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Skills available for New Hampshire kindergarten social studies standards

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CV Civics and Governments

  • SS:CV:1 The Nature and Purpose of Government

  • SS:CV:2 Structure and Function of United States and New Hampshire Government

    • SS:CV:2:2.1 Explain how public officials are chosen.

  • SS:CV:3 The World and the United States' Place In It

    • SS:CV:2:3.1 Explain that the world is divided into different countries.

    • SS:CV:2:3.2 Describe ways in which countries interact with each other culturally.

    • SS:CV:2:3.3 Describe why it is important for countries to work together to resolve issues, e.g., disaster relief or famine.

  • SS:CV:4 Rights and Responsibilities

EC Economics

  • SS:EC:1 Economics and the Individual

  • SS:EC:2 Basic Economic Concepts

  • SS:EC:4 Financial Institutions and the Government

    • SS:EC:2:4.1 Identify the characteristics of money.

    • SS:EC:2:4.2 Describe basic services banks or other financial institutions provide to consumers, savers, borrowers, and businesses.

  • SS:EC:5 International Economics and Trade

GE Geography

  • SS:GE:1 The World in Spatial Terms

  • SS:GE:2 Places and Regions

    • SS:GE:2:2.1 Explore the physical and human characteristics of place, e.g., roads, schools or mountains.

    • SS:GE:2:2.2 Recognize that areas of the Earth's surface share unifying geographic characteristics, e.g., towns, deserts or woodlands.

    • SS:GE:2:2.3 Observe the ways in which different people perceive places, e.g., personal drawings or book illustrations.

  • SS:GE:3 Physical Systems

    • SS:GE:2:3.1 Investigate how the Earth-Sun relationship affects our daily lives, e.g., seasons in New Hampshire or sunlight and shadows.

    • SS:GE:2:3.2 Explore the components and distribution of ecosystems, e.g., desert or rain forest.

  • SS:GE:4 Human Systems

  • SS:GE:5 Environment and Society

    • SS:GE:2:5.1 Recognize the role of natural resources in daily life, e.g., food, clothing, or shelter.

    • SS:GE:2:5.2 Investigate how people use resources, e.g., building homes or the food they eat.

HI New Hampshire and United States History

  • SS:HI:1 Political Foundations and Development

  • SS:HI:2 Contacts, Exchanges & International Relations

    • SS:HI:2:2.1 Recognize that the world is interconnected, e.g., trade or transportation.

  • SS:HI:3 World Views and Value systems and their Intellectual and Artistic Expressions

    • SS:HI:2:3.1 Identify individuals and/or groups who have profoundly affected life in the United States, e.g., Abraham Lincoln, or Pilgrims.

    • SS:HI:2:3.2 Explore art, music and literature of various time periods, e.g., spirituals or Native American Art.

    • SS:HI:2:3.3 Recognize that groups have enhanced art, music and literature of our nation, e.g., African American or Irish.

  • SS:HI:4 Economic Systems & Technology

    • SS:HI:2:4.1 Identify different segments of the United States economy, e.g., farm, manufacturing, or retail.

  • SS:HI:5 Social/Cultural

WH World History and Contemporary Issues

  • SS:WH:1 Political Foundations and Developments

    • SS:WH:2:1.1 Recognize that people of different countries have different social and political systems.

  • SS:WH:3 World Views and Value systems and their Intellectual and Artistic Expressions

    • SS:WH:2:3.1 Explore ways that societies around the world express themselves artistically, e.g., songs, dance or clothing.

  • SS:WH:5 Social/Cultural

    • SS:WH:2:5.1 Identify the concepts of values and beliefs.