1 Use a calendar to identify days, weeks, months, years, and seasons.
2 Use correctly words and phrases related to time (now, in the past, in the future) changing historical periods (other times, other places), and causation (because, reasons).
3 Explain the information that historical timelines convey and then put in chronological order events in the student's life (e.g., the year he or she was born, started school, or moved to a new neighborhood) or in the history of countries studied.
4 Describe how maps and globes depict geographical information in different ways.
6 Define and give examples of some of the rights and responsibilities that students as citizens have in the school (e.g., students have the right to vote in a class election and have the responsibility to follow school rules).
7 Give examples of fictional characters or real people in the school or community who were good leaders and good citizens, and explain the qualities that made them admirable (e.g., honesty, dependability, modesty, trustworthiness, courage).