Social Science Grade 5 Social Studies students engage in an “across the curriculum format” to broaden interests in self awareness, family, school, community, country, people, holidays, and family or cultural traditions.
Science Grade 5 Science focuses on Physical Science. Topics include: Interpreting graphs and tables, temperature, chemistry and matter, states of matter, sound, energy, mass, weight, density, buoyancy, barometric pressure, gravity, inertia, force, speed, velocity, acceleration, magnets, electrical circuits, batteries, and electromagnets.
ELS (English Language Skills) Grade 5 Language Skills reinforce previously learned skills and introduces new concepts that enhance spelling, reading, grammar, and writing. Spelling skills include: phonics, visual memory and discrimination, compound words, word endings, affixes, roots and derivatives. Reading skills include: vocabulary, context clues, sequencing, synonyms, and antonyms. Grammar skills include: punctuation, types of sentences, conjunctions, parts of speech, verb tenses, capitalization, quotations, and double negatives. Writing skills include: acrostic poems, narrative, persuasive, expository, express opinion, letter writing, compare and contrast, organizing, and charting.
Mathematics Grade 5 Mathematics students learn new key math skills and reinforce previously learned skills needed for secondary math courses. Skills include whole numbers, decimals, number theory, fractions, percent, probability, data analysis, making and using charts and graphs, Geometry, and measurement.
Social Studies Grade 4 Social Studies is an introduction to the United States government and its presidents. Students expand their map skills to other parts of the world.
Science Grade 4 students are introduced to a variety of science areas as a foundation for content specific science topics. Activities provide hands-on lessons that can be done at home, as well as text assignments, on the following topics: fossils, animals, birds, insects, human body, nutrition, plants, solar system, earth, weather, magnets, electricity, and machines.

Reading Grade 4 Reading presents a variety of fiction and non-fiction reading selections that include skill focused activities in comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency. Phonics, grammar, and spelling are interwoven into the lessons. Comprehension skills include recalling details, making connections, sequencing, character traits, categories, drawing conclusions, inference, graphs, critical thinking, context clues, realism, fantasy, fact vs. opinion. Vocabulary skills include synonyms and antonyms, figurative language, word meanings, analogies, context, homophones. Fluency skills include reading with expression and accuracy.

Students are required to write eight (8) book reviews from book selections at their appropriate reading level.

Mathematics Grade 4 Mathematics students gain a solid foundation in multiplication, division, factors, statistics, patterns, comparison, decimals, measurement, data and analysis. Students use all skills to solve application problems.
ELS (English Language Skills) Grade 4 English Language Skills introduces new grammar and writing skills as a complement to reading. Short reading selections are the theme for each lesson in spelling, grammar and writing. Reading and vocabulary skills are interwoven into the lessons. Spelling skills include phonics, vowel sounds, consonants, blends, digraphs, compound words, r-controlled, affixes, auditory discrimination. Grammar skills include types of sentences, punctuation, parts of speech, possessive, tenses, quotations, and titles. Writing skills include sentence and paragraph structure through several types of writing experiences.