Social Studies – 4

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Introduction to Class 4 Social Studies Course

Social studies examines the relationships between individuals and societies, as well as the development and operation of societies, rather than studying the physical world. These academic disciplines rely more heavily on interpretation and qualitative research methodologies.

Social Studies as a subject is equally important as is English or Math. In fact, even more! Unless children know what the things present around them are, they won’t be able to interact with it properly. In Social Studies subject for Class 4, children get to learn about things ranging from their immediate environment (plants, animals, air, water, soil, food, human body parts, clothes etc.) to their wider environment (neighborhood, school, etc. ). Social Studies includes a variety of environmental topics. Learning these, kids develop awareness about their natural, social and cultural environment.

Welcome to the Class 4 Social Studies course! In this academic journey, students will embark on a fascinating exploration of the world around them, gaining insights into various aspects of society, history, geography, and culture. The curriculum for Class 4 Social Studies is designed to foster a deep appreciation for diversity, promote critical thinking, and lay the groundwork for a lifelong understanding of the interconnectedness of our global community.

Course Objectives:

1. Developing a Sense of Time and Place:
– Explore historical events, figures, and timelines to understand the evolution of societies.
– Develop map-reading skills to comprehend the geographical context of different regions.

2. Cultivating Cultural Awareness:
– Explore diverse cultures, traditions, and customs from around the world.
– Foster an appreciation for the richness of cultural heritage.

3. Understanding Social Structures:
– Learn about different social institutions such as family, school, and community.
– Understand the roles and responsibilities of individuals within these structures.

4. Introduction to Citizenship:
– Instill values of good citizenship, community involvement, and respect for others.
– Explore the concept of rights, responsibilities, and civic duties.

5. Introduction to Economics:
– Develop basic economic concepts, such as needs, wants, goods, and services.
– Understand the concepts of trade, barter, and the role of money in a simple economy.

Key Topics:

1. History:
– Ancient civilizations and their contributions.
– Key historical events and figures.
– Understanding timelines and historical context.

2. Geography:
– World maps, continents, and oceans.
– Basics of physical geography, including mountains, rivers, and climates.
– Exploring different regions and their unique characteristics.

3. Culture:
– Diversity in cultures and traditions.
– Celebrations, festivals, and customs around the world.

4. Social Structures:
– The role of family, school, and community.
– Understanding the dynamics of social relationships.

5. Citizenship and Civic Education:
– Rights and responsibilities of citizens.
– Community participation and the importance of civic engagement.

Teaching Methodologies:

1. Interactive Learning:
– Engaging activities, group discussions, and hands-on projects.
– Interactive games and simulations to enhance understanding.

2. Multimedia Resources:
– Utilization of multimedia tools, videos, and visual aids to make learning dynamic.
– Virtual tours and online resources to explore various cultures and historical sites.

3. Real-life Connections:
– Connecting classroom learning to real-world scenarios and experiences.
– Inviting guest speakers or organizing field trips to enhance understanding.

4. Assessment Strategies:
– Continuous assessments, quizzes, and project-based evaluations.
– Encouraging self-reflection and collaborative assessments.


The Class 4 Social Studies course aims to inspire curiosity, critical thinking, and a sense of responsibility towards the world. By exploring diverse cultures, understanding historical contexts, and learning about social structures, students will develop a foundation for becoming informed and engaged global citizens. Get ready for an exciting journey of discovery and learning!

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What Will You Learn?

  • Social sciences are a group of academic disciplines that focus on how individuals behave within society.
  • Careers in social work and economics are among some of the fastest-growing industries in India.
  • Social sciences give us a better understanding of how to create more inclusive and effective community.
  • The course offers the child with a variety of important lessons about Plants, Water, Air, Soil, Human Body, Clothes, School, Cultural Environment etc..
  • The subject helps improve the child’s awareness about the environment around.
  • Learning made simple and fun by experts at ADMIRE.
  • Interactive learning experience.

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