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Standard 3 Maps and Globes and Environment, Students develop an awareness of maps landforms and weather patterns to recognize the relationship between physical environments. people places and cultures,Grade Level Expectations Examples. PK 3 1 Demonstrate geographic knowledge of the student s community bodies of water. woods forests, PK 3 2 Recognize a globe map as a representation of the earth. PK 3 3 Create maps and dictate information to explain map content. PK 3 4 Use positional words to indicate directions up. PK 3 5 Create representations of landforms roads and communities through play. activities, PK 3 6 Recognize the effects of weather on daily choices and planning clothing. activities,choice of food, PK 3 7 Explore music dance dress foods and traditions of various cultures through.
play activities n, PK 3 8 Describe shelters homes in various geographic regions igloo. raised housing, PK 3 9 Demonstrate care of the environment recycling. picking up litter,water conservation,PreKindergarten Social Studies Standards 2011 2. Standard 4 Citizenship, Students develop an awareness of the importance of rules and responsibilities within their community and the actions behaviors. necessary for effective citizenship,Grade Level Expectations Examples.
PK 4 1 Recognize their responsibility as a member of a family and classroom helping. taking turns, PK 4 2 Participate in conversations about the importance of rules consequences. PK 4 3 Identify workers and their roles as citizens within the community. Standard 5 Basic Economic Concepts, Students demonstrate an awareness of basic economic concepts. Grade Level Expectations Examples, PK 5 1 Demonstrate awareness of the purpose of money through play activities. PK 5 2 Demonstrate the role of buyers and sellers in play activities grocery store. flower shop,restaurant, PK 5 3 Participate in conversations about wants and needs food. PreKindergarten Social Studies Standards 2011 3,KINDERGARTEN SOCIAL STUDIES.
Standard 1 Chronological Thinking Skills, Students apply a sense of time in daily routines within their community. Grade Level Expectations Examples, K 1 1 Order events that take place in a sequence using appropriate vocabulary before during and after school activities. today yesterday and tomorrow, K 1 2 Describe the function of tools used for representing time calendar. Standard 2 Historical Thinking Skills, Students distinguish between events people and symbols in the past and present. Grade Level Expectations Examples, K 2 1 Compare and contrast children and families of today with those in the housing.
past using various sources clothing, K 2 2 Identify symbols of local state and national importance using various flags. sources various state symbols,n government landmarks. K 2 3 Identify local state and national celebrations holidays and events. using various sources, K 2 4 Recall facts about people of the past and present George Washington. Abraham Lincoln,Ruby Bridges,Helen Keller,Kindergarten Social Studies Standards 2011 1. Standard 3 Maps Globes and Environment, Students demonstrate an understanding of the connections between their physical and cultural environments through the use of globes.
maps and other visual representations,Grade Level Expectations Examples. K 3 1 Demonstrate an understanding of the relative locations of objects near far. through the use of appropriate vocabulary over under. left right, K 3 2 Identify maps and globes as a representation of the earth and recognize. the difference between land and water, K 3 3 Demonstrate geographic knowledge of places within the school and library cafeteria offices playground. community bodies of water farmland wetlands woods forests. K 3 4 Illustrate basic landforms mountain, K 3 5 Construct maps of familiar locations classroom. playground,K 3 6 Describe how weather affects daily choices.
K 3 7 Describe how people live differently in other places using various. K 3 8 Identify natural resources as being renewable non renewable or fish from water. recyclable wood from trees,food from farms, K 3 9 Demonstrate spatial understanding that students are a part of. i e classroom school town city and state,Kindergarten Social Studies Standards 2011 2. Standard 4 Government and Citizenship, Students understand how to participate and use effective citizenship skills at home in school and in the community. Grade Level Expectations Examples, K 4 1 Identify individuals in a position of authority within a family school or. community and their responsibilities, K 4 2 Explain the importance of rules at home class and school.
K 4 3 Discuss the roles rights and responsibilities of being a good citizen in a respect others. family class and school,Standard 5 Basic Economic Concepts. Students develop an understanding of economic concepts and develop decision making skills. Grade Level Expectations Examples, K 5 1 Identify wants and basic needs wants games electronic devices candy. needs food shelter clothing,K 5 2 Explore the concept of saving. K 5 3 Discuss the concept of scarcity within classroom situations use of equipment toys snack distribution when limited. supplies are available,K 5 4 Explore concepts of goods services food. garbage collection,K 5 5 Describe jobs that people do to earn money.
K 5 6 Explain how products get from a point of origin to consumers bread milk to the table. K 5 7 Describe a voluntary exchange trade trading seats. school supplies,Kindergarten Social Studies Standards 2011 3. GRADE 1 SOCIAL STUDIES,Standard 1 Historical Thinking Skills. Students identify concepts of continuity and change in their personal environments. Grade Level Expectations Examples, 1 1 1 Construct personal timelines that highlight past and present events. 1 1 2 Create a primary source of personal information autobiography. journal diary, 1 1 3 Compare and contrast lifestyles of the past to the present transportation. recreation,technology,Standard 2 Historical People Events and Symbols.
Students identify and describe people events and symbols that are important to the United States. Grade Level Expectations Examples, 1 2 1 Identify and explain the importance of American heroes symbols landmarks and Liberty Bell. patriotic songs National Anthem,Rosa Parks,Benjamin Franklin. 1 2 2 Describe reasons for celebrating events commemorated in national holidays Veterans Day. n Constitution Day,Presidents Day,Standard 3 Maps Globes and Environment. Students recognize and use basic geographic tools to organize and interpret information about people places and environments. Grade Level Expectations Examples, 1 3 1 Identify a representation of a location space on a map globe. 1 3 2 Identify simple map symbols compass rose cardinal directions and key legend. 1 3 3 Use mental mapping visualizing details of a place or location out of one s sight to school campus. develop a basic map of local places neighborhood,Grade 1 Social Studies Standards 2011 1.
