Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Elementary Social Studies


Second grade social studies

A. Geography

1 Read a letter-number grid

2 Use a letter-number grid

3 Read a map: cardinal directions

4 Identify oceans and continents

5 Select oceans and continents

6 Name oceans and continents

7 Major U.S. cities

8 Identify urban, suburban, and rural areas

9 Compare urban, suburban, and rural areas


B. Historical figures

1 Benjamin Franklin

2 Paul Revere

3 Thomas Jefferson

4 Davy Crockett

5 John Deere

6 Abraham Lincoln

7 Frederick Douglass

8 Susan B. Anthony

9 Harriet Tubman

10 Sitting Bull

11 Thomas Edison

12 Theodore Roosevelt

13 George Washington Carver

14 Amelia Earhart

15 Thurgood Marshall

16 Rosa Parks

17 Jackie Robinson

18 Cesar Chavez

19 Martin Luther King, Jr.

20 Neil Armstrong

21 Bill Gates 


C. Government

1 Purpose of government

2 Local government

3 State government

4 Federal government


D. American symbols, landmarks, and monuments

1 Identify American symbols, landmarks, and monuments

2 The American flag

3 The White House

4 The Washington Monument

5 The Lincoln Memorial

6 The Statue of Liberty

7 The Empire State Building

8 The Golden Gate Bridge

9 Mount Rushmore 


E. Cultural celebrations

1 Día de los Muertos

2 Thanksgiving

3 Hanukkah

4 Rosh Hashanah

5 Kwanzaa

6 Christmas

7 Easter

8 Lunar New Year

9 Ramadan

10 Holi


F. Economics

1 Natural resources

2 Goods and services

3 Producers and consumers


Third grade social studies

A. Geography

1 Read a letter-number grid

2 Use a letter-number grid

3 Read a map: cardinal directions

4 Identify oceans and continents

5 Select oceans and continents

6 Name oceans and continents

7 Major U.S. cities

8 Identify urban, suburban, and rural areas

9 Compare urban, suburban, and rural areas


B. States

1 Identify states of the West

2 Select states of the West

3 Name states of the West

4 Identify states of the Midwest

5 Select states of the Midwest

6 Name states of the Midwest

7 Identify states of the Southeast

8 Select states of the Southeast

9 Name states of the Southeast

10 Identify states of the Northeast

11 Select states of the Northeast

12 Name states of the Northeast

13 Identify the 50 states

14 Select the 50 states

15 Name the 50 states


C. State capitals

1 Identify state capitals of the West

2 Name state capitals of the West

3 Identify state capitals of the Midwest

4 Name state capitals of the Midwest

5 Identify state capitals of the Southeast

6 Name state capitals of the Southeast

7 Identify state capitals of the Northeast

8 Name state capitals of the Northeast

9 Identify the 50 state capitals

10 Name the 50 state capitals 


D. Historical figures

1 Benjamin Franklin

2 Paul Revere

3 Thomas Jefferson

4 Davy Crockett

5 John Deere

6 Abraham Lincoln

7 Frederick Douglass

8 Susan B. Anthony

9 Harriet Tubman

10 Sitting Bull

11 Thomas Edison

12 Theodore Roosevelt

13 George Washington Carver

14 Amelia Earhart

15 Thurgood Marshall

16 Rosa Parks

17 Jackie Robinson

18 Cesar Chavez

19 Martin Luther King, Jr.

20 Neil Armstrong

21 Bill Gates


E. Government

1 Purpose of government

2 Local government

3 State government

4 Federal government

5 The Constitution

6 The Bill of Rights

7 Checks and balances

8 Presidential elections


F. American symbols, landmarks, and monuments

1 Identify American symbols

2 Identify American landmarks and monuments: part I

3 Identify American landmarks and monuments: part II

4 The American flag

5 The White House

6 The Washington Monument

7 The Lincoln Memorial

8 The Statue of Liberty

9 The Empire State Building

10 The Golden Gate Bridge

11 Mount Rushmore 


G. Cultural celebrations

1 Día de los Muertos

2 Thanksgiving

3 Hanukkah

4 Rosh Hashanah

5 Kwanzaa

6 Christmas

7 Easter

8 Lunar New Year

9 Ramadan

10 Holi


H. Basic economic principles

1 What is economics?

2 Natural resources

3 Goods and services

4 Producers and consumers


I. Supply and demand

1 Understand quantity supplied and quantity demanded

2 Understand overall supply and demand

3 Create and use supply and demand curves

4 Identify shortage and surplus

5 Identify shortage and surplus with graphs

6 Identify shortage and surplus with data


J. Social studies skills

