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Ignitia’s online Bible curriculum for 4th graders was designed to be user friendly by accommodating students still learning computer skills. Throughout the course, they will study important biblical figures who accepted God’s will for their lives and became disciples, living by the laws of the Creator. Practical lessons help them understand the connection between biblical content and living a Christ-centered life such as the importance of obeying parents, telling the truth, showing kindness to others, and walking in the spirit. Technology-based, the course also helps students prepare for the future by supporting digital literacy.

Throughout the course, students will explore the following topics:

• How Can I Live for God
• God’s Knowledge
• Saul Begins to Live for God
• The Bible and Me
• God Cares for Us

• How Can I Know God Exists
• Old Testament Geography
• Witnessing for Jesus
• Who Am I?
• God’s Way Is Perfect


Fully Internet-based, this course is conveniently accessible to students and teachers online anytime, encouraging parental involvement in learning. Lessons focus on diversity of cultures, plants, and animals from all over the world. From Kenya to Hong Kong, and Nepal to the Andes, interactive maps and hands-on exercises make learning fun and support retention of key concepts. Integrated digital tools help teachers streamline administrative functions enabling more one-on-one teaching time with students. Built-in flexibility allows teachers to customize courses to best suit their students’ learning styles.

Throughout the course, students will explore the following topics:

• Our Earth
• Seaport Cities
• Desert Lands
• Grasslands
• Tropical Rainforests

• The Polar Regions
• Mountain Regions
• Island Countries
• North America


With lessons that focus on reading fluency and comprehension, the effective use of punctuation, report organization and writing, creative expression through writing, and much more, this course provides a motivating learning environment where students can practice digital literacy skills while improving their use of the language. A built-in calendar and student/teacher communication tools within the curriculum help students to stay organized and become more responsible for their own learning. Administrative tools simplify the tasks of teachers to encourage more face-to-face instructional guidance.

Throughout the course, students will explore the following topics:
• Old and New Skills
• Building Words and Sentences
• Words: Getting to the Roots
• Sentence: Start to Finish
• All about Books

• Reading and Writing

• Reading Skills

• More Reading and Writing

• Looking Back


Internet-based and comprehensive, this course is challenging and interactive, providing tools within the curriculum to support self-directed learning with the guidance of a teacher. Learning games, multimedia elements, regular assessments, and engaging lessons are built within a learning management system that supports digital literacy and gives teachers the technology tools they need to streamline administrative tasks for more direct interaction with students. Like all Ignitia courses, lessons are delivered from a biblical perspective to help train students to view the natural world around them based on the Word of God.

Throughout the course, students will explore the following topics:

• Plants
• Animals
• Man’s Environment
• Machines
• Electricity and Magnetism

• Water and the Properties of Matter
• The Forces of Weather
• Exploring the Solar System
• Planet Earth
• God’s Creation


Interactivity makes a difference when it comes to understanding complex math skills. Ignitia 4th Grade Math students have access to innovative, multimedia exercises that provide the practice to prepare them for assessment. Broad in scope, lessons put the fun back into math fundamentals, encouraging a lifetime love of this important core subject. Teachers can customize the pacing and content of the curriculum to be sure every student learns in a way that best suits his learning style. Administrative tools like assignment screens and built-in messaging encourage effective communication and support 21st century learning.

Throughout the course, students will explore the following topics:

• Number Sense and Place Value
• Multiplying and Whole Numbers
• Sequencing, Rounding, and Estimating
• Lines and Shapes
• Division and Measurement

• Division, Fractions, and Factors
• Multiplication and Fractions
• Whole Numbers and Fractions
• Decimals and Fractions
• Estimation, Charts, and Graphs

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