U.S. History

  • Identify examples of legendary and/or historical American figures.

  • Identify local and national celebrations


  • Use map colors to recognize land and water.

  • Compare the globe and a map as models of the Earth.

  • Demonstrate familiarity with the layout of their own school.


  • Identify patriotic symbols and participate in activities.

  • Recognize the important actions required in demonstrating citizenship.

  • Name the attributes of a good citizen.


  • Identify occupations with simple descriptions of work.

  • Identify the difference between basic needs (food, clothing, and shelter) and wants (luxuries).

  • Describe the role of money in everyday life.

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