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Elementary Scope & Sequences

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts of print
  • Demonstrate phonological awareness
  • Decode grade-appropriate words using knowledge of phonics and word analysis skills: consonant sounds, long and short vowel sounds, CVC words, vowel teams
  • Recognize and read grade-level high frequency words with automaticity
  • Describe the main characters, setting, and important events in a story
  • Explain the roles of author and illustrator of a story
  • Identify rhyme in a poem
  • Use titles, headings, and illustrations to confirm the topic of texts
  • Identify the topic of and multiple details in a text
  • Explain the difference between opinions and facts on a topic
  • Identify and explain descriptive words in a text
  • Retell a text orally to enhance comprehension
  • Use topic and details to tell about informational texts
  • Compare and contrast characters experiences in a stories
  • Identify and sort common words into basic categories
  • Recognize and appropriately use grade-level vocabulary in speaking and writing
  • Print all upper- and lowercase letters
  • Using a combination of drawing and writing, create narratives with the events in chronological order
  • Using a combination of drawing and writing, express opinions about a topic or text with at least one supporting reason
  • Using a combination of drawing and writing, provide factual information about a topic
  • Write various forms of poetry
  • Write friendly letters
  • Utilize the writing process
  • Present information orally
  • Follow the rules of English grammar: proper nouns, simple verb tenses, complete sentences, possessives, plurals, plural nouns, contractions, pronouns, commas, interjections, plural possessives
  • Utilize multimedia in writing
  • Count the number of objects in a group and represent the number of objects in written form
  • Identify positions of objects within a sequence using ordinal numbers
  • Compare the number of objects in two groups
  • Count forward within 100
  • Count backward within 20
  • Represent whole numbers with numbers, objects, drawings, and equations
  • Locate, order, and compare numbers using the number line
  • Add two whole numbers and related subtraction facts
  • Find the number that makes ten when added to the given number
  • Solve addition and subtraction real-world problems using objects, drawings, or equations to represent the problem
  • Explain why addition and subtraction problems are true
  • Identify the attributes of a single object that can be measured
  • Express the length of an object using non-standard units of measurement
  • Compare two objects based on measured attributes
  • Identify two- and three- dimensional figures
  • Compare two- and three- dimensional figures based on their similarities and differences
  • Find real-world objects that can be modeled by a two- or three- dimensional figure
  • Combine two-dimensional figures to form a given composite figure
  • Compare and sort objects into categories and compare the categories
  • Explore concepts of time to the hour
  • Explore the value of coins and bills
  • Recognize the five senses and related body parts
  • Observe characteristics of of plants and animals
  • Observe that things that make sound vibrate
  • Investigate how things move in different ways
  • Observe how objects can be pushed or pulled
  • Sort objects by observable properties
  • Recognize that the shape of materials can be changed
  • Explore the Law of Gravity
  • Recognize the repeating pattern of day and night
  • Recognize the function of the sun
  • Recognize the function of the moon
  • Make observations of the nature world
  • Keep records of investigations conducted
  • Recognize God created the earth and all within it
  • Create a timeline
  • Develop an awareness of primary sources
  • Compare families and children of today with those in the past
  • Recognize the importance of celebrations and national holidays
  • Compare our nation’s holidays with holidays of other cultures
  • Listen to and tell stories about people in the past who show character ideals and principles including honesty, courage, and responsibility
  • Recognize the importance of U.S. symbols
  • Explain that calendars represent days of the week and months of the year
  • Explain the function of maps
  • Identify cardinal directions
  • Differentiate between land and water on simple maps
  • Locate and describe places in the school and community
  • Know one’s own phone number, street address, city or town
  • Know that Florida is the state in which the student lives
