Arizona State Symbols. Ms. Farrar’s 1 st Grade Social Studies Class. State Flower. State Bird. State Tree. State Flag. State Seal. Objectives. Teachers. Objectives:. Students will be able to identify the official flower, tree, bird, flag, and seal of the state of Arizona.
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Ms. Farrar’s 1st Grade Social Studies Class
Click on the drawing of the saguaro blossom above to watch a movie.
Click the paloverde flower above to watch a video.
Click drawing of
cactus wren above to
see a video.
The name for the state tree for Arizona, Palo Verde, is Spanish and means:
“Needs little water”
“Green pole” or “green stick”
The information literate student, individually or as a member of a group, uses information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose.
2. Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments
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