SOC.K.K.6.1: History-Social Science
Identify the purposes of, and the people and events honored in, commemorative holidays, including the human struggles that were the basis for the events (e.g., Thanksgiving, Independence Day, Washington's and Lincoln's Birthdays, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day).
SOC.K.K.6.2: History-Social Science
Know the triumphs in American legends and historical accounts through the stories of such people as Pocahontas, George Washington, Booker T. Washington, Daniel Boone, and Benjamin Franklin.
SOC.K.K.6.3: History-Social Science
Understand how people lived in earlier times and how their lives would be different today (e.g., getting water from a well, growing food, making clothing, having fun, forming organizations, living by rules and laws).
SOC.18.104.22.168: History-Social Science
Understand the significance of our national holidays and the heroism and achievements of the people associated with them.
SOC.22.214.171.124: History-Social Science
Examine the structure of schools and communities in the past.
SOC.126.96.36.199: History-Social Science
Study transportation methods of earlier days.
SOC.188.8.131.52: History-Social Science
Recognize similarities and differences of earlier generations in such areas as work (inside and outside the home), dress, manners, stories, games, and festivals, drawing from biographies, oral histories, and folklore.
SOC.184.108.40.206: History-Social Science
Recognize the ways in which they are all part of the same community, sharing principles, goals, and traditions despite their varied ancestry; the forms of diversity in their school and community; and the benefits and challenges of a diverse population.
SOC.220.127.116.11: History-Social Science
Understand the ways in which American Indians and immigrants have helped define Californian and American culture.
SOC.18.104.22.168: History-Social Science
Compare the beliefs, customs, ceremonies, traditions, and social practices of the varied cultures, drawing from folklore.
SOC.2.2.5: History-Social Science
Students understand the importance of individual action and character and explain how heroes from long ago and the recent past have made a difference in others' lives (e.g., from biographies of Abraham Lincoln, Louis Pasteur, Sitting Bull, George Washington Carver, Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Golda Meir, Jackie Robinson, Sally Ride).
SS.A.1.1.1: Social Studies
compares everyday life in different places and times and understands that people, places, and things change over time.
SS.A.1.1.2: Social Studies
understands that history tells the story of people and events of other times and places.
SS.A.2.1.3: Social Studies
understands the significance and historical contributions of historical figures during this period (e.g., the journeys of famous explorers).
SS.A.4.1.1: Social Studies
knows significant individuals in United States history to 1880.
SS.A.4.1.2: Social Studies
knows people and events honored in commemorative holidays that originated prior to 1880.
SS.B.2.1.1: Social Studies
identifies some physical and human characteristics of places.
SS.B.2.1.2: Social Studies
knows how different communities have changed physically and demographically.
SOC.K.SS.K.A.2.1: Social Studies
Compare children and families of today with those in the past.
SOC.K.SS.K.A.2.2: Social Studies
Recognize the importance of celebrations and national holidays as a way of remembering and honoring people, events, and our nation's ethnic heritage.
SOC.K.SS.K.A.2.3: Social Studies
Compare our nation's holidays with holidays of other cultures.
SOC.K.SS.K.A.2.4: Social Studies
Listen to and retell stories about people in the past who have shown character ideals and principles including honesty, courage, and responsibility.
SOC.1.SS.1.A.2.1: Social Studies
Understand history tells the story of people and events of other times and places.
SOC.1.SS.1.A.2.2: Social Studies
Compare life now with life in the past.
SOC.1.SS.1.A.2.3: Social Studies
Identify celebrations and national holidays as a way of remembering and honoring the heroism and achievements of the people, events, and our nation's ethnic heritage.
SOC.1.SS.1.A.2.4: Social Studies
Identify people from the past who have shown character ideals and principles including honesty, courage, and responsibility.
SOC.2.SS.2.A.2.1: Social Studies
Recognize that Native Americans were the first inhabitants in North America.
SOC.2.SS.2.A.2.2: Social Studies
Compare the cultures of Native American tribes from various geographic regions of the United States.
SOC.2.SS.2.A.2.3: Social Studies
Describe the impact of immigrants on the Native Americans.