K5 children explore themselves as members of a diverse world.
Students in Wisconsin will identify maps and globes, and recognize that they are used to locate where we live and describe how people adapt to changes in the seasons.
Students in Wisconsin will identify and compare family cultures and traditions and use calendars and timelines to order events of the day and historical events.
Students in Wisconsin will identify, demonstrate, and explain their rights and responsibilities as members of a family, classroom and school.
Students in Wisconsin will identify and describe jobs within the family and classroom and list ways people earn money to satisfy economic wants.
Students in Wisconsin will describe how families are alike and different in how they live, work, and play and identify and describe institutions, such as police, fire, hospitals, schools and places of worship.