Math
Fundamentals of Decimal System
 Counting 1  1,000
 Skip Counting 110's
 Place Value up to 9,999
 Exchanging
Operations  Addition
 Addition up to 24digit addends static (Golden Beads, Stamp Game, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Addition of 24 digit addends dynamic (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Addition of Multiple Addends
 Memorization of Math Facts  Addends between 110 (Addition Strip Board, Addition Snake Game, Bead Bars, Flash Cards, Games, Addition Charts, etc)
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Subtraction
 Subtraction up to fourdigit numbers static (Golden Beads, Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Subtraction of two fourdigit numbers dynamic (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Memorization of Math Facts  1 18 (Subtraction Strip Board, Bead Bars, Negative Snake Game, Flash Cards, Subtraction Cards, etc.)
 Missing Subtrahend, Minuend and Difference
 Passage to Abstraction  Static and Dynamic
Operations  Multiplication
 Process of Multiplication
 Multiplication of a fourdigit number by a onedigit multiplier (Golden Beads, Stamp Game, Small Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Memorization of Math Facts Tables 110: (Bead Chains, Bead Bars, Multiplication Charts, Flash Cards, Decanomial, Games, etc.)
 Missing Factors
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Division
 Process of Division
 Division of a 4 digit number without a remainder (Golden Bead, Stamp Game, Racks & Tubes, Golden Mat)
 Basic Division Facts 19 (Unite Division Board, Division Chart, Flash Cards, Games, etc.)
Fractions
 Introduction to Fractions
 Recognition of Fractions: Concrete Material and Symbol
 Fraction Skittles
 Fraction Circles
 Equivalences
 Fractions: Addition with Like Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fractions: Subtraction of Like Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Rounding Numbers
Problem Solving
 Addition Word Problems
 Subtraction Word Problems
 Patterns
Money
 Identifying Units of Currency
 Counting Money
 Making Change
 Adding Money
 Subtracting Money
Measurement
 Linear Measurement: Inch, Foot, Yard and Mile
 Using a ruler and yardstick
 Liquid: Cup, Pint, Quart & Gallon
 Dry: Tsp., Tbsp., & Cup
 Weight: Ounce, Pound
 Volume: Sensorial
 Temperature: Fahrenheit
 Practical Applications: Cooking and Science
Graphing
 Line Graphs
 Picture Graphs
 Bar Graph
Inequalities
 Greater Than
 Less Than
 Equal to...
Geometry
 Recognition and Nomenclature of Geometric Figures  3D
 Geometric Cabinet
 Solid, Line and Point
Language
Speaking Skills
 Oral Reports
 Public Speaking
 Participating in group discussions
Listening Skills
 Following Directions
 Verbal Comprehension
Comprehension
 Identifying Character's Feelings/Motives/Traits/Behaviors
 Summarizing Plot
 Identifying Problems
 Predictions
 Locating the Answer
 Getting the Facts
 Drawing Conclusions
 Working within Words
 Following Directions
 Sequencing
Handwriting
 Metal Insets
 Upper Case Manuscript
 Lower Case Manuscript
 Correct Spacing
Word Attack Skills
 Blends
 Digraphs
 Phonograms
 Short Vowel
 Long Vowel
 Silent E
 Puzzle Words
 Dipthongs
Grammar
 Function of Words (noun, article, adjective, verb, and pronoun)
Reading
 Simple Sentences
 Phonetic Readers
 Simple NonPhonetic Readers
 Silent Reading
 Language Series
 Read Aloud/Literature Study
 Dolch Word Lists
Word Study
 Compound Words
 Contractions
 Antonyms
 Synonyms
 Dictionary Skills
 Alphabetizing
Spelling
 Rhyming Words
 Word Families
 Sight Words
Punctuation
 Periods
 Question Marks
 Exclamations
 Paragraph Indentation
Capitalization
 Proper Nouns
 Initial Word
 Pronoun I
Creative Writing
 Journals
 Simple Sentences
 Logical Noun Phrases
 Friendly Letter
 Paragraph
 Writing Workshop/Editing
 Webbing
Vocabulary
 Based on units of study in various curricula areas
History of Writing
History
Time
 Hours
 Minutes
