Nevada State Standards for Social Studies — Grade 1


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C13.1.1

Identify and follow classroom and school rules that guide behavior and resolve conflicts.

C13.1.2

Identify an individuals rights within the classroom.

C13.1.3

Participate in class decisionmaking, i.e., individual responsibilities in the classroom and school.

C13.1.4

Recognize the Pledge of Allegiance

C13.1.5

Name a traditional U.S. patriotic activity, holiday, or symbol.

C14.1.1

Name the current President of the United States.

C15.1.1

Identify sources of information

E10.1.1

Explain what money is and how it is used.

E11.1.1

Identify resources that are shared in the classroom and the community

E9.1.1

Give examples of all-or-nothing choices, such as choosing to have music on or off.

E9.1.2

Identify a consumer.

E9.1.3

Identify a producer.

E9.1.4

Give examples of ways people earn money.

G5.1.1

Differentiate between and identify water and land on a map and globe and use the terms ocean and continent.

G5.1.2

Describe maps as representations of places.

G5.1.3

Recognize the shape of North America on a world map.

G5.1.4

Use simple maps to illustrate direction

G5.1.5

Visually display geographic information using simple lists, graphs, and maps.

G6.1.1

Sort and group pictures displaying geographic features, e.g. forests, deserts, lake regions.

G6.1.2

Identify similarities and differences between people in the community

G6.1.3

Identify patterns of change within the community, i.e., construction.

G6.1.4

Recall home address and phone number.

G7.1.1

Use the classroom population to categorize simple demographic information

G7.1.2

Explain that some people live in locations other than where they were born.

G7.1.3

Identify characteristics of rural and urban communities.

G8.1.1

Tell how the physical environment affects activity at school, i.e., inside/outside recess.

H1.1.1

Describe local life long ago, including jobs, school, communication, transportation, and recreation.

H1.1.2

Listen to stories that reflect the beliefs, customs, ceremonies, and traditions of the varied cultures in the neighborhood.

H1.1.3

Listen to histories of important local landmarks that create a sense of community among citizens.

H1.1.4

Listen to stories that reflect the beliefs, customs, ceremonies, traditions, and social practices of cultures around the world.

H1.1.5

Identify landmarks around the world.

H2.1.1

Identify ways that sharing can resolve problems in the classroom and school.

H3.1.1

Describe the neighborhood around their school.

H3.1.2

Compare and/or contrast their daily lives with those of their parents or guardians.

H3.1.3

Identify and describe occupations in the community that help people, i.e., police officers, fire fighters, and nurses.

H3.1.4

Demonstrate respect for each other and people in the neighborhood.

H3.1.5

Discuss events that are happening at the school.