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Foster children’s innate curiosity by engaging their senses, through hands-on activities and experiments, introducing foundational concepts such as motion, ecosystems, and the five senses.

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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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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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Curriculum expands on earlier topics such as forces, animal habitats, and human body systems, aiming for a deeper understanding through focused exploration, enriched vocabulary, and the development of observation, reasoning, and communication skills, while incorporating additional topics to enhance the overall learning experience.

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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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Explore Earth and the cosmos through experiments and discussions, starting with the solar system, delving into space’s vastness, investigating particles and atoms, exploring matter changes, ecosystems, spheres’ interactions, and concluding with environmental conservation studies.

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Life science that emphasizes a naturalist approach, focusing on classification of living things, particularly within Kingdom Animalia, through observation, communication, nature journaling, and labs, ultimately exploring various organisms and their environments.

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