 Seconds
 Passage
 Linear Calendar
 Days of the Week
 Months of the Year
 Seasons
 Personal Timeline
 Telling Time: NonDigital & Digital (Hour, HalfHour, Quarter Hour, Five Minutes, Minute)
 BC/AD
Prehistory
 Big Bang/Creation Stories
 Formation of the Solar System
 Formation of the Earth
 Long Black Line
 Clock of Eras
 Timeline
Citizenship
Geography
Political Geography
 Continents (indepth study of two continents per year)
 Puzzle Maps
 Outline Maps
 Compass Directions/Skills: North, South, East & West, Intermediate Directions
 Map Skills: Classroom Mapping, School Mapping
 Flag Study: Flag as Symbol, Parts, Flags of relevant continents studied
Physical Geography
 Land and Water Forms: Cape, Bay, Island, Lake, Isthmus, Strait, Gulf, Peninsula
 Climates: Study relevant climates of continents being studied
 Environments/Biomes: Study relevant climates of continents being studied
Cultural Geography
 Needs of People: Introduction to Material/Spiritual Needs  Shelter, Clothing, Transportation, SelfDefense, Food, Art, Music, Government, Beauty, Religion
 Holiday Study
Note: The continents are studied in a 3year cycle. Year one includes North America and Europe. Year two includes Asia, Australia and Antarctica. Year three includes South America and Africa.
Science
Zoology
 Living/Nonliving
 Vertebrate/Invertebrate
 Plant/Animal
 Five Kingdoms
 Invertebrates  External Parts & Common Characteristics
 OneCelled Animals
 Porifera: Sponges
 Coelenterates: Jellyfish, anemones
 Who Am I?
 Tree of Life
 Classification Chart
Botany
 Plant Identification Level I
 Parts of a Plant
 Roots: Parts & Types
 Stems: Parts & Types
 Bulb: Parts & Types
 Leaves: Parts & Types
 Flower: Parts & Types
 Fruit: Parts & Types
 Seeds: Parts & Types
Physical Science
 Light: Eye, Color, Reflection, Refraction, Shadows, Camera, Sundial
 Physics: Simple Machines, Technology
 Chemistry: Freezing, Melting, Currents, Matter, Mixtures, Solutions, Compounds, Periodic Table
 Sound: Ear, Vibrations, Sound Waves, Pitch, Frequency
 Electricity: Static Electricity, Batteries, Resistance, Conductor/Insulator, Open/Closed Circuit, Series/Parallel Circuit, Magnetism
 Energy: Types: Potential/Kinetic, Atomic/Nuclear, Mechanical, Electrical, Magnetic, Thermal, Chemical and Conservation
Note: The science curriculum follows a threeyear cycle. Year one includes light and physics. Year two includes energy and chemistry. Year three includes sound and electricity.
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Math
Fundamentals of Decimal System
 Counting 1  1,000
 Skip Counting 110's
 Place Value up to 9,999,999
 Hierarchy of Decimal System Material
 Ordinal Numbers
Operations  Addition
 Addition up to 24digit addends static (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Addition of 24 digit addends dynamic (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Addition of Multiple Addends
 Memorization of Math Facts  Addends between 110 (Bead Bars, Flash Cards, Games, Addition Charts, etc.)
 Associative and Commutative Properties of Addition
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Subtraction
 Subtraction up to fourdigit numbers static (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Subtraction of two fourdigit numbers dynamic (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Memorization of Math Facts 118 (Bead Bars, Negative Snake Game, Flash Cards, Subtraction Cards, etc.)
 Missing Subtrahend, Minuend and Difference
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Multiplication
 Multiplication of a 4digit number by a 1digit multiplier (Stamp Game, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Checkerboard, Golden Mat)
 Multiplication of a 4digit number by 2digit multiplier (Stamp Game, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Checkerboard, Golden Mat)
 Memorization of Math Facts Tables 110: (Bead Bars, Multiplication Charts, Flash Cards, Decanomial, Games, etc.)
