Drawing for Dollar$ and the Oklahoma Academic Standards

Use Drawing for Dollar$ to support teaching the Oklahoma Academic Standards
(Updated September 2019)

Draw a picture about…

PK-K

  • Basic needs (PK.4.1)
  • People work to earn money (PK.4.2)
  • Needs and wants (PK.4.2)
  • How resources are used to meet needs (PK.4.3)
  • School personnel provide needed services (PK.4.4)

1st

  • Costs and/or benefits of spending or saving to meet needs and wants (1.4.1)
  • Ways people are paid for their labor (1.4.2)
  • How goods and services are purchased using money and credit (1.4.2)
  • Roles of consumers and producers in our economy (1.4.2)
  • Role of banks in the community (1.4.2)

2nd

  • Importance of supply and demand (2.4.1))
  • Consumers and producers (2.4.1))
  • Barter and trade (2.4.2)
  • Interdependence in communities (2.4.2)
  • Connection between taxes and community services (2.4.3)
  • How setting goals and creating a budget helps people pay for things they need and want (2.4.4)

 

3rd

  • Basic economic activities that have created prosperity in the state of Oklahoma (3.4)
  • Characteristics of renewable and non-renewable resources (3.2.3)
  • Role of citizens in conserving natural resources (3.2.3)
  • Comparing human, capital and natural and/or resources and what they produce (goods and services) (3.4.2)
  • How Oklahoma’s major economic activities (agriculture and livestock, aviation, tourism, military) have contributed to the growth of the state (3.4.3)

 

4th

  • Identify basic economic activities of the United States (4.4)
  • Renewable and nonrenewable resources (4.4.1 B)
  • Natural resources in the United States (4.4.2 A)
  • Major economic activities in the United States) (4.4.2 B)
  • How people satisfy their needs through the production of goods and services (4.4.2 B)
  • How economic activities can threaten the physical environment (4.4.3)

 

5th

  • Economic motivations for English exploration in the US (competition for resources, gaining of national wealth) (5.1.2)
  • Economic motivations of immigrants and indentured servants (5.1.3 and 5.1.6)
  • Export of natural resources for profit (5.1.4)
  • Economic development of the three colonial regions (5.2.2)

6th

  • Predominant natural resources found in the Western Hemisphere (6.2)
  • Three levels of economic activity contributing to the development of a new nation and region (6.3.8)
  • Benefits and limitations of the traditional, market and command economies (6.3.9)
  • Impact of climate and natural disasters on human populations (6.4.3)
  • Role of ecotourism in creating environmental awareness of resources (6.4.5)
  • Role of citizens as responsible stewards of natural resources and the environment (6.4.6)

7th

  • Three levels of economic activity contributing to the development of a country or region (7.3.6)
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the traditional, market and command economies (7.3.9)
  • Impact of climate and natural disasters on human populations (relating to scarcity of goods and economic activities) (7.4.1)
  • Impact of economic development pertaining to subsistence, cash crop and commercial agriculture (7.4.3)
  • Role of citizens as responsible stewards of natural resources and the environment (7.4.6)