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Week of October 30, 2017

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Please ask your students if they have glue sticks and dry erase markers.  They need them almost daily, and many are running low.
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Please continue signing the agenda and reading log every night to show that students have completed homework.
Friday, November 3 – Wordly Wise Unit 6 Test
Friday, November 3  – Spelling Test
*******  Make sure you are reading for AR.  Most of you should be reading books that are 5th grade or higher.  Only books that are 4.2 or higher count this quarter, but I truly believe you should be pushing yourself to read at a higher level than that.

This week we will be working on finding factors,

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identifying prime and composite numbers,

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and the divisibility rules.

 

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On Monday, students will complete an assessment where they are to write a summary of a couple pages we have read in the Animal Defenses book.  Summaries should include a topic sentence, details from the book, and a concluding sentence.

We will examine the differences and similarity between poetry, prose, and drama this week.  We will be learning the vocabulary that goes with these types of writing such as cast of characters, rhythm, and rhyme scheme.  We will be working in pairs to take a poem by Shel Silverstein and write a short story (prose) that matches the meaning of the poem.  We will then work on a short two person drama that tells the same story.

Students should be reading for the AR requirement 🙂

We will be working on Unit 6  of Wordly Wise this week.   There is a link to games they may use to study on the link above called “Wordly Wise and AR .”  The test will be Friday, November 3 on definitions.

There will be a spelling test on Friday.  The words are on the spelling link from my blog.

We have started an informational booklet project on Colonial Life.  Students will be using print and digital resources to research the colonies and write informational paragraphs for the booklet.  They will also be required to include illustrations, maps, captions, a table, and a glossary to show their knowledge of the text features we have studied.

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Student handwriting and writing conventions become much more important.  I have explained to students that they will be rewriting work that is not neat.

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We have started our Physics unit on Force and Motion.  This is a fun unit with lots of activities.

This unit covers force, motion, gravity, Newton’s Laws, and simple machines.  We will be spending about 4 weeks on this unit.

Last week students looked at and discussed Newton’s Laws as well as experimenting with marbles and the force of motion.  This week we continue our study with the concepts of Potential and Kinetic Energy.  This will include the making of Spool Rollers and doing activities with Matchbox cars and ramps.

All notes for science will be kept in your students’ Science notebook.  Ask your child to bring their notebooks home to show you what we are covering.  The notebook is also what students should be studying as tests and quizzes occur.

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This week we will continue our unit on American colonization.  We have covered the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies and some of their differences and similarities.  This week we will take a deeper look at the types of colonial homes and compare and contrast life on a plantation and life in a colonial village.  We will discuss the differences and similarities between slaves and indentured servants as well as types of artisans and how they contributed to the colonial society.   Students will be able to discuss the economies of the different regions as well as the people who live in the region and how their lives are similar and different.

 

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Using Office 365

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This is what the kids have been working on in STEM lab.

To access Office 365 from home students should:

Go to www.cobbk12.org and click on the Parents tab

Click on Office 365 login (there is also a link to support for Office 365 that includes instructions and tutorials)

The username is: [email protected]

The password is: their student ID #

Once logged in, students should choose the One Drive icon (has clouds for the icon)

Click on “shared with me” on the left side of the screen

Click on “Mawn STEM” on the right side of the screen

Click on the student’s name (left side of screen)

Information is on the assignment is in the Handouts folder and their response page is in the Homework folder.

 

Students were all successfully able to do this on their own in the STEM Lab. We will continue to work on this in the STEM Lab through the winter holiday break.

