Where I Live.mp3

This fun song describes the hierarchy of where we live. (house-road-neighborhood-city-county-state-country-continent-earth) This song and others from "Miss Jenneane's Cool Classroom Songs" are available at the Itunes store.

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Content Area

  • Social Studies

Resource Type(s)

  • Miscellaneous


  • Kindergarten
  • 1st Grade
  • 2nd Grade


  • No Courses Identified

Standard(s)/Course Objective(s)

  • G5.3.1 - Identify and use cardinal directions on a compass rose to locate places on a map.
  • G5.3.2 - Differentiate between a city and a state using appropriate examples.
  • G5.3.3 - Compare uses of maps and globes.
  • G5.3.4 - Identify and explain simple spatial patterns on a map, i.e., population centers, farmland, mountains.
  • G5.3.6 - Recognize different types of special maps, i.e., neighborhood, school, and classroom.
  • G6.3.2 - Identify characteristics of neighborhoods and communities, i.e., physical geographical differences, land use, population density.
  • G6.3.6 - Locate and name the states surrounding Nevada.
  • G6.3.7 - Identify latitude and longitude on a map or globe.
  • C16.3.1 - Identify their city, state, and country.
  • G5.1.1 - Differentiate between and identify water and land on a map and globe and use the terms ocean and continent.
  • G5.1.2 - Describe maps as representations of places.
  • G5.1.3 - Recognize the shape of North America on a world map.
  • G5.1.4 - Use simple maps to illustrate direction.
  • G5.1.5 - Visually display geographic information using simple lists, graphs, and maps.
  • G6.1.1 - Sort and group pictures displaying geographic features, e.g. forests, deserts, lake regions.
  • G6.1.4 - Recall home address and phone number.
  • H2.2.2 - Explore the importance of both local and national landmarks, and explain how they create a sense of community among citizens.
  • G5.2.1 - Identify titles and symbols on maps.
  • G5.2.2 - Recognize spatial patterns, i.e., political units, physical features, on a map and globe.
  • G.5.2.3 - Construct a map key from given symbols and choose a map title.
  • G5.2.4 - Give and follow simple oral directions to move from one location to another.
  • G5.2.5 - Use a simple letter/number grid system to find a specific location.
  • - Geography 6.0 - Places & Regions - Students understand the physical and human features of places and use this information to define and study regions and their patterns of change.
  • G6.2.1 - Define region and provide examples of regions.
  • G6.2.2 - Describe neighborhoods and communities as places where people live, work, and play.
  • G6.2.6 - Show that different locations have different addresses.
  • G6.2.7 - Locate his/her city and state on a map.
  • G7.2.1 - Construct a visual model, i.e., graph, table, and/or choropleth map of population distribution.
  • C16.2.1 - Name their school and community.

Textbook Unit(s)

  • Beginner's World Atlas


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