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Primary Four

    In Primary Four, Students will:
  • Read/ write/ determine value in 6 digit numbers, including decimals
  • Count by thousands and ten thousands starting at any number from 1 to 999,999
  • Read/writes/determines value in decimals to hundredths
  • Read, write, compare, and order all whole numbers, fractions, mixed numbers and decimals using multiple strategies (e.g. symbols, manipulative, number line and place value concepts)
  • Add and subtract decimals (to the hundredths).
  • Demonstrate quick recall of multiplication and division facts
  • Solve double digit multiplication in several ways
  • Use arrays to model multiplication, factors, and square numbers
  • Divides 3 digits by 1 digit in various ways with number sentence
  • Identify factors of composite numbers less than 50
  • Round whole numbers to 1,000,000 to any place value and rounds decimals to the nearest whole, 10th, or 100th place.
  • Add and subtract simple fractions and decimals fractions less than 1 with like and unlike denominators
  • Generate and solve +, - , ÷ or x story problems & number sentences
  • Order/compare whole numbers simple fractions & decimals to hundredths
  • Use fractions to represent equal parts of whole
  • Compares fractions
  • Identifies equivalent fractions and decimals
  • Solves/ compares problems using patterns/symbols in real life relationships
  • Recognizes/uses/extends multiples and number patterns
  • Use coordinate points; locate/identify specific locations
  • Identify parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines and angles
  • Use line of symmetry/congruence/similarity
  • Identify a slide or a flip of geometric shapes
  • Estimate and measures using metric units
  • Recognize, measure, and estimate angles to develop benchmarks (45°, 90°, 180°, 270°, and 360° )
  • Determine perimeter and area of polygons
  • Read, collect, organize, and interprets data to answer questions
  • Predict, conduct, and apply outcomes of simple experiments


Set of books :

  • *Family and Friends (4) (student`s book ,work book)
  • *Grammar World
  • *Robin Hood
  • *Reading and writing (Oxford)

By the end of the year ,students are expected to do the following:

  • Arrange oral information in a sequence.
  • Comment on actions and feelings of characters.
  • Describe persons, things and places.
  • Use context clues to get the meaning.
  • Design invitation cards and posters.
  • Classify ,categorize and compare information.
  • Able to use synonyms and antonyms .
  • Write a letter or an email.

Thematic units for grade 4
Food here is great !
* identifying details about family meals.
* talking about eating habits .
* recognizing syllables in words ,writing about eating habits .
*All the idioms ,phrasal verbs, collocations related to this theme.

  • The concert
*identifying different musical activities.
*asking and answering questions about musical preferences and abilities .
  • The dinosaur museum
*identifying favorite things on a school trip.
*Writing a web page about school trips
Sports time, identifying favourite sports.
*asking and answering questions about favourite sports.
*writing instructions for a sport.

  • Directions
*Giving direction.
*understanding directions.
*writing invitations.
*phrasal verbs ,idioms related to the theme.

  • The best bed!
*identifying chronology in a fable.
*telling a story from pictures.
*writing a fable .

  • In space .
*people will travel in super-fast planes.
*identifying children`s predictions.
*offering opinions about the future.

  • We were fishing
*identifying favourite memories
*talking about your memories .
*How to read a poem and comprehend it.
*Poem structure and rhyme ,completing a poem. 


At ALS, we believe that science is a way of making sense of the natural world and that it is our responsibility to prepare students to be scientifically literate in the 21st century. 

    Our Science curriculum ensures that students are knowledgeable about the important concepts and theories of the three major branches of scientific study: earth, life, and physical sciences. Through inquiry-based instruction our students will be able to:
  • Think scientifically and use scientific knowledge to make decisions about real–world problems
  • Construct new knowledge for themselves through research, investigation and discovery
  • Become familiar with the natural world, and respectful of its unity, diversity, and fragility
  • Make informed judgments on statements and debates claiming to have a scientific basis
  • Reflect in an informed way on the role of science in human affairs