• Math:
- Understand place value through the billions place.
- Multiply whole numbers (3-digits by 4-digits).
- Multiply money with the decimal point.
- Round to the nearest billions place.
- Divide whole numbers by 2-digit divisors.
- Divide will zeroes in the quotient.
- Divide will remainders.
- Estimate sums and differences.
- Estimate products and quotients.
- Understand linear measurement including kilometers and miles to the millimeter and inch.
- Analyze and interpret graphs.
- Determine range, mode, and median.
- Understand lines and angles.
- Recognize different types of triangles and quadrilaterals.
- Add and subtract numbers with decimals in the thousandths place.
- Multiply and divide numbers with decimals.
- Understand prime and composite numbers.
- Compare and order fractions and mixed numbers.
- Estimate the sums and differences of mixed numbers.
- Add and subtract fractions with like denominators.
- Determine the least common denominator.
- Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.
- Multiply fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers.
- Estimate products of a fraction.
- Multiply fractions by fractions
- Divide fractions.
- Estimate the percent of a number.
- Determine the percent of a number.

Science:
-  Apply the scientific method to conduct experiments.
I- dentify characteristics to classify organisms.
- Identify and classify the forms of energy.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the cause and effect relationship of force and motion.
- Identify adaptations and niches of an organism in its habitat.
- Identify the steps in the process of the water cycle.
- Identify the changes of the earth (plate movement, earth layers, moving continents).
- Identify what makes up the solar system.
- Describe the habitats and conditions that lead to weather changes.
- Identify the ways Earth’s resources may be protected and conserved.
- Demonstrate an ability to refer to notes to answer text questions.
- Demonstrate an ability to use tools to investigate and solve problems.

Social Studies:
- Demonstrate knowledge of place, geography, map reading, and direction using the world.
- Locate places on a map by using the coordinates of latitude and longitude.
- Identify the five fundamental themes of geography (Place, Human/Environment Interaction,
- Location, Region, and Movement).
- Interpret an appreciation of cultural, ethnic, and racial origins.
- Demonstrate an understanding between people, their surrounding, and their usage of environment.
- Compare and contrast the way people utilize the resources of their environment.
- Interpret graphs, charts, tables, and timelines.
- Identify and define cause and effect relationships.
- Identify and define landforms.
- Read and use circle, line, and bar graphs to collect and report data

Language Arts:
- Identify the four kinds of sentences.
- Identify and use correctly in a sentence the following parts of speech: nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, and prepositions.
- Be able to illustrate the correct usage, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization in a sentence.
- Be able to define weekly vocabulary words and be able to use them in a sentence.
- Create original short stories using correct sentence structure, subject/verb agreement, and verb tense.
- Apply the writing process to compose original short stories.
- Use a dictionary, thesaurus, and reference materials to improve writing quality.
- Be able to summarize an oral/visual presentation.
- Summarize, through note taking, an oral/visual presentation.
- Be able to present an oral book report to the class using visuals.