Curriculum Overview

    Social Studies

    Students will compare and contrast communities from the past with the present and future.
    Students will compare communities around the world with our community.
    Students will learn our country's beginning history, as well as how its government operates.
    Students will learn geography skills such as using maps and globes.
    Students will also discuss current events.


    Students will learn critical skills needed to do basic computation and problem solving.
    Topics will include Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Time, Data Interpretation, Graphs, Geometry, Measurement, Probability, Fractions, and Decimals.

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    Students will develop the skills through hands on activities to help them think like a scientist.
    Students will complete Explore Activities, Quick Labs, and Inquiry Skill Builders.
    Topics will include Plants and Animals, Our Earth, Cycles on Earth and in Space, Forces and Motion, and Matter and Energy.

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    Language Arts

    Language Arts will focus on Vocabulary Building, Phonemic awareness, Comprehension Strategies, and Writing Skills.