Social Studies Standards


Michigan Social Studies Standards as of June 2019.

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K

K-C1.0.1

Identify and explain reasons for rules at home and in school.

K-C2.0.1

Identify the American flag as an important symbol of the United States.

K-C2.0.2

Explain why people do not have the right to do whatever they want.

K-C2.0.3

Describe fair ways for groups to make decisions.

K-C5.0.1

Describe situations in which they demonstrated self-discipline and individual responsibility.

K-E1.0.1

Describe economic wants they have experienced.

K-E1.0.2

Distinguish between goods and services.

K-E1.0.3

Recognize situations in which people trade.

K-G1.0.1

Recognize that maps and globes represent places.

K-G1.0.2

Use directions or positional words to identify significant locations in the classroom.

K-G2.0.1

Identify and describe places in the immediate environment.

K-G5.0.1

Describe ways in which the environment provides for basic human needs and wants.

K-H2.0.1

Distinguish among the past, present, and future.

K-H2.0.2

Create a timeline using events from their own lives.

K-H2.0.3

Describe ways people learn about the past.

K-P3.1.1

Identify classroom issues.

K-P3.1.2

Use simple graphs to explain information about a classroom issue.

K-P3.1.3

Compare their viewpoint about a classroom issue with the viewpoint of another person.

K-P3.3.1

Express a position on a classroom issue.

K-P4.2.1

Develop and implement an action plan to address or inform others about a classroom issue.

K-P4.2.2

Participate in projects to help or inform others.


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