1. The students learn to solve simple geometric problems.
  2. The students learn to measure and calculate with units and measures, such as time, money, length, circumference, area, volume, weight, speed and temperature.
  3. The students learn to distinguish and name common plants and animals in their (own) environment and learn how they function in their living environment.
  4. The students learn about the structure of plants, animals and humans and about the form and function of their parts.
  5. The students learn to research materials and physical phenomena, such as light, sound, electricity, force, magnetism and temperature.
  6. With products from their own environment, the pupils learn to make relationships between the effect, the form and the use of materials.
  7. The students learn to design, implement and evaluate solutions to technical problems.
  8. The students learn to reflect on their own work and that of others.
  9. The pupils acquire some knowledge about and gain appreciation for aspects of cultural heritage.