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    Complete Curriculums K-12 curriculum has been team-developed by a consortium of teachers, administrators, educational and subject matter specialists, graphic artists and editors.

    In a collaborative environment, each professional participant contributed to ensuring the quality, integrity and effectiveness of each Compete Curriculum resource was commensurate with the required educational benchmarks and contemporary standards Complete Curriculum had set forth at the onset of this publishing program.

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    Lesson 1 Communities: My Family Objectives: The student will: Be able to label their drawing, effectively describing what the picture is saying. Be able to identify ideas after reading the book, without help of the teacher. Be able to draw a picture of their family after listening to the reading passage.

    Lesson 2 Communities: Different Kinds of Families Objectives: The student will: Learn about different kinds of families. Create a diagram of their family.

    Lesson 3 Communities: Families and Rules Objectives: The student will: Discuss how rules help families get along. Think about how rules keep us safe. Create a timeline of important events in their lives.

    Lesson 4 Communities: Getting Along in Groups Objectives: The student will: Think about conflict.

    Lesson 5 Democracy in Action: Being Honest, Part 1 Objectives: The student will: Be able to sequence the story. Identify the main character(s). Discuss the concept of honesty. Link prior knowledge. Create a letter.

    Lesson 6 Democracy in Action: Being Honest, Part 2 Objectives: The student will: Discuss the concept of honesty. Link prior knowledge. Create a letter.

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  • Lesson 7 Communities: Living in a Community Objectives: The student will: Understand what a community is. Identify the people and places in their community.

    Lesson 8 Communities: Laws Objectives: The student will: Create a list of important laws. Explain the importance of each law.

    Lesson 9 Map and Globe Skills: Community Grid Map Objectives: The student will: Understand how to read a grid map. Locate places on a grid map.

    Lesson 10 Communities: Large and Small Communities Objectives: The student will: Understand the differences between urban, suburban, and rural communities.

    Lesson 11 Communities: Rural vs. Urban Objectives: The student will: Compare rural and urban communities. Make personal connections. Create a t-chart.

    Lesson 12 Communities: Different Types of Communities Objectives: The student will: Explore a community different from their own.

    Lesson 13 Communities: Customs and Traditions Objectives: The student will: Understand the concepts of custom, tradition, and culture.

    Lesson 14 Communities: My Family Traditions Objectives: The student will: Think about traditions and tell about specific family traditions.

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  • Lesson 15 Communities: People Help Communities Objectives: The student will: Understand how artists, inventors, and scientists help communities.

    Lesson 16 Communities: People Who Have Helped My Community Objectives: The student will: Research a famous artist, inventor, or scientist who has helped their community or state. Create a poster with pictures and information about a famous artist, inventor, or scientist.

    Lesson 17 Communities: Make a Community Book Objectives: The student will: Make a book about their community to reinforce what they have learned about communities.

    Lesson 18 Communities: Review and Assessment Objectives: The student will: Complete a test to review the information they have learned about communities.

    Lesson 19 People, Places and Events: All about Location Objective: The student will: Learn about location. Read a grid map to determine location. Learn about addresses.

    Lesson 20 People, Places, and Events: Where We Live Objective: The student will: Understand the concepts of state, country, and continent. Understand a flow chart.

    Lesson 21 People, Places, and Events: Where Do You Live? Objective: The student will: Create a flow chart. Find the location of their home on a state, country, and world map.

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  • Lesson 22 People, Places, and Events: Land and Water Objective: The student will: Learn the major landforms of the Unites States. Learn about rivers and lakes.

    Lesson 23 I Know Landforms Objective: The student will: describe the major landforms of the surface of the earth develop strategies and skills by gathering information about the features of the earth

    Lesson 24 Modeling Landforms Objective: The student will: describe the major landforms of the surface of the earth; Develop strategies and skills by gathering information about the features of the earth

    Lesson 25 People, Places, and Events: Postcards from the Road! Objective: The student will: Describe famous landforms in the United States. Correctly write an address.

    Lesson 26 People, Places, and Events: Postcards from the Road! Day 2 Objective: The student will: Describe famous landforms in the United States.

    Lesson 27 People, Places, and Events: All About Weather Objective: The student will: Learn about the season. Understand how weather can change.

    Lesson 28 People, Places, and Events: Fun in Every Season! Objective: The student will: Think about each of the seasons and the weather related to them. Create a picture of each of the seasons and write a sentence describing it.

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  • Lesson 29 People, Places, and Events: Where does Weather Come From? Objective: The student will: Be able to identify different kinds of weather. Be able to comprehend why it rains, snows, etc. Be able to comprehend what part of the country gets the most of each type of weather (climates).

    Lesson 30 People, Places, and Events: Earths Resources Objective: The student will: Learn about natural resources. Be able to identify natural resources. Lesson 31 Democracy in Action: Citizenship and The Lorax, Part 1 Objective: The student will: discuss and analyze a fictional story relating to the proper and improper use of natural resources

    Lesson 32 Democracy in Action: Citizenship and The Lorax, Part 1 Objective: The student will: discuss and analyze a fictional story relating to the proper and improper use of natural resources

    Lesson 33 People, Places, and Events: People Change the Earth Objective: The student will: Understand the impact that humans have on the Earth. Share ideas about reusing and recycling.

    Lesson 34 People, Places, and Events: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Part 1 Objective: The student will: Listen to a story about how to recycle at home and other places they spend a lot of time.

