The ability to raise individuals who can play an active role in today’s social and economic conditions is directly linked to the competitiveness of countries in the international arena. This situation; countries are looking for a model of education that will enable them to have responsibilities, solve problems, develop decision-making skills, and think critically and innovatively. For this reason, curriculums are dynamic and are frequently revised or revised in accordance with the transition and development cycle of the age. Primary school curricula are a toolkit that enables the planned-execution of the learning-teaching process at the elementary level of education. Primary school is the education level that accommodates many disciplines. It is essential to provide students with knowledge and skills related to basic disciplines such as Turkish, Mathematics and Life Science to students who continue their education at this level. For this reason, primary school curricula contain many curriculums. It is aimed to compare the primary school curriculum of 2015 and 2017 in this survey. For this purpose, the data sources of the Turkish Language, Mathematics, Life Science, Science and Social Sciences courses were published by the Ministry of National Education in 2015 and 2017. In this context, basic courses in the primary school, such as Turkish, Mathematics, Life Science, Science, Social Studies course curriculum acquisition, theme, values, skills, measurement approaches and so on. have been examined and compared. Qualitative research design was adopted in the process of collecting, analyzing and interpreting data in the research, and data were obtained through document review. Document review; This includes the analysis of written materials containing information about the cases or phenomena targeted for investigation. When primary school was considered to be the basis of other learning processes, it was observed that these curricula were at the forefront with good citizen education. It is believed that the work will provide an important contribution to the future work on the curriculum.