CD5A Acknowledge the significance of Indigenous People’s Day and why people want to replace Columbus Day
CD5B Examine International Women’s Day and how it is celebrated around the world
CD5C Talk about topics like Black Friday, the World Cup, Teacher’s Day, and the differences between Dia De Los Muertos and Halloween
GH5A Learn about the history of the Summer and Winter Olympics
GH5B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Renaissance
FL5A Talk about proper email and meeting etiquette
FL5B Discuss how to place orders over the phone or online
FL5C Learn about different types of recreation activities
FL5D-Explore vocabulary words for different professions
HR5A Discuss services provided to the elderly
HR5B Talk about accommodations provided to individuals with disabilities
HR5C Explore the different types of human rights according to gender, economics, and other categories.
G5A Explore the Panama Canal, Channel Tunnel, Stonehenge, and Bermuda Triangle
G5B Discover the Parthenon, International Space Station, Nazca Lines, and Eiffel Tower
G5C Take an adventure into the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Big Ben Clower Tower, and Dead Sea
Here are some other other guidelines for geography
C5A Recognize basic laws regarding social services
C5B Be aware of public policy that focuses on telecommunication
C5C Understand how emergency planning from the government works
For visual arts, we recommend going by the Common Core standards
For music, we also recommend going by the Common Core standards
EC5A Reinforce recycling, composting, reusing, and reducing.
EC5B Focus on batteries, plastics, cleaning products, toxic household items and that can be very hazardous when released into the environment.
EC5C Learn about hydrology—water density and the water cycle, and freshwater ecosystems
EC5D Get an introduction to Ecology with a focus on forest ecology and biodiversity
EC5E Begin learning about meteorology and it’s basic concepts
EC5A Understand biotic and abiotic factors within ecosystems
EC5B Understand how plants and animals obtain and use energy to fulfil their needs
EC5C Examine interdependent relationships within ecosystems by studying movement of matter between consumers, producers, and decomposers
EC5D Discuss ways in which humans can protect the environment
EC5E Learn how scientists are currently protecting Earth’s resources and environment
AW5A Learn about animal emotions and intelligence and how we can best help animals
AW5B Get taught about zoos, aquariums, and circuses involving animals, their conditions, and what we can do to help
AW5C Find out about pets without homes, their plight, and what we can do to help
For general health, here are the standards that we recommend.
For technology, here are some additional Common Core standards.