 Missing Factors
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Division
 Process of Division
 Division of a 2 digit number without a remainder (Golden Bead, Stamp Game, Racks and Tubes, Stamp Game, Golden Mat)
 Division up to a 2 digit number with a remainder (Golden Beads, Racks and Tubes, Stamp Game, Golden Mat)
 Division Memorization  Facts of Divisors 19 (Unit Division Board, Division
Fractions
 Introduction to Fractions
 Recognition of Fractions: Concrete Material and Symbol
 Fraction Skittles
 Fraction Circles
 Equivalences
 Fraction Circle Box
 Fractions: Addition with Like Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fractions: Subtraction of Like Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fractions: Addition with Unlike Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fractions: Subtraction with Unlike Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fraction Equivalences: (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Rounding Numbers
Problem Solving
 Addition Word Problems
 Subtraction World Problems
 Multiplication Word Problems
 MultiStep
 Patterns
 Tables
Money
 Identifying Units of Currency
 Counting Money
 Making Change
 Adding Money
 Subtracting Money
 Multiplying Money
Measurement
 Linear Measurement: Inch, Foot, Yard, and Mile
 Liquid: Cup, Pint, Quart and Gallon
 Dry: Teaspoon, Tablespoon, and Cup
 Using a Trundle Wheel
 Weight: Ounce, Pound
 Volume: Sensorial
 Temperature: Fahrenheit
 Practical Applications: Cooking and Science
Graphing
 Line of Graphs
 Picture Graphs
 Bar Graph
 Ordered Pairs
Inequalities
 Greater Than
 Less Than
 Equal To...
Geometry
 Recognition and Nomenclature of Geometric Figures  3D
 Lines
 Angles
 Can Identify Regular Polygons through the Decagon
 Can Identify Irregular Polygons through the Decagon
 Can Identify Quadrilaterals
 Construction of Geometric Figures
 Calculator Skills
Language
Speaking Skills
 Oral Reports
 Public Speaking
 Participating in Group Discussions
Listening Skills
 Following Directions
 Oral Comprehension
Comprehension
 Identifying Character's Feelings/Motives/Traits/Behaviors
 Summarize Plot,
 Identifying Problems
 Predictions
 Locating the Answer
 Getting the Facts
 Drawing Conclusions
 Working within Words
 Following Directions
 Sequencing
 Inferences
 Using the Context
Sentence Analysis
Handwriting
 Upper Case Manuscript
 Lower Case Manuscript
 Upper Case Cursive
 Lower Case Cursive
 Correct Spacing
Word Attack Skills
 Blends
 Digraphs
 Phonograms
 Short Vowel
 Long Vowel
 Silent E
 Puzzle Words
 Dipthongs
Grammar
 Function of Words  (Preposition, Conjunction, and Interjection)
 Grammar Boxes  (Noun, Article, Adjective, Verb and Pronoun)
Reading
 Simple Sentences
 Phonetic Readers
 Simple NonPhonetic Readers
 Silent Reading
 Language Series
 Read Aloud/Literature Study
 Dolch Word List
Word Study
 Compound Words
 Contractions
 Antonyms
 Synonyms
 Dictionary Skills
 Classification
 Homophones
 Thesaurus
 Prefix
 Suffix
Spelling
 Rhyming Words
 Word Families
 Sight Words
 Phonetic Words
Punctuation
 Periods
 Question Marks
 Exclamations
 Paragraph Indentation
 Commas
 Quotation Marks
Capitalization
 Proper Nouns
 Initial Word
 Pronoun I
 Proper Adjectives
Alphabetization
 First, Second and Third Letter
Creative Writing
 Journals
 Simple Sentences
 Logical Noun Phrases
 Friendly Letter
 Paragraph
 Writing Workshop/Editing
 Webbing
Vocabulary
 Based on units of study in various curricula areas
History of Writing
History
Time
 Hours
 Minutes
 Seconds
 Passage
 Linear Calendar
 Days of the Week
 Months of the Year
 Seasons
 Personal Timeline
 Telling Time: Nondigital and Digital (Hour, Halfhour, Quarter Hour, Five Minutes, Minute)
 Fundamental Tenses
 BC/AD
Prehistory
 Big Bang/Creation Stories
 Formation of the Solar System
 Formation of the Earth
 Long Black Line
 Clock of Eras
 Timeline
Solar System
 Copernican Theory of Revolution
 Study of Nine Planets
 Revolution of the Plants
 Diameter of Planets
 Relative Size of Planets
 Mass of Planets
 Distance of Planets
