December 17th- December 21st

Happy Holidays!

It’s almost Time for our Break! :) Boy are we ready!

Friday will be our Sing-along- Christmas program at 9:00 A.M. Friday is also early out.

Math

Monday- Friday: Students will be working on Module 4 of Eureka math Learning about Geometry

Reading:

Students will be taking their vocabulary Test on Wednesday (words from last week).

Please make sure students are filling out their Reading 30 books challenge!

Each night Students are assigned to read 20 mins.

Please make sure students are continuing to study multiplication and division facts.

See you all next year! ūüėČ

December 10th-14th

We are wrapping up our division, students just finished their division test and we are moving on to Geometry. Division and Multi-digit multiplication is a big feat in fourth grade! Way to go 4th Graders! :) We are continuously working every night on our Basic multiplication facts and basic Division facts.

Monday: Math Module 4 Geometric vocabulary

Tuesday: Module 4 Lesson 2

Wednesday: Module 4 Lesson 3

Thursday: Module 4 Lesson 4

Friday: Module 4 Lesson 5

Spelling and Vocabulary: (*Test will be on Friday)

VOCAB:

  1. Debut
  2. Stubborn
  3. Permission
  4. Hauling
  5. Mournful
  6. Towered
  7. Triumph
  8. Discouraged
  9. Border
  10. Toured

SPELLING:

  1. learn
  2. worth
  3. dirty
  4. early
  5. worn
  6. return
  7. sore
  8. thirst
  9. pure
  10. world
  11. burn
  12. search
  13. record
  14. worse
  15. cure
  16. thirteen
  17. board
  18. sport
  19. course
  20. current

December 3rd- December 7th

Math: Students will be taking their math Division test on Wednesday

Reading: Students will be taking their Vocabulary tests on Wednesday as well. The vocabulary words will be the same words as last week

Vocabulary for Lesson 9 :

  1. reference used for information
  2. borrow use for a while
  3. local in a nearby area
  4. fault a mistake
  5. apologize say ‚ÄúI‚Äôm sorry‚ÄĚ
  6. insisted said firmly
  7. fainted passed out
  8. proof showing truth
  9. Genuine honest, real
  10. slimy thick and slippery

***Please make sure students are practicing math facts and reading every night for at least 20 mins.

 

 

November 26th-30th

For This week Students will be working on Division, We will be getting to the standard algorithm (the way we all learned it) this week, but we are starting with another method called Big 7. This method we will be worked on in class. We will start working on more math homework at home and school around Wednesday or Thursday.

*Please make sure Students are reading 20 mins each night, and spend at least 15 to 20 mins. on practicing times tables.

Vocabulary for Lesson 9 :

  1. reference used for information
  2. borrow use for a while
  3. local in a nearby area
  4. fault a mistake
  5. apologize say ‚ÄúI‚Äôm sorry‚ÄĚ
  6. insisted said firmly
  7. fainted passed out
  8. proof showing truth
  9. Genuine honest, real
  10. slimy thick and slippery

Spelling:

  1. spark

  2. prepare

  3. cheer

  4. scarf

  5. scare

  6. repair

  7. earring

  8. scarce

  9. weird

  10. sharp

  11. rear

  12. spare

  13. upstairs

  14. gear

  15. tear

  16. hairy

  17. compare

  18. alarm

  19. harsh

  20. square

November 19th-20th

Happy Thanksgiving!

Students will have school Monday and Tuesday this week. Thanksgiving break will be Wednesday, November 21st-November 23rd.

*For Homework Students will have Multiplication Practice for 15-20 mins each night.

*Reading 20 mins each night.

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Please makes sure students are recording their reading for the 30 book reading challenge.

November 12th-16th

Homework: Read 20 mins each night

Practice multiplication facts

Any unfinished work in class needs to be taken home as homework

*Please help students remember to work on their challenge reading (reading 30 books for the year)

Monday: Math Lesson 37

Tuesday: Math Lesson 38 Standard form multiplication

Wednesday: Math Lesson 14 Division

Thursday: Math Lesson 15 Division

Friday: Math Lesson 16 Division

In Reading we are finishing up our last Lesson, and will be starting a new lesson on Wednesday. There will be no vocabulary, or spelling quizzes this week.

 

November 5th-6th

*Parents please make sure students are practicing their math multiplication tables for 15- 20 mins each night. This is soo important! One really great program for multiplication practice is Xtramath.org. Students should received an Xtra Math Flyer to help them get logged on and practice math facts. Please help them to access this great tool!

*Reading: 2o mins. each night.

