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Language Arts 3

I. Reading and Writing
A. Reading Comprehension and Response
B. Writing
C. Spelling, Grammar, and Usage
D. Vocabulary

II. Poetry

III. Fiction
A. Stories
B. Myths and Mythical Characters
C. Literary Terms

IV. Sayings and Phrases

History and Geography 3

World:

I. World Geography
A. Spatial Sense
B. Geographical Terms and Features
C. Canada
D. Important Rivers of the World

II. The Ancient Roman Civilization
A. Geography of the Mediterranean Region
B. Background
C. The Empire
D. The “Decline and Fall” of Rome
E. The Eastern Roman Empire: Byzantine Civilization

III. The Vikings

American:

I. The Earliest Americans
A. Crossing from Asia to North America
B. Native Americans

II. Early Exploration of North America
A. Early Spanish Exploration and Settlement
B. Exploration and Settlement of the American Southwest
C. The Search for the Northwest Passage

III. The Thirteen Colonies: Life and Times Before the Revolution
A. Geography
B. Southern Colonies
C. New England Colonies
D. Middle Atlantic Colonies

Visual Arts 3

I. Elements of Art
A. Light
B. Space in Artworks
C. Design: How the Elements of Art Work Together

II. American Indian Art

III. Art of Ancient Rome and Byzantine Civilization

Music 3

I. Elements of Music

II. Listening and Understanding
A. The Orchestra
B. Composers and Their Music
C. Musical Connections

III. Songs

Mathematics 3

I. Numbers and Number Sense

II. Fractions and Decimals

III. Money

IV. Computation
A. Addition
B. Subtraction
C. Multiplication
D. Division
E. Solving Problems and Equations

V. Measurement
A. Linear Measure
B. Weight
C. Capacity (Volume)
D. Temperature
E. Time

VI. Geometry

Science 3

I. Introduction to Classification of Animals

II. The Human Body
A. The Muscular System
B. The Skeletal System
C. The Nervous System
D. Vision: How the Eye Works
E. Hearing: How the Ear Works

III. Light and Optics

IV. Sound

V. Ecology

VI. Astronomy

VII. Science Biographies