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Reflections due tomorrow

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PTA Reflections

Does your child enjoy art, music and dance or are you talented at writing, making films and taking pictures? Allow them to show their inner artist and be recognized with PTA Reflections! This year’s theme is  “Within Reach” calls for their personal interpretation through the arts. Kids can pick up instructions and an entry form in the front office, then drop off their submissions in the red Reflections box near the library.  The last day for submissions is Friday, October 27. For more information click here:  http://www.cobbk12.org/Kincaid/Reflections.aspx

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Week of October 23, 2017

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FOUNDATION NEWS

Foundation Friday

This Friday students may pay $2 and wear their Halloween costumes. Please make sure that any costume is school appropriate. We also ask that students not bring props (swords, bats, light sabers, etc.) because they get lost, and that they not wear masks or makeup that completely covers their face. Costume additions like wings are okay as they are part of the costume itself.

Halloween Dance This Friday!!

The Halloween Dance is already here! The dance will take place in the gym where there will be music and lots of tricks and treats! Bruster’s Ice Cream will be available for purchase ($4 cone/$3 cup) as well as popcorn and water ($1 each). There will also be face painting ($3) and glow sticks ($1 each) and glow in the dark grab bags ($5 each).

Please remember to register and pre-pay your child for the dance by Wednesday and they will receive a free glow wristband. If your child will be attending ASP on Friday you will need to fill out a permission form (click here) and will need to register and pre-pay for both ASP ($7) and the Halloween Dance ($7).

Support the Foundation and PTA while having a blast at this family FUNdraiser! Parents and siblings are encouraged to attend!

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Please ask your students if they have glue sticks and dry erase markers.  They need them almost daily, and many are running low.
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Please continue signing the agenda and reading log every night to show that students have completed homework.
Thursday, October 26 – PJ and Hat Day
Friday, October 27 – Foundation Friday –
Friday, October 27 – Spelling Test
Friday, October 27 – Multiplication Test

There are still a few students who do not know their multiplication tables.  Please use flashcards or call facts out to help them speed up these facts.  The worst ones are 6 x 7, 6 x 8, and 8 x 7.

We are finishing up multiplication with a test on Friday.  Students should be able to multiply 2 digits by 2 digits as well as up to 4 digits by 1 digit.  They are doing great with these skills.

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The traditional method is a 5th grade standard that is being covered in AC 4th grade math.  Students need to be fluent with their multiplication strategies.  Please take some time to quiz them on the tables through 9 to help with this unit.

Students are working in reading groups to read, identify main ideas, and summarize the informational text Animal Defenses.

Students should be reading for the AR requirement 🙂

We will be working on Unit 6  of Wordly Wise this week.   There is a link to games they may use to study on the link above called “Wordly Wise and AR .”  The test will be Friday, October 20 on definitions.

There will be a spelling test on Friday.  The words are on the spelling link from my blog.

We have started an informational booklet project on Colonial Life.  Students will be using print and digital resources to research the colonies and write informational paragraphs for the booklet.  They will also be required to include illustrations, maps, captions, a table, and a glossary to show their knowledge of the text features we have studied.

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Student handwriting and writing conventions become much more important.  I have explained to students that they will be rewriting work that is not neat.

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We have started our Physics unit on Force and Motion.  This is a fun unit with lots of activities.  They built roller coasters in Science Lab this week.

This unit covers force, motion, gravity, Newton’s Laws, and simple machines.  We will be spending about 4 weeks on this unit.

All notes for science will be kept in your students’ Science notebook.  Ask your child to bring their notebooks home to show you what we are covering.  The notebook is also what students should be studying as tests and quizzes occur.

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This week we will continue our unit on American colonization.  We have discussed the beginning of the English colonies with Roanoke Island and Jamestown.  This week we continue to talk about the New England and Middle Colonies.  Students will be able to discuss the economies of the different regions as well as the people who live in the region and how their lives are similar and different.

