Arkansas Social Studies Learning Standards — Grade 1


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C.1.1.2

Discuss roles of people who hold positions of authority D2.Civ.1.K-2

C.1.1.3

Discuss the functions of a government D2.Civ.5.K-2

C.2.1.1

Describe state and national symbols and patriotic songs D1.3.K-2

C.2.1.2

Discuss the procedures for recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance and proper etiquette for the Arkansas and American Flags D2.Civ.7.K-2

C.2.1.3

Demonstrate ways of being a good citizen in multiple settings D2.Civ.8.K-2

C.2.1.4

Use listening, consensus-building, and voting procedures in the classroom D2.Civ.9.K-2

C.3.1.1

Explain why rules, laws, and consequences are needed D2.Civ.12.K-2 D4.2.K-2

C.3.1.2

Describe ways people improve communities D2.Civ.12.K-2

C.3.1.3

Describe ways classrooms and schools work to accomplish common tasks and establish responsibilities D2.Civ.6.K-2

E.4.1.1

Explain ways scarcity necessitates decision making D2.Eco.1.K-2

E.4.1.2

Identify benefits and costs of making a decision D2.Eco.2.K-2

E.5.1.1

Explain ways human resources earn income D2.Eco.3, 6.K-2 D4.2.K-2

E.5.1.2

Categorize human, natural, and capital resources used in the production of goods and services D2.Eco.3, 4.K-2

E.5.1.3

Recognize markets exist wherever buyers and sellers exchange goods and services D2.Eco.5.K-2

E.6.1.1

Classify exchanges as monetary or barter D2.Eco.5.K-2

E.6.1.2

Identify places people save money (e.g., piggy banks, wallets, banks) D2.Eco.9.K-2

E.6.1.3

Identify examples of goods and services that governments provide D2.Eco.12.K-2

E.7.1.1

Identify goods and services that are traded D2.Eco.14.K-2

E.7.1.2

Identify goods that are both imported to and exported from Arkansas and the United States D2.Eco.15.K-2

G.10.1.1

Explain ways people use natural resources in the community in which they choose to settle D2.Geo.8.K-2

G.10.1.2

Discuss reasons and ways that people, goods, and ideas move from place to place D2.Geo.7.K-2

G.11.1.1

Discuss how the consumption of products connects the local community to distant places D2.Geo.11.K-2

G.11.1.2

Identify ways to help people who are going through natural and human-made disasters D2.Geo.12.K-2

G.8.1.1

Use map keys, legends, symbols, compass rose, and directional words to show a relationship between places

G.8.1.2

Use maps, globes, and photographs to describe the physical and human characteristics of a familiar place

G.8.1.3

Construct and label maps of familiar places D2. Geo.1.K-2

G.9.1.1

Explain positive and negative effects humans have on the environment (e.g., litter, pollution, planting trees, recycling) D2.Geo.5.K-2

G.9.1.2

Discuss how cultural characteristics create diversity in a community, place, or region

G.9.1.3

Describe ways weather, climate, and other environmental characteristics affect daily life

H.12.1.1

Explain ways family and school have changed using chronological terms (e.g., yesterday/past, today/present, tomorrow/future) D2.His.1.K-2

H.12.1.2

Create timelines to sequence family or school events using chronological terms (e.g., first, next, last, before, after, now, long ago) D2.His.1.K-2

H.12.1.3

Compare present day families, objects, and events with those in the past using visual representations, news stories, and artifacts (e.g. daily life tasks, food, clothing, transportation, communication, recreation) D2.His.2.K-2

H.12.1.4

Retell stories of historical events, American legends, and people who played a role in history D2.His.3.K-2

H.12.1.5

Explain the significance of national holidays and the achievement of people associated with them

H.13.1.1

Compare different accounts of the same historical event D2.His.6.K-2

H.13.1.3

Draw conclusions about family or school life in the past using historical records and artifacts (e.g., photos, diaries, oral history) D2.His.10.K-2

H.13.1.4

Identify aspects of a source that establish time, place and credibility D2.His.11.K-2

H.13.1.5

Formulate questions that relate to a family member, family event, or family tradition D1.2.K-2 D2.His.12.K-2

H.13.1.6

Identify changes in the classroom/school in terms of cause and effect D2.His.14.K-2