1 Identify facts and opinions


Fourth grade social studies

A. English colonies in North America

1 Jamestown: the early years

2 Jamestown: growth of a colony

3 Plymouth

4 New England colonies: religion and government

5 New England colonies: economy and conflict

6 Middle colonies: founding and government

7 Middle colonies: economy and society

8 Southern colonies: founding and government

9 Southern colonies: economy and slavery

10 Identify the Thirteen Colonies

11 Select the Thirteen Colonies

12 Name the Thirteen Colonies


B. The American Revolution

1 The American Revolution: the Thirteen Colonies under British rule

2 The American Revolution: New British taxes

3 The American Revolution: the Boston Tea Party

4 The American Revolution: the rebellion begins

5 The American Revolution: preparing for war

6 The American Revolution: struggle for independence

7 The American Revolution: turning the tide of the war

8 The American Revolution: conclusion and aftermath


C. Early 19th century American history

1 The Louisiana Purchase

2 The Lewis and Clark Expedition

3 The War of 1812: causes

4 The War of 1812: events and effects

5 Antebellum Period: economies of the North and South

6 Antebellum Period: abolitionist and proslavery perspectives

7 Antebellum Period: slavery and politics part I

8 Antebellum Period: slavery and politics part II


D. The Civil War and Reconstruction

1 The Civil War: the beginning of the war

2 The Civil War: the First Battle of Bull Run to Gettysburg

3 The Civil War: war tactics and the home front

4 The Civil War: the end of the war

5 Reconstruction 


E. 20th century American history

1 World War I: the road to war

2 World War I: the war begins

3 World War I: events of the war

4 World War I: the road to peace

5 The Great Depression: part I

6 The Great Depression: part II

7 The New Deal

8 World War II: lead-up to war in Europe, Asia

9 World War II: global events


F. Maps

1 Read a map: cardinal directions

2 Identify lines of latitude and longitude

3 Use lines of latitude and longitude


G. Oceans and continents

1 Identify oceans and continents

2 Select oceans and continents

3 Name oceans and continents


H. States

1 Identify states of the West

2 Select states of the West

3 Name states of the West

4 Identify states of the Midwest

5 Select states of the Midwest

6 Name states of the Midwest

7 Identify states of the Southeast

8 Select states of the Southeast

9 Name states of the Southeast

10 Identify states of the Northeast

11 Select states of the Northeast

12 Name states of the Northeast

13 Identify the 50 states

14 Select the 50 states

15 Name the 50 states


I. State capitals

1 Identify state capitals of the West

2 Name state capitals of the West

3 Identify state capitals of the Midwest

4 Name state capitals of the Midwest

5 Identify state capitals of the Southeast

6 Name state capitals of the Southeast

7 Identify state capitals of the Northeast

8 Name state capitals of the Northeast

9 Identify the 50 state capitals

10 Name the 50 state capitals 


J. Cities

1 Cities of the West

2 Cities of the Midwest

3 Cities of the Southeast

4 Cities of the Northeast

5 Major U.S. cities


K. Government

1 Local government

2 State government

3 Federal government

4 The Constitution

5 The Bill of Rights

6 Checks and balances

7 Presidential elections


L. American symbols, landmarks, and monuments

1 Identify American symbols

2 Identify American landmarks and monuments: part I

3 Identify American landmarks and monuments: part II

4 The American flag

5 The White House

6 The Washington Monument

7 The Lincoln Memorial

8 The Statue of Liberty

9 The Empire State Building

10 The Golden Gate Bridge

11 Mount Rushmore


M. American national holidays

1 Thanksgiving


N. Basic economic principles

1 What is economics?

2 Costs and benefits

3 Opportunity cost


O. Banking and finance

1 Banks


P. Supply and demand

1 Understand quantity supplied and quantity demanded

2 Understand overall supply and demand

3 Create and use supply and demand curves

4 Identify shortage and surplus

5 Identify shortage and surplus with graphs

6 Identify shortage and surplus with data


Q. Social studies skills

1 Identify facts and opinions

2 Reading and creating timelines with BCE and CE