 

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Week of October 16, 2017

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 REMEMBER THAT NEXT WEEK IS CONFERENCES AND EARLY RELEASE.
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Thank you to everyone who sent in force and motion games.  The kids were able to play with some today when they finished their Explorer writing.  We will keep them for one more week.  If anyone else wants to send something in, we would love it!
Our class would love to borrow any games or models that in any way use/show gravity and the forces of push and pull.  Examples are labyrinths, Perplexus, Suspend games, Jenga, race tracks, and marble mazes.  They will be sent home in about one week.
Please ask your students if they have glue sticks and dry erase markers.  They need them almost daily, and many are running low.
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Please continue signing the agenda and reading log every night to show that students have completed homework.
Friday, October 20 – Wordly Wise unit 5 test
Friday, October 20 – Multiplication with traditional algorithm quiz

There are still a few students who do not know their multiplication tables.  Please use flashcards or call facts out to help them speed up these facts.  The worst ones are 6 x 7, 6 x 8, and 8 x 7.

We had a quiz Friday on area model and partial product for multiplication.Image result for area model

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This week we will continue to perfect our study of the traditional algorithm for multiplication until we are confident multiplying 1 digit by 2, 3, and 4 digit numbers and 2 digit by 2 digit numbers.Image result for 2 digit multiplication

The traditional method is a 5th grade standard that is being covered in AC 4th grade math.  Students need to be fluent with their multiplication strategies.  Please take some time to quiz them on the tables through 9 to help with this unit.

We will begin studying informational text for the next few weeks.  This week we will finish a textbook scavenger hunt for text features and then move on to Main Idea and Summarizing informational text.

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We will be finishing unit 5 of Wordly Wise this week.   There is a link to games they may use to study on the link above called “Wordly Wise and AR .”  The test will be Friday, October 20 on definitions.

There will be no spelling this week because of the Early Release schedule.

Students will be working on summarizing informational text this week.

Please be aware that in 4th grade student handwriting and writing conventions become much more important.  I have explained to students that they will be rewriting work that is not neat.

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Our next unit will be Force and Motion.  We will begin this unit next week.  There will be no science this week because of Early Release.

Please send in any games or toys you have at home that the students can explore this week to begin this unit.

All notes for science will be kept in your students’ Science notebook.  Ask your child to bring their notebooks home to show you what we are covering.  The notebook is also what students should be studying as tests and quizzes occur.

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This week we will begin our unit on American colonization.  Students will spend some time this week looking at and understanding the map of the colonies.  We will begin with the New England region looking at the history, the georgraphy, and the jobs.

 

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Week of October 9, 2017

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Our class would love to borrow any games or models that in any way use/show gravity and the forces of push and pull.  Examples are labyrinths, Perplexus, Suspend games, Jenga, race tracks, and marble mazes.  They will be sent home in about two weeks.
Tea bags – 2 large boxes for tea staining our explorer journals
Please ask your students if they have glue sticks and dry erase markers.  They need them almost daily, and many are running low.
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Please continue signing the agenda and reading log every night to show that students have completed homework.
Friday, October 13 – Spelling test 5 (see below)
Friday, October 13 – Explorer Test
Friday, October 20 – Wordly Wise – unit 5 vocabulary test

We are returning to our study of multiplication strategies this week.  We will review area model,Image result for area model

learn the strategy of partial product which is area model without the boxes,Image result for partial product

and then spend a week learning to multiply two 2 digit numbers fluently using the traditional algorithm.Image result for 2 digit multiplication

The traditional method is a 5th grade standard that is being covered in AC 4th grade math.  Students need to be fluent with their multiplication strategies.  Please take some time to quiz them on the tables through 9 to help with this unit.

We will begin studying informational text for the next few weeks.  This week we will cover text features and how they help us better understand informational texts.

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Toward the end of this week and next week, we will begin identifying main ideas in informational text and using the main ideas to write a summary of a nonfiction passage.

We will be finishing unit 5 of Wordly Wise this week.   There is a link to games they may use to study on the link above called “Wordly Wise and AR .”  The test will be Friday, October 20 on definitions.

This week will be a review of the 40 spelling words we have covered so far.  The test on Friday will include 20 words, but the students should be prepared to spell all 40 words.  The words are located on the Spelling link on the blog as well as in their spelling notebooks.

