Fourth Grade

Welcome to 4th Grade with your teacher, Miss Slager! Read the newsletter below about the happenings of the classroom each week.

Week of Jan. 25-29

Announcements & Events

  • Bring to school daily: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Bring to school daily: January Fiction Book (completed by Jan. 29)

  • Fri. Jan 29 : Reading/ELA packet due

  • MAP testing this week

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Determine story structure with "Hercules Quest"

  • Vocab strategy: adages & proverbs

  • Grammar: identify adverbs

  • Reading Response Journals: January fiction book

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • Division: dividends