 The Sun
 Stars
Citizenship
Science
Zoology
 Five Kingdoms
 Five Classes of Vertebrates Review of External Parts: Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
 Identification of Common Vertebrates: Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
 Continuation of Invertebrates
 Annelids
 Platyhelminthes
 Aschelminthes
 Arthropods: Insects, Crustaceans
 Mollusks: Snail, Clam, Octopus, Squid
 Echinoderms: Starfish, Sea Urchin, Sand Dollar
 Defense & Camouflage
 Animal Classification Charts
 Tree of Life
Botany
 Pollination
 Germination
 Photosynthesis
 Thallophytes: Algae, Fungi, Lichen
 Bryophytes: Liverworts, Mosses
 Pteridophytes: Ferns, Horsetails, Clubmosses
 Gymnosperms
 Angiosperms
 Tree of Life
 Classification Chart
Physical Science
 Light: Eye, Color, Reflection, Refraction, Shadows, Camera, Sundial
 Physics: Simple Machines, Technology
 Chemistry: Freezing, Melting, Currents, Matter, Mixtures, Solutions, Compounds, Periodic Table
 Sounds: Ear, Vibrations, Sound Waves, Pitch, Frequency
 Electricity: Static Electricity, Batteries, Resistance, Conductor/Insulator, Open/Closed Circuit, Series/Parallel Circuit, Magnetism
 Energy: Types: Potential/Kinetic, Atomic/Nuclear, Mechanical, Electrical, Magnetic, Thermal, Chemical and Conservation
Note: The science curriculum follows a threeyear cycle. Year one includes light and physics. Year two includes energy and chemistry. Year three includes sound and electricity.
Geography
Political Geography
 Continents: (indepth study of two continents per year)
 Puzzle Maps
 Outline Maps
 Compass Directions/Skills: N,S,E, & W, NE, NW, SE, SW
 Maps Skills: Atlas Skills, Street Maps, Highway Maps, Contour Map
 Flag Study: Flag as Symbol, Parts, Flags of Relevant Continents Studied
Physical Geography
 Land and Water Forms: Cape, Bay, Island, Lake, Isthmus, Strait, Gulf, Peninsula
 Land, Water & Air
 Interior of the Earth: Layers of the Earth
 Geographical Features: Mountains, Foothills, Valley, Plateau, Canyon, Mesa, River, Volcano, Crater Lake, Archipelago, System of Lakes
 Volcanoes: Parts of a Volcano
 Climates: Study Relevant Climates of Continents Being Studied
 Environments/Biomes: Study Relevant Climates of Continents Being Studied
Cultural Geography
 Needs of People: Introduction to Material/Spiritual Needs  Shelter, Clothing, Transportation, SelfDefense, Food, Art, Music
 Holiday Study
Note: The continents are studied in a 3year cycle. Year one includes North America and Europe. Two year includes Asia, Australia and Antarctica. Year three includes South America and Africa.
Math
Fundamentals of Decimal System
 Counting 11,000
 Skip Counting 110's with number rolls
 Place Value up to 9,999,999
 Hierarchy of Decimal System Material
Operations  Addition
 Addition up to 7digit addends static (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Addition of 7digit addends dynamic (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Addition of Multiple Addends
 Memorization of Math Facts  Addends between 118 (Bead Bears, Flash Cards, Games, Addition Charts, etc.)
 Associative and Commutative Properties of Addition
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Subtraction
 Subtraction of two fourdigit numbers static (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Subtraction of two fourdigit numbers dynamic (Stamp Game, Dot Board, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Golden Mat)
 Memorization of Math Facts 118 (Bead Bars, Negative Snake Game, Flash Cards, Subtraction Cards, etc.)
 Missing Subtrahend, Minuend and Difference
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Multiplication
 Multiplication of a 7digit number by a 1digit multiplier (Stamp Game, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Checkerboard Golden Mat)
 Multiplication of a 7digit number by 2digit multiplier (Stamp Game, Small Bead Frame, Large Bead Frame, Checkerboard Golden Mat)
 Memorization of Math Facts Tables 110 (Bead Bars, Multiplication Charts, Flash Cards, Decanomial, Games, etc.)
