Arkansas Social Studies Learning Standards — Grade K


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C.1.K.2

Describe the role of a school and its leaders D2.Civ.1.K2

C.2.K.1

Recognize state and national symbols and patriotic songs D.1.3.K-2

C.2.K.2

Identify 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.K.3

Discuss responsibilities of being a good citizen D2.Civ.8.K-2

C.2.K.4

Follow agreed upon rules for listening, consensus-building, and voting procedures in the classroom D2.Civ.9.K-2

C.3.K.1

Recognize the need for rules and consequences D2.Civ.12.K-2

C.3.K.2

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

C.3.K.3

Discuss the importance of problem solving related to classroom issues D2.Civ.6.K-2

E.4.K.1

Recognize that all people have unlimited wants and limited resources (e.g., scarcity) D2.Eco.1.K-2

E.4.K.2

Explain reasons behind a personal decision D2.Eco.2.K-2

E.5.K.1

Identify human, natural, and capital resources D2.Eco.3, 6.K-2

E.5.K.2

Discuss ways producers use human, natural, and capital resources in the production of goods and services D2.Eco.3, 4.K-2

E.5.K.3

Identify markets in the community D2.Eco.5.K-2

E.6.K.1

Recognize consumers use money as a medium of exchange to satisfy economic wants D2.Eco.5.K-2

E.6.K.2

Discuss reasons people save money D2.Eco.9.K-2

E.6.K.3

Discuss examples of public goods and services D2.Eco.12.K-2

E.7.K.1

Discuss why people trade goods and services D2.Eco.14.K-2

E.7.K.2

Identify where products used in daily life are produced D2.Eco.15.K-2

G.10.K.1

Discuss natural resources in the community which can be used to meet daily needs D2.Geo.8.K-2

G.10.K.2

Identify people and goods that move from place to place D2.Geo.7.K-2

G.11.K.1

Discuss connections to other people in places around the world (e.g., where products are made, celebrations, dance, art, food, toys) D2.Geo.11.K-2

G.11.K.2

Discuss the needs of people during natural and human-made disasters D2.Geo.12.K-2

G.8.K.1

Describe familiar places using words related to location, direction, and distance D2.Geo.2.K-2

G.8.K.2

Use maps, globes, and photographs to identify and describe the physical characteristics of familiar places D2.Geo.2.K-2

G.8.K.3

Explain map symbols, legends, and compass rose D2.Geo.1.K-2

G.9.K.1

Describe ways humans have a positive impact on the environment D2.Geo.5.K-2

G.9.K.2

Discuss cultural characteristics among families and in the community D2.Geo.6.K-2

G.9.K.3

Identify ways weather and climate impact daily life D2.Geo.4.K-2

H.12.K.1

Discuss changes over time using chronological terms (e.g., first, next, last, before, after, past, present, now, long ago) D2.His.1.K-2

H.12.K.2

Develop a personal timeline to sequence events of your own life D2.His.1.K-2

H.12.K.3

Compare a childs life of the present to that of the past using visual representations (e.g., growing food, rules and laws, making clothing, transportation, communication) D2.His.2.K-2

H.12.K.4

Recognize historic figures and other people that have made an impact on history

H.12.K.5

Identify the purpose of national holidays and describe the people or events celebrated (e.g., Thanksgiving, Veterans Day, Presidents Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)

H.13.K.1

Discuss a historical topic from different points of view D2.His.6.K-2

H.13.K.3

Describe ways people learn about the past (e.g., photos, artifacts, diaries, oral history, stories) D2.His.10.K-2

H.13.K.4

Compare the differences in sources written in the present or the past D2.His.11.K-2

H.13.K.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.K.6

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