    Lesson 35 People, Places, and Events: Reduce, Recycle, Part 2 Objective: The student will: Create a poster to help their family reduce, reuse, and recycle.

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  • Lesson 36 People, Places, and Events: Review and Test Objective: The student will: Complete a test to review the information they have learned about people, places, and events.

    Lesson 37 People, Places, and Events: All About My State, Day 1 Objective: The student will: Apply the concepts of location, landforms, weather, and natural resources to their own state to create a brochure/mini book. Research their state to find important information

    Lesson 38 People, Places, and Events: All About My State, Day 2 Objective: The student will: Apply the concepts of location, landforms, weather, and natural resources to their own state to create a brochure/mini book. Research their state to find important information

    Lesson 39 People, Places, and Events: All About My State, Day 3 Objective: The student will: Apply the concepts of location, landforms, weather, and natural resources to their own state to create a brochure/mini book. Research their state to find important information

    Lesson 40 People, Places, and Events: All About My State, Day 4 Objective: The student will: Apply the concepts of location, landforms, weather, and natural resources to their own state to create a brochure/mini book. Research their state to find important information

    Lesson 41 Then and Now: Communities Objective: The student will: Learn about home life, transportation, and communication during pioneer times. Compare and contrast the practices of people then and now.

    Lesson 42 Then and Now: Early Americans Objective: The student will: Learn about the different tribes of Native Americans; Understand the differences between the homes of different Native Americans.

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  • Lesson 43 Then and Now: Native American Legend-Arrow to the Sun Objective: The student will: Demonstrate comprehension of a book by accurately answering questions about the reading. Demonstrate knowledge of the Sun by explaining what is unrealistic about the way the Sun is depicted in the book. Demonstrate knowledge of what a kiva is used for by writing what fears would be found in their own kiva.

    Lesson 44 Then and Now: Native American Legend-Raven Objective: The student will: Demonstrate knowledge of what a legend is and why it was created by giving accurate answers during discussion.

    Lesson 45 Then and Now: Native American Legend-Knots on a Counting Rope Objective: The student will: Demonstrate an understanding of how a counting rope is used. Demonstrate knowledge of how names are given in various Native American Cultures. Demonstrate their knowledge of a sentence by writing a correct sentence.

    Lesson 46 Map and Globe Skills: Use Map Scales Objective: The student will: Use a scale to judge distance on a map.

    Lesson 47 Then and Now: More Early Americans Objective: The student will: Understand where the first settlers of American came from. Compare and contrast the Spanish settlers to the English Pilgrims.

    Lesson 48 Then and Now: Life on the Mayflower Objective: The student will: Identify what a pilgrim is and what it was like to travel on The Mayflower.

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  • Lesson 49 Then and Now: The First Thanksgiving, Day 1 Objective: The student will: Identify why the Pilgrims came to America; how they adjusted to life in America; what impact the Native Americans had on the survival of the Pilgrims; and what events brought about the First Thanksgiving.

    Lesson 50 Then and Now: The First Thanksgiving, Day 2 Objective: The student will: Identify why the Pilgrims came to America; how they adjusted to life in America; what impact the Native Americans had on the survival of the Pilgrims; and what events brought about the First Thanksgiving.

    Lesson 51 Then and Now: Colonies and States Objective: The student will: Understand what a colony is. Understand why colonial Americans wanted freedom. Compare and contrast two early American heroes.

    Lesson 52 Then and Now: Life at Plimouth Plantation, Sarahs Story Objective: The student will: Recognize that children in Plimoth Plantation had daily responsibilities and work to do. Recognize that parents had daily jobs to provide for their families and the settlement. Understand ways in which community life and traditions at Plimoth were unique.

    Lesson 53 Then and Now: Life at Plimouth Plantation, Samuels Story Objective: The student will: Recognize that children in Plimoth Plantation had daily responsibilities and work to do. Recognize that parents had daily jobs to provide for their families and the settlement. Understand ways in which community life and traditions at Plimoth were unique.

    Lesson 54 Then and Now: Families on the Move Objective: Pioneers are people who leave home to lead the way into a new land.

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  • Lesson 55 Then and Now: Journey in a Covered Wagon Objective: The student will: Understand that pioneers used different modes of transportation. Understand that pioneers' destination depended upon the purpose of their move. Understand that pioneers endured many hardships along the way to achieve their goals. Understand that life on the prairie was difficult for all family members.

    Lesson 56 Then and Now: My Prairie Year Objective: The student will: Understand that pioneers used different modes of transportation. Understand that pioneers' destination depended upon the purpose of their move. Understand that pioneers endured many hardships along the way to achieve their goals. Understand that life on the prairie was difficult for all family members.

    Lesson 57 Then and Now: Westward Expansion-Covered Wagons Objective: The student will: Develop an awareness of the hardships the pioneers faced. Recognize an important historical figure from the Pioneer days.

    Lesson 58 Then and Now: Westward Expansion-Johnny Appleseed Objective: The student will: Develop an awareness of the hardships the pioneers faced. Recognize an important historical figure from the Pioneer days.

    Lesson 59 Then and Now: Westward Expansion-Packing for a Trip in a Covered Wagon Objective: The student will: Develop an awareness of the hardships the pioneers faced.

    Lesson 60 Map and Globe skills: The Appalachian Mountains Objective: The student will: Use simple geographic tools such as maps, globes, and photographs. Understand the locations and characteristics of places and regions . Understand how physical characteristics of places and regions affect peoples a...

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