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Scholars engage with exemplary literature and poetry, participate in phonics and spelling exercises, study grammar through sentence diagramming, and practice composition skills, culminating in the analysis and imitation of great works, fostering comprehensive language proficiency and literary appreciation.

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A review fundamental arithmetic skills and place value, delve into fractions to establish proportional reasoning, and progress to decimals, geometry, and measurement conversion throughout the year.

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Study the structure-function relationship in organisms, energy transfer, wave properties, human anatomy, plant-animal interdependence, Earth’s changes, and natural resource usage.

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Geography introduces physical features and geography concepts, followed by an exploration of Ancient African Kingdoms, medieval European history, Chinese dynasties, and the American Revolution, with a thematic emphasis on origins connecting each unit.

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