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Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Unit 1 All Together Now Selection Title The Little School Bus K.1.1 Unit Question How do we live, work, and play together? Selection Question How do we get to school? Standards Addressed History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Geography Know the location of various places in the school (e.g., office, library, playground, cafeteria, bathrooms). Understands different transportation methods. Identity Identify feelings, senses, and physical characteristics of "me." Governance Understand the responsibilities of self. Economics Introduce concepts of needs and wants. Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Introduce cause and effect (such as making choices). Geography Know terms that describe relative location (i.e., near, far, up, down, left, right, behind, in front). Know the location of various places in the school (e.g., office, library, playground, cafeteria, bathrooms). Practice being careful observers of natural surroundings. Describe simple differences and similarities between ways people live in cities and in the country.

Fix-It Duck K.1.2

How do people help each other?

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Identity Identify feelings, senses, and physical characteristics of "me." Governance Understand the responsibilities of self. Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others. Introduce how people show concern, respect each other, behave responsibly in a group, and resolve differences peacefully. Economics Identify basic human needs. Introduce the concept of making choices. Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live. History Become familiar with calendar time. Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Introduce cause and effect (such as in making choices.) Geography Know terms that describe relative location (for example, near, far, up, down, left, right, behind, in front). Practice being careful observers of natural surroundings. Identity Identify feelings, senses, and physical characteristics of "me." Governance Understand the responsibilities of self. Introduce the concept of student rights and responsibilities.

Plaidipus Lost K.1.3

How do families cooperate?

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others. Economics Identify basic human needs. Social Science Analysis Introduce the concept of empathy. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Identity Identify family members. Governance Understand the responsibilities of self. Students will work independently and cooperatively to accomplish goals.

Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip K.1.4

How do people in a community cooperate?

Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others. Economics Recognize that people do different jobs to meet basic economic needs. Julius K.1.5 How do people and animals work and play together? Introduce concepts of needs and wants. Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Introduce cause and effect (such as in making choices.) Geography Describe simple differences and similarities between ways people live in

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

cities and in the country. Identity Identify feelings, senses, and physical characteristics of "me." Identify family members. Governance Understand the responsibilities of self. Introduce why laws/rules are made in families and schools.

Introduce the concept of student rights and responsibilities. Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others.

Introduce how people show concern, respect each other, behave responsibly in a group, and resolve differences peacefully. Economics Identify basic human needs. Social Science Analysis Introduce the concept of empathy. Geography Understand different transportation methods. Governance Students will work independently and cooperatively to accomplish goals. Economics Recognize that people do different jobs to meet basic economic needs.

Dig Dig Digging K.1.6

How do machines help people work together?

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Unit 2 Animals Live Here Selection Title Life in an Ocean K.2.1 Unit Question Where do animals live? Selection Question What is an ocean environment? Standards Addressed Geography Expose students to globes and flat maps as models of the earth. Introduce land and water on maps and globes. Armadillo's Orange K.2.2 Who lives in an orange grove? Geography Know terms that describe relative location (for example, near, far, up, down, left, right, behind, in front). Social Science Analysis Formulate questions to gain information. Animal Babies in Grasslands K.2.3 Bear Snores On K.2.4 Who lives in the grasslands?

Where does a bear hibernate?

History Become familiar with calendar time. Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Social Science Analysis Introduce the concept of empathy. Social Science Analysis Formulate questions to gain information. Introduce the concept of empathy. Geography Practice being careful observers of natural surroundings. Governance Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others.

A Bed for Winter K.2.5

What kind of home does a mouse need in winter?

Whose Garden Is It? K.2.6

Who lives in the garden?

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Unit 3 Watch Me Change Selection Title Little Panda K.3.1 Little Quack K.3.2 See How We Grow K.3.3 Unit Question How do people, plants, and animals grow and change? Selection Question How does a panda change in its first year of life? Standards Addressed Governance Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. History Become familiar with calendar time. Identity Identify feelings, senses, and physical characteristics of "me." Identify family members. History Become familiar with calendar time. Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Hide Clyde K.3.5 Seeds K.3.6 Unit 4 Let's Explore Selection Title Bunny Day K.4.1 What do seeds become? How do chameleons change? History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence.

What new things can you do as you grow and change? How do children change as they grow?

