1. Place Value and Money

- Place value
- Compare, order, and round whole numbers and money

2. Operations and Algebraic Reasoning
- Add and subtract whole numbers
- Multiplication and division basic facts
- Algebraic reasoning


3. Multiplication of Whole Numbers
- Multiply by 1-digit numbers
- Multiply by 2-digit numbers

4. Division of Whole Numbers
- Understand division
- Divide by 1-digit divisors
- Number theory and averages
- Divide by 2-digit divisors


5. Measurement and Graphing
- Customary and metric measurement
- Time and temperature
- Collect and analyze and graph data

6. Geometry and Measurement
- Plane figures
- Congruence, symmetry, and transformation
- Perimeter, area, and volume


7. Fractions and Decimals
- Understand fractions and decimals
- Add and subtract fractions and decimals


8. Probability/Algebra and Graphing
- Probability
- Algebra and graphing


1. Speaking and Listening

- listen in order to understand and respond appropriately in

  a variety of situations for a variety of purposes
- use speaking skills and strategies appropriately to

  communicate with different audiences for a variety

  of purposes

2. Reading

- read and demonstrate an understanding of a variety of

  literary, graphic, and informational texts, using a range of

  strategies to construct meaning
- recognize a variety of text forms, text features, and

  stylistic elements and demonstrate understanding of how

  they help communicate meaning
- use knowledge of words and cueing systems to read


3. Writing

- generate, gather, and organize ideas and information to write

  for an intended purpose and audience
- draft and revise their writing, using a variety of informational,

  literary, and graphic forms and stylistic elements appropriate

  for the purpose and audience
- use editing, proofreading, and publishing skills and strategies,

  and knowledge of language conventions, to correct errors,

  refine expression, and present their work effectively


1. Life Science

- World of living things

   * identify camouflages and environments of living things
   * life cycles of plants (ferns)
   * materials that flow through vascular plants
   * animal migration

- Looking at Ecosystems

   * non living factors affect the environment
   * discover plants, animals, and interactions in different

   * ecosystems
   * ecosystems and food webs

2. Earth Science

- Earth’s changing surface

   * formation of sinkholes
   * recycling plants jobs
   * what causes earthquakes
   * formation of volcanoes

- Weather and Space - Identify

   * evaporation and condensation
   * moon changes and phases
   * planets in the solar system, eclipses, and constellations

3. Physical Science

- Matter and energy

   * movement occurring in matter
   * separating mixtures
   * melting and boiling points
   * sound energy into mechanical energy
   * energy from heat transformed into energy of motion

- Forces and Motion

   * identify water currents and electrical currents
   * forces affect acceleration
   * mass, force and acceleration
   * simple machines


1. Early Human Kind

- Identify how early humans adapted to their environments
- Identify the different environments of early human kind
- Locate places on a map by longitude and latitude

2. Mesopotamia, Egypt, Kush
- Identify patterns of development with in these ancient

- Examine the cultures and innovations of these ancient

- Identify ideas that ancient civilizations borrowed from each


3. The Ancient Hebrews
- Examine the Ancient Hebrew culture and the creation of

- Identify beliefs and customs and the important role in the

  development of the culture of the ancient Hebrews
- Identify different beliefs and languages of the middle east

4. The Ancient Greeks
- Examine ancient government and leadership from ancient

- Examine Ancient Greece philosophy, beliefs, and buildings
- Create an understanding of time zones around the globe

5. Early Civilizations of India and China
- Gather information about geography and cultures of India and China
- Examine ideas, achievements and history of early people
- Examine ideas of government, religion, and society

6. The Development of Rome

- Examine important people, places, and events of Ancient

- Identify the actions of individuals and their effects on

  Ancient Rome as it changed from a monarchy to a republic

  to an empire


1. Body Systems

- Identify the different systems in the human body and the

  roles they play in staying healthy including the nervous,

  circulatory, digestive, skeletal, and muscular systems.
- Increase knowledge of personal health so the students can

  understand how to live a healthy life independently and be

  able to make good choices in regards to their health in their

  lives as young adults.
- Identify the different parts of teeth

2. Healthy Choices

- Identify the connections between the food choices made

  and the health of the individual

3. Safety

- Practice safety in the home and in the community and use

  living skills to address personal safety and injury prevention
- Identify diseases and learn the steps that may be taken to 

  avoid them and understanding the spread of diseases

  throughout the world.
- Identify the influences affecting tobacco, alcohol, and drug

  use, and the effects of use and learning successful methods

  to prevent use.

4. Living in a Healthy Community

- Living in a healthy community and maintaining an being a

  productive and positive member of society.
- Identify the physical, interpersonal, and emotional aspects of



1. Elements

- Identify monochromatic color schemes
- Emotional quality of lines
- Distinguish between relief and free standing sculpture
- Demonstrate awareness that the overlapping of shapes is

  one way of creating the illusion of depth
- Identify a variety of art tools, materials, and techniques to -

  create different effects

2. Creative Work

- Make artistic choices in their work
- Produce two - and three - dimensional works of art that

  communicate thoughts and feelings


1. Locomotion Skills

- activities designed to increase motor skills and overall

  physical fitness

2. Manipulation Skills

- activities designed to control objects such as balls and



3. Stability Skills

- activities designed to increase balance, coordination,

  and stability


4. Sports and games

- Soccer
- Dodgeball
- Fitness
- Running and racing
- Gymnastics and tumbling
- Handball
- Badminton
- Swimming


Grade 4