MA thesis at the Faculty of Basic Education discusses holistic thinking and its relationship to the achievement of fourth-grade female students in the history curriculum. The study presented by Ravel Rassem Muhammad aimed at measuring the holistic thinking of fourth-graders female students and at identifying the relationship between holistic thinking and the achievement of fourth-grade female students of history.  The study produced a number of findings, notably:  female fourth-graders have holistic thinking by raising their thinking capacity, which helps them to raise the attainment and intellectual level at an early stage in their lives. The study recommended updating the curricula and incorporating them into holistic thinking programs, especially at the initial levels of education, since holistic thinking is the result of training and experience and training is therefore preferable at the beginning of human life.