Thursday, September 19 (Day D)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 18 Vocabulary Test on Friday

MATH:

  • p. 139-140 #1-10 evens only
  • Chapter 1 test was returned and reviewed with students. The corrected test will be in their WWE on Monday.

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet for Week 2. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 2 Test on Friday.
  • The Week 1 Spelling Tests were sent home in the WWE Monday. If your child had trouble on the test, it may help if someone at home could practice a little with them each night. It often helps if you give them each word and they write it. If they misspell a word, have them write it correctly three times to see the correct spelling. You can work on a part of the list at a time so it’s not overwhelming.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Students learned about Native American petroglyphs (rock carvings). Using the paper clip, piece of construction paper, and two symbol sheets they were given, students are to etch/create a petroglyph mini story. Their petroglph is due Friday.

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • Our next Book Exchange is Monday, Sept. 23
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Sept. 23.

Wednesday, September 18 (Day C)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 18 Vocabulary Test on Friday

MATH:

  • Students rocked their performance of We Will Round You at today’s assembly!

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet for Week 2. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 2 Test on Friday.
  • The Week 1 Spelling Tests were sent home in the WWE Monday. If your child had trouble on the test, it may help if someone at home could practice a little with them each night. It often helps if you give them each word and they write it. If they misspell a word, have them write it correctly three times to see the correct spelling. You can work on a part of the list at a time so it’s not overwhelming.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

  • Student scientists searched the classroom for toothpick insects, and we learned about the benefits of protective coloration!

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Students learned about Native American petroglyphs (rock carvings). Using the paper clip, piece of construction paper, and two symbol sheets they were given, students are to etch/create a petroglyph mini story. Their petroglph is due Friday.

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • Our next Book Exchange is Monday, Sept. 23
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Sept. 23.

Tuesday, September 17 (Day B)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 18 Vocabulary Test on Friday

MATH:

  • Chapter 2 test is TOMORROW. Students have their corrected practice test to use as their study guide. Chapter 2 test is this Wednesday. Students will have a corrected practice test on Tuesday to use as their study guide.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet for Week 2. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 2 Test on Friday.
  • The Week 1 Spelling Tests were sent home in the WWE Monday. If your child had trouble on the test, it may help if someone at home could practice a little with them each night. It often helps if you give them each word and they write it. If they misspell a word, have them write it correctly three times to see the correct spelling. You can work on a part of the list at a time so it’s not overwhelming.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • INSTRUMENT AND STRING INFORMATION: In the WWE there was a pink half sheet indicating which subject(s) your child is missing during their lesson. Students are responsible for making up missed work or assessments.
  • Our next Book Exchange is Monday, Sept. 23
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Sept. 23.

Monday, September 16 (Day A)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 18 Vocabulary Test on Friday

MATH:

  • pp 118 #1, 2, 6
  • Chapter 2 test is this Wednesday. Students will have a corrected practice test on Tuesday to use as their study guide.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet for Week 2. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 2 Test on Friday.
  • The Week 1 Spelling Tests were sent home in the WWE today. If your child had trouble on the test, it may help if someone at home could practice a little with them each night. It often helps if you give them each word and they write it. If they misspell a word, have them write it correctly three times to see the correct spelling. You can work on a part of the list at a time so it’s not overwhelming.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

  • We released our eighth and last monarch butterfly on Friday!  It was a female.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • INSTRUMENT AND STRING INFORMATION: In today’s WWE there is a pink half sheet indicating which subject(s) your child is missing during their lesson. Students are responsible for making up missed work or assessments.
  • We made Three Sisters Tacos in the garden last week with Mrs. Horst. We are sending home her corn tortilla recipe in the WWE.
  • Our next Book Exchange is Monday, Sept. 23
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Sept. 23.

Friday, September 13 (Day D)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 18 Vocabulary Test next week

MATH:

  • pp 103-104 #1-9 odds only (work shown on notebook paper-use the columns)
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet for Week 2. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 2 Test on Friday.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

  • We released our eighth and last monarch butterfly today! 🙂 It was a female.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) if you didn’t.
  • We made Three Sisters Tacos in the garden yesterday with Mrs. Horst. We will send home her corn tortilla recipe on Monday.
  • Our next Book Exchange is Monday, Sept. 23
  • Our classroom has large headphones students can use with their new Chromebooks (laptops), but since most students feel more comfortable using earbuds, they are welcome to bring those in.

