Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
People and regions often specialize in the production of certain goods and services.
Identifying cause-and-effect relationships helps us understand specific events in United States history.
Relationships can have multiple causes and effects.
producer: A person who makes goods or provides services
producers: People who use resources to make goods and/or provide services
innovation: Something new or different
New inventions have led to changes in buildings, jobs, modes of transportation, and populations of communities over time.
Most people are both consumers and producers.
Producers of goods and services are influenced by natural, human, and capital resources.
Cause-and-effect relationships can be observed in the classroom, school, and community.