Farfallina & Marcel K.3.4

How do friendships change?

Unit Question Where will our adventures take us? Selection Question What adventures do you have throughout the day? Standards Addressed History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Identity Identify family members. Governance Students will work independently and cooperatively to accomplish

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

goals. My Lucky Day K.4.2 What adventures can you have on a lucky day? History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Introduce cause and effect (such as in making choices.) One Little Mouse K.4.3 Goldilocks and the Three Bears K.4.4 If You Could Go to Antarctica K.4.5 What adventures can an animal have? What kind of adventure can a little girl have? History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Geography Expose students to globes and flat maps as models of the earth. Practice being careful observers of natural surroundings. Introduce land and water on maps and globes. Abuela K.4.6 What kinds of adventures can you have in the city? Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live. Geography Understand different transportation methods to school. Describe simple differences and similarities between ways people live in cities and in the country. Identity Identify family members. Economics Recognize that people do different jobs to meet basic economic needs. Unit 5 Going Places Selection Title Max Takes the Train K.5.1 Unit Question How do people get from here to there? Selection Question How many forms of transportation can you name? Standards Addressed History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence.

What would it be like to take an adventure to the Antarctic?

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Geography Understand different transportation methods to school. Identity Identify family members. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Geography Understand different transportation methods to school. Governance Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others. Introduce purposes for having rules and identify ways they provide order, security, and safety History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Geography Understand different transportation methods to school. Economics Recognize that people do different jobs to meet basic economic needs. The Little Engine That Could K.5.4 What does a train need to get over the mountain? History Become familiar with time order terms (such as, yesterday, today, and tomorrow.) Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Geography Know terms that describe relative location (for example, near, far, up, down, left, right, behind, in front). Understand different transportation methods to school.

Mayday! Mayday! A Coast Guard Rescue K.5.2

What kinds of transportation help us in an emergency?

Messenger, Messenger K.5.3

What kinds of transportation help people do their jobs?

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Economics Identify basic human needs.

On the Move! K.5.5

How do people in different parts of the world travel?

Social Science Analysis Introduce the concept of empathy. Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live. Geography Expose students to globes and flat maps as models of the earth. Introduce land and water on maps and globes. Understand different transportation methods to school. Describe simple differences and similarities between ways people live in cities and in the country. Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live. Geography Expose students to globes and flat maps as models of the earth. Introduce land and water on maps and globes. Introduce the difference between the city and the country. Understand different transportation methods to school. Describe simple differences and similarities between ways people live in cities and in the country.

This Is the Way We Go to School K.5.6

How do children around the world get to school?

Unit 6 Building Our Homes Selection Title Homes Around the World K.6.1

Unit Question How do homes help us survive and enjoy life?

Selection Question What kinds of homes do people around the world build?

Standards Addressed Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live.

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

History Introduce cause and effect (such as in making choices. Geography Expose students to globes and flat maps as models of the earth. Practice being careful observers of natural surroundings. Introduce land and water on maps and globes. Introduce the difference between the city and the country. Describe simple differences and similarities between ways people live in cities and in the country. Economics Identify basic human needs.

Introduce the concept of making choices. Introduce local products, such as produce.

Introduce economic decision-making. Old MacDonald Had a Woodshop K.6.2 What tools do you need to build things? History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Governance Students will work independently and cooperatively to accomplish goals.

Economics. Recognize that people do different jobs to meet basic economic needs. Building Beavers K.6.3 How do beavers build homes? History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence.

Scott Foresman Reading Street Main Selection-Grade Kindergarten K-5 Social Studies Standards-Correlation Document

Geography Expose students to globes and flat maps as models of the earth. Practice being careful observers of natural surroundings. Introduce land and water on maps and globes. The Night Worker K.6.4 Who works at night? Culture Explore similarities and differences in the ways people of the world live. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Identity Identify family members. Economics Recognize that people do different jobs to meet basic economic needs. History Identify and order events that take place in a sequence. Governance Understand the responsibilities individuals have to themselves and to others. Economics Identify basic human needs. Recognize that people do different jobs to meet basic economic needs. Animal Homes K.6.6 How do animals build their houses? Economics Identify basic human needs

The House That Tony Lives In K.6.5

Who helps to build a house?

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