Students will be working this week on finishing an Explorer’s Journal.  They have created a persona that worked on the ship of one of the explorers we are studying.  The rough draft is due Tuesday.  The final draft should be ready to be tea-stained by Friday.

Please be aware that in 4th grade student handwriting and writing conventions become much more important.  I have explained to students that they will be rewriting work that is not neat.

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Our next unit will be Force and Motion.  We will begin this week by exploring the actions of force, motion, push and pull, and gravitational pull.  These are the main concepts covered in the unit is addition to simple machines.

Please send in any games or toys you have at home that the students can explore this week to begin this unit.

All notes for science will be kept in your students’ Science notebook.  Ask your child to bring their notebooks home to show you what we are covering.  The notebook is also what students should be studying as tests and quizzes occur.

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This week we will finish our study of the explorers of North America.  Students should be able to explain the explorers’ goals, obstacles, and accomplishments as well as which countries sponsored the explorations.

The test on Explorers will be on Friday, October 13.  Students should be studying their notes this week.

This unit concentrates on the North American explorers including Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Juan Ponce de Leon, Vasco de Balboa, Jacques Cartier, and Henry Hudson.

This unit broadens the students’ understanding and knowledge of the world map including countries in Europe and Central America as well as the Caribbean Sea.

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Please be sure to enter your email in the “Subscribe” box on the right to receive updates to my blog.  You will be able to keep up with our class and find out what we are doing each week.  In addition, I will be able to communicate class news and updates on this blog.

Remember to join our class TEXT list.  To receive messages via text, text  @ab823a to 81010

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WE WON ATTENDANCE!!!!!

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I am so proud of our class! We are the H.E.R.O. attendance winners for the month of September. H.E.R.O. stands for

 

H-here

E-everyday

R-ready to learn

O-on time

 

We had the highest daily attendance among all of the _____ grade classes and won a PAJAMA day. Your student can wear school appropriate pajamas on Friday, October 13th .

Thank you, parents for sending your child to school on-time and ready to learn, every day they feel well!  

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Week of October 2, 2017

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Hope you had a wonderful Fall Break and got to relax and enjoy each other.
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Please continue signing the agenda and reading log every night to show that students have completed homework.
Thursday, October 5 – Weather Test (changed from Tuesday)
Friday, October 6 – Wordly Wise Lesson 4 Vocabulary Test
Friday, October 6 – Spelling test 4
Friday, October 6 – Decimal Place Value and Addition and Subtraction Quiz (my Math class)
Friday, October 6 – Sign of the Beaver Biography Book Presentations (in-class project)
Next Week – Explorer Test – start studying notebook notes

This week we will be going over decimal place value to the thousandths place.  This is a 5th grade standard which is included in the AC Math curriculum for our 4th grade students.  We will be covering decimals as part of the base ten number system, reading decimal numbers, and addition and subtraction with decimals.  There will be  quiz on Friday on these skills.

Next week, we will be going back to whole number multiplication.  Students have covered using area model to multiply 2 digits by 2 digits.  We will be continuing this standard with a strategy called Partial Product and then mastering the traditional algorithm which is the 5th grade standard for Ac 4th grade students.

We finished The Sign of the Beaver before the break.  The students seemed to love this book and be quite interested in the characters and the time period.  This week we will be working with students from Mrs. Mawn’s AC class to complete a group project called a Body Biography of one of the characters from the novel.  We will also be watching the film version of the novel and comparing and contrasting the two versions – text and film.

We will be finishing unit 4 of Wordly Wise this week.   There is a link to games they may use to study on the link above called “Wordly Wise and AR .”  The test will be Friday, October 6 on definitions.

