Type:

Lesson Plan, Other

Description:

Students will look at a picture that Norman Rockwell painted about a Curiosity Shop. A little girl looks like she is about to purchase a doll. Her purse on her arm indicates that she might exchange money for the doll. This lesson teaches that trading goods and services with people for other goods and services or for money is called exchange.

Subjects:

  • Social Studies > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2
  • K

Keywords:

K to 2 | Lesson

Language:

English

Access Privileges:

Public - Available to anyone

License Deed:

Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial

Collections:

None
Update Standards?

1.4.1: Standards for the 21st-Century Learner

Monitor own information-seeking processes for effectiveness and progress, and adapt as necessary.

1.4.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Create a short improvised dance with a beginning, middle, and end that expresses feelings and ideas inspired by music, songs, drawings, paintings, sculpture, or a play.

1.4.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Interpret rhythmic and tonal patterns and tempo and dynamic symbols.

1.4.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Apply the theatrical concept of beginning, middle, and end to other content areas.

1.4.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Discuss the subject of works of art created in the classroom, focusing on selected elements of art (e.g., shape, form, texture, line, color), and using appropriate art vocabulary.

1.4.1: District of Columbia Health Education Standards

Describe how families show love for each other and how changes in a family (e.g., births, divorce, employment changes, illnesses, deaths) may make its members feel happy or sad.

1.4.1: District of Columbia Physical Education Standards

Explain the fuel requirements of the body during physical activity and inactivity.

1.4.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Science

Use all senses as appropriate to sort objects as being composed of materials that are naturally occurring, human made or a combination of the two.

1.4.1: Indiana Physical Education Standards

Demonstrate how increasing the intensity of an activity will increase the heart rate.

1.4.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Health & Wellness

Describe healthy ways to express needs, wants and feelings.

1.4.1: Indiana's Academic Standards Social Studies

Identify goods that people use.

1.4.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Visual Art

Identify artwork made from the philosophy that art is at its best when it shows us the real world (imitationalism).

1.4.1: Indiana's Academic Standards Music

Independently create and perform short rhythmic and melodic patterns with teacher guidance using the voice, body percussion, found items, or classroom instruments.

1.4.1: Indiana's Academic Standards English/Language Arts

Discuss ideas and select a focus for group stories or other writing.

1.4.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Dance

Share personal feelings from participation in creative movement activities.

1.4.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Theatre

Make use of age-appropriate theatre vocabulary to critique what they see, hear, and understand.

1.4.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Visual Arts

Listen to a critic, artist, or historian talk about art.

1.4.1: Louisiana PreK-Grade 12 Social Studies

Develop a list of rules for the classroom and describe their benefits/consequences

1.4.1: Maryland Science Core Learning Goals

The student will organize data appropriately using techniques such as tables, graphs, and webs (for graphs: axes labeled with appropriate quantities, appropriate units on axes, axes labeled with appropriate intervals, independent and dependent variables on correct axes, appropriate title).

1.4.1: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

Public Policy and the Market – Analyze the impact of a change in public policy (such as an increase in the minimum wage, a new tax policy, or a change in interest rates) on consumers, producers, workers, savers, and investors.

1.4.1: North Dakota Health Content Standards

Describe healthy ways to share feelings and emotions (e.g., happy-laughing, happy-crying, happy-smiling, sad-quiet, sad-crying, sad mad)

1.4.1: North Dakota Physical Education Content Standards

Identify activities that develop flexibility (e.g., stretching toward the toes while in the sit-and reach position, moving joints through full range of motion)

1.4.1: North Dakota Social Studies Content Standards

Apply good citizenship (e.g., respect, cooperation, honesty, responsibility ) in the school environment

1.4.1: North Dakota Science Content Standards

Identify plants and animals that closely resemble their parents and one another
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