Science This is where the natural world comes to life. Time is spent observing and exploring, using the senses, studying plants, animals, health, the human body, seasons and weather.
Technology Students investigate a range of digital and non-digital tools that meet the essential human demand to make life simpler. They demonstrate and interact with simple technology and more advanced tools, devices and equipment to complement a variety of learnings .
Engineering How do the things that shape our everyday world operate? Students interact with a variety of materials to design, create and take apart, while building an early understanding of how things work, and how to make them work better.
Math Students interact with patterns, numbers and quantities—organizing data, interpreting and comparing sizes and shapes. Additionally, they absorb the concepts that give relevance to time and money.