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AnchorPoint Christian School's Team 3 (grades 5 and 6) offers distinctively Christian programming focused on experiential learning in a nurturing Christian environment. The curriculum enables parents/guardians to provide their child(ren) with an education that has a strong academic foundation and a strong biblical foundation - teaching them to look at God's world with a Godly vision.
AnchorPoint core curriculum features a two-year cycle in Bible, science, and social studies. Math and language arts offer differentiated instruction for each learner during each of the two years. Our staff members teach the core curriculum; specialists integrate art, band, library, music, physical education, Spanish, speech, and technology, along with enrichment and encouragement sessions.
Using the Bible and the text, The Calling of God's Tribe, the curriculum builds on students' biblical knowledge of God's relationship to his people. It also builds on their own commitment and personal relationship to God. Bible memory is integrated as appropriate. Skits help make stories real.
The curriculum offers wonderful opportunities to observe and honor our magnificent, all-knowing, and all-powerful God.
The curriculum focuses on past history: ancient civilizations and the Bible, and early Americans.
Students follow the Everyday Math curriculum. Key concepts previously learned are expanded according to each learner's instructional needs.
The overall reading goal is that students increase their comprehension level by learning and practicing skills and strategies while exploring a diversity of printed materials. The overall writing goal is that students become even more effective communicators of the written language. The curriculum incorporates grammar and spelling into daily reading and writing. Also included are components of speaking, listening, and visual representation. And each learner's vocabulary is expanded by explicit instruction in academic vocabulary and Greek/Roman roots.