Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Fifth Grade. Holidays, Landmarks, & Symbols

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Mississippi College & Career Readiness Standards

FIFTH GRADE: PRE-COLUMBIAN TO AMERICAN REVOLUTION
CIVIL RIGHTS
CR.5.1. Identify ways that people in roles of power can influence people’s rights and freedom.
CR.5.1.1. Examine at least one group of people, such as Native Americans, African Americans, women, or another cultural, ethic, or racial minority in the Western Hemisphere, who have struggled for equality and civil rights.
HISTORY
H.5.1. Recognize symbols, customs, and celebrations representative of the United States.
H.5.1.1. Define symbols and customs.
H.5.1.2. Identify school, community, state and national symbols (e.g., United States flag, American eagle, etc.).
H.5.1.3. Compare and contrast the Pledge of Allegiance and other patriotic songs as expressions of patriotism.
H.5.7. Describe the impact of significant historical figures and event.
H.5.7.2. Examine historical events that are significant to American culture (July 4th, Thanksgiving, Presidents Day, etc.).