|Math||Manipulatives: Addition & subtraction of whole numbers, patterning, time, money, geometric shapes & problem solving.||Manipulatives: Addition & subtraction with regrouping, 2 & 3 digit addition & subtraction, money, time, graphing, probability, geometry, measurements, fractions, & problem solving.||Developmentof addition, subtraction, multiplication, division facts with regrouping, fractions, geometry, money, time, graphing, probability, and measurements with emphasisonproblem solving strategies.||Continued development of multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, mental computation, geometry, and measurement with emphasis on problem solving strategies.||Adding and subtracting large numbers, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals, analyzing and graphing data, probability, metric and customary units, fractions, and percent- ages with an emphasis on problem solving strategies.|
|Language Arts||Phonics, structure analysis, vocabulary & reading comprehension, literary genres, writing process, spelling, listening & speaking skills, grammar & handwriting.||Phonics, structure analysis, vocabulary & reading comprehension, literary genres, writing process, spelling, listening & speaking skills, grammar & introduction to cursive handwriting.||Emphasison decoding, fluency, reading comprehension strategies and skills, vocabulary, spelling, grammar, composition in a variety of genresand styles. Development of cursivehandwriting.||Literature-based instructional program with emphasison reading comprehension strategies and skills, development of vocabulary, spelling, grammar, writing process, compositionin a variety of genres and styles. Bridge between knowledge-basedgrammar school programs to process-based logic school programs.||Literature-based instructional program with emphasis on reading comprehension strategies and skills, development of vocabulary, spelling, grammar, writing process, composition in a variety of genres and styles. Bridge between knowledge-based grammar school programs to a process-based logic school program.|
|Science||The 5 senses, living things, natural changes, materials & objects, & things that make sound.||Bones and muscles, health, andsafety, animals, liquids and solids,positionand motion, buoyancy and boats.||Circulatory and respiratory, system, plants, heat and temperature, natural resources and birds (including incubation of baby chicks).||Organ systems, ecosystems, light, sound, rock, minerals, and insects.||Endocrine and reproductive systems, nutrition, human cells, agricultureand forestry, motion and forces, space, and things that move.|
|Social Studies & Geography||History: Study of early civilizations in Asia, NorthAmerica,Australia, and Europe.
World Geography with an emphasis on continents, oceans, & map skills.
|History: Study of Ancient Egypt integrated with the Old Testament.
Geography: Continent of Africa, & map skills.
|History: Study of Ancient Greece and Rome integrated with the New Testament.
Geography: Continent of Asia, & map skills.
|History: Middle Ages to Renaissance and Reformation.
Geography: Continent of Europe, & map skills.
|Geography: Western Hemisphere|
|Fine Arts||Art: Students begin a spiral curriculum designed to build on their early art experiences. Students continue the study of the art elements: color, shape, texture, value, form and space, gathering facts about these elements and developing skills which allow them to express their creativity. Students will experience drawing, painting,sculpting and an introduction to famous artists and their work.
Music: Students begin a spiral curriculum designed to build on their early music experiences. Students are introduced to the basic elements of music such as pitch, rhythm, tone, color, dynamics, form, and texture.These elements are taught through movement, listening activities, playing instruments, and musical games. Each grade level attends a musical field trip during the year.
|Art: Students continue to develop artistic skills and are challenged to begin to express their individual ideas through their art. Students will experience more advanced techniques using a variety of media.
Music: Students continue to develop musical skills which increase in complexity and variety.
|Physical Education & Health||Rehearse locomotors/stability skills: Learn manipulative skills and creative movement. Develop and use skills, understand fitness and the body. Integrate movement education with other learning.||Develop quality in manipulative skill patterns: Develop specific motor abilities. Produce integrative movement skills. Build strength and flexibility. Share talents and integrate activities with other learning. Christian responsibility in fitness & play.||Team sports skill education: Build strength, flexibility, and cardiorespiratory endurance. Form teamwork and integrate activities with other learning. Christian responsibility in fitness and play.|
|Bible/Chapel||Bible Memory: God's purpose for His people, which continues through history with emphasis on Old Testament stories. Weekly chapel.||Bible Memory: God preserves His people; New Testament lessons on Jesus' parables, His life and ministry, wise ways of living (book of James). Weekly chapel.||Bible Memory: History of Israel from the exodus through the period of the judges. Weekly chapel.||Bible Memory: Facts about the Bible as a book; history of Israel from the kings and prophets through the re-building of Jerusalem. Weekly chapel.||Bible Memory: Study of various kinds of writing in the Bible, in-depth study of the book of Psalms. Weekly chapel.|