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Focus on building foundational language skills through phonics, reading, literature, grammar, composition, and poetry, with a progression from basic phonograms to reading children’s novels and analyzing literary elements, all aimed at nurturing students’ aesthetic sense, moral imagination, and proficiency in language arts.

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Engage with real-world examples of order, including understanding the passage of time through celestial movements, recognizing patterns in nature, exploring living versus non-living entities, studying light and sound, investigating forces, and delving into the structure and functions of the human body, fostering wonder into the world through a scientific lens.

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Build on foundational math concepts by exploring numbers up to 120 using concrete and pictorial representations, investigating number relationships, employing various addition and subtraction strategies, and beginning to grasp abstract mathematical concepts, while also delving into early measurement skills, geometry, and data representation.

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Geography and history studies facilitate understanding of the physical and cultural world, encompassing spatial awareness, map skills, human-environment interactions, and the development of civilizations from ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia to European exploration of the Americas, fostering both geographical orientation and cultural understanding essential for global citizenship.

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