E.2.08 Evaluate how imports and exports help to meet the needs of people in the U.S.
E.2.09 Explain why and how producers advertise to sell a product or service.
E.2.10 Describe the purpose of a budget.
G Geography: Students will examine the geography of the U.S. in relation to the world, continue to learn that maps communicate useful information, and explore how the availability of resources affects the way people live.
G.2.11 Compare how maps and globes depict geographical information in different ways.
G.2.12 Identify and locate the four hemispheres (i.e., Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western), equator, prime meridian, North and South Poles, and the seven continents.
G.2.16 Compare physical features of the earth, including:
G.2.17 Compare and contrast regions of the U.S. (i.e., Southeast, Northeast, Great Plains, Southwest, Rocky Mountain, and Pacific Northwest) in terms of climate, physical features, and population.
G.2.18 Analyze how the location of regions affects the way people live, including their: food, clothing, shelter, transportation, and recreation.
GC Government and Civics: Students will explore the concept of democracy by learning about rules, authority, and national symbols in order to develop an understanding of the role of citizens and the U.S. government.
GC.2.19 Recall the origins, meaning, and lyrics of the "Star Spangled Banner".
GC.2.20 Identify and examine the significance of well-known national symbols and landmarks, including: Mt. Rushmore, the White House, Statue of Liberty, and bald eagle.