Elementary

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Immanuel Prep emphasizes academic rigor, while teaching from a biblical worldview.  IP provides engaging and creative learning, combined with a structured and caring environment whether online or in person.  As a learning community, we encourage each student’s intellectual, spiritual, social, physical, and emotional growth by applying biblical truth in the context of real life. The Lord has notably blessed each child with a most experienced and exceptionally talented faculty available to their needs.  Our teachers day in and day out will work diligently to prepare the next generation through character building and a rich array of educational experiences.  Children develop higher level thinking skills through a balanced academic curriculum and enrichment activities.  These enrichment activities may include physical education, music, foreign language, art, computer, field trips, chapel speakers, community service iPads, and integrated technology in the environment to meet the needs of the 21st century learner.  Your child will flourish in an environment where the home, school, and church work together to provide a Kingdom education. Thank you for making IP Elementary School a part of your family’s life! We are honored to partner with parents as their children grow into godly young men and women who will impact their culture for Christ!

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Elementary

Curriculum K-5

Kindergarten Language Arts


Phonics, Shurley E, Wordy Wise

Recognize up to 100 sight words

Recognize story sequence

Main Idea/compare/contrast

cause and effect

discuss introduction to poetry

discuss fairy tales

fiction/nonfiction

identify nouns, adjectives, verbs w S.E

Recognize and Write manuscript

Trace and Learn Sight Word Sentences

Kindergarten Math

Count 2's, 5's, and 10's to 100

add and subtract word problems

find shape symmetry

length, capacity, and, weight

begin understanding fractions

learning time

learning money

reading basic graphs

reading calendar

Spanish

graphing


Kindergarten Science


Life cycle of a chicken

What are amphibians

parts of a plant/how plants grow

types of water- ocean,lakes,sea, habitat

creaters that live in them

Weather and weather cycles

solid, liquid, gas

how shadows are made

How heat and light work

Difference of night/day/moon/sun

Spanish


Kindergarten Social Studies


Pledge of allegiance

First Thanksgiving

Land forms and bodies of water

Who is MLK jr?

What is a good citizen?

National Holidays

Role of the President

American Monuments

Christopher Columbus

geographic locations


Kindergarten Bible


Bible time and prayer is a very important

of our kindergarten day. The Abeka Bible

program has colorful visuals that help tell

the stories of the Old and New Testaments.

Students are encouraged to apply the moral

lessons of the story to their lives at their

grade level. Each week a Bible verse is

memorized. Hebrew is taught and is

encouraged to be used in the immersion

curriculum in the classroom for all grades

at Immanuel Prep.

1st Grade Language Arts


Phonics, Shurley E, Worldly Wise

Recognize, read, and write:

