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Skills available for Washington kindergarten social studies standards

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SSS Social Studies Skills

  • SSS1.K Uses critical reasoning skills to analyze and evaluate claims.

  • SSS2.K Uses inquiry-based research.

    • SSS2.K.1 Demonstrate how to ask questions about the classroom and school community.

  • SSS3.K Deliberates public issues.

    • SSS3.K.1 Share their own viewpoints and give respectful attention to the viewpoints of others.

  • SSS4.K Creates a product that uses social studies content to support a claim and presents the product in a manner that meaningfully communicates with a key audience.

    • SSS4.K.1 Use a graphic organizer to explain the beginning, middle, and end of a story.

C Civics

  • C1.K Understands key ideals and principles of the United States, including those in the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and other foundational documents.

  • C2.K Understands the purposes, organization, and function of governments, laws, and political systems.

  • C3.K Understands the purposes and organization of tribal and international relationships and U.S. foreign policy.

    • C3.K.1 Identify names and locations of tribal nations and bands in your area.

    • C3.K.2 Identify key technologies and natural resources tribal nations and bands in their area valued prior to contact with Europeans and Americans.

    • C3.K.3 Understand key values, relationships, and characteristics tribes in their area had prior to contact with Europeans and Americans.

  • C4.K Understands civic involvement.

    • C4.K.1 Be a contributing member of the classroom and school community.

    • C4.K.2 Demonstrate that good citizenship is to follow the established rules of a classroom and school community.

    • C4.K.3 Explain, give examples, and demonstrate ways to show good citizenship in the classroom and school community.

E Economics

G Geography

H History