North Dakota Content and Achievement Standards for Social Studies — Grade 1


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1.1.1

Identify basic components of maps and globes (i.e., cardinal directions, map key, symbols)

1.1.2

Identify current event sources (e.g., news publications, Internet, radio, TV)

1.2.1

Compare past and present family life (e.g., housing, transportation, technology) over time

1.2.2

Define chronological terms for broad categories of historical time (i.e., long ago, yesterday, today, tomorrow)

1.2.3

Identify the people and events honored in United States holidays (e.g., Thanksgiving, Independence Day, Veterans Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Columbus Day, Labor Day)

1.2.4

Describe the interaction (e.g., survival, First Thanksgiving) of Native Americans with the Pilgrims

1.3.1

Differentiate between wants and needs

1.3.2

Describe ways (e.g., money, bartering) wants and needs are met

1.4.1

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

1.4.2

Explain the purpose for rules in home, school, and community

1.5.1

Identify Earths geographical landforms (e.g., islands, mountains, plains, hills, bodies of water)

1.6.1

Identify the similarities and differences (e.g., family members, clothes, food, style of homes, jobs, celebrations) among families around the world