CD1A-Acknowledge the existence of food and celebrations from other countries.
CD1B-Know the differences between cultural stereotypes and reality.
CD1C-Be informed about cultural appreciation vs. cultural appropriation.
FL1A-Understand the alphabet and list of numbers in another language.
FL1B-Know the days of the week, months of the year, tell the time, and how to give dates.
FL1C-Learn about how to describe seasons and the weather.
FL1D-Greet people, provide basic introductions and say thank you.
FL1E-Fill out personal information about yourself.
FL1F-Ask and answer basic questions.
HR1A-Be able to understand the importance of consent and refrain from improper touch.
HR1B-Recognize the importance of respecting others, regardless of gender, race, nationality, disability, genetic information, political beliefs, religion, sexual orientation, age, or socioeconomic status.
HR1C-Understand the dangers of rigid gender roles for boys and girls, focusing instead on a more open idea of what each gender can do.
HR1D-Be aware of physical, verbal, and cyberbullying.
C1A-Students should be informed about the basic functions of local, state, and federal government.
C1B-Learners need to be taught about basic currency and exchange rates.
AW1A Be taught about the dangers of animal captivity and animals used in entertainment
AW1B Learn about the ethics behind having different species as pets
AW1C Find out about animal safaris and sanctuaries to reinforce strong animal welfare
AW1D Talk about different types of vegetarian diets and reducing intake of animals for food
EC1A Find out about the various things that can be recycled to prevent wasting natural resources
EC1B Discuss ways to reuse and reduce during private and commercial activities
EC1C Get taught about alternative sources of energy for electricity and other uses
EC1D Study the effects of air pressure force on objects and materials
ECIE Explain how water can be saved and stored, as well as basic causes of water pollution
EC1F Learn about plastic pollution and alternatives to plastic
For general health, here are the standards that we recommend.
For technology, here are some additional Common Core standards.