U.S. History

  • Place important historical events in the order in which they occurred.

  • Compare features of modern-day living to those of the past.

  • Describe ways historical figures contributed to modern-day life.

  • Compare ways different cultures shared traditions

World History

  • Compare holidays celebrated in different countries.


  • Construct a simple aerial view map of the classroom using a map key/legend and at least five symbols.

  • Use simple map reading skills to identify the map title, label four directions on a compass rose, and interpret the symbols of a map key/legend.


  • Explain the difference between rules and laws.

  • Identify why laws are needed in a community and why there are legal consequences for lawbreakers.

  • Explain the basic political roles of leaders in the larger community.

  • Describe the meaning of majority rule and its related function in a democracy.


  • Identify the differences between natural resources and human resources and how they are used.

  • Explain the importance of making informed decisions about spending, borrowing, and saving.

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