Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Fourth Grade. American Symbols & Holidays

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks

AR.SS.C. Civics/Government
C.2.4. Participation and Deliberation - Students will analyze civic rights, roles, and responsibilities.
Citizenship
C.2.4.1. Analyze the role state and national symbols, patriotic songs, and mottos play in fostering citizenship (D1.3.3-5).
AR.SS.H. History
H.12.4. Chronology, Change Over Time, and Contextualization - Students will analyze chronology, patterns of continuity and change over time, and contextualization on historical events.
Chronology
H.12.4.1. Create historical narratives using chronological sequences of related events in Arkansas and the United States (e.g., exploration) (D2.His.1.3-5).
Contextualization
H.12.4.4. Analyze the impact of individuals and events on the past, present and future (D2.His.3.3-5).
H.13.4. Perspective, Historical Evidence, and Causation - Students will analyze ways people gather, view, construct, and interpret historical evidence.
Evidence
H.13.4.3. Develop claims in response to compelling questions about Arkansas and United States history using evidence from a variety of primary and secondary sources (D1.2, 5.3-5).
H.13.4.5. Formulate questions that relate to specific historical events in Arkansas and the United States to guide inquiry (D1.2.3-5, D2.His.12.3-5).
Causation
H.13.4.6. Examine current or historical events in Arkansas, the United States, or the world in terms of cause and effect (D2.His.14.K-2).