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Kindergarten Social Studies standards
Transcript of Kindergarten Social Studies standards
SSKH1 The student will identify the
purpose of national holidays and describe
the people or events celebrated.
Symbols of America
By: Shelby Douglas
a. Labor Day
b. Columbus Day
c. Veterans Day
e. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
f. President's Day
g. Memorial Day
h. Flag Day
June 14th & i. Independence
Day July 4th
SSKH2 The student will identify important American symbols and explain their
b. The Bald Eagle
c. The Statue of Liberty
d. The Lincoln Memorial
f. The White House
e. The Washington Monument
SSKH3 The student will correctly use words and phrases related to chronology and
time to explain how things change.
c. Morning, Afternoon, Night
e. First, next, last
f. Day, week, month, year
g. Past, present, and future
SSKG1 The student will describe American culture by explaining diverse
community and family celebrations and customs.
SSKG2 The student will explain that a map is a drawing of a place and a globe is a
model of the Earth.
a. Differentiate land and water features on simple maps and globes.
b. Explain that maps and globes show a view from above.
SSKG3 The student will state the street address, city, county, state, nation, and
continent in which he or she lives.
SSKCG1 The student will demonstrate an understanding of good citizenship
a. Explain how rules are made and why.
b. Explain why rules should be followed.
SSKCG2 The student will retell stories that illustrate positive character traits and
will explain how the people in the stories show the qualities of honesty, patriotism,
loyalty, courtesy, respect, truth, pride, self-control, moderation, and
SSKE1 The student will describe the work that people do (police officer, fire fighter,
soldier, mail carrier, baker, farmer, doctor, and teacher).
SSKE2 The student will explain that people earn income by exchanging their
human resources (physical or mental work) for wages or salaries.
SSKE3 The student will explain how money is used to purchase goods and services.
a. Distinguish goods from services
SSKE4 The student will explain that people must make choices because they cannot
have everything they want.