First Grade Unit 5

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2. What are my responsibilities in school and in the neighborhood?
  a. This means I can recognize my roles and responsibilities as a citizen in the school and in the neighborhood.
    Subject Title Series
Citizenship American Citizenship American Government for Children
Citizenship Becoming an Active Citizen My America: Building a Democracy
Citizenship Building Blocks of Good Character Student Workshop
Citizenship Community Rules and Laws Community Helpers
Citizenship Constitution Day Holidays for Children
Citizenship My School Building: Places and People My School, My Responsibility
Citizenship My School Bus: Safety and Respect My School, My Responsibility
Citizenship My School Classroom: Classmates and Learning My School, My Responsibility
Citizenship My School Playground: Friends and Sharing My School, My Responsibility
Citizenship Student Workshop: Building Character
Citizenship Teacher Community Helpers
Citizenship We Vote Primary Citizenship Classroom
Citizenship What is a Community? Community Helpers
Citizenship Why People Work Community Helpers
3. What are symbols and landmarks?
  a. This means I can recognize and describe national and state symbols, documents, and landmarks.
    Subject Title Series
Landmarks Americana Tell Me Why
Landmarks This Is Our Country Our United States Collection
Symbols American Bald Eagle Symbols of America
Symbols Constitution of the United States Symbols of America
Symbols Declaration of Independence Symbols of America
Symbols Flag Day/Citizenship Day America's Special Days
Symbols How We Elect a President Citizens Rule!
Symbols Images of Liberty Symbols of America
Symbols New Year's Day America's Special Days
Symbols Our American Flag
Symbols Our Founding Documents Citizens Rule!
Symbols Symbols of America Citizens Rule!
Symbols Symbols of Freedom and Justice My America: Building a Democracy
Symbols Thanksgiving Day U.S. Holidays America Celebrates
Symbols The Journey of the One and Only Declaration of Independence
Symbols The Pledge and the Anthem: Behind the Words
Symbols The Star Spangled Banner
Symbols The White House Symbols of America
Symbols U.S. Capitol Building Symbols of America
Symbols U.S. Flag Symbols of America
Symbols U.S. Symbols Our Modern U.S. History
Symbols U.S. Symbols Our United States Collection
Symbols Uncle Sam Symbols of America
Symbols United States Flag American History for Children
Symbols What is a Flag? My America: Building a Democracy
4. Who are the notable people who have made contributions?
  a. This means I can identify notable people who have contributed to our community, state, and nation.
    Subject Title Series
Notable People Abraham Lincoln The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Abraham Lincoln Great Americans for Children
Notable People Abraham Lincoln American Heroes and Heroines
Notable People Abraham Lincoln America's Story
Notable People Alistair's Time Machine Reading Rainbow General Education
Notable People Allies at Last/Honor and Compromise Liberty's Kids
Notable People Amelia Earhart Great Americans for Children
Notable People American Independence American History for Children
Notable People Benjamin Franklin Great Americans for Children
Notable People Benjamin Franklin The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Benjamin Franklin: Scientist and Inventor Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Born Free and Equal/The Man Who Would Not Be King Liberty's Kids
Notable People Cesar Chavez Great Americans for Children
Notable People Christopher Columbus The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Christopher Columbus Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Columbus Day Holidays for Children
Notable People Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. American Heroes and Heroines
Notable People Eleanor Roosevelt Great Americans for Children
Notable People Equal Rights for All American History for Children
Notable People Equality and Civil Rights Our Modern U.S. History
Notable People George Washington American Heroes and Heroines
Notable People George Washington The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People George Washington Animated Hero Classics
Notable People George Washington America's Story
Notable People George Washington Great Americans for Children
Notable People Getting to Know George Washington Getting to Know the U.S. Presidents
Notable People Getting to Know Thomas Jefferson Getting to Know the U.S. Presidents
Notable People Harriet Tubman Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Harriet Tubman The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Harriet Tubman Great Americans for Children
Notable People History of American Government American Government for Children
Notable People History of Transportation Our Modern U.S. History
Notable People Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln: The Story of the Gettysburg Address
Notable People Martin Luther King, Jr. Great Americans for Children
Notable People Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holidays for Children
Notable People Martin Luther King, Jr.: Black History Month America's Special Days
Notable People Martin's Big Words
Notable People Opposing Slavery: The Abolitionist Movement in America America's Journey Through Slavery
Notable People Pocahontas The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Pocahontas The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Presidents Day Holidays for Children
Notable People President's Day America's Special Days
Notable People Revolutionary War Heroes Great Americans for Children
Notable People Sacagawea Great Americans for Children
Notable People Smithsonian and the Presidency This is America, Charlie Brown
Notable People Susan B. Anthony Great Americans for Children
Notable People The Boston Tea Party/Intolerable Acts Liberty's Kids
Notable People The First Fourth of July/New York, New York Liberty's Kids
Notable People The Hessians are Coming/Valley Forge Liberty's Kids
Notable People The Midnight Ride/The Shot Heard 'Round the World Liberty's Kids
Notable People The Wright Brothers The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People The Wright Brothers Animated Hero Classics
Notable People This is America, Charlie Brown This is America, Charlie Brown
Notable People Thomas Edison The Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Thomas Edison and the Electric Light Animated Hero Classics
Notable People Thomas Jefferson Great Americans for Children
Notable People U.S. Celebrations Our United States Collection
Notable People United States Constitution American History for Children
Notable People United We Stand/Liberty or Death Liberty's Kids
Notable People Washington Takes Command/Common Sense Liberty's Kids
Notable People Why Don't You Get a Horse, Sam Adams?
5. How are objects classified and sorted?
  a. This means I can classify, sort, and chart objects by observable properties.
    Subject Title Series
Sorting Learning About Sorting and Grouping Math Concepts for Primary Grades
6. What are measurable properties of matter?
  a. This means I can predict, observe, and explain how measureable properties such as weight and temperature affect whether objects sink or float and record results.
    Subject Title Series
Properties of Matter All About Properties of Matter Physical Science for Children
Properties of Matter Change of State Mr. Wizard's World
Properties of Matter Changes in the Properties of Matter: Physical and Chemical Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Properties of Matter Common Properties of Matter: Atoms, Elements and States Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Properties of Matter Describing Matter and Its Properties Matter and Chemistry
7. What are the changes that can occur in matter?
  a. This means I can predict, identify, and describe changes in matter when heated, cooled or mixed with water.
    Subject Title Series
Changes in Matter All About Solids, Liquids and Gases Physical Science for Children
Changes in Matter Change of State Mr. Wizard's World
Changes in Matter Changes in the Properties of Matter: Physical and Chemical Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Changes in Matter Common Properties of Matter: Atoms, Elements and States Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Changes in Matter Solids, Liquids and Gases A First Look