Recognize differences within their school and neighborhood.
Students will recognize and describe how schools and neighborhoods are both similar and different.
Recognize and describe examples of differences within school and neighborhood.
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Describe and compare characteristics of self and others (e.g., differences in gender, height, language, beliefs, and color of skin, eyes, hair).
Identify community traffic signs and symbols, and know their meanings (e.g., stop sign, hazard symbols, pedestrian crossing, bike route, recreational, blind or deaf child signs).
Compare elements of the local community with communities from different parts of the world (e.g., industry, economic specialization).
Identify and explain the interrelationship of the environment (e.g., location, natural resources, climate) and community development (e.g., food, shelter, clothing, industries, markets, recreation, artistic creations).
Describe contributions of cultural groups to our state and nation.