3rd & 4th Grade
The world of knowledge and information open up as students use their reading skills to learn about the world and its people. Reading and writing expectations are upgraded with the addition of weekly book reports along with their reading logs. Students are taught how to research, write, and then creatively implement their findings in projects during the course of the year. The Literature-Based Pathways language arts curriculum insures that a standards are well addressed.
In math, the curriculum focuses on basic multiplication, division, geometry, measurement, fractions, and mastering the word problem. Students are able to master multiplication and division and apply it to everyday life situations. Students are also taught how to work together in group projects in an effort to teach collaboration, trust, and respect.
History comes alive as students dive into lessons about geography, U.S. states, and more.
Students also learn fractions, multiples, geometric concepts, and early algebraic thinking.
Science concepts include: Molecules to Organisms: Structures and Processes, Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics, Heredity: Inheritance and Variation of Traits, Life: Origins, Unity, and Diversity.