Subject
English
Math
Material covered
 Genre: Realistic Fiction, Expository Text, Folktale
 Comprehension skills: Main Idea and Key Details, Point of View, Compare and
Contrast
 Vocabulary: List 1-5; Suffixes, Root Words, Prefixes
 Phonics: r-Controlled Vowels, Prefixes dis-, mis-, pre-, Diphthongs, Variant
Vowels /u/, Plural Words, Variant Vowel /ô/
 Spelling: List 1-6
 Grammar: Future Tense Verbs, Linking and Helping Verbs, Singular and Plural
Pronouns, Subject and Object Pronouns, Adjectives and Articles, Adjectives
that Compare
 Writing: Opinion Letter
Related Standards and lessons are in Chapters 1 to 12
Place Value:
 3 digit numbers
 Forms of numbers
Addition and subtraction:
 Rounding 3-digit numbers to the nearest 10 or 100
 Properties of addition
 Add and subtract 3-digit numbers
 Estimate the difference
 One and two-step problem solving
Multiplication:
 Relate addition to multiplication
 Use models to represent multiplication
 Properties of multiplication
 Time tables 1 – 10
 One and two-step problem solving
 Find the unknown factor
 Multiply multiples of 10 by 1-digit number
Division:
 Model division
 Division strategies:
 Equal groups, arrays, relate multiplication and division, related facts
 Division by 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7, 8, 9, 10
Fractions:
 Understand and Compare Fractions
Measurements:
 Tell time to the minute using a.m. and p.m.
Science
S.S.
 Measure and use time intervals in problem solving
 Estimate and measure length.
 Estimate and measure mass
 Use four operations in solving liquid, volume and mass problems.
Data:
 Use scale to make picture and bar graphs
 Use picture and bar graph to solve problems.
 Use and make line plot.
 Solve problems using data.
Geometry:
 Point and types of lines
 Types of angles
 Describe plane shapes
 Describe angles in plane shapes
 Identify polygons and describe their sides
 Classify and draw quadrilaterals
 Investigate and find perimeter of polygons.
 Find unknown side length
 Investigate and find area of rectangles.
 Investigate sides of rectangle with same perimeter, different area and the
opposite.
Unit 7: Water And Weather
 Lesson 2: What is weather?
 Lesson 3: How can we measure weather?
Unit 5: Changes To Earth Surface
 Lesson 2: How does Earth’s surface change slowly?
 Lesson 3: How can we model erosion?
 Lesson 4: How does Earth’s surface change quickly?
Unit 9: Matter:
 Lesson 1: What are some physical properties?
 Lesson 2: What are the states of matter?
 Lesson 3: What physical properties can we observe?
 Lesson 4: What are some changes to matter?
 Lesson 5: What changes can we observe?
Unit 10: Simple Compound Machine
 Lesson 1: What are simple machines?
 Lesson 2: What are some other simple machines?
UNIT 3: Communities Over Time:
Chapter 5: Our History Through Time And Place
 Lesson 1: Communities Through Time
 Lesson 2: People Bring Changes
 Lesson 3: Inventions in Communities
 Lesson 4: Communities Long Ago (Ancient China and Mali only)
 Additional Lesson: China and Mali: Then and Now (use PowerPoint)
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Chart and Graph Skills: Read a Timeline
Critical Thinking Skills: Compare Primary and Secondary Sources
Chart and Graph Skills: Read a Flowchart
Vocabulary: Chapter 5:Lessons 1-4 (including Chart/Graph Skills and Critical
Thinking Skills Vocabulary)
UNIT 6: Working in Communities:
Chapter 11: Working in Our Communities
 Lesson 1: Workers and Consumers
 Lesson 2: How Business Works
 Lesson 3: Trading with the World
 Lesson 4: New Inventions
 Map and Globe Skills: Read a Land Use and Products Map
 Vocabulary: Chapter 11, Lessons 1-4 (including Map/Globe Skills)
Leçons:
 Les affaires scolaires
 Les matières scolaires
 Les jours de la semaine
 Les mois de l’année
 Les saisons
 La famille
 Les vêtements
Grammaire:
 Verbe aller
 Verbe faire
 Les adjectifs possessifs (mon, ma, mes,etc.)
 Les articles contractés ( au/ à la / à l’ / aux )
Production: ( Dictée )
 Les affaires scolaires: (un crayon, un stylo, une gomme, une trousse, un livre,
une règle, un cartable)
 Les jours de la semaine: (Lundi, Mardi, Mercredi, Jeudi, Vendredi, Samedi,
Dimanche)
 Les vêtements: (un pantalon, un short, un t-shirt, une robe, une jupe, une
blouse, des chaussures)
 La famille: (mon père, ma mère, mon frère, ma sœur)
 Les saisons: (en été, il fait chaud. /en automne, il fait du vent/en hiver, il fait
froid, au printemps, il fait beau.)
 Voir le fascicule et les fiches de révision.
Good Luck