Grammar and punctuation with emphasis on paragraph development.
Literature Study(The Adventures of Lewis and Clark by John Bakeless, Tuck Everlastingby Natalie Babbitt, Indian In the Cupboardby Lynne Reid Banks, Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan,Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett and Brett Helquist)
Math Connects, McGraw-Hill
We study geography, government, history and fine arts of Mississippi.
Science, Fourth Grade, McMillan/McGraw-Hill
Earth and Beyond
Water and Weather
Deer Island Trip for marine debris education (Courtesy of Marine Education Center)
Jackson, MS: this is an overnight trip at the end of the year to visit the Agriculture Museum, Indian Mounds, Craft Center, the Capitol, Mississippi Children's Museum, and dine on the Ross Barnett Reservoir.
Spanish and P.E. – 1 hour each week
Art, Religion, Science Lab, and Library – 45 minutes each week
Music – 30 minutes each week
Mississippi Scavenger Hunt – The students compile information, items, photos, and various other treasures having to do with our great state and present it in a scrapbook.
Genre Project – The students read a variety of books independently and complete written activities for each book. Students receive a satchel at the end of the year with patches on it representing each genre read.
Science Fair – Each student is required to complete and present a science project using the Scientific Method.
Mississippi City Project – Each student researches and presents a thorough study of a city in Mississippi.
Walter Anderson Study – Each student will create a painting celebrating the unique style of Walter Anderson.