Friday, December 20 (Day A)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure

MATH:

  • No homework

SPELLING:

  • No homework
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Wednesday-9 (We will check this after the holiday vacation.)

SCIENCE:

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) if you didn’t
  • Girl Scout Troop 70146 is collecting donations for Lancaster County Pet Pantry.   Some Items include: old towels, cat and dog food (any size or brand), distilled water, clorox wipes only, paper towels, detergent, Ziplock gallon bags. For a more detailed list, check out the Conestoga blog (under school links). Donations are needed by January 10.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Jan. 6 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Winter break December 23-January 1–Happy Holidays:)
  • January 9–PTO meeting in the Commons at 6:45 p.m.
  • January 10–End of MP 2
  • January 13–No school (teacher in-service)
  • January 20–No school (MLK Day)
  • January 27–report card distribution

Thursday, December 19 (Day D)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure

MATH:

  • No homework

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 13 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 13 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Wednesday-9 (We will check this after the holiday vacation.)

SCIENCE:

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Jan. 6 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Friday, December 20–early dismissal (1:30 pm)
  • Winter break December 23-January 1–Happy Holidays:)
  • January 9–PTO meeting in the Commons at 6:45 p.m.
  • January 10–End of MP 2
  • January 13–No school (teacher in-service)
  • January 20–No school (MLK Day)
  • January 27–report card distribution

Wednesday, December 18 (Day C)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure

MATH:

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 13 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 13 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Wednesday-9
  • If students did not complete their good copy of the “Reading to Max” TDA in class, they must finish it tonight and hand it in tomorrow morning with their prewrite and the story.

SCIENCE:

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • Student health screenings will be done on Thursday during PE.  Students -remember to bring your glasses to school and wear them to PE.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Jan. 6 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Friday, December 20–early dismissal (1:30 pm)
  • Winter break December 23-January 1–Happy Holidays:)
  • January 9–PTO meeting in the Commons at 6:45 p.m.
  • January 10–End of MP 2
  • January 13–No school (teacher in-service)
  • January 20–No school (MLK Day)
  • January 27–report card distribution

Tuesday, December 17 (Day B)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 11 Vocabulary Test on Wednesday

MATH:

  • pp. 495-496 #1-19 odds only (Ss are encouraged to use a calculator and/or their divisibility sheet to complete their homework)

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 13 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 13 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Wednesday-9

SCIENCE:

SOCIAL STUDIES:

  • Mr. John Stehman, president of the Conestoga Area Historical Society, visited our social studies class today as an extension to our Conestoga wagon lesson/visit back in October. He brought a set of authentic bells used on the horse teams of that time period and educated us on the tradition of the bells.

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • Student health screenings will be done on Thursday during PE.  Students -remember to bring your glasses to school and wear them to PE.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Jan. 6 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Friday, December 20–early dismissal (1:30 pm)
  • Winter break December 23-January 1–Happy Holidays:)
  • January 9–PTO meeting in the Commons at 6:45 p.m.
  • January 10–End of MP 2
  • January 13–No school (teacher in-service)
  • January 20–No school (MLK Day)
  • January 27–report card distribution

Monday, December 16 (Day A)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 11 Vocabulary Test on Wednesday

MATH:

  • Students received their volume 2 workbook today and were to place their first volume in their backpacks to take home.
  • pp. 489-490 #1-13 odds only (Ss are encouraged to use a calculator to complete their homework)
  • Chapter 7 test is in today’s WWE

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 13 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 13 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Tuesday-9

SCIENCE:

  • Today in class we got to experiment with different kinds of magnets. 🙂

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Jan. 6 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Friday, December 20–early dismissal (1:30 pm)
  • Winter break December 23-January 1–Happy Holidays:)
  • January 9–PTO meeting in the Commons at 6:45 p.m.
  • January 10–End of MP 2
  • January 13–No school (teacher in-service)
  • January 20–No school (MLK Day)
  • January 27–report card distribution

Friday, December 13 (Day D)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 11 Vocabulary Test on Wednesday

MATH:

  • Chapter 1-7 review sheet #1-5 (Ss had time in class after the test to complete the page)

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 13 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 13 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Monday-9

SCIENCE:

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) if you didn’t
  • A letter for parents was sent home with the students today. It should be in their blue homework folder.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Dec. 16 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • An Early American Candlelight Christmas event–Saturday, December 14, between 5-9 p.m. (You can see the students’ ornaments.)

