's Surface
Weathering & Erosion Weathering: How Soil is Formed From Rocks to Riches
c. This means I can do scientific research and write a report on soil.
  Subject Title Series
Soil All About Plant Structure and Growth Plant Life for Children
Soil All About Soil Earth Science for Children
Soil Climate, Soil and Vegetation of Utah
Soil Digging Through Earth Geologist's Notebook
Soil Earth's Crust/Rocks and Soil Bill Nye the Science Guy
Soil Farming Bill Nye the Science Guy
Soil Farming/Life Cycles Bill Nye the Science Guy
Soil Getting to Know Soil Earth Science Collection Primary
Soil Growing Plants: Science in a School Garden
Soil How Do Living Things Shape the Earth's Surface? Science Essentials
Soil How To Make a Mud Pie Geologist's Notebook
Soil Learning About Natural Resources Earth Science Collection Primary
Soil Magic School Bus Meets the Rot Squad Magic School Bus
Soil People and Soil
Soil Rocks and Soil Bill Nye the Science Guy
Soil Soil Earth Science in Action
Soil Soil Quality Environmental Science for Students
Soil Wear and Tear Our Earth
Soil Weathering: How Soil is Formed From Rocks to Riches