Area of Development – Social Studies: History

Indicators typical for a child between the ages of 3 and 5 for this area:

  • Identifies common events and routines
    • Recognizes routines; following the routines becomes very important
    • Knows when it is snack time or meal time
    • Recognizes routines of washing hands before eating or brushing teeth after meals or before bedtime
    • Understands that the day follows a schedule
    • Understands and can predict the next events that will happen in the day
  • Begins to categorize time intervals
    • Comprehends the details of the daily routines and is aware when the details are not followed
    • Uses the world “today” or “day” or “night” to talk about time of day; sometimes uses the wrong term
    • Uses terms “today,” “tomorrow,” “next time” with some accuracy
    • Understands the concepts of before and after
  • Recognizes the changes in environment
    • Points out that something is missing from a table, puzzle, etc.
    • Recognizes that it is rainy, sunny, hot and cold
    • Begins to recognize seasons

Related Storytime Shares:

Social Studies: History 1 (Bedtime)

Social Studies: History 2 (Seasons-Winter)

Social Studies: History 3 (American Heroes/Revolutionary War)

Social Studies: History 4 (Seasons-Fall)

Social Studies: History 5 (Games of the 1950’s)

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5 thoughts on “Area of Development – Social Studies: History

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