4th and 5th Grade
Curriculum and Classroom Studies
Language Arts: Students study fiction, non-fiction, poetry, fables and more during the school year. They learn the parts of speech and practice their language skills by writing sentences, paragraphs, essays, and short stories. Students further develop their writing and reading dexterity by completing research projects. Students use their spelling and vocabulary words in all writing assignments.
Our Language-Arts program includes reading, phonics, vocabulary, grammar, spelling, handwriting, creative writing, and public speaking.
Science: Student study ranges from Biology, Physiology, Environmental Science, Physical and Earth Science, Meteorology and Astronomy in the upper grades depending upon the year. Pictured above are two students from the 4th and 5th grade class learning how to wield the power of the sun’s heat, burning leaves with a magnifying glass.
Math: Students learn to master their math facts, study math theory, and apply math skills in word problems using Saxon Math curriculum.
Social Studies: Students study Europe during the Middle Ages, the Native Americans, exploration of “new” worlds, and the settling and development of the United States.
Bible: The Old and New Testament are taught including application of scripture to daily life and the memorization of scripture.