M-STEP Elementary School Social Studies (Comprehensive 2019) Practice

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Grade 3: History 6%
Grade 3: Geography 10%
Grade 3: Civics & Government 8%
Grade 3: Economics 4%
Grade 4: History 7%
Grade 4: Geography 9%
Grade 4: Civics & Government 11%
Grade 4: Economics 10%
Grade 5: Era 1- Beginnings-1620 11%
Grade 5: Era 2- Colonization & Settlement (1585-1763) 9%
Grade 5: Era 3- Revolution & the New Nation 15%
  • Questions 1,852
  • Vocabulary Terms 488
  • Performance Tasks 126
  • Instructional Videos 133

Test Standards

Grade 3: History
1. (3-H3.0.1-.03)  Historical Questions
2. (3-H3.0.4-0.6)  Indigenous Peoples
3. (3-H3.0.7-0.8)  Early Michigan History
4. (3-H3.0.9 )  Michigan Statehood
5. (3-H3.0.10 )  Michigan Timeline
Grade 3: Geography
1. (3-G1.0.1 )  Cardinal Directions
2. (3-G1.0.2 )  Thematic Maps
3. (3-G1.0.3 )  World Maps
4. (3-G2.0.1&0.2)  Regions
5. (3-G4.0.1 )  Michigan's Economic Geography
6. (3-G4.0.2 )  Push/Pull Factors
7. (3-G4.0.3 )  Modern Movement in Michigan
8. (3-G4.0.4)  Current Indigenous Geography
9. (3-G5.0.1&0.2)  Michigan's Environment
Grade 3: Civics & Government
1. (3-C1.0.1, C2.0.1)  State Government's Purposes & Principles
2. (3-C3.0.1 )  Roles of Governments
3. (3-C3.0.2 )  Public Goods & Services
4. (3-C3.0.3 )  Michigan's Branches
5. (3-C3.0.4 )  Michigan's Courts
6. (3-C3.0.5 )  Michigan's Constitution
7. (3-C5.0.1)  Citizenship
Grade 3: Economics
1. (3-E1.0.1&0.2)  Economic Fundamentals
2. (3-E1.0.3 )  Michigan's Economic Development
3. (3-E1.0.4&0.5)  Entrepreneurship
4. (3-E2.0.1, E3.0.1)  Specialization & Interdependence
Grade 4: History
1. (4-H3.0.1 & 0.5)  Michigan's Changing Economy
2. (4-H3.0.2 )  Migration & Immigration
3. (4-H3.0.3 )  The Underground Railroad
4. (4-H3.0.4 )  Michigan's Growing Cities
5. (4-H3.0.6 )  The Automobile Industry
6. (4-H3.0.7 )  Protecting Michigan's Natural Resources
Grade 4: Geography
1. (4-G1.01-.03)  Geographic Tools
2. (4-G1.0.4 )  Types of Maps
3. (4-G1.0.5 )  Location of Places & Regions
4. (4-G2.0.1&0.2)  Regions
5. (4-G4.0.1)  Push/Pull Factors
6. (4-G4.0.2)  Immigration to the U.S.
7. (4-G4.0.3 )  Movement of Goods & People
8. (4-G5.0.1 )  Impact of Human Activity
Grade 4: Civics & Government
1. (4-C1.0.1 )  Political Science Questions
2. (4-C1.0.2)  The Preamble
3. (4-C2.0.1 )  Principles of American Government
4. (4-C2.0.2 )  The Bill of Rights
5. (4-C3.0.1 )  Limited Government
6. (4-C3.0.2)  Governmental Powers
7. (4-C3.0.3-0.5 )  Branches of Government
8. (4-C3.0.6)  Getting Into Office
9. (4-C3.0.7 )  Taxing & Spending
10. (4-C5.0.1-.03)  Citizenship & Responsibilities
Grade 4: Economics
1. (4-E1.01 )  The Three Economic Questions
2. (4-E1.0.2&.03)  The Market Economy
3. (4-E1.0.4)  Price
4. (4-E1.0.5 )  Specialization
5. (4-E1.0.6 )  Competition
6. (4-E1.0.7 )  The Role of Money
7. (4-E1.0.8 )  Role of Government
8. (4-E2.0.1 )  Unemployment
9. (4-E3.0.1 )  Global Competition
Grade 5: Era 1- Beginnings-1620
1. (5-U1.1.1)  Native Peoples
2. (5-U1.1.2)  Adapting to the Environment
3. (5-U1.1.3)  Eastern Woodland Life
4. (5-U1.2.1 )  Exploration Technology
5. (5-U1.2.2)  Explorers & Their Motives
6. (5-U1.3.1)  Regions of Africa
7. (5-U1.3.2)  West Africa pre-1500s
8. (5-U1.4.1,4.2)  Cross-Cultural Interactions
9. (5-U1.4.3)  European Contact
10. (5-U1.4.4)  The Columbian Exchange
Grade 5: Era 2- Colonization & Settlement (1585-1763)
1. (5-U2.1.1)  The Southern Colonies
2. (5-U2.1.2)  The New England Colonies
3. (5-U2.1.3)  The Middle Colonies
4. (5-U2.1.4&1.5)  Comparing the Colonies
5. (5-U2.2.1)  Triangular Trade
6. (5-U2.2.2,2.3)  African Americans in the Colonies
7. (5-U2.3.1-3.3,3.5)  Life in the Colonies
8. (5-U2.3.4)  Colonial Labor Force
Grade 5: Era 3- Revolution & the New Nation
1. (5-U3.1.1)  The French & Indian War
2. (5-U3.1.2,1.3)  Moving Toward Revolution
3. (5-U3.1.4)  First & Second Continental Congresses
4. (5-U3.1.5)  The Declaration of Independence
5. (5-U3.1.6)  Revolutionary Individuals
6. (5-U3.1.7,1.8)  Colonial Self-Government
7. (5-U3.2.1,2.2)  Fighting the Revolution
8. (5-U3.2.3)  Revolutionary Roles
9. (5-U3.2.4)  Ending the Revolution
10. (5-U3.3.1,3.2)  The Articles of Confederation
11. (5-U3.3.3-3.5)  The Constitutional Convention
12. (5-U3.3.6)  Federalism
13. (5-U3.3.7,3.8)  Constitutional Concerns