The new spelling words will be given to the students on Monday.  Several students did not do well on the spelling test last week.  Please check Parent Vue and the grades that come home in the Thursday folder and help your children study for these tests.  I only give them 10 words each week.  These are all words that I am taking from their writing and that 4th grade students should already be able to spell.  Spelling words are recorded each week in students’ spelling notebooks.  I will also add a page to my blog with updated spelling lists on Monday.

 

Students will be working this week on completing an Explorer’s Journal.  They have created a persona that worked on the ship of one of the explorers we are studying.  They will be created journal entries to describe the adventures their character is having on their journey.

Please be aware that in 4th grade student handwriting and writing conventions become much more important.  I have explained to students that they will be rewriting work that is not neat.

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We will complete a Weather study guide in class on Monday.  Students will have a test on Weather on Thursday.

Our next unit will be Force and Motion.

All notes for science will be kept in your students’ Science notebook.  Ask your child to bring their notebooks home to show you what we are covering.  The notebook is also what students should be studying as tests and quizzes occur.

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We will continue our learning about North American explorers.  Students have notes and maps in their notebooks on Columbus, Cabot, and Ponce de Leon.  This week we will add the other three explorers as well as de Gama.

The test on Explorers will be next week.  Students should begin studying their notes this week.

This unit concentrates on the North American explorers including Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Juan Ponce de Leon, Vasco de Balboa, Jacques Cartier, and Henry Hudson.

This unit broadens the students’ understanding and knowledge of the world map including countries in Europe and Central America as well as the Caribbean Sea.

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Please be sure to enter your email in the “Subscribe” box on the right to receive updates to my blog.  You will be able to keep up with our class and find out what we are doing each week.  In addition, I will be able to communicate class news and updates on this blog.

Remember to join our class TEXT list.  To receive messages via text, text  @ab823a to 81010

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Week of September 11, 2017

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This will be a short week because of Target and Hurricane Irma.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENTS ARE READING AT HOME TO FULFILL THE AR REQUIREMENT!  A few students are falling behind, and I will be putting grades of zero in the gradebook moving forward if they have not taken tests.
I am so enjoying our class this year.  They are a lively, interested, intelligent group of students.  They are respectful of adults as well as of each other.  Thank you for all you do at home to support our class!
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Please continue signing the agenda and reading log every night to show that students have completed homework.
Friday, September 15 – Wordly Wise Lesson 3 Vocabulary Test
Tuesday, September 19  – Area and Perimeter Test (my math class)

Please work on multiplication facts with your child if they are not fluent with their 7s, 8s, and 9s.

We will be working on area and perimeter of rectilinear figures through this week.  There will be a test on area and perimeter on Tuesday, September 19.

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We are still working on The Sign of the Beaver.  This week, we will be analyzing the character traits and feelings as well as the theme of the novel.  The two characters are having to find common ground and work together even though they have extremely different backgrounds as one is a white settler and the other is a Native American.  This is making for interesting discussions in class about stereotypes and racism.

We will be finishing unit 3 of Wordly Wise this week.   There is a link to games they may use to study on the link above called “Wordly Wise and AR .”  The test will be Friday, September 15 on definitions.

There will be no spelling test this week.

This week we will be finishing our narrative final drafts and sharing them with the class.

After sharing, we will be working on basic paragraph construction before moving on to our next writing activity.  Next week, we will be writing a journal entry from an explorer’s point of view that will support our new Social Studies unit.

Please be aware that in 4th grade student handwriting and writing conventions become much more important.  I have explained to students that they will be rewriting work that is not neat.

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We started our unit on Weather last week.  Students are keeping a weather calendar for the month of September.  If you have time, please let them watch the news at home and keep an eye on weather this month.  It will help them better understand the learning in class.  We will be studying weather instruments, cloud types, air masses and fronts, and reading weather maps.

Last week, we went over weather instruments.  Students made weather instruments in the Kincaid Foundation Science Lab.  This week we will begin studying cloud types and then moving on to air masses and weather maps.  Hurricane Irma offered a great real life example for students as they were able to track the hurricane’s movement using the Weather Channel website.

