In this lesson students will learn some of the history of our
watershed and how water affected it. They will use the
interactive timeline to fill in the scavenger hunt and learn
about the Upper Alameda Creek Watershed. From the Ohlone natives
to the 220,000 people who live here now, the availability of
water has shaped the history of this place we call home.
To complete the Zone 7 lesson be sure to do all of the following:
Watch the Instructions video.
Click the link to 3rd Grade Scavenger Hunt
(the blue button) and work alongside the timeline. When you
are done add your name to the title and share with your
teacher. (If necessary, print the Timeline Scavenger Hunt to
fill out on paper.)
Use the Interactive Timeline of the Upper Alameda
Creek Watershed (link found on this page [another
blue button]) to answer all of the questions on the Scavenger
Hunt. You can click on the arrow at the bottom of the
presentation, or click directly on a date. [Follow the hints
given on the worksheet.] Turn in your completed Scavenger
Hunt to your teacher by adding your name to the title and
Fill out the Student Evaluation Form right
here on this page. Be sure to press submit at the bottom of
Bonus Material: Match the pictures with the facts. When you are
done, take a screen shot and send it to your teacher.