SOC.1.1.1: Social Studies
Compare the daily life of individuals in the community with life in the past. Describe local people whose actions showed courage, honesty and responsibility. Use narratives, oral histories, folklore, video images and biographies to share the information.
SOC.1.1.2: Social Studies
Measure time using clocks and calendars. Order events sequentially on a timeline. Distinguish between fact and opinion.
SOC.1.1.3: Social Studies
Discuss the origins and significance of American songs, symbols, people and events associated with national celebrations and holidays.
SOC.1.2.1: Social Studies
Provide examples of good citizenship in the school and community. Identify rights and responsibilities of citizens and know the Pledge of Allegiance. Give examples of rules and laws in the school and community.
SOC.1.3.1: Social Studies
Identify and map human and physical features of the school and neighborhood. Understand the use of cardinal directions. Identify continents, oceans, cities and roads on maps and globes.
SOC.1.3.2: Social Studies
Compare cultural similarities and differences found in the local community. Give examples of natural resources found locally. Describe how people use these resources and how they interact with their environment.
SOC.1.3.3: Social Studies
Observe and record daily and seasonal weather changes, and explain how these changes influence activities in the school and community.
SOC.1.4.1: Social Studies
Identify and compare goods, services and jobs in the school and community. Explain how and why people exchange goods and services.
SOC.220.127.116.11: Social Studies
Identify basic components of maps and globes (i.e., cardinal directions, map key, symbols)
SOC.18.104.22.168: Social Studies
Identify current event sources (e.g., news publications, Internet, radio, TV)
SOC.22.214.171.124: Social Studies
Compare past and present family life (e.g., housing, transportation, technology) over time
SOC.126.96.36.199: Social Studies
Define chronological terms for broad categories of historical time (i.e., long ago, yesterday, today, tomorrow)
SOC.188.8.131.52: Social Studies
Identify the people and events honored in United States holidays (e.g., Thanksgiving, Independence Day, Veteran's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Columbus Day, Labor Day)
SOC.184.108.40.206: Social Studies
Describe the interaction (e.g., survival, First Thanksgiving) of Native Americans with the Pilgrims
SOC.220.127.116.11: Social Studies
Differentiate between wants and needs
SOC.18.104.22.168: Social Studies
Describe ways (e.g., money, bartering) wants and needs are met
SOC.22.214.171.124: Social Studies
Apply good citizenship (e.g., respect, cooperation, honesty, responsibility) in the school environment
SOC.126.96.36.199: Social Studies
Explain the purpose for rules in home, school, and community
SOC.188.8.131.52: Social Studies
Identify Earth's geographical landforms (e.g., islands, mountains, plains, hills, bodies of water)
SOC.184.108.40.206: Social Studies
Identify the similarities and differences (e.g., family members, clothes, food, style of homes, jobs, celebrations) among families around the world