Hawaii Learning Standards for Social Studies — Grade 1


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SS.1.1.1

Distinguish temporal structures (i.e., beginning, middle, and end) in stories and historical narratives

SS.1.2.1

Use a variety of primary sources (e.g., artifacts, letters, photographs) to gain an understanding of historical events

SS.1.3.1

Compare own life with those of children in history

SS.1.3.2

Describe the lives of people who significantly impacted American history

SS.1.4.1

Explain the purpose of rules

SS.1.4.2

Explain the difference between authority and power

SS.1.4.3

Explain historical symbols of American nationalism

SS.1.4.4

Explain shared democratic values, including equality, common good, and individual rights

SS.1.5.1

Identify rights and responsibilities of community leaders

SS.1.6.1

Describe ways in which own and other cultures express cultural beliefs and practices through stories and/or legends

SS.1.7.1

Construct and use simple maps to represent physical and human characteristics of a community

SS.1.8.1

Compare needs and wants

SS.1.8.2

Explain how people trade or use money to obtain goods and services

SS.1.8.3

Define various goods (things that people need or want) and services (jobs people perform that satisfy peoples needs or wants)