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  • Build fluency with the multiplication and division processes
  • Develop problem-solving strategies to solve word problems 
  • Regrouping in addition and subtraction 
  • Multiply multi-digit numbers by two-digit numbers
  • Divide to find quotients involving multi-digit dividends and by two-digit divisors
  • Use reading comprehension strategies to make sense of texts
  • Use schema and make connections between texts
  • Use figurative language to visualize and deepen understanding in texts
  • Make inferences to think more deeply in narrative and expository texts
  • Understand story elements and use them to understand and remember information
  • Explore main ideas and support thinking with evidence from texts
  • Summarize texts and retell stories
  • Participate in read-alouds, small group work, and independent reading
  • Learn new vocabulary and use strategies to find the meaning of unknown words
  • Develop the writing process: pre-write, draft, revise, proofread, and publish.
  • Focus on ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions
  • Focus on sentence structures, grammar usage, capitalization, and punctuation
  • Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
  • Write essays of three to five paragraphs
  • California Native Americans
  • Spanish and European exploration and control
  • California missions: origins and history
  • Mexican governmental decisions and control
  • Americanization with westward expansion
  • California statehood
  • Gold Rush
  • Transportation changes that led to change
  • Basic structure of the U.S. government
  • Spanish grammar
  • Sentence structure and punctuation
  • Introduction to conjugating of verbs
  • Time telling
  • Learn basic vocabulary like animals, colors, and numbers
  • Ask and answer simple questions in Latin
  • Share basic ideas about themselves and others
  • Read stories with repetitive vocabulary, such as Rufus Lutulentus
  • Practice pronunciation of classical Latin
  • Learn about Ancient Roman sights like the Pantheon
  • Motor skills and movement patterns  
  • Ball control
  • Passing and receiving  
  • Combining balanced and weight transfers  
  • Throwing and catching  
  • Game strategies and tactics
  • Demonstrating personal responsibility  
  • Develop sportsmanship 
  • Circuits and electricity 
  • The rock cycle, natural history, geology, and fossils 
  • Engineering challenges that solve real problems 
  • Potential and kinetic energy
  • Traditional and digital animation 
  • The United Nation's Global Goals for Sustainability
  • Tending to the school garden and chickens 
  • Google Suite, including docs, slides, and Google Classroom
  • Collaborate to solve design problems for individual and group projects 
  • Use critiques from adults and peers to improve ideas, process, and artwork
  • Develop skills with value and contrast with their art
  • Begin learning techniques involving textiles 
  • Introduction to color theory and its uses in art 
  • Additive and subtractive sculptures
  • Different types of religious art
  • Create characters, stories, and design elements 
  • Perform in one drama production a year
  • Demonstrate use of body and voice to communicate
  • Examine performance skills
  • Critically respond, offering comments and observations
  • Instrumental music, focusing on strings
  • Introduce the viola and string bass
  • Begin to study musical notation
  • Prepare for and participate in an end of year performance
  • Whole-class singing focused on California history
  • Participate in drum circles
  • We feature a wide variety of books
  • We go once a week for a read aloud and to check out books
  • We encourage questions and model reading strategies
  • We have character-based discussions
  • We have a large selection of books including fiction, nonfiction, and reference materials There are many Newbery and Caldecott winners in our holdings
  • The librarian is able to refer our students to many diverse books to students
  • There is a different display each month of theme-based artifacts
  • Informed by our Episcopal identity
  • Once a week gathering with kindergarten through fifth-grade students
  • Once a week gathering with all grades
  • Time to reflect, pray, learn, and acknowledge events in the lives of students
  • Celebrate birthdays and communal events
  • Led by school chaplain with the assistance of the student chaplains
  • Guest speakers are welcomed to discuss different aspects of faith
  • Families and friends are welcome