|Andrea Roney - Fourth Grade|
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Invitation Reminder: We never want to have a child feel left out or have their feelings hurt by not receiving an invitation to a party. Even as adults, we know the emotional hurt from being excluded. This is why we highly discourage the passing out of invitations at school. The only exception is if you are inviting the whole class and the invitations are distributed by your child’s teacher. Invitations are never to be distributed by a student or parent. Thank you for your cooperation.
PARCC testing will begin the Wednesday after we return from Spring Break. I will post the schedule here, as well as send home a paper copy as well. Please make sure to have your child get a good night's sleep, a healthy breakfast, and be ready to do their very best on the test! They may bring in mints or gum to use during the testing windows. Also, please check with your child to make sure they have a pair of working headphones, as they will need them on PARCC.
Wednesday, April 4: Math 1
Thursday, April 5: Math 2
Friday, April 6: Math 3
Monday, April 9: Math 4
Tuesday, April 10: ELA 1
Thursday, April 12: ELA 2
Monday, April 16: ELA 3
Curriculum preview for the week of April 3, 2018.
We will be continuing Module 6 this week, which covers Decimals. This week lessons will include 10-13, which will explore comparing decimals as well as adding tenths and hundredths.
Please use the Zearn website to reinforce lessons taught in class. Students have the login info in their assignment notebooks.
ELA: We will be starting our fourth unit on 'Heroes.' This unit be focusing on skills such as describing characters, setting, or events, as well as identifying themes and comparing them with other stories from a variety of cultures. This quarter we will use a number of Greek myths to explore these themes and characters, and our novel for the quarter will be the Lightning Thief.
Writing: We will working on developing persuasive essays based upon research on particular subjects.
Social Studies: We will begin to study the Western region.