 Missing Factors
 Passage to Abstraction
Operations  Division
 Process of Division
 Division of a 7 digit number without a remainder (Golden Bead, Stamp Game, Racks and Tubes, Golden Mat)
 Division up to a 7 digit number with a remainder (Golden Beads, Racks and Tubes, Stamp Game, Golden Mat)
 Division Memorization  Facts of Divisors 1 9 (Unit Division Board, Division Chart, Flash Cards, Games, etc.)
 Rules of Divisibility
Fractions
 Introduction to Fractions
 Recognition of Fractions: Concrete Material and Symbol
 Fraction Skittles
 Fraction Circles
 Equivalences: (Fraction Circles, Mortenson, Fraction Circle Box)
 Count 1/2 to 1/10
 Fractions: Addition with Like Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fractions: Addition with Unlike Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fractions Subtraction with Unlike Denominators (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Fractions: Multiplication (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Mixed Numbers: Reading, Addition and Subtraction (Fraction Circles, Fraction Circle Box)
 Rounding Numbers: 1,10,100 and 1,000
Problem Solving
 Addition Word Problems
 Subtraction Word Problems
 Multiplication Word Problems
 MultiStep
 Reverse Order
 Simplify
 Middle Answer
 Extra Information/Missing/Extra
Money
 Identifying Units of Currency
 Counting Money
 Making Change
 Adding Money
 Subtracting Money
 Multiplying Money
Measurement
 Linear Measurement: Inch, Yard, and Mile
 Liquid: Cup, Pint, Quart and Gallon
 Dry: Tsp., Tbsp., and Cup
 Using a Trundle Wheel
 Weight: Ounce, Pound
 Volume: Sensorial
 Temperature: Fahrenheit
 Practical Applications: Cooking and Science
Graphing
 Line Graphs
 Picture Graphs
 Bar Graphs
 Number Lines
Inequalities
 Greater Than
 Less Than
 Equal to...
Geometry
 Recognition and Nomenclature of Geometric Figures  3D
 Lines
 Angles
 Can Identify Regular Polygons through the Decagon
 Can Identify Irregular Polygons through the Decagon
 Can Identify Quadrilaterals
 Construction of Geometric Figures
 Congruence, Similarity and Equivalence
 Symmetry
 Can Identify Triangles by Sides and Angles
 Protractors
 Powers
 Squaring: Bead Bars and Bead Cabinet
 Cubing: Bead Bars and Bead Cabinet
Area
 Area of Square
 Area of Rectangle
Volume
Decimal Fractions
 Introduction
 Nomenclature and Recognition of Fractions up to .9999
 Addition of Decimals (Pegs, Abstract)
 Subtraction of Decimals (Pegs, Abstract)
 Multiplication of Decimals (Pegs, Abstract)
Language
Speaking Skills
 Oral Reports
 Public Speaking
 Participating in Group Discussions
Listening Skills
 Follows Directions
 Oral Comprehension
Comprehension
 Identifying Character's Feelings/Motives/Traits/Behavior
 Summarizes Plot
 Identifying Problems
 Predictions
 Locating the Answer
 Getting the Facts
 Drawing Conclusions
 Working within Words
 Following Directions
 Sequencing
 Identifying Inferences
 Using the Context
Sentence Analysis
 Simple and Compound Sentences
Handwriting
 Upper and Lower Case Cursive
 Margins
 Correct Spacing
 Correct Letter Size
 Calligraphy
Word Attack Skills
Grammar
 Grammar Boxes (Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction, Interjection)
Reading
 Language Series
 Chapter Books
 Fictional and NonFictional
 Read Aloud
 Dolch/High Frequency
Word Study
 Contractions
 Synonyms
 Antonyms
 Syllabication
 Suffixes
 Prefixes
 Homonyms
 Root Words
 Dictionary Skills
 Thesaurus
Spelling
 Rhyming Words
 Word Families
 Sight Words
 Spelling Series
Punctuation
 Periods
 Question Marks
 Exclamations
 Paragraph Indentation
 Commas
 Quotation Marks
 Semicolon
Capitalization
 Proper Nouns
 Initial Word
 Pronoun I
 Proper Adjectives
Alphabetization
 First, Second, Third and Fourth Letter
Creative Writing
 Journals
 Simple and Complex Sentences
 Friendly Letter
 Business Letter
 Paragraph Development
 Writing Workshop/Editing
 Webbing
 Outlining
Research
 Paraphrasing
 Atlas
 Glossary
 Index
 Table of Contents
 Bibliography
 Almanac
Vocabulary
 Based on Units of Study in Various Curricula Areas, Vocabulary Series
Geography
Political Geography
 The continents are studied in a 3year cycle. Year one includes North American and Europe. Year two includes Asia, Australia and Antarctica. Year three includes South America and Africa.
