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  • Add and subtract numbers to 10,000
  • Memorize and master multiplication facts up to 12 
  • Multiply multi-digit numbers by a single-digit number 
  • Identify written and spoken numbers up to 100,000
  • Divide multi-digit numbers by a single-digit number 
  • Use measuring tools to calculate volume, area, length, and height 
  • Work on simple fractions and decimals 
  • Predict patterns in shapes and numbers 
  • Relate numbers to everyday situations 
  • Explore fables, legends, myths, poems, and plays
  • Practice critical thinking and comprehension skills
  • Strengthen effective reading strategies 
  • Identify the main idea and supporting detail
  • Draw inferences and understand cause and effect
  • Understand sequencing, character identification, and point of view
  • Participate in novel study, reading groups, and read alouds
  • Build stamina as an independent reader
  • Write a formal informational paragraph using transitions 
  • Use correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar
  • Master the writing process: pre-write, outline, draft, revise, edit, and publish 
  • Use dialogue and figurative language in creative writing and poetry 
  • Develop spelling, note-taking, and cursive hand-wiring skills
  • Write in a variety of styles: informative, narrative, opinion, and creative 
  • Use journals to practice personal writing and handwriting skills 
  • Use outlines or notes to write a well-structured story or book report
  • Read world maps and find locations on a globe 
  • Learn about California Native American groups and their cultures
  • Learn about explorers and the economy and government of early settlements 
  • Study landforms, bodies of water, deserts, valleys, weather, and erosion
  • Greetings and common phrases 
  • Colors, numbers, shapes, and sizes
  • The alphabet and subject pronouns
  • Body parts and clothing 
  • Feelings and favorite things
  • The calendar, four seasons, and weather changes
  • Animals (domestic, farm, exotic)
  • Food, fruits, and vegetables
  • Family and members of the community
  • Objects in the home and school
  • Motor skills and movement patterns  
  • Throwing and catching  
  • Combining balanced and weight transfers  
  • Running  
  • Game strategies and tactics  
  • Sportsmanship
  • Identify rocks and minerals 
  • Understand how plants reproduce, including pollination and fruiting
  • Predict weather from studying clouds, wind, and other weather clues
  • Understand the invisible pushes and pulls that operate in the world 
  • Identify how animals and their habitats change over time
  • Conduct experiments, test a hypothesis, and reflect on results
  • Coding with Blockly, including loops, Boolean values, and functions
  • Programming games 
  • Engineering challenges like completing the circuit 
  • Keyboarding/Typing practice 
  • Animal adaptations, evolution, and survival 
  • Laws of motion: Flight and Bernoulli’s Principle in fluid dynamics 
  • Computer navigation such as saving documents and creating folders
  • Personal interests and ideas of self 
  • Visual representation through maps and diagrams
  • Presenting art and artist statements 
  • Complex sculpture techniques. 
  • History and traditions of different cultures 
  • Text and literature as a form of art
  • Proportion, form, and movement in art. 
  • Evaluate artwork with criteria
  • 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: violin or cello
  • Develop bow hold and instrumental techniques 
  • Learn beginner songs off by heart
  • Prepare for and participate in an end of year performance
  • Singing, folk dancing, and drum circle
  • 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