Inspiring Life-long Learning for 25 Years
Third grade culminated in in stories that are considered some of the first true historic writings. In the fourth grade we are continuing this adventure into the history of mankind by looking at the relationship people have to the world around them. This theme occurs in almost every block of fourth grade.
The Norse myths bring us tales of heroic deeds, vicious lies, tragedy, fate, and loyalty—all things that are part of the human experience. The stories, and the work that goes along with them, help our students not only become strong writers, readers and speakers, but also connects each child to what it means to be human, and what it means to be true to themselves.
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