plural sounds, inflected endings,

initial/final consonant blends,

consonant digraphs, diphthongs,

and r-controlled vowel combos

Identify story sequences

main idea, details, compare/contr

cause/effect, author's purpose

fact/ opinion, summary, character

setting, and plot

read/ discuss genres including

poetry, fairy tables, fables, folk,

tables, and non-fiction

Be able to write poem, letter,

personal narrative, story,

or autobiography, sentences

Identify nouns,pronouns,adj, adv

verb,pre, suffix, contractions,

compound words, syn/antony,

Write Spanish Sentences w/ Sight Words



1st Grade Math


Read, write, count , 1's, 2's

5's, and 10's up to 1,000 place

value up to hundreds place

oridinal numbers up to twentieth

sort and clissify objects

create, compare, extend, predict

patterns

Solve 1-2 digit addn/subtn

collect data/bar graphs/grids

solve word problems

understand fact family

identify/create shapes/solidfgrs

recognize symmetry/congruence

Compare/order/estimate units

in length/capacity/weight/temp

Tell and write time to hour/half

an hour length in time

create equal parts

understand value of coins/bills

subtract coins/bills


1st Grade Science


what plants and animals need to survive

live cycles of frog, butterfly, daisy and

tree

how animals get food and are protected

parts of a plant/what protects them

habitats/forest/wetlands/oceans/desert

natural resources

four seasons

properties of solid liquid gas

how objects move

what is energy/how we get it

how we communicate/use technology

operate simple machines

Spanish



1st Grade Social Studies


american flag

pledge of allegiance

needs vs wants

thanksgiving

our location on earth

folk tale heros

american heroes

american inventors

american monuments

communities

money/goods/services

symbols/climate/geographic location

landforms and body of water

Spanish


1st Grade Bible


The first grade Bible curriculum relates

familiar Bible stories of God's gifts to His

children. The concepts taught help the

students view family, the world, salvation,

church and life as God-ordained and directed.

God's Word comes alive through weekly

chapels, colorful visuals, puzzels, games,

skits, and songs. Scripture and worship

song memorization are components of the

classroom and chapel each week.

Participation in Christian character education

of biblical concepts taught in the classroom

Hebrew is taught and is encouraged to be

used in the immersion curriculum in the

classroom for all grades at Immanuel Prep.


2nd Grade Language Arts


Phonics, Shurley E, Worldly Wise

Recognize, read, and write:

plural sounds, inflected endings,

initial/final consonant blends,

consonant digraphs, diphthongs,

and r-controlled vowel combos

Identify story sequences

main idea, details, compare/contr

cause/effect, author's purpose

fact/ opinion, summary, character

setting, and plot

read/ discuss genres including

poetry, fairy tables, fables, folk,

tables, and non-fiction

Be able to write poem, letter,

personal narrative, story,

or autobiography

Identify nouns,pronouns,adj, adv

verb,pre, suffix, contractions,

compound words, syn/antony,

Identify and write cursive letters

cvc patterns/ augmented and

diminutive endings in Spanish


2nd Grade Math


know place value up to 9,999

add/subtract 3 digit numbers

multiplication tables up to 12

Count money, value of coins
and bills, and different ways to
show the same amount

multiplication of 2- and 3-digit
numbers by 1-digit numbers

Symmetry and congruence,

characteristics of geometric

figures

Organize data, read and create

pictographs, bar graphs,

coordinate graphs

Determine probability

Fractions of a set /whole, unit

and non unit fractions

Learn customary and metric

units of length, capacity, and

weight

Find perimeter and area

Spanish

2nd Grade Science

How light and heat energy are

used

How pushing/ pulling an object

affects its motion and speed

How living things grow and

change- life cycles of butterfly,

frog, plant, pumpkin,

mushroom, and mammal

solar system

States of matter and how they

are changed

Attributes of stars and sun, and

position of sun in relation to

fixed object throughout day/

night

Moon phases


2nd Grade Social Studies

Roles of the President,

Governor, Mayor

Constitution, elections, and elect leaders

cymbols, climate, geographic location

5 geographic regions of Georgia

Major rivers of GA

Lives and contributions of J.

Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, and

M. Musgrove, Sequoyah

Creek/ Cherokee Indians

MLK Jr., Jackie Robinson, Jimmy

Carter + Civil Rights Movement

How money is used to obtain

goods and services/saving vs spending

map scale, compass rose

Use of maps and globes,

cardinal directions, grid system,

Spanish


2nd Grade Bible


Second Graders begin learning about Bible

Character in two and three-week units,

focusing on character traits demonstrated

throughout the Bible. Through the year

students study nineteen different Biblical

character traits.Teacher strive to emulate

these traits in their daily lives and help instill

these traits within the students. Character

traits such as compassions, wisdom

creativity, self-control, dependability, and

may others comprise some that are studied.

Students also study topics such as, salvation

worship, service, missions, godly living, and

and how to study the Bible.