 Continents: (Indepth study of two continents per year)
 Pin Maps (Countries, Capitals, Waterways, Geographical Features and Islands)
 Compass Directions/Skills: N,S,E, and W, Intermediate Directions
 Map Skills: Distance and Scale, Direction and Map Keys, Resource Maps, Landform Maps, Contour Maps, Route Maps, Grids, Equator, Prime Meridian, Hemispheres, Longitude, Latitude, Graphs, Orienteering
Physical Geography
 The physical geography curriculum is cycled on a three year basis. Year one is the lithosphere; year two is the hydrosphere and atmosphere.
 Lithosphere: Formation of the Earth, Earth Layers, Composition of the Earth, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Formation of Mountains, Parts of the Crust, Composition of Rocks, Types of Rocks, What is a Rock, Rock Cycle, Minerals, Mohs Hardness Scale.
 Atmosphere: Earth's insulation. Composition of the Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Earth's Magnetosphere, Aurora, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Clouds, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Precipitation, Barometer, Weather Maps, Oxygen/Nitrogen, Cycle, Wind Currents, Formation of Wind, High/Low Pressure, Wind Belts, Land Breeze, Sea Breeze, Greenhouse Effect.
 Hydrosphere: Water Cycle, Ocean Currents, Types of Water: Freshwater and Saltwater, Acid Rain, Aquifers, Dams, Reservoirs.
 The climates/biomes units of study are based on the continents being studied: Africa (desert); South America (rainforest); North America and Europe (temperate); and Antarctica (arctic).
 Climates: Study relevant climates of continents being studied
 Environments/Biomes: Study relevant climates of continents being studied
Cultural Geography
 Needs of People: Boxes for material/spiritual needs  Shelter, clothing, transportation, selfdefense, food, art, music, government, beauty, religion, holidays.
Science
Zoology
 Five Kingdoms
 Five Classes of Vertebrates; review of external parts: Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
 Internal Anatomy of Vertebrates: Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
 Continuation of Invertebrates
 Annelids
 Platyhelminthes
 Aschelminthes
 Arthropods: Insects, Crustaceans
 Mollusks: Snail, Clam, Octopus, Squid
 Echinoderms: Starfish, Sear Urchin, Sand Dollar
 Defense and Camouflage
 Animal Descriptive Stories
 Animal Classification Charts
 Tree of Life
Botany
 Pollination
 Germination
 Photosynthesis
 Thallophytes: Algae, Fungi, Lichen
 Bryophytes: Liverworts, Mosses
 Pteridophytes: Ferns, Horsetails
 Gymnosperms
 Angiosperms
 Tree of Life
 Classification Chart
Physical Science
 Light: Eye, Color, Reflection, Refraction, Shadows, Camera, Sundial
 Physics: Simple Machines, Technology
 Chemistry: Freezing, Melting, Currents, Matter, Mixture, Solutions Compounds, Periodic Table
 Sound: Ear, Vibrations, Sound Waves, Pitch, Frequency
 Electricity: Static Electricity, Batteries, Resistance, Conductor/Insulator, Open/Closed Circuit, Series/Parallel Circuit, Magnetism
 Energy: Types: Potential/Kinetic, Atomic/Nuclear, Mechanical, Electrical, Magnetic, Thermal, Chemical and Conservation
Note: The science curriculum follows a threeyear cycle. Year one includes light and physics. Year two includes energy and chemistry. Year three includes sound and electricity.
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