4th, 5th, 6th

Math and Science November 2018

4th grade

Math-4th grade has covered the first four topics in our new math curriculum and has moved into their next topics covering multiplication and division in our standards dealing with numbers and operations. They will then move into a study of fractions.



Science- Everyone enjoyed forming rock layers and examining fossil found in those layers as they move through their scope on rock layers. They will explore earthquakes and landforms before moving into their new scope on changing land. They will then learn about plant’s effects on regions and plate tectonics as they move into new scopes.

5th grade

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Math—Fifth grade has covered the first three topics in our new math curriculum and has moved into their next topics covering multiplication and division in our standards dealing with numbers and operations. They will then move into a study of fractions.

Science—They are completing their scope on Food Webs this week and they reviewed how food chains work together to form food webs. They will take a look at matter and Matter cycles later in the month. They will then learn about ecosystems and energy transfer as they move into new scopes.

6th grade

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Science—The sixth graders are completing their scope on the solar system after placing the planets in order of scaled distances from the sun. They will be moving into their new scope on the geologic history of the earth by looking at the Law of Superposition and a geological time scale. They will then learn about maps of ancient lands and sea floor spreading as they move into new scopes.

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