  • Identify basic landforms
  • Identify basic bodies of water
  • Describe and give examples of seasonal weather changes
  • Describe different jobs people do
  • Recognize United States currency
  • Identify the difference between basic needs and wants
  • Define and give examples of rules and laws and why they are important
  • Demonstrate the characteristics of being a good citizen
  • Demonstrate how to resolve conflict among friends
  • Describe fair ways for groups to make decisions
  • Bible Survey
  • Creation and Fall
  • Noah
  • Abraham
  • Joseph
  • Moses
  • Joshua
  • Ruth
  • David
  • Elijah
  • Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection
  • Holiness
  • Self-Control
  • Obedience
  • Trust
  • Peace
  • Forgiveness
  • Dependability
  • Confidence
  • Loyalty
  • Friendliness
  • Reverence
  • Joy
  • Kindness
  • Compassion 

  • Locate the title, table of contents, names of author(s) and illustrator(s), and glossary of books
  • Demonstrate phonological awareness
  • Decode grade-appropriate words using knowledge of phonics and word analysis skills: consonant digraphs, trigraphs, & blends; r-controlled vowels; one-syllable words; inflectional endings; final -e; vowel teams
  • Read grade level texts with accuracy, automaticity, and appropriate expression
  • Identify and describe main story elements
  • Identify and explain the moral of the story
  • Explain who is telling the story using context clues
  • Identify stanzas and line breaks in poems
  • Use text features to demonstrate understanding of texts
  • Identify the topic and relevant details
  • Explain similarities and differences between information provided in visuals and words in an informational text
  • Identify an author’s opinion about the topic
  • Identify and explain descriptive words and phrases in texts
  • Retell a text in oral or written form to enhance comprehension
  • Compare and contrast two texts on the same topic
  • Identify and use base words and inflections
  • Determine the meaning of multiple meaning and unknown words using grade-appropriate strategies
  • Print all upper- and lowercase letters
  • Write narratives that retell two or more sequenced events
  • Write opinions about a topic
  • Write expository texts about a topic
  • Write book reports
  • Write various forms of poetry
  • Write how-to articles
  • Write friendly and business letters
  • Write book recommendations
  • Utilize the writing process
  • Develop and give oral presentations
  • Follow the rules of English grammar: proper nouns, simple verb tenses, complete sentences, possessives, plurals, plural nouns, contractions, pronouns, commas, interjections, plural possessives
  • Conduct and present research
  • Utilize digital writing tools
  • Read and write numbers to 100 using standard form, word form, and expanded form
  • Count forward and backwards with 120 by ones
  • Develop an understanding of ordinal numbers
  • Skip count by 2’s and 5’s to 100
  • Compose and decompose two-digit numbers in multiple ways
  • Plot, order, and compare whole numbers to 100
  • Recall addition facts with sums to 10 and related subtraction facts with automaticity
  • Add two whole numbers with sums up to 20 and subtract using related facts
  • Identify the number that is one more, one less, ten more, and ten less than a given two-digit number
  • Add a two-digit number and a one-digit number with sums to 100
  • Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number
  • Develop an understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction
  • Find the sum of three or more numbers
  • Solve real-world addition and subtraction problems 
  • Determine whether addition and subtraction equations are true or false
  • Determine the unknown number in an addition or subtraction equation
  • Estimate and measure the length of objects 
  • Compare and order the measurements of up to three different objects
  • Solve one-step and two-step real-world measurement problems
  • Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks
  • Identify coins and their values
  • Find the value of a combination of coins up to a dollar
  • Find the value of a combination of bills up to one hundred dollars
  • Identify, compare, and sort two-and three- dimensional figures based on attributes
  • Sketch two-dimensional figures
  • Compose and decompose two- and three- dimensional figures
  • Identify lines of symmetry for a two-dimensional figure
  • Find the perimeter of a polygon
  • Collect, represent, and interpret data
  • Partition shapes into two and four equal-sized parts
  • Raise questions and conduct investigations about the natural world