Hebrew is taught and is encouraged to be

used in the immersion curriculum in the

classroom for all grades at Immanuel Prep



 

3rd Language Arts


Spelling, Shurley E, Worldly Wise
Identify stressed/ unstressed

syllables, accent marks,

diphthongs, prefixes/ suffixes

Reading:

Identify literary elements of a

story including sequence, main

idea /details, compare

/contrast, cause/effect,

author's purpose, fact /opinion,

summary, character, plot,

setting

Read / discuss genres including

poetry, realistic/ fantasy fiction,

fables, folk tales and non-fiction

3 novel studies

Writing:

Be able to write a 5-paragraph

persuasive, narrative, and

expository essay

Identify and write cursive letters

Identify nouns, pronouns,

adjectives, adverbs, verbs,

compound words, synonyms

/antonyms, types of sentences,

prepositions, definite/

indefinite articles, simple/

complete subject and predicate,

understand proper use of

capitalization, abbreviations,

and punctuation



3rd Grade Math

Understand place value,

compare, order, estimate, and

round numbers up to 1 million

Add/subtract within 1 million

Multiply 2- and 3- digit numbers

by 1- and 2- digit numbers

Mental division of 1-digit

numbers, begin understanding of

long division (3-digit by 1-digit

division)

Understand symmetry,

congruence of geometric figures

and properties of lines, angles,

and polygons

Find perimeter, area, volume

Know the difference between

prime/composite numbers,

mean, median, mode, range

Understand fractions- fractions of

a whole, equivalent fractions,

simplified form, improper

fractions/ mixed numbers,

operations with fractions

Understand how decimals relate

to fractions, decimal place value,

order/round decimals, decimal

operations

Solve addition, subtraction,

multiplication, and division

equations using variables

Create and retrieve data from

tally charts, bar graphs,

pictographs, line plots, pie charts,

and coordinate grids

Convert customary/ metric units

of length, capacity, and weight +

temperature and time


3rd Grade Science


habitats and

environments

How minerals are identified, 3

types of rocks and how they are

formed, rock cycle

Why soil is important, soil

layers

What magnets are attracted to,

magnetic fields and poles, how

magnets are used,

electromagnets, temporary

magnets, and generators

Pollution and conservation

How fossils form and how we

gain information from fossils

Plant and animal adaptations,

how their features help them

survive, and how they grow and

change

Sources of heat, effects of heat

on matter, how heat is

measured, conductors vs.

insulators

3rd grade students conclude their

introduction to US history by studying the

origins of American democracy by

comparing ancient Greek democracy in

Athens with that of the US, and

introducing selected Americans who have

been important in ensuring our rights. By

the end of 3rd grade, students will learn

about and understand:

Origins of democracy, direct vs.

representative democracy

American Revolution, Paul

Revere, Sons of Liberty

3 branches and levels of

government

Civil Rights Movement- MLK Jr.,

Rosa Parks; Abolitionist

Movement- F. Douglass,

Women's Suffrage Movement-

S. B. Anthony

F. D. and E. Roosevelt, Great

Depression, New Deal, WWII

T. Marshall, LBJ, C. Chavez

Goods/ services, consumers/

producers, supply/ demand,

spending/ saving, currency




3rd Grade Social Studies


Origins of democracy, direct vs.

representative democracy

American Revolution, Paul

Revere, Sons of Liberty

3 branches and levels of

government

Civil Rights Movement- MLK Jr.,

Rosa Parks; Abolitionist

Movement- F. Douglass,

Women's Suffrage Movement-

S. B. Anthony

F. D. and E. Roosevelt, Great

Depression, New Deal, WWII

T. Marshall, LBJ, C. Chavez

Goods/ services, consumers/

producers, supply/ demand,

spending/ saving, currency


3rd Grade Bible

The third grade Bible program takes the

students on a journey through the life of

missions, the book of Acts and missions.

While studying the life of Christ, the students

will read and become familiar with the

Gospels. They will learn and make daily

applications from Jesus' parables miracles,

messages, and life. As the students read

throughout the book of Acts, the students

the students will see the beginning and

the growth of Christianity's early church.

