Kindergarten Social Studies -

Kindergarten Social Studies

Length:  34 weeks
Content-type: Text-based
Age/Grade: Kindergarten
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How to Use This Course

Each week, Kindergarten Social Studies leads your little ones through exploring topics such as their homes, what they look like, what times of the day mean, and much more. The printable worksheets that are included are fun and make it easy to build a notebook as a special keepsake.

Course Introduction

This class is an overview of social studies for kindergarten-age children. Each week will include a printable lesson plan with suggested activities. Most of the activities will be hands on such as drawing, exploring, or crafts. Some activities will require common household supplies. You can adjust the activities to fit your needs, style, and preferences. Feel free to skip or add activities as you see fit. Some weeks will include several activities or ideas for additional ones you can choose from. Since some of the lessons will include suggested outings or service projects, you may want to look ahead a bit in order to schedule these activities. Or simply schedule them during that week for a later week. The children will still get the point if the activity happens a week or two later!

By the end of this class, it’s my goal that your children will have a greater understanding of the world around them and how they interact with it; they will understand their relationship to people, places, and things; they will have a basic idea of time, money, rules, geography, and their roles in groups; and they will identify and know some facts about their town, state, and country.

  1. All About Me
  2. Taking Care of Myself
  3. My Family
  4. Family Customs and Traditions
  5. Similarities and Differences
  6. My Home
  7. My Neighborhood
  8. Places I Go
  9. Rules
  10. Community Signs
  11. Feelings
  12. My Town/City
  13. My State
  14. My Country
  15. Timelines
  16. Time-Months
  17. Time-Days of the Week
  18. Time-Hours, Minutes, and Daily Schedules
  19. Sequencing and Following Directions
  20. Community Helpers
  21. Civic Leaders
  22. Jobs
  23. Money
  24. Wants vs. Needs
  25. Earth’s Resources
  26. Where Our Food Comes From
  27. Community Service
  28. Continents
  29. Oceans
  30. Emergency Preparedness
  31. Pet Care
  32. Problem Solving
  33. Collect and Organize Information
  34. Present Information Orally and With Visuals

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