#### Reading Wonders – McGraw Hill

• Read across the curriculum in all subjects with solid comprehension skills.
• Fluency: Be able to read at least 105 words per minute expressively by the end of 4th grade.
• Retell and sequence events of a text
• Answer a variety of comprehension questions to show understanding of a text.
• Be able to identify different reading genres, including poems and plays

• Be able to punctuate sentences, including dialogue, correctly
• Use tenses appropriately
• Identify pronouns, articles, nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, and be able to use them correctly.
• Be familiar with contractions, possessives, and the use of apostrophes and commas.
• Be able to identify sentence types – declarative, interrogative, command, exclamation

• Write in a variety of non-fiction writing formats – persuasive, instructional, informational, letters, etc.
• Be able to draft, redraft and publish a piece of writing
• Write sequentially with main events/points in a logical order
• Develop good self-check methods in order to proof read their own work
• Be able to write a paragraph.
• Write a 5-paragraph paper.

#### My Math – McGraw Hill

• Know and be able to read and write, place value to millions
• Have a quick recall of times table facts to at least 10 X 10
• Divide 4 digit numbers by one digit numbers
• Multiplying with double digit multipliers
• Be able to solve one and two step word problem.
• Add and subtract numbers up to the ten thousands place value
• Add and subtract decimals, and compare decimals and fractions
• Add and subtract like and unlike denominators
• Simplify fractions
• Find simple fractions of numbers
• Find equivalent fractions
• Order fractions according to size
• Read and interpret a variety of charts and tables,
• know how to calculate mean, mode and range,
• Be able to create bar charts, line graphs and pictographs
• Calculate simple probability outcomes, (e.g. likely, less likely, impossible, etc.).
• Be able to recognize common 2D and 3D shapes
• Find the area and perimeter of regular shapes
• Know and be able to calculate the radius, diameter and circumference of circles
• Identify acute, right and obtuse angles
• Know standard and metric measurements for capacity, weight, volume, and length,
• Be able to tell and add/subtract time,
Convert measurements (e.g. hours to minutes, gallons to pints, etc.)