Killimett's Klubhouse

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Keeping Up With the Klubhouse

  • Please return the enrollment forms this week to help me out! Remember to follow the directions on the paper and send in all necessary documentation.  Thank you!

  • Our field trip to Fernbank is this Friday.  We will leave at 9:00am and return around 1:15pm.  We will eat lunch once we return.  

    • Please have students wear tennis shoes and our class shirt

    • Remember to email me if you are interested in chaperoning

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Keeping Up With The Klubhouse


Permission slips for our next field trip came home today! Please fill it out and send it in tomorrow with payment if you can.  I don’t want it to get lost or misplaced over Spring Break!  I am looking for a couple of chaperones for this trip.  Please email me if you are interested in being a chaperone.  You will need to meet us at the museum and pay for entrance there.  

Math:  We are studying decimals and fractions.  Practice reading, comparing, adding, and subtracting both fractions and decimals. 

Social Studies: Civil War-I have uploaded some sites and activities into their Inquiry folders in Office 365.  Students can also access their newspapers 23-31 as a reference. 

Milestones will not begin for 4th grade until April 29th.  Please take advantage of the practice website and activities I mentioned on the letter that came home with report cards.  Students should practice general test taking strategies as well as reading the questions carefully.

Reading: Please be sure students are reading EVERY day for at least 20, but a minimum of 30 minutes is recommended to build stamina at this age.   After your child reads, he/she should summarize and make inferences or predictions about the text.  Continued and Consistent practice with these “Good Reader Strategies” will build performance on reading tasks.  

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Perfect Attendance for Quarter 3!


Congratulations to

Shania, Reese, Dyllon, Madison, and Fatima!

They had perfect attendance for the 3rd quarter and earned a free Ice Cream from Chick-Fil-A as well as a dress down day on Monday!  

Their names were also entered into the drawing for a NEW BIKE!

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Teasley Times


Reminders for this week:

  • If you missed the Art Show last week, you can still buy your child’s framed Art work!  You can send $27 cash in an envelope labeled Art Show by Thursday.

  • Tuesday 3/12 is the last day to PRE-RSVP for the 4th and 5th grade dance next week.  

  • Wednesday 3/13 is Early Release.  Students will be dismissed at 12:15.

  • Thursday 3/14 at 6:15pm in the Cafe we will have a representative from Rescuing Hope speaking.  Don’t miss this important session.  Click on the link below fro more information

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  • Friday 3/15 Spring Picture Day.  Send your money in on Friday.  Students can wear what they want for pictures!  Please remember to dress nicely.

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Dear Parents,

 We are hosting the 4th and 5th grade dance on March 15th, and would love if you could help us out and chaperone!  If you want to learn the newest dance moves and cut a rug, please come join us!!!

 The link below will take you to the signup!

 Thank you for your support!

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There will be a light assessment on Thursday!  Please talk about the vocabulary meanings with your child.


refract, reflect, opaque, transparent, translucent, and prism.  

Students also need to be able to explain the difference between convex and concave lenses.  See the song below. 🙂

We had a great time learning about water sheds and how land pollution affects our water sources.

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Keeping Up With The Klubhouse


We are moving right along in 4th grade!  We have begun our 4th IB unit!  Click the link below to see our Plan of the Inquiry.

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We are working hard to grow in all aspects of being a learner.  Below are some of our focuses:


  • How to react to peers appropriately

  • Why we can’t say inappropriate words

  • How to manage self-focus

  • How to manage time


  • comparing texts on the same or similar topics (even if they are different genres)

  • rephrasing and paraphrasing information read

  • point of view

  • inferencing

  • 2nd hand accounts vs. 1st hand accounts


  • showing and explaining division and interpreting remainders

  • fractions: comparing, decomposing, building them, adding and subtracting fractions, using # lines


  • Weather instruments

  • weather systems and patterns

  • cold fronts and warm fronts

  • what is the difference between weather and climate

  • water cycle 

    • Things to do at home to support

  • watch the weather reports with your kiddo

  • look at the radar 

  • talk about the weather and look at the clouds

  • keep a weather journal documenting what you notice and feel and what the reports say


  • write like a 4th grader ALL the time

  • complete sentences and paragraphs

  • subject and predicate

  • adjectives

  • using commas to make lists


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Parents’ Night Out


Parents, you deserve a Friday night out! Leave the childcare to the Teasley Staff where your kids will enjoy a pizza dinner (two slices, drink, & dessert) and a fun-filled night of games, arts & crafts, a glow party, and more! The event will take place on Friday, March 1st from 6:00PM – 9:30 PM. The cost is $25 per student and is for Teasley K-5 students only. Space is limited, so please register by February 15th by returning the registration form that was sent home with your student. No late registrations will be accepted. Additional pizza, snacks, drinks, and glow items will be available for purchase. All items will be sold for $1.00 – $2.00 each. Thanks for your support!

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Opportunities for Inquiry at Home!


We have been studying the Oregon Trail and the kids and I started a class game of Oregon Trail today.  Below is the link the kids can use to play a game of their own or a family version.  🙂


We have also been studying Simple Machines.  Below are a few activities that the kids can do with things you mostly have around the house. 

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