Thursday, December 12 (Day C)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 11 Vocabulary Test next week

MATH:

  • Use your corrected chapter 7 practice test as your study guide for tomorrow’s test.

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 12 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 12 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Monday-9
  • Today in class we completed the prewrite for paragraph 2 of the TDA for “Reading to Max”. Tonight students should complete the prewrite for the 3rd paragraph about Max if they didn’t finish in class. They should follow the same three steps that we used in the second paragraph – topic sentence, intro/quote, infer/explain.

SCIENCE:

  • Use the new, one-page green study guide to prepare for the test on the Scientific Method Test this week. (4-O on Friday)

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • 12/12 – PTO meeting 6:45 pm in the Commons
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Dec. 16 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • An Early American Candlelight Christmas event–Saturday, December 14, between 5-9 p.m. (You can see the students’ ornaments.)

Wednesday, December 11 (Day B)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 11 Vocabulary Test next week
  • Both groups used computer coding to create a short story with their kindergarten buddies today 🙂

MATH:

  • pp. 469-470 #1-10 evens (students are permitted to use a calculator)
  • Blue group had an hour of coding today in class–order of operations

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 12 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 12 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Monday-9

SCIENCE:

  • Use the new, one-page green study guide to prepare for the test on the Scientific Method Test this week. (4-O on Friday)

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • Chorus concert–Thursday, December 12 (9:30-10:00 a.m.)
  • 12/12 – PTO meeting 6:45 pm in the Commons
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Dec. 16 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Supporting Penn Manor families during the holiday season: 4th grade — BOTTLES OF SHAMPOO. Collecting between Tuesday, December 3– Wednesday, December 11.
  • An Early American Candlelight Christmas event–Saturday, December 14, between 5-9 p.m. (You can see the students’ ornaments.)

Tuesday, December 10 (Day A)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 11 Vocabulary Test next week

MATH:

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 12 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 12 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Monday-9

SCIENCE:

  • Use the new, one-page green study guide to prepare for the test on the Scientific Method Test this week. (4-G on Wednesday & 4-O on Friday)

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • Chorus concert–Thursday, December 12 (9:30-10:00 a.m.)
  • 12/12 – PTO meeting 6:45 pm in the Commons
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Dec. 16 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Supporting Penn Manor families during the holiday season: 4th grade — BOTTLES OF SHAMPOO. Collecting between Tuesday, December 3– Wednesday, December 11.
  • An Early American Candlelight Christmas event–Saturday, December 14, between 5-9 p.m. (You can see the students’ ornaments.)

Monday, December 9 (Day D)

READING:

  • Read for pleasure
  • Study for the Lesson 11 Vocabulary Test next week

MATH:

  • pp. 449-450 #1-7 (students are permitted to use a calculator)

SPELLING:

  • Study the Week 12 word list for the test on Friday. The Week 12 homework is due by Friday.
  • Students can practice their words through the use of Spelling City (found under Fun Linkson the right side of the blog post). It is still helpful, though, to have an adult give paper and pencil practice tests to check progress.

WRITING:

  • Do DLR (Daily Language Review) Thursday-8

SCIENCE:

  • Use the new, one-page green study guide to prepare for the test on the Scientific Method Test this week. (4-G on Wednesday & 4-O on Friday)

SOCIAL STUDIES:

INFORMATION:

  • Sign & return the WWE (Weekly Work Envelope) & WR (blue Weekly Report) by Friday.
  • FYI: Chromebooks MUST come to school fully charged each day.
  • Chorus concert–Thursday, December 12 (9:30-10:00 a.m.)
  • 12/12 – PTO meeting 6:45 pm in the Commons
  • The next instrument lesson day with Ms. Almoney is Monday, Dec. 16 (Remember your instrument and book)
  • Supporting Penn Manor families during the holiday season: 4th grade — BOTTLES OF SHAMPOO. Collecting between Tuesday, December 3– Wednesday, December 11.
  • An Early American Candlelight Christmas event–Saturday, December 14, between 5-9 p.m. (You can see the students’ ornaments.)