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Wisconsin's Prekindergarten Standards

  • WI.5. Content Standard: Cognition and General Knowledge

    • 5.C. Performance Standard: Social Systems Understanding

      Children in Wisconsin will understand the characteristics and structures of social systems. During the early childhood period, children in Wisconsin will show evidence of developmentally appropriate abilities in the following areas:

      • 5.C.EL.1 Grade Level Example:

        Recognize and respect shared and different characteristics of self and others, including values and beliefs.

      • 5.C.EL.2 Grade Level Example:

        Understand family and community interdependence.

      • 5.C.EL.3 Grade Level Example:

        Comprehend the concepts of fairness and equality and the reason for rules and laws.

      • 5.C.EL.4 Grade Level Example:

        Recognize the interdependence of humans with the natural world.