The scope and sequence for Blest are We is based on the structure of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Each chapter explores the theme from the perspective of one of the four pillars of the Catechism which are:
- What Catholics Believe
- How Catholics Worship
- How Catholics Live
- How Catholics Pray
This course enables students to develop proficiency in the use of the four basic mathematical operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It introduces students to the multiplication of a number by a two and three-digit number as well as long division. This, course will provide opportunities for students to experience various problem solving techniques.
The fourth grade English curriculum will center on grammar and writing. Students are expected to apply their grammar skills to their written work.
The reading curriculum is aligned with state and national standards. The reading series builds on each successive grade level starting with Kindergarten. Each unit selection is connected to science, math, and social studies topics and standards that can be integrated into the curriculum.
The science curriculum focuses on three areas of natural science which are within the National Science Education Standards for teaching students in grades K-4. These areas include Life Science, Earth and Space Science, and Physical Science.
The 4th grade Social Studies curriculum seeks to introduce students to the 6 different regions of the United States. Students are first introduced to the region by learning the particular states and their locations within the region. During their first introduction into each region students are taught the geographical layout of the region, its main agricultural and industrial products, and important historical events occurring in the region. In the follow-up chapter on each region, students discover how the region is linked to other places in different regions and countries.