This curriculum is an overview of expectations of 4th graders in the major subject areas. Lessons are aligned with state and district standards.
- Reading: The goal in reading is for students to become independent readers. This subject area focuses on the following: vocabulary/word analysis, fluency, comprehension of literary and informational text.
- Writing: Students use the elements or traits of effective writing (ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions) in daily writing lessons. Students improve their skills through a variety of writing applications.
- Math: The goal in math is for students to understand math concepts and make connections between math and everyday life. Students learn: number sense/operations, data analysis and probability, patterns/algebra/functions, geometry/measurement, mathematical structure/logic.
- Social Studies: Students study the history, government, and geography of Arizona in a variety of activities.
- Science: The following are the science kits presented in 4th grade: Every Drop Counts, Variables, Survivor, Earth, Wind & Fire, Energy & Magnetism.
|Terri Huish||Rm. 19||472-7719|
|Lisa Kaupke||Rm. 20||472-7720|
|Shelly Brown||Rm 21||472-7721|
|Brenna Flynn||Rm. 108||472-7698|