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Georgia: Prekindergarten Standards

  • GA.SS1. Strand/topic: Social Studies Development

    Children will develop an appreciation of his/her role as a member of the family, the classroom, and the community

    • SS1a. Standard:

      Begins to understand family structures and roles (SSKE1, SSKE2)

    • SS1b. Standard:

      Participates in classroom jobs and contributes to the classroom community (SSKE1, SSKE2)

    • SS1c. Standard:

      Becomes aware of the roles, responsibilities and services provided by community workers (SSKCG2, SSKE1)

    • SS1d. Standard:

      Becomes aware of family and community celebrations and events (SSKH1, SSKG1)

  • GA.SS2. Strand/topic: Social Studies Development

    Children will develop a respect for differences in people

    • SS2a. Standard:

      Identifies similarities and differences among people (SSIP 1)

    • SS2b. Standard:

      Demonstrates an emerging awareness and respect for culture and ethnicity (SSKG1)

    • SS2c. Standard:

      Demonstrates emerging awareness and respect for abilities (SSIP 1, SSKCG2)

  • GA.SS3. Strand/topic: Social Studies Development

    Children will express beginning geographic thinking

    • SS3a. Standard:

      Identifies common features in the home and school environment (SSKG2, SSKG3)

    • SS3b. Standard:

      Creates simple representations of home, school, or community (SSKG2, SSKG3, SSMG1)

    • SS3c. Standard:

      Uses and responds to words to indicate directionality, position, and size (SSMG1)

    • SS3d. Standard:

      Develops awareness of the community, city, and state in which he/she lives (SSKH2, SSKG2, SSKG3)

    • SS3e. Standard:

      Recognizes characteristics of other geographic regions and cultures (SSKG2, SSKG1)

 
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