Thursday, September 12 (Day C)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 18 Vocabulary Test next week

MATH:

  • pp 97-98 #1-8 evens only (work shown on notebook paper-use the columns)
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 1 Test on Friday.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

  • We saw our seventh monarch butterfly emerge today! 🙂

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • We made Three Sisters Tacos in the garden today with Mrs. Horst. Ask your child to tell you about it. 🙂
  • Our next Book Exchange is Monday, Sept. 23
  • 9/12 PTO Meeting at 6:45 in the Commons
  • Our classroom has large headphones students can use with their new Chromebooks (laptops), but since most students feel more comfortable using earbuds, they are welcome to bring those in.

Wednesday, September 11 (Day B)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure

MATH:

  • pp 92 #1-7 odds only
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 1 Test on Friday.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

  • We released our sixth monarch butterfly today! (4 males & 2 females) We’re watching for our last two to emerge. 🙂

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • Our next Book Exchange is Monday, Sept. 23
  • Our class will be doing a garden activity with Mrs. Horst tomorrow, from 11:10-11:40. We could use two more parent volunteers. If you would like to sign up, please go to this link: Sign up to help in the garden
    Thank you!
  • 9/12 PTO Meeting at 6:45 in the Commons
  • Our classroom has large headphones students can use with their new Chromebooks (laptops), but since most students feel more comfortable using earbuds, they are welcome to bring those in.

Tuesday, September 10 (Day A)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure

MATH:

  • pp 83-84 #1-8 evens only
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 1 Test on Friday.

WRITING:

SCIENCE:

  • We released 5 monarch butterflies yesterday – 3 males and 2 females! We are now watching the last three chrysalises. 
butterflies

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • Book Exchange tomorrow
  • Our class will be doing a garden activity with Mrs. Horst this Thursday, September 12, from 11:10-11:40. We could use three more parent volunteers. If you would like to sign up, please go to this link: Sign up to help in the garden
    Thank you!
  • 9/12 PTO Meeting at 6:45 in the Commons
  • Our classroom has large headphones students can use with their new Chromebooks (laptops), but since most students feel more comfortable using earbuds, they are welcome to bring those in.

Monday, September 9 (Day D)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure

MATH:

  • pp 71-72 #1-18 odds only
  • Chapter 1 test is in today’s WWE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_
  • kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Complete the 2-sided worksheet. It is due by Friday.
  • Study for the Week 1 Test on Friday.

WRITING:

  • We are learning about figurative language – similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, alliteration, hyperbole, and personification.

SCIENCE:

  • We released 5 monarch butterflies today – 3 males and 2 females! We are now watching the last three chrysalises. 🙂
butterflies

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Students are to use their completed PA map that shows the location of each tribe and indicates to which nation they belonged (Iroquois or Algonquian) as their study guide for a 10 point quiz next week (4O-Monday; 4G-Tuesday). They have reviewed this at the top of each social studies class:)

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • Our class will be doing a garden activity with Mrs. Horst this Thursday, September 12, from 11:10-11:40. We could use three more parent volunteers. If you would like to sign up, please go to this link: Sign up to help in the garden
    Thank you!
  • 9/12 PTO Meeting at 6:45 in the Commons
  • Our classroom has large headphones students can use with their new Chromebooks (laptops), but since most students feel more comfortable using earbuds, they are welcome to bring those in.

Friday, September 6 (Day C)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure

MATH:

  • pp 65-66 #1-11 odds only
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_kt0ecu_jk Here is the video for “We Will Round (Rock) You” -happy practicing:) Fourth grade will be performing this at our September 18 all-school assembly (props can include sunglasses and ballcaps;))

SPELLING:

  • Students received their first list and worksheet today. The completed 2-sided worksheet is due on Fridays and the test will be administered Fridays (or last day of the school week) .

WRITING:

  • We are learning about figurative language – similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, alliteration, hyperbole, and personification.

SCIENCE:

  • We now have 10 monarch chrysalises. We are expecting our first butterflies next week!
  • Use the half page, green study guide to prepare for the quiz on the 4 stages of complete metamorphosis for a monarch. The quiz will be on Monday.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Complete and turn in the “My 3 Sisters Garden” sheet by Monday (4G) for a privilege ticket:) On the reverse side of that sheet is a 3 Sisters Stew recipe–bon appetit!
  • Students are to use their completed PA map that shows the location of each tribe and indicates to which nation they belonged (Iroquois or Algonquian) as their study guide for a 10 point quiz next week (4O-Monday; 4G-Tuesday). They have reviewed this at the top of each social studies class:)

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) if you didn’t
  • Band instrument lessons will be Monday. If your instrument was delivered to the school, Miss Almoney will give it to you at your lesson.
  • Our classroom has large headphones students can use with their new Chromebooks (laptops), but since most students feel more comfortable using earbuds, they are welcome to bring those in.