• Reading/Language Arts: Drawing inferences, Theme, Summarizing, Character/Setting/Plot, Context Clues, Poetry/Drama/Prose, Point of View, Compare and Contrast (Themes, Plots, Topics), Text Structure, Reasons and Evidence, Main Idea/Key Details, Similes and Metaphors, Synonyms and Antonyms, Roots and Affixes, Writing Conventions – capitalization and punctuation, Grammar – Parts of Speech, Narrative Writing  (all topics will spiral throughout  school year).

    Mathematics:  Place value ones to the millions. Writing words in expanded form, word form, and standard form. Adding and subtracting through the millions place. Learning the basic multiplication facts, 1-12. Patterns of numbers and shapes. Measurement of capacity, length, weight, and time. Word problems involving all the areas listed above. Area and perimeter in real life situations.

    Science:  Animal Adaptations, Nutrition.

    Social Studies:  Exploration and Colonization, Migration and Settlement Patterns, Characteristics of various American Indian groups in NC, Settlement patterns of diverse groups of the regions of NC.
Last Modified on February 22, 2017