Dear 4th Grade Families,
We want to once again thank you for your patience as we make our way through this new Distance Learning. We would like you to refer to our Classroom Web Page and our Google Classroom Pages for any assignments or activities while out of school. Once again, thanks so much for your patience and we look forward to seeing you back at school soon.
ELA – iReady ELA – 15-20 minutes per day. Continue reading for the 25 Book Club/Complete a summary sheet once book is completed , 20 minutes per day. Complete a Whooo’s Reading Quiz if there is a quiz available for the book you read. Vocabulary Workshop.
Social Studies – New York State Social Studies Weekly Newspaper.
Math – Do iReady for Math, 15-20 minutes per day. Go Math Workbook – Volume #1 and# 2. View the videos that go along with each lesson prior to the lesson. Practice Multiplication/Division facts daily.
Science – New York State Science Studies Weekly Newspaper. Visit the Mystery Science Sites – View the mini lessons. Write a journal response in your Science section of your binder. Be sure to label which lesson and always date your work.
Religion – Be sure to continue with your daily prayers. Visit this site daily and reflect. Please make personal reflections in the religion section of your binder. Record the bible story title and date at the top of each reflection. HERE
Other Fun/Optional sites/Activities:
Daily Schedule ideas:
Afternoon fresh air
Suggestions for an academic time frame: Math: 20- 30 mins. per day M-F, ELA: 20-30 mins. per day M-F, Social Studies: 15-20 mins. T/Th/F, Science: 15-20 mins. M/ Th, and Religion: 15-20 mins. M/W/F. I hope this helps.
Thank you so much,
4th Grade Student Supply List 2020-2021
- 1 Pair of Scissors
- 2 packs of 12 count, pre-sharpened, #2 Pencils
- 2 highlighters
- 2 glue sticks
- 2 black sharpies
- 1 large pink eraser
- 2 (3”) package of post-it notes
- 12” ruler with English and Metric Units
- 1 small 4” protractor
- 1 (24) count pack of colored pencils
- 1 package of 3 x 5 index cards
- 2 packages of loose-leaf graph paper
- 2 packages of loose-leaf lined paper
- 1 package of scotch tape refill
- 1 pair of Headphones
- 1 oversized t-shirt (art smock)
- 1 boxes of tissues
- 1 container of disinfectant wipes
- 1 package of page protectors
- 1 box (quart size) Ziploc bags
- 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
- 1 roll of paper towels
- 1 pack of low odor expo markers
Dear Soon to be 4th Grade Parents,
Please read over the Summer Reading Assignment and expectations with your child. The Summer Reading Assignment is DUE no later than September 14, 2020.The Summer Reading Assignment is for a First Quarter Report Card / ELA Grade. Please return to school with the book for some follow-up activities during the first few weeks of school.
We have read the information on the Summer Reading Assignment and have gone over the expectations.
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Dear Soon to be 4th Grade Parents,
We hope that you all have a fantastic summer vacation and enjoy God’s many blessings.
This letter is to inform you of the Summer 2020 Reading Assignment.
ALL 4th Grade students will be required to pick a book of their choice and over the summer. Attached to this letter, you will find the activities that your child is expected to complete while reading the book.
If you have any questions, please let us know. We are truly looking forward to another amazing year of growth, learning, and of course, fun!
Directions: On lined paper, write your first and last name on the top of the page and the name of the book and author. Please complete #1-5.
- Read The book of your choice and find 4 unfamiliar vocabulary words. Write the vocabulary word, rewrite the sentence that you found it in, write the page number, and write the definition of the word.
- After reading Chapter 1, write one question that you would ask a classmate after reading that chapter.
- Write about one (1) self to text connection that you can think of after completing the book.
- Draw a picture that comes to your mind after reading your favorite chapter in this book. Be sure to tell what chapter this is and why it is your favorite chapter.
- Write if you would recommend this book to a friend or not and explain your answer.