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Math introduction starts with number counting skills and pattern recognition. Children are expected to sort and classify shapes. Get used to very basic fractions, money, time, graphs and charts.
Start with ABCs, letter recognition, and basics of phonics. Learn to build simple words and sentences. Start with an introduction to grammar and writing skills. Use our flashcards for sight words. Learn about days, numbers, and more!
Expand the number sense to counting, comparing, adding, and subtracting numbers. Relate fractions to reality. Learn bar graphs and venn diagrams. Read calendar and clock. Dive deeper into 2-D/3-D shapes and symmetry.
Read and draw conclusion. Understand cause and effect. Learn to write short stories, letters, and notes. Grammar expands to nouns, pronouns, verbs, capitalization, and more. Vocabulary building picks up some pace.
Get to know the bigger, even, and odd numbers. Know ways to compare, order, and round numbers. Learn to add and subtract upto 3-digit numbers and a bit about multiplication and division. Represent data on number lines, grids and line plots. Expand more on fraction and geometry along with measurement.
Understand compound words and decoding skills. Read to get the main idea and supporting details. Compare and contrast passages. Grammar contains sentence structure, adjectives and adverbs. Learn about sounds, blends, and more in spelling patterns. Write small opinion pieces, stories, and letters.
Understand the concept of place value. Learn to add, subtract, multiply, and divide bigger numbers. Go deeper into data representation, possibility, and probability of events. Move to a new level with fractions and learn about decimals. Have some fun with mixed operations, expressions, and equations.
Read prose, poetry, myths, legends, folktales, and more to understand cause and effect, and points of views. Portray a character and explain with illustrations. Grammar expands to the types of nouns, verb tenses, and rules of punctuation. Plan, develop, write, and publish research topics and short essays.
Master place value and number operations. Algebra is introduced in the form of number properties, expressions, writing, and solving basic equations. Focus will be on mastering fractions, decimals, data, graphing, and probability. Get to know about lines, angles, figures and their properties. Learn to measure area and volume of simple figures. The coordinate plane is here too.
Become fluent in reading and learn to use context clues. Interpret data and technical text. Determine and describe settings, themes, and events. Grammar gets complex with prepositional phrases, progressive verb tenses, and modal auxiliaries. Learn to use thesaurus, tools, and technology. Form and develop opinions to write organized writing pieces using details and evidences.
Find more about prime and composite numbers, organized lists, and number theory. There is another level of decimals and fractions and their usage in algebraic expressions and equations. Get to know about percentages, accounting, and interest calculation. Master perimeter, area, and volume. Learn about ordered pairs, linear functions, and graphing of simple equations.
Start with grammar. Learn to use conjunctions, interjections, and perfect verb tense in grammar. Upgrade your vocabulary with affixes and roots, idioms, and proverbs. We are working towards adding more to reading and literature in the form of story, poem, and drama. Wait for our complex writing applications like narratives, essays, and fiction. Focus is on use of technology.
Write a descriptive paragraph about your recent trip to an amusement park. Be sure to include details to appeal all of your reader’s senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch).
Category: Writing Writing Informative/Explanatory Texts Task Based Descriptive Paragraph Writing
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