  • Using the five senses make observations of living things 
  • Keep records of investigations
  • Identify and describe the basic functions of the parts of the body
  • Identify the major parts of plants
  • Differentiate between living and nonliving things
  • Recognize the basic needs of all living things
  • Demonstrate and describe how various objects move
  • Demonstrate and describe how objects can be pushed or pulled
  • Sort objects by observable properties
  • Identify the states of matter
  • Explore the Law of Gravity
  • Identify the properties of the sun
  • Observe and discuss stars
  • Recognize the need for water
  • Recognize the basic natural resources
  • Understand water safety 
  • Recognize the features of the four seasons
  • Identify the basic functions of weather
  • Develop an understanding of primary sources
  • Utilize informational sources to locate information about  a historical topic
  • Understand history tells a story
  • Compare life now with the past
  • Identify celebrations and national holidays
  • Identify people of the past who have demonstrated honesty, courage, and responsibility
  • Distinguish between historical fact and fiction
  • Order events that have occurred in school, home, or community
  • Create a timeline based on the student’s life
  • Utilize a political and cultural map to locate places in Florida
  • Identify key elements of maps and globes
  • Construct a basic map and corresponding key
  • Identify physical features on a map
  • Locate on a map a student’s local community, Florida, Atlantic Ocean, and Gulf of Mexico
  • Describe how weather, location, and environment affect a community
  • Recognize the function and purpose of money
  • Distinguish between examples of goods and services
  • Recognize the importance of saving money
  • Explain the importance of rules and laws
  • Give examples of community members who have power and authority in the community
  • Explain the rights and responsibilities of students in the community
  • Define and apply the characteristics of responsible citizenship
  • Recognize symbols and individuals that represent the United States
  • Genesis
  • Creation 
  • Noah 
  • Abraham 
  • Isaac 
  • Jacob 
  • Joseph
  • Obedience
  • Reverence
  • Loyalty
  • Compassion
  • Gratitude

  • Decode grade-appropriate words using knowledge of phonics and word analysis skills: vowel teams, vowel diphthongs, two-syllable words with long and short vowels, open and closed syllables, consonant -le, common prefixes and suffixes, silent letter combinations
  • Read grade level texts with accuracy, automaticity, and appropriate expression
  • Identify plot structure
  • Describe story elements in a literary text
  • Identify and explain a theme in a literary text
  • Identify different characters perspectives in a literary text
  • Identify rhyme schemes in poems
  • Explain how text features contribute to meaning of a text
  • Identify the central idea and relevant details in a text
  • Explain how relevant details support the central idea in a text
  • Explain the author’s purpose in an informational text
  • Explain an author’s opinion and supporting evidence
  • Identify and explain similes, idioms, and alliteration in text
  • Retell a text to enhance comprehension
  • Compare and contrast important details presented by two texts on the same topic
  • Identify and use base words and affixes to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words
  • Determine the meaning of multiple meaning and unknown words using grade-appropriate strategies
  • Demonstrate legible printing skills
  • Write personal and fictional narratives
  • Write opinions about a topic
  • Write expository texts about a topic
  • Write book reports
  • Write how-to articles
  • Write news stories
  • Write friendly and business letters
  • Write biographical essay
  • Utilize the writing process
  • Develop and give oral presentations
  • Follow the rules of English grammar: plurals, contractions, pronouns, commas, plural possessive, interjections, verb tenses, complete sentences, compound sentences, plural pronouns
  • Conduct and present research
  • Utilize digital writing tools
  • Read and write numbers to 1,000 using standard form, word form, and expanded form
  • Compose and decompose three-digit numbers in multiple ways
  • Plot, order, and compare whole numbers to 1,000
  • Round whole numbers 0 to 100
  • Recall addition facts with sums to 20 and related subtraction facts with automaticity
  • Identify the number that is ten more, ten less, one hundred more, and one hundred less than a three-digit number
  • Add two whole numbers with sums up to 1,000.
