Kindergarten History Online-Full Year
This course introduces students to fundamental topics within the social studies discipline. These topics include family, home, community and culture, geography, chronology, early U.S. history, civics and the responsibilities of citizenship, and economics.
Students begin by locating themselves and their families within a community and culture. They learn about basic physical geography and how to read maps and globes. Students explore what history is and how they study the past. They learn about the first peoples of the Americas and the founding of the United States. Students identify symbols of and celebrations in the United States and investigate the lives of significant historical figures in the context of civic responsibility. They also explore citizenship and basic economics.
This course requires the following household materials:
· composition book, notebook, or loose-leaf paper to use as a Social Studies Notebook
· crayons, markers, or colored pencils
Unit 1: Our Community
Unit 2: Our World
Unit 3: Our Stories
Unit 4: Our Nation
Unit 5: Symbols and Celebrations
Unit 6: Liberty and Justice
Unit 7: Let Freedom Ring
Unit 8: Our Society
Unit 9: Our Economy