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Skills available for New Mexico kindergarten social studies standards

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I Inquiry

  • 23 Construct Compelling and Supporting Questions

    • K.1 With prompting and support, recognize a compelling (big idea) question.

    • K.2 With prompting and support, identify the relationship between compelling (big idea) and supporting questions.

  • 26 Communicate and Critique Conclusions

    • K.3 With prompting and support, construct responses to compelling questions using examples.

  • 27 Take Informed Action

    • K.4 Take group or individual action to help address local, regional, or global problems or issues.

    • K.5 Participate in deliberative and democratic procedures to make decisions about and act on civic problems or issues in their classrooms.

Theme 1 Roles and Responsibilities

  • Civics

    • 2 Processes, Rules, and Laws

    • 4 Roles and Responsibilities of a Civic Life

      • K.8 Identify the consequences of following and not following rules.

      • K.9 Identify authority figures and describe their roles.

Theme 2 Myself and My Community

Theme 3 Needs and Wants

Theme 4 Spaces and Places

Theme 5 Social Identity

  • Ethnic, Cultural, and Identity Studies

    • 20 Diversity and Identity

      • K.22 Communicate a positive view of themselves and identify some of their group identities.

      • K.23 Describe ways they are similar and different from people who share their identities and people who do not.

      • K.24 Explore their personal history, culture, and past.

      • K.25 With support, learn about current contributions of people in their main identity groups.

Theme 6 Personal Financial Literacy