1 3 4 Identify basic landforms using a globe or map oceans. 1 3 5 Describe the impact that seasons have on daily activities and on the physical. environment in various regions, 1 3 6 Compare and contrast local traditions celebrations customs languages and foods as. an introduction to culture, 1 3 7 Explain ways in which people rely on the environment to meet the basic human needs. of food clothing and shelter, 1 3 8 Describe how the environment determines various types of human shelters igloo. elevated home, 1 3 9 Identify by name the town city parish state and country in which the student lives. 1 3 10 Predict ways human actions impact the environment conservation of energy. water usage,natural resources,Standard 4 Government and Citizenship n.
Students develop an understanding of the purpose and structure of government and their role as a responsible citizen. Grade Level Expectations Examples, 1 4 1 Develop a list of rules for the classroom and describe their benefits consequences. 1 4 2 State examples of rules and laws in the home school and community and explain their. 1 4 3 Identify the current mayor governor and president. 1 4 4 Describe the student s role rights and responsibilities as a citizen of the class the. school and the community,Grade 1 Social Studies Standards 2011 2. Standard 5 Basic Economic Concepts, Students explain the economic concepts of goods and services within their school and community. Grade Level Expectations Examples,1 5 1 Identify ways to save money. 1 5 2 Distinguish between needs wants of people by responding to real life situations toy vs warm coat. 1 5 3 Distinguish between goods and services goods TV bread clothes. services doctor beautician banker, 1 5 4 Identify jobs and industries within the school and community production of goods and services.
1 5 5 Identify ways people exchange trade goods and services barter. Grade 1 Social Studies Standards 2011 3,GRADE 2 SOCIAL STUDIES. Standard 1 Historical Thinking Skills, Students use historical thinking skills to explore continuity and change in their community and the United States. Grade Level Expectations Examples, 2 1 1 Create simple timelines to describe important events in the history of the date of birth. school or local community first day of school, 2 1 2 Compare and contrast the present day community to that of the past using interviews. primary sources photos,historical documents, 2 1 3 Describe people and events associated with national symbols landmarks Washington D C monuments and memorials.
and essential documents U S Constitution,Declaration of Independence. Mt Rushmore, 2 1 4 Explain reasons for local state and national celebrations cultural events. and traditions and their significance, 2 1 5 Describe how the achievements of famous Americans of the past and Thomas Edison. present changed society Alexander Graham Bell,George Washington Carver. n Bill Gates, 2 1 6 Identify historical turning points and describe their impact on students discovery of North America.
lives using maps documents visuals and technology inventions such as the automobile computer and cell. 2 1 7 Describe how early explorers and settlers American Indian nations and Christopher Columbus. western migration influenced the development of the United States Pilgrims. Cherokee Nation,Settlers moving west,Grade 2 Social Studies Standards 2011 1. Standard 2 Maps Globes and Environment, Students develop an understanding of the relationship between people and their physical environment using geographic tools technology and. map skills,Grade Level Expectations Examples, 2 2 1 Locate and identify the poles equator continents oceans the United websites. States Louisiana and the local community globes,hemispheres. 2 2 2 Interpret physical maps using title key symbols compass rose cardinal. and intermediate directions and alpha numeric grids. 2 2 3 Construct maps of familiar places that include a title key legend symbols. and compass rose, 2 2 4 Identify major geographical features in the local region state and country wetlands.
2 2 5 Describe how location weather and physical features affect where people. live and work, 2 2 6 Describe changes in the characteristics of the local community over time. 2 2 7 Compare and contrast basic land use and economic activities in urban. suburban and rural environments n, 2 2 8 Describe the vegetation the animal life and the cultural characteristics of. the people specific to local regions and how they are interdependent. 2 2 9 Identify natural resources and cite ways people conserve protect and. replenish them, 2 2 10 Identify natural disasters predict where they may occur and explain their hurricanes. effects on people and the environment,Grade 2 Social Studies Standards 2011 2. Standard 3 Government and the American Political System. Students develop an understanding of the structure and purposes of government in the United States. Grade Level Expectations Examples, 2 3 1 Describe ways a responsible government meets the basic needs of the local fire department.
community police,education schools,making roads bridges. 2 3 2 Identify the three branches of national government as represented by the. President Congress and the Supreme Court, 2 3 3 Recognize current political leaders of the community state and nation and. describe how they are elected,Standard 4 Citizenship. Students learn about the rights and responsibilities of citizenship explain how people must work together to resolve conflict and understand. the importance of respecting differences,Grade Level Expectations Examples. 2 4 1 Define the character traits of good citizens and discuss examples of honesty. responsible citizens tolerance,cooperation,patriotism.
2 4 2 Describe the responsibilities of citizens in the United States paying taxes. obeying laws, 2 4 3 Describe ways in which responsible citizens can work together to help write letters to community leaders. leaders resolve conflicts within the community petitions. peaceful protests,Grade 2 Social Studies Standards 2011 3. Standard 5 Economic Decision making, Students develop an understanding of basic economic concepts necessary to make informed individual and family decisions. Grade Level Expectations Examples, 2 5 1 Describe a variety of services provided by local economic institutions savings accounts. PreKindergarten Social Studies Standards 2011 1 PRE KINDERGARTEN SOCIAL STUDIES History Standard 1 Chronological Thinking Skills Students develop an understanding of chronological order during school routines Grade Level Expectations Examples PK 1 1 Demonstrate an awareness of chronological order by using time related vocabulary first next last yesterday today tomorrow PK 1

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