• Montezuma Peak

    Coronado

    National Memorial Arizona

Coronado Cave Hike State Standards

Science
Kindergarten
Strand 1: Inquiry Process
Concept 1: Observations, Questions, Hypothesis
Concept 2: Scientific Testing (Investigating and Modeling)
Concept 4: Communication
Strand 4:
Concept 3: Organisms and Environment

1st Grade
Strand 1: Inquiry Process
Concept 1: Observations, Questions, Hyphothesis
Concept 2: Scientific Testing (Investigating and Modeling)
Concept 4: Communication
Strand 2:
Concept 1: Characteristics of Organisms
Concept 3: Organisms and Environments

2nd Grade
Strand 1: Inquiry Process
Concept 1: Observations, Questions, Hypothesis
Strand 4: Life Science
Concept 1: Characteristics of Organisms

3rd Grade
Strand 1: Inquiry Process
Concept 1: Observations, Questions, Hypothesis
Strand 2: History and Nature of Science
Concept 2: Nature of Scientific Knowledge
Strand 3: Science in Personal and Social Perspectives
Concept 1: Changes in Environments
Strand 4: Life Science
Concept 3: Organisms and Environments
Concept 4: Diversity, Adaptation, and Behavior
Strand 5: Physical Science
Concept 3: Energy and Magnetism

4th Grade
Strand 1: Inquiry Process
Concept 1: Observations, Questions, Hypothesis
Strand 3: Science in Personal and Social Perspectives
Concept 1: Changes in Environments
Strand 4: Life Science
Concept 1: Characteristics of Organisms
Concept 3: Organisms and Environments
Concept 4: Diversity, Adaptation, and Behavior
Strand 6: Earth and Space Science
Concept 2: Earth's Processes and Systems

5th Grade
Strand 1: Inquiry Process
Concept 1: Observations, Questions, Hypothesis
Strand 3: Science in Personal and Social Perspectives
Concept 1: Changes in Environments
Strand 5: Physical Science
Concept 2: Motion and Forces

6th Grade
Strand 1: Inquiry Process
Concept 1: Observations, Questions, Hypothesis
Strand 2: History and Nature of Science
Concept 2: Nature of Scientific Knowledge

Did You Know?

barking frog

Coronado National Memorial is home to the rare barking frog. Its presence was first confirmed here in 1993. The barking frog hibernates for almost the entire year, except for a few weeks in summer after the first heavy rains. Then, the males can be heard calling from limestone crevices for mates.