All notes for science will be kept in your students’ Science notebook.  Ask your child to bring their notebooks home to show you what we are covering.  The notebook is also what students should be studying as tests and quizzes occur.

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We briefly began our study of North American explorers last week.  We were able to view the world map and discuss why the European explorers wanted to get to the Far East.

This unit concentrates on the North American explorers including Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Juan Ponce de Leon, Vasco de Balboa, Jacques Cartier, and Henry Hudson.

This unit broadens the students’ understanding and knowledge of the world map including countries in Europe and Central America as well as the Caribbean Sea.

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Please be sure to enter your email in the “Subscribe” box on the right to receive updates to my blog.  You will be able to keep up with our class and find out what we are doing each week.  In addition, I will be able to communicate class news and updates on this blog.

Remember to join our class TEXT list.  To receive messages via text, text  @ab823a to 81010

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Week of September 4, 2017

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I’m sorry this is late 🙂  I forgot to update over the weekend.
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Please continue signing the agenda and reading log every night to show that students have completed homework.
Students should be reading for their AR requirement.  They should be finishing up at lease their third book.
Friday, September 8 –  Spelling Test (words are on the Spelling link)
Friday, September 15 – Wordly Wise Lesson 3 Vocabulary Test
Tuesday, September 19  – Area and Perimeter Test (my math class)

This week we have been working on multiplication using the area model.  Students have notes in their notebooks and should be able to explain the strategy as well as complete problems the multiply 2 digits by 2 digits easily.  It is very important that students are fluent with their multiplication facts in order to be successful with this unit as well as many other units this year.

We will be working on area and perimeter of rectilinear figures through next week.  There will be a test on area and perimeter on Tuesday, September 19.

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We are still working on The Sign of the Beaver.  This week, we will be analyzing the character traits and feelings as well as the theme of the novel.  The two characters are having to find common ground and work together even though they have extremely different backgrounds as one is a white settler and the other is a Native American.  This is making for interesting discussions in class about stereotypes and racism.

We will be working on unit 3 of Wordly Wise this week.  We will work on vocabulary this week and next.  There is a link to games they may use to study on the link above called “Wordly Wise and AR .”  The test will be Friday, September 15 on definitions.

Students have a new list of ten spelling words which I have pulled from their writing.  Please help them study for the test on Friday.

This week we will be finishing our narrative rough drafts and completing final drafts this week.

We will also be working on formatting this week.  Initial writing samples have shown that we are lacking paragraph formation skills as well as basic skills such as indentation and using the margins of a page.

Please be aware that in 4th grade student handwriting and writing conventions become much more important.  I have explained to students that they will be rewriting work that is not neat.

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We started our unit on Weather this week.  Students are keeping a weather calendar for the month of September.  If you have time, please let them watch the news at home and keep an eye on weather this month.  It will help them better understand the learning in class.  We will be studying weather instruments, cloud types, air masses and fronts, and reading weather maps.

All notes for science will be kept in your students’ Science notebook.  Ask your child to bring their notebooks home to show you what we are covering.  The notebook is also what students should be studying as tests and quizzes occur.

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We will finish up our Native Cultures unit with an open-note test on Thursday.  Students have had a great time building and writing about their Native Homes.  These will be coming home this week.

Our next unit will begin on Friday with an introduction to the Age of Exploration.  This unit concentrates on the North American explorers including Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Juan Ponce de Leon, Vasco de Balboa, Jacques Cartier, and Henry Hudson.

This unit broadens the students’ understanding and knowledge of the world map including countries in Europe and Central America as well as the Caribbean Sea.

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Please be sure to enter your email in the “Subscribe” box on the right to receive updates to my blog.  You will be able to keep up with our class and find out what we are doing each week.  In addition, I will be able to communicate class news and updates on this blog.

Remember to join our class TEXT list.  To receive messages via text, text  @ab823a to 81010

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