Fifth grade social studies

A. Maps

1 Read a map: cardinal directions

2 Identify lines of latitude and longitude

3 Use lines of latitude and longitude


B. Oceans and continents

1 Identify oceans and continents

2 Select oceans and continents

3 Name oceans and continents


C. States

1 Identify states of the West

2 Select states of the West

3 Name states of the West

4 Identify states of the Midwest

5 Select states of the Midwest

6 Name states of the Midwest

7 Identify states of the Southeast

8 Select states of the Southeast

9 Name states of the Southeast

10 Identify states of the Northeast

11 Select states of the Northeast

12 Name states of the Northeast

13 Identify the 50 states

14 Select the 50 states

15 Name the 50 states


D. State capitals

1 Identify state capitals of the West

2 Name state capitals of the West

3 Identify state capitals of the Midwest

4 Name state capitals of the Midwest

5 Identify state capitals of the Southeast

6 Name state capitals of the Southeast

7 Identify state capitals of the Northeast

8 Name state capitals of the Northeast

9 Identify the 50 state capitals

10 Name the 50 state capitals


E. Cities

1 Cities of the West

2 Cities of the Midwest

3 Cities of the Southeast

4 Cities of the Northeast

5 Major U.S. cities


F. English colonies in North America

1 Jamestown: the early years

2 Jamestown: growth of a colony

3 Plymouth

4 New England colonies: religion and government

5 New England colonies: economy and conflict

6 Middle colonies: founding and government

7 Middle colonies: economy and society

8 Southern colonies: founding and government

9 Southern colonies: economy and slavery

10 Identify the Thirteen Colonies

11 Select the Thirteen Colonies

12 Name the Thirteen Colonies 


G. The American Revolution

1 The American Revolution: the Thirteen Colonies under British rule

2 The American Revolution: New British taxes

3 The American Revolution: the Boston Tea Party

4 The American Revolution: the rebellion begins

5 The American Revolution: preparing for war

6 The American Revolution: struggle for independence

7 The American Revolution: turning the tide of the war

8 The American Revolution: conclusion and aftermath


H. Early 19th century American history

1 The Louisiana Purchase

2 The Lewis and Clark Expedition

3 The War of 1812: causes

4 The War of 1812: events and effects

5 Antebellum Period: economies of the North and South

6 Antebellum Period: abolitionist and proslavery perspectives

7 Antebellum Period: slavery and politics part I

8 Antebellum Period: slavery and politics part II


I. The Civil War and Reconstruction

1 The Civil War: the beginning of the war

2 The Civil War: the First Battle of Bull Run to Gettysburg

3 The Civil War: war tactics and the home front

4 The Civil War: the end of the war

5 Reconstruction


J. 20th century American history

1 World War I: the road to war

2 World War I: the war begins

3 World War I: events of the war

4 World War I: the road to peace

5 The Great Depression: part I

6 The Great Depression: part II

7 The New Deal

8 World War II: lead-up to war in Europe, Asia

9 World War II: global events 


K. Government

1 Local government

2 State government

3 Federal government

4 The Constitution

5 The Bill of Rights

6 Checks and balances

7 Presidential elections


L. American symbols, landmarks, and monuments

1 Identify American symbols

2 Identify American landmarks and monuments: part I

3 Identify American landmarks and monuments: part II

4 The American flag

5 The White House

6 The Washington Monument

7 The Lincoln Memorial

8 The Statue of Liberty

9 The Empire State Building

10 The Golden Gate Bridge

11 Mount Rushmore


M. American national holidays

1 Thanksgiving


N. Basic economic principles

1 What is economics?

2 Costs and benefits

3 Opportunity cost


O. Banking and finance

1 Banks


P. Supply and demand

1 Understand quantity supplied and quantity demanded

2 Understand overall supply and demand

3 Create and use supply and demand curves

4 Identify shortage and surplus

5 Identify shortage and surplus with graphs

6 Identify shortage and surplus with data


Q. Social studies skills

1 Identify facts and opinions

2 Reading and creating timelines with BCE and CE

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