Monday: Math Lesson 13 (Module 3)

Tuesday: Math Lesson 34 Multiplying 2 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers

Wednesday: Math Lesson 34/35

Thursday: Math Lesson 36

Friday: Math Lesson 37-38  Spelling and Vocabulary Test  (Friday will be a short-day due to Professional Development)

Spelling and Vocabulary :

Lesson 7

Vocabulary :

entertaining

promote

focus

advertise

jolts

critics

target

thrilling

angles

generated

Spelling Words:

bloom   cookbook

tool        shampoo

put         wool

stool      proof

prove    group

brook   foolish

bush    crooked

booth   raccoon

hook    groom

roof      soup

October 29th-November 2nd

*The Halloween costume Parade will be this Wednesday, October, 31st. This will start at 8:40 :) Parents are invited!

*We will be having our class Halloween Party Wednesday, at 10:45.

Monday: Math Module 3 Lesson 9

Tuesday: Math Module 3 Review/Pumpkin craft

Wednesday:¬†Halloween ūüéÉ

Thursday: Math Module 3 Lesson 11

Friday: Math Module 3 Lesson 12, Students will be having their Spelling Test.

Reading this week will be Unit 2 Lesson 6

Students will have their vocabulary and Spelling test Friday.

Vocabulary Words:

alarmed, reacted, convey,  daring, awe, luminous, indescribable, extraordinary, fade, conferring

Vocabulary Practice:

1. When have you heard a news report that alarmed you? Why did it alarm you?

2. Name a time when you reacted to something with joy.

3. What is one thing kids should always convey to their parents?

4. Describe a daring act someone tried to get you to do that you refused to do.

5. Tell about a sight that you looked at with awe.

6. What luminous objects can you see inside your house at night?

7. Have you ever seen anything that was so beautiful or so weird it was indescribable? What was it?

8. What extraordinary creatures have you seen in science magazines or on science-based TV shows?

9. Name something you have seen that can fade.

10. When is conferring with your friends important?

Spelling: 

Spelling: Vowel Sounds /u/, /yoo/, and /oo/

Vowel Sounds /u/, /yoo/, and /oo/

Spelling Words

1. bunch 2. fruit 3. argue 4. crumb 5. crew 6. tune 7. juice 8. refuse 9. truth 10. young 11. clue

 12. trunk 13. amuse 14. suit 15. rude 16. trust 17. dew 18. stuck 19. rescue 20. brush

 

Pumpkins For 4th Grade :)

Dear Parents,

Our 4th grade class is going to do a Halloween craft/activity with pumpkin babies. Students will neeImage result for 4th grade pumpkins babies bodiesd a medium-sized pumpkin brought to school on Monday, October 29th. We will be starting our Pumpkin activity on Tuesday, October 30th. I would like to have pumpkins brought in on Monday, to see how many pumpkins we will have for our project.

We will be painting our pumpkins and using doll/baby clothes to pin onto the pumpkins. Students may bring any sort of soft-like stuffing to help their pumpkin look like they have a body. In the past I have seen students bring grocery bags, cotton stuffing, or extra clothing to help stuff their pumpkins.

On Wednesday, October 31st, Students will be taking care of their pumpkin babies, taking them to recess, and  various other activities.

If there are any questions or concerns please email me. We are all excited for our Halloween Pumpkins!

 

October 22nd-26th

Dear Parents, we are going to be having a pumpkin, Halloween Craft. We will be using medium-sized, pumpkins. If you would like your student to have their own project please send them with a pumpkin by Monday, October 29th. Students will also be using baby clothes for this activity, clothes can also be toddler sizes. Let’s just say our pumpkins are going to need clothing :). This is a fun activity where students will have pumpkin babies at school for a day :). I will send a note home with students explaining more details.

Monday: Math Module 3 Lesson 4

Tuesday: Math Module 3 Lesson 5

Wednesday: Math Module 3 Lesson 6

Thursday: Math Module 3 Lesson 7

Friday: Math Module 3 Lesson 8, Students will be having their Spelling Test.

Our Vocabulary Test will be next week.

Reading this week will be Unit 2 Lesson 1

Vocabulary Words:

alarmed, reacted, convey,  daring, awe, luminous, indescribable, extraordinary, fade, conferring

Vocabulary Practice:

1. When have you heard a news report that alarmed you? Why did it alarm you?

2. Name a time when you reacted to something with joy.

3. What is one thing kids should always convey to their parents?

4. Describe a daring act someone tried to get you to do that you refused to do.

5. Tell about a sight that you looked at with awe.

6. What luminous objects can you see inside your house at night?

7. Have you ever seen anything that was so beautiful or so weird it was indescribable? What was it?

8. What extraordinary creatures have you seen in science magazines or on science-based TV shows?

9. Name something you have seen that can fade.

10. When is conferring with your friends important?

Spelling: 

Spelling: Vowel Sounds /u/, /yoo/, and /oo/

Vowel Sounds /u/, /yoo/, and /oo/

Spelling Words

1. bunch 2. fruit 3. argue 4. crumb 5. crew 6. tune 7. juice 8. refuse 9. truth 10. young 11. clue 12. trunk 13. amuse 14. suit 15. rude 16. trust 17. dew 18. stuck 19. rescue 20. brush