Mapping My World
I can describe places in my community, state and country.
I can identify landforms and patterns in the population, and explain why human populations are unevenly distributed around the world.
I can identify different types of boundaries on a world map and explain why they exist.
Maps - an Intro for Kids
United States Map Game
Latitude and Longatitude Game
My Community USA
I can describe how individual rights and democracy shape life in the United States.
I can describe the importance of services provided by the government.
I can explain how government services are funded by taxes and fees.
I can identify the three branches of government (executive, judicial and legislative) and explain their roles.
I can explain how the actions of the individuals or groups helped shape the world around them.
I can give examples of individual or groups that haove an impact on world history.
U.S. Presidential Election 2016/17 Explained
How to Become President of the United States
Kids Explain 3 Levels of Government
Branches of Government Poster
I can compare/contrast the daily lives of different people living in ancient times.
I can explain how ancient civilizations were influenced by the environment.
I can compare/contrast various ways that different cultures have expressed concepts of time and space.
I can examine historical records and artifacts to answer and explain basic questions about times and events in history, both ancient and more recent.
I can explain how inventions change people's lives.
I can create timelines to record important historical events.
Economics in our Community
I can identify possible costs and benefits of different choices.
I can describe what it takes to produce a specific good or service.
I can explain why there is a limited supply of goods and services.
I can explain how income helps people secure their needs and wants.
I can describe the role of consumers in the economy.
I can describe the role of producers in the economy.
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