Washington State K-12 Social Studies Learning Standards — Grade K


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K.1.1.1

Understands the key ideals of justice and fairness within the context of the classroom community.

K.1.1.2

Applies the ideals of justice and fairness when making choices or decisions in the classroom or on the playground.

K.1.2.1

Remembers the people who make and carry out rules in the classroom and school.

K.1.2.2

Understands the purpose of rules in the classroom and school.

K.1.3.1

This component is addressed in grades 6 12.

K.1.4.1

This component is addressed in grades 2, 4-8, and 11-12

K.2.1.1

This component is addressed in grades 1, 2 and 4 - 12.

K.2.2.1

This component is addressed in grades 2 - 12.

K.2.3.1

This component is addressed in grades 5 12.

K.2.4.1

This component is addressed in grades 4, and 6 12.

K.3.1.1

This component is addressed in grades 1 12.

K.3.2.1

This component is addressed in grades 1 12.

K.3.3.1

This component is addressed in grades 3, 4, 6, and 8 12.

K.4.1.1

Understands and creates timelines to show personal events in a sequential manner.

K.4.2.1

This component is addressed in grades 2 12.

K.4.3.1

This component is addressed in grades 4 12.

K.4.4.1

This component is addressed in grades 1, and 4 12.

K.5.1.1

Understands ones point of view.

K.5.1.2

Evaluates the fairness of ones point of view.

K.5.2.1

Understands how to ask questions about the classroom and school community.

K.5.3.1

States own viewpoints and listens to viewpoints of others.

K.5.4.1

Retells and explains personal history.