Curriculum Materials (Lesson Plans)

How do we get butter? Grade Level: Kindergarten
Objective: Students will be able to identify how family life on the farm is different from their own family life by making butter

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From seeds to beans! Grade Level: Kindergarten
Objective: Students will be able to identify how family life on the farm is different from their own family life by growing a bean plant.

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Homes across cultures Grade Level: 1st Grade
Objective: Students will be able to identify the differences between Paiute families and Mormon families in the late 19th century by examining a Paiute Kahn and Winsor Castle

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Paiute water baskets Grade Level: 1st Grade
Objective: Students will be able to identify the differences between Paiute families and Mormon families in the late 19th century by examining Paiute basket making techniques and their uses

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Where does food come from? Grade Level: 2nd Grade
Objective: Students will explain the relationship between farmers and the market, identifying and describing how food is produced by matching common breakfast foods to where they come from on the farm

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From ranch to dinner table Grade Level: 2nd Grade
Objective: Students will explain the relationship between farmers and the market, identifying and describing how food is produced by performing ranch tasks (rope cows, milk them, and make butter)

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Living in the Desert: The Kaibab Paiutes and Mormon Settlers
Grade Level: 3rd Grade

Objective: Students will be able to describe how the Kaibab Paiutes and Mormon Settlers each adapted to life near Pipe Spring on the Arizona Strip.

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Be a building detective Grade Level: 3rd Grade
Objective: Students will be able to identify how historic preservation can teach us what factors shape a community, using Winsor Castle

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Settlers of Utah’s “Dixie” Grade Level: 4th Grade
Students will be able to identify how the different communities of southern Utah and the Arizona strip worked together to meet their economic needs during the early part of settlement using a fun game

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Trailblazers Grade Level: 5th Grade
Students will describe the Dominguez-Escalante expedition and its impact on westward expansion.

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The Southern Paiute Grade Level: 6th-8th Grade
Students will investigate the different cultures and people of southern Utah and the Arizona Strip through reading and activities focused on the Southern Paiute

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Inventions of the Industrial Revolution Grade Level: 6th-8th Grade
Students will analyze the new inventions and transportation methods created during the Industrial Revolution and describe their impact on American life and history concerning westward expansion

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Last updated: April 12, 2018

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