  • Subtract two whole numbers each no larger than 1,000
  • Solve one- and two- step real-world addition and subtraction problems 
  • Determine whether addition and subtraction equations are true or false
  • Determine the unknown number in an addition or subtraction equation
  • Develop a basic understanding of multiplication and division
  • Estimate and measure objects utilizing various units of measurement
  • Compare the measurements of two different objects
  • Solve one-step and two-step real-world measurement problems
  • Tell and write time to the nearest five minutes using analog and digital clocks
  • Solve one-step and two-step real-world addition and subtraction problems involving money
  • Identify and draw two-dimensional figures based on attributes
  • Categorize two-dimensional figures based on attributes
  • Identify lines of symmetry for a two-dimensional figure
  • Find the perimeter of a polygon
  • Collect, categorize, represent, and interpret data
  • Partition shapes into two, three or four equal-sized parts
  • Raise questions and conduct investigations about the natural world
  • Recognize and explore the role of scientists
  • Distinguish human body parts and their functions
  • Observe and describe the major stages in the life cycles of plant and animals
  • Compare and contrast the basic needs of all living things
  • Recognize and explain habitats of living things
  • Investigate and describe the structures and functions of plants
  • Discuss the use of different forms of energy in daily life
  • Investigate the effect of pushing or pulling an object
  • Explore the concept of gravity
  • Demonstrate the impact of magnets to move objects
  • Demonstrate the principles of motion
  • Observe and measure objects in terms of their properties
  • Recognize the three states of matter
  • Identify materials and objects as solid, liquid, or gas
  • Observe and describe water in its three states
  • Measure and compare the volume of liquids
  • Measure and compare temperature in a room
  • Recognize the earth is made up of rocks
  • Explain the origin and process of soil formation
  • Classify soil types
  • Compare and describe patterns in nature that repeat themselves
  • Investigate the water cycle
  • Investigate that air is all around us
  • State the importance of preparing for severe weather conditions
  • Examine primary and secondary sources
  • Utilize informational sources to locate information about  a historical topic
  • Compare the cultures of Native American tribes from the United States
  • Describe the impact of immigrants on Native Americans
  • Discuss why immigration occurred in the past and continues today
  • Explore daily life of people during the colonial period
  • Discuss the important of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty to early immigration in America
  • Explain the contributions of immigrants in the past and today
  • Identify terms and designation of time sequence
  • Use different types of maps
  • Label a map with continents, oceans, Equator, Prime Meridian, North Pole, and South Pole
  • Use a map to locate specific locations
  • Recognize how people supply goods and services
  • Recognize how the United States exchanges goods and services with other countries
  • Explain the benefits and costs of saving and spending
  • Explain why governments are formed
  • Explain the importance of rules and laws
  • Identify what it means to be a citizen of the United States
  • Define and apply the characteristics of responsible citizenship
  • Explain the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen of the United States
  • Evaluate the contributions of various African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, veterans, and women
  • Identify the purpose of the Constitution
  • Recognize symbols, individuals, events, and documents that represent the United States
  • Exodus
  • Egyptian captivity 
  • Moses and the exodus
  • Wilderness wandering
  • Joshua 
  • Judges
  • Joy
  • Trust
  • Humility
  • Compassion

  • Decode grade-appropriate words using knowledge of phonics and word analysis skills
  • Read grade level texts with accuracy, automaticity, and appropriate expression
  • Explain how characters develop throughout the plot of a literary text
  • Explain a theme and its development
  • Explain characters perspectives in a literary text
  • Identify types of poems: free verse, rhymed verse, haiku, and limerick
  • Explain how text features contribute to meaning of a text
  • Identify the text structures of chronology, comparison, and cause/effect
  • Identify the central idea
  • Explain how relevant details support the central idea in a text
  • Explain the development of author’s purpose in an informational text
  • Identify an author’s claim and how the author uses evidence to support the claim
