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Groundwork for all subjects by fostering language arts proficiency, introducing storytelling structure and artistic language examples, and guiding students from phonograms to reading children’s novels, focusing on phonics, literature, grammar, and poetry.

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Expands upon foundational skills, covering numbers up to 1000, mental math strategies, addition and subtraction up to four digits, introduction to multiplication and division, and various applications including time, measurement, shapes, and data analysis.

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Explores matter interactions, temperature-induced changes, organism responses to time, habitat analysis, natural area exploration, lightning’s electric evidence, magnet roles, human body organization, nutrition importance, fostering inquiry, collaboration, and reflection.

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History and Geography encompasses spatial awareness, human-environment interaction, cultural relationships, and various historical regions and civilizations, including continents, oceans, Early Asian, Modern Japanese, and Ancient Greek civilizations, as well as US historical events such as The Constitution, Westward Expansion, the Civil War, and biographies.

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