The importance of being a daily witness in

their own lives is stressed as they learn

about the missionary journeys of Paul and

other famous missionaries journeys of Paul

and other famous missionaries in history.

They will also become acquainted with

various Christian heroes of the faith who

lived throughout history. The students

memorize weekly Bible verses, which is an

important part of the Bible program.

Hebrew is taught and is encouraged to be

used in the immersion curriculum in the

classroom for all grades at Immanuel Prep



4th Grade Language Arts

Spelling, Shurley E, Worldly Wise

Identify diphthongs, prefixes/

suffixes, use of accent marks,

syllable intonation, Greek /

Latin roots

Reading:

Identify literary elements of a

story including sequence, main

idea /details, compare

/contrast, cause/effect,

author's purpose, fact /opinion,

summary, character, plot,

setting, problem/ solution,

chronology, 1st/ 3rd person

Read / discuss genres including

poetry, realistic/ fantasy fiction,

fables, folk tales and non-fiction

4 novel studies

Writing:

Be able to write a 5-paragraph

persuasive, narrative, and

expository essay

Take notes, categorize

information, conduct research,

revise, and edit

Grammar:

Identify nouns, pronouns,

adjectives, adverbs, verbs,

compound words, synonyms

/antonyms, types of sentences,

prepositions, definite/

indefinite articles, simple/

complete subject and predicate,

conjunctions, clauses, similes/

metaphors, understand proper

use of capitalization,

abbreviations, and punctuation


4th Grade Math

Understand place value,

compare, order, estimate, and

round numbers up to 1 billion

Add/subtract within 1 billion

Multi-digit multiplication

Multi-digit long division

Characteristics of polygons

Use of protractor to find angles

Find perimeter, area, volume of

regular and irregular shapes

and solids

Understand fractions- fractions

of a whole, equivalent fractions,

simplified form, improper

fractions/ mixed numbers,

operations with fractions/

mixed numbers, compare/

order fractions

Understand how decimals

relate to fractions, convert from

one to the other, express

quantities as both fractions and

decimals, operations with

decimals

Metric/ customary unit

conversions, problem solving

involving conversions

Using a coordinate plane,

create and read various types of

graphs including histograms

Mean, median, mode, range

Probability as a fraction

Solve equations using variables


4th Grade Science

Scientific Method

Rules of producers, consumers

and decomposers, food chains,

environmental changes

Weather vs. climate, predict

weather patterns, identify

weather instruments

Water Cycle

Solar System-physical attributes

of stars and star patterns,

model the position and motion

of Earth in the solar system,

moon phases, seasonal

changes, size /order of planets

and sun, and rotation vs.

revolution

STEM Activities

active learn

Characteristics of a plant, parts

of a plant, plant reproduction,

life cycle of a plant

Parts of and changes in

ecosystems

Sound and light energy and

how they are created

How force affects moving

objects, and how force, mass,

and energy are related

Simple machines


4th Grade Social Studies

American Indian Nations- Inuit,

Kwakitul, Nez Perce, Hopi,

Pawnee, Seminole

European exploration of North

America-Cabot, Balboa, De

Leon, Columbus, Hudson, and

Cartier

Life in New England, Middle

Colonies, and Southern

Colonies

American Revolution- Battles of

Lexington, Concord, Saratoga,

and Yorktown

Articles of Confederation vs.

Constitution

Westward Expansion

Abolitionist and Women's

Suffrage Movements

Concepts of Trade

Focus is on the country of

Puerto Rico, in which the students will

learn about the following:

Symbols, climate, geographic

location

Political division, major cities

Landforms and bodies of water

Legends and folk tales

Famous people/ famous works

of literature, music

Cultural/ architectural history

Food, music, and dance


4th Grade Bible

Fourth graders learn fundamental Bible

doctrines using the Purposeful Design

Curriculum. The doctrinal truths investigated

:God, His Word, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the

church, salvation, as well as heaven/hell

Students learn how to apply these truths

in a personal way with the use of Differenti

ated instruction which inclueds Biblical

stories, visual aids, memory verses, a variety

of class activities. The students memorize

weekly Bible verses as well as the books of

the Bible.