  • Identify and explain metaphors, personification, and hyperbole in text
  • Summarize a text to enhance comprehension
  • Compare and contrast how two authors present information on the same topic
  • Compare and contrast how two authors present the same theme
  • Learn and apply knowledge of common Greek and Latin roots and affixes
  • Determine the meaning of multiple meaning and unknown words using grade-appropriate strategies
  • Demonstrate cursive writing
  • Write personal and fictional narratives
  • Write opinions about a topic
  • Write expository texts
  • Utilize the writing process
  • Develop and give oral presentations
  • Follow the rules of English grammar: verb tenses, irregular plural nouns, irregular verbs, modifiers, prepositions, prepositional phrases, compound sentences, quotation marks, commas, clauses, conjunctions, appositives, principal modals
  • Conduct and present research
  • Utilize digital writing tools
  • Read and write numbers to 10,000 using standard form, word form, and expanded form
  • Compose and decompose four-digit numbers in multiple ways
  • Plot, order, and compare whole numbers to 10,000
  • Round whole numbers 0 to 10,000
  • Add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers
  • Explore multiplication of two whole numbers and related division facts
  • Multiply a one-digit whole number by a multiple of 10 or a multiple of 100 with procedural reliability
  • Multiply two whole numbers and divide using related facts with procedural reliability
  • Apply distributive property and properties of multiplication to solve problems
  • Solve one- and two- step real-world problems 
  • Utilize understanding of multiplication and division to identify unknown numbers
  • Identify equations as true or false based on the relationship between multiplication and division
  • Determine if numbers 1 to 1,000 are even or odd
  • Determine whether a whole number is a multiple of a given one-digit number
  • Identify, create, and extend numerical patterns
  • Represent and interpret fractions
  • Read and write fractions
  • Plot, order, and compare fractional numbers
  • Identify equivalent fractions
  • Collect, represent, and interpret numerical and categorical data
  • Measure utilizing various units of measurement
  • Solve real-word problems involving units of measurement
  • Tell and write time to the nearest minute using analog and digital clocks
  • Solve real-world problems involving elapsed time
  • Describe and draw various types of lines
  • Identify line types in two-dimensional figures
  • Identify and draw quadrilaterals
  • Draw lines of symmetry in two-dimensional figures
  • Find area of rectangles
  • Solve real-world problems involving perimeter and area
  • Calculate real-world problems involving money
  • Raise questions and conduct investigations about the natural world
  • Recognize and explore the role of scientists
  • Investigate and describe functions, behaviors, and structures of plants
  • Classify animals into major groups
  • Classify plants into major groups
  • Describe how plants and animals respond to changing seasons
  • Recognize how plants and animals use energy for survival
  • Explore ecosystems and habitats
  • Identify the basic forms of energy
  • Investigate, observe and explain concepts of light and heat
  • Measure and compare attributes of solids and liquids
  • Describe the changes water undergoes when it changes states of matter
  • Investigate the properties and functions of stars
  • Recognize the features and identity of the sun
  • Explore the Law of Gravity
  • Explore systems in the human body
  • Analyze primary and secondary sources
  • Utilize maps, tables, charts, graphs, and photos to analyze geographic information
  • Review map elements
  • Label continents and oceans on world map
  • Identify the purpose of maps
  • Explore concepts, functions, and features of maps
  • Label countries and commonwealths in North America
  • Identify the five regions of the United States
  • Label the states in each of the five regions of the United States
  • Describe the physical features of North America
  • Identify the landmarks in North America
  • Describe the natural resources and climate of North America
  • Investigate how people perceive places and regions differently from each other
  • Identify and explore explorations of various populations and their cultures in North America
  • List the characteristics of money
  • Identify the currencies use in North America
  • Recognize the concept of buying and selling goods and services
  • Explain the purpose and need for government
  • Explain the establishment of a government
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of citizens
  • Identify the levels of government
  • Describe the organization of local governments
