HISTORY AND LITERATURE
Ancient India, Persia, Mesopotamia, Egypt and Greece; Heroic myths and epics; Rise of democracy; Sanskrit, hieroglyphics, Greek alphabet and American folklore.
Grammar, compositions, emphasizing description, editing and self-correction, oral and written book reports, words with Greek roots, plays.
Four processes with fractions and decimals, geometrical figures, acute, obtuse and reflex angles, Pythagorean theorem, mental math.
GEOGRAPHY AND SCIENCE
North American geography, botany, simple to complex plants, plant species.
Freehand geometrical drawings, wet-on-wet watercolor, creating mood through color.
Knitting in round using four needles, sewing, stitching skills, reading and following a pattern.
Rhythmic exercises, Pentathlon and classical Greek sports: javelin, discus, long jump, wrestling and running.
Diatonic flute or recorder, stringed instrument, music theory and composition, rounds and two and three part harmony, American folk songs and songs from ancient cultures.
Studies of Mexico and Latin America, increased complexity of oral and written work through songs, poetry, plays and stories.
Botany and the characteristics, structures and cultural requirements of plants, plant observation, uses of plants.
Greek influences in food; Carnivore, Omnivore, Herbivore: specializations in animals, Body types.