Death Valley
Let's visit the Desert! Death Valley is amazing! It is the hottest, driest, and lowest place in the United States, and it is full of life!

Today’s Activities

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Engage

Click on this link, and visit this wondrous place. After watching “Death Valley Explorer–Episode 1,” be sure to explore more by clicking on the link below the video, “View all Death Valley National Park Videos,”  to see and learn more about this marvelous NATIONAL PARK.

ART COLLAGE with CAPTIONS After you have explored DEATH VALLEY create a beautiful COLLAGE on a large piece of paper. Include some of the plants, animals, and places you saw and learned about on your virtual field trip. You may use any medium/media to create your scene: paint, crayon, colored pencil, pastels, paper cut-outs, etc. Within your collage, write brief, descriptive captions that explain the various images you have depicted. Share your collage with your family! Be prepared to answer their questions.

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Symmetry

Can you find the lines of symmetry in these images?  Share your work with an adult at home, and then check your answers here.

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Quick Write!

Calling all authors! Take a break for a quick write using this prompt.

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Get moving!

Have you ever been one of the Heroes of the Game in 4-square? If you have sidewalk chalk and a bouncy ball, you can play 4-square at home!  Here is a website explaining how to play; scroll down near the bottom of the page to find the rules of the game

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