  • Recognize the purpose of the United States and state Constitution
  • 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings 
  • Samuel 
  • King Saul 
  • King David 
  • King Solomon
  • Holiness
  • Confidence
  • Self-Control
  • Peace

  • Word analysis skills to decode grade-appropriate words
  • Read grade level texts with accuracy, automaticity, and appropriate expression
  • Analyze how setting, events, conflicts, and characters contribute to the plot of a literary text
  • Explain a stated or implied theme in a literary text
  • Identify the narrator’s point of view in a literary text
  • Explain how rhyme and structure create meaning in poetry
  • Explain how text features contribute to meaning of a text
  • Explain how relevant details support the central idea of a text
  • Explain author’s perspective toward a topic of an informational text
  • Explain author’s claim and evidence to support the claim
  • Explain how figurative language contributes to meaning of a text
  • Summarize a text to enhance comprehension
  • Compare and contrast the same events using primary and secondary sources
  • Learn and apply knowledge of Greek and Latin roots and affixes
  • Determine the meaning of multiple meaning and unknown words
  • Demonstrate cursive writing
  • Write personal and fictional narratives
  • Writing to make a claim
  • Write expository texts
  • Utilize the writing process
  • Develop and give oral presentations
  • Follow the rules of English grammar: subject-verb agreement, complete sentences, conjunctions, principal modals, appositives, clauses, verb tense, verbals, pronouns
  • Conduct and present research
  • Utilize digital writing tools
  • Recall multiplication and division factors up to 12
  • Add and subtract multi-digit numbers with decimals to the hundredths
  • Multiply and divide multi-digit whole numbers
  • Read and write numbers to 1,000,000 using standard form, word form, and expanded form
  • Plot, order, and compare multi-digit numbers up to 1,000,000
  • Plot, order, and compare decimals to the hundredths
  • Round multi-digit numbers from 0 to 10,000
  • Solve multi-step real world problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions
  • Demonstrate understanding of equality and operations with whole numbers
  • Determine factor pairs for a whole number 
  • Recognize numerical patterns
  • Measure attributes of objects
  • Convert measurement units
  • Solve two-step word problems involving money and time
  • Draw, classify, and measure angles
  • Calculate perimeter and area of rectangles
  • Collect and represent numerical data
  • Calculate the mode, median, or range of a data set
  • Model and express fractions
  • Identify and generate equivalent fractions
  • Plot, order, and compare fractions
  • Use decimals to represent fractions
  • Decompose fractions
  • Add, subtract, and multiply fractions
  • Identify and draw perpendicular and parallel lines
  • Explain symmetry and identify symmetric patterns
  • Explain and identify characteristics and behaviors of plants and animals
  • Research flowers in Florida
  • Compare and contrast the major stages in life cycles
  • Trace the flow of energy in the food chain
  • Investigate basic forms of energy
  • Investigate and explain sources of energy
  • Investigate and explain speed and motion
  • Identify the properties of the states of matter
  • Investigate and describe magnets
  • Recognize rotation and revolution of the earth
  • Observe patterns of the moon and stars
  • Investigate space research and impact on Florida economy and culture
  • Identify the three categories of rocks
  • Describe chemical and physical weathering processes
  • Identify resources available in Florida
  • Describe the physical properties of minerals
  • Conduct and explore scientific investigations
  • Develop timelines of Florida’s history
  • Utilize primary and secondary sources related to Florida history
  • Compare Native American tribes in Florida
  • Investigate the exploration of Florida
  • Investigate the development and early settlements of Florida
  • Investigate the cause and effect of the Seminole War
  • Describe pioneer life in Florida
  • Investigate the growth, challenges, and economic development of Florida through the periods of American history
  • Describe the contributions of immigrants and significant individuals on Florida's history
  • Explore the contributions to Florida’s economy
  • Explain florida’s impact on the national and international economy
  • Investigate weather patterns and their impact in Florida
  • Explore Biblical evaluations of events in Florida history
  • Locate and identify physical and cultural features of Florida on a map
  • Interpret physical and political maps
  • Define and explain the Florida Constitution 
  • Explore the issues and responsibilities of being a Florida citizen
