FOURTH GRADE

Fourth grade students learn about Europe in the Middle Ages. Building on their introduction to Islam in first grade, they read and hear more about Islamic civilization. They study some early and medieval African kingdoms. In U.S. history, children explore...

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FIFTH GRADE

Fifth grade students, having been introduced to ancient Mesoamerican civilizations in the first grade, now take a closer look at their achievements and ways of life. They continue the chronological study of European history, beginning with the Age of Expl...

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SIXTH GRADE

Sixth grade students deepen their knowledge of some topics to which they were introduced in earlier grades. They examine our legacy from some ancient civilizations, including durable ideas about democracy, government, right and wrong. World history then p...

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QUESTIONS TO ASK THE TEACHER

In the intermediate grades, you may want to ask the teacher questions such as: What parts of American or world history will my child study this year? What cultures and traditions will she learn about? When will my child learn the history of this state? Wi...

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