Hawaii Learning Standards for Social Studies — Grade 2


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SS.2.1.1

Construct timelines to sequence events

SS.2.2.1

Investigate the history of families using level-appropriate primary sources (e.g., artifacts, photographs, interviews, documents)

SS.2.3.1

Describe ways in which specific government agencies are responsible for environmental issues and concerns

SS.2.4.1

Describe the different ways people gain authority and the limits of such authority

SS.2.5.1

Demonstrate own roles and responsibilities in caring for others and the environment

SS.2.6.1

Describe ways in which own and other cultures express their cultural beliefs and practices through music and art

SS.2.7.1

Identify and explain the human (man-made) and physical (natural) characteristics of a neighborhood or the community

SS.2.7.2

Describe the purpose and features of maps and globes

SS.2.7.3

Describe a variety of the earths natural resources (e.g., water, forests, and oil) and ways in which people use them

SS.2.7.4

Analyze and demonstrate ways to protect and preserve the local environment

SS.2.8.1

Explain scarcity and its effects on daily life

SS.2.8.2

Categorize resources as natural, capital, or human

SS.2.8.3

Explain how people benefit from trade (the exchange ofgoods and services)

SS.2.8.4

Compare the roles of buyers and sellers and explain how they depend upon each other

SS.2.8.5

Explain the responsibility of the government to provide goods and services