  • Identify the three branches of Florida’s government
  • Distinguish between state and local governments
  • Identify the responsibilities of being a Christian citizen in society
  • Explore careers and ways to earn income
  • Explain the impact of buying goods and services
  • Identify ways people save
  • Explain and identify ways people use credit
  • Explain financial investments and the risks associated with investments
  • Major and Minor Prophets to the Northern and Southern Kingdoms 
  • Elijah 
  • Elisha 
  • Isaiah 
  • Jeremiah
  • Friendliness 
  • Honesty 
  • Kindness 
  • Forgiveness

  • Word analysis skills to decode grade-appropriate words
  • Read grade level texts with accuracy, automaticity, and appropriate expression
  • Analyze how setting, events, conflicts, and characters contribute to the plot of a literary text
  • Understand the themes within a literary text
  • Describe the development of characters in a literary work
  • Identify the purpose of poetic elements in poetry
  • Explain how text structures contribute to meaning of a text
  • Explain how details support the main idea of a text
  • Analyze author’s purpose of informational text
  • Track the development of an argument in informational text
  • Analyze how figurative language contributes to meaning of a text
  • Summarize a text to enhance comprehension
  • Compare and contrast informational text
  • Learn and apply knowledge of Greek and Latin roots and affixes
  • Determine the meaning of multiple meaning and unknown words
  • Demonstrate cursive writing
  • Write personal and fictional narratives
  • Writing to make a claim
  • Write expository texts
  • Utilize the writing process
  • Develop and give oral presentations
  • Follow the rules of English grammar: verb tense, appositives, main & subordinate clauses, conjunctions, verbals, comparative and superlative adjectives, pronouns, varied sentence structures
  • Conduct and present research
  • Utilize digital writing tools
  • Add and subtract multi-digit numbers with decimals to the thousandths
  • Multiply and divide multi-digit whole numbers
  • Read and write numbers to the thousandths using standard form, word form, and expanded form
  • Compose and decompose multi-digit numbers with decimals to the thousandths
  • Plot, order, and compare multi-digit numbers with decimals to the thousandths
  • Round multi-digit numbers with decimals to the thousandths
  • Multiply and divide fractions and decimals
  • Add and subtract fractions and decimals
  • Solve multi-step real world problems 
  • Understand equality, order of operations, and equivalent numerical expressions
  • Analyze patterns and relationships between inputs and outputs
  • Convert measurement unit to solve multi-step word problems
  • Solve multi-step word problems involving money
  • Identify and classify two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures
  • Calculate perimeter and area of rectangles
  • Calculate volume of right rectangular prisms
  • Understand coordinate planes and plotting pairs
  • Calculate the mean, mode, median, or range of a data set
  • Identify organs in the human body
  • Compare and contrast organs and structures of plants and animals
  • Describe adaptations and survival methods of animals and plants
  • Investigate basic forms of energy
  • Investigate and explain electrical energy
  • Investigate and explain force and motion
  • Compare and contrast the properties of matter
  • Explore the scientific theory of atoms
  • Investigate chemical changes
  • Recognize the features of a galaxy, planets, and the objects in our solar system
  • Explain the water cycle and the factors contributing to weather patterns
  • Conduct and explore scientific investigations
  • Utilize timelines to discuss history
  • Identify cultural aspects of ancient American civilizations and Native American tribes
  • Investigate European explorers and their adventures
  • Investigate colonial life in America
  • Investigate the events associated with and the significance of the American Revolution
  • Investigate the exploration of America and the Westward Expansion
  • Explore Biblical evaluations of events in American history
  • Locate and identify states, capitals, and territories of the United States
  • Interpret historical and current maps
  • Describe and identify the economic growth in America
  • Define and explain the Constitution and its structure
  • Describe the development, structure, and function of the U.S. government
  • Identify the responsibilities of being a Christian citizen in society
  • Study the Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John 
  • Jesus’ early life and ministry
  • Jesus calls disciples
  • Jesus’ teaching
  • Jesus’ death and resurrection
  • Orderliness 
  • Dependability 
  • Perseverance
  •  Initiative