Hebrew is taught and is encouraged to be

used in the immersion curriculum in the

classroom for all grades at Immanuel Prep



5th Grade Language Arts

Spelling, Shurley E, Worldly Wise
Identify syllable intonation,

accent marks, diphthongs,

triphthongs, prefixes, suffixes

Reading:

Identify literary elements of a

story including main idea /details,

compare /contrast, cause/effect,

author's purpose, fact /opinion,

summary, setting, character, plot,

problem/ solution, theme,

chronology, 1st/ 3rd person

Read / discuss genres including

poetry, realistic/ fantasy fiction,

drama, non-fiction + 4 novel

studies

Writing:

Write explanatory/ informational

essays that include facts, details,

formatting, concluding

statements; opinion pieces that

include organizational structure

of logically ordered reasons,

concluding statements; narratives

to include real and imagined

events, include dialogue,

character actions, sensory details,

and conclusion

Shurley Grammar focus

Grammar:

Identify nouns, pronouns,

adjectives, adverbs, verbs,

compound words, types of

sentences, prepositions, simple/

complete subject/ predicate,

conjunctions, clauses, similes/

metaphors, understand proper

use of capitalization,

abbreviations, and punctuation


5th Grade Math

Find place value of whole and

decimal numbers

Multi-digit whole number and

decimal/ fraction operations,

rounding, and estimation

Properties of operations, order

of operations, variables, and

expressions

Prime factorization, GCF, LCM

Extensive addition, subtraction,

multiplication, and division

operations with fractions,

decimals, and mixed numbers

Percentage and how it relates

to fractions and decimals, tips,

taxes, discounts, special

interest

Ratios, rates, proportions, using

ratio tables and unit rates

Permutations, combinations,

theoretical and experimental

probability

Addition/Subtraction with area

and volume, cubic units

Develop coordinate system for

first quadrant of coordinate

plane and use it to solve

problems


5th Grade Science

Identify surface features of the

Earth caused by constructive/

deconstructive forces

Role of technology and human

intervention in control of

constructive/ deconstructive

process

Classification of organisms

Inherited traits and learned

behaviors

Plant and animal cells

Single-celled/ multi-celled

organisms

How microorganisms befit or

harm larger organisms

STEM activities

Skeletal, circulatory,

respiratory, digestive, and

urinary systems

Properties of matter, mass,

volume, density

Physical and chemical changes

Kinetic vs. potential energy

Electrical charges, simple and

complete circuits,

electromagnets


5th Grade Social Studies

Civil War- major events/

consequences leading up to

war, major battles, important

people involved, Reconstruction

How rights are protected under

the Constitution; process of

how amendments are made

US involvement in WWI and

post-WWI

Great Depression/ New Deal

US involvement in WWII

Origins/consequences of Cold

War

Key people/ events 1950-1975

Functions of 4 major sectors in

US economy

Interactions between

consumers and businesses

focus is on the country of

Mexico, in which the students will learn

about the following:

Symbols, climate, geographic

location

Political division, major cities

Landforms and bodies of water

Legends, myths, folklore

Famous people/ famous works

of literature, music

Cultural/ architectural/

indigenous history

Food, music, and dance


5th Grade Bible

Three strands of instruction occur in fifth

grade IIAC Bible curriculum. First is an

overview of the Old testament. Second is an

in depth study of the lives of various Bible

Characters presented in Chronological order

as part of the survey of the Old Testament.

Third is a focus on the choices these

individuals made whether good or bad. This

third level of instruction provides the natural

bridge to application in the personal lives of

students as they make their own choices.

Hebrew is taught and is encouraged to be

used in the immersion curriculum in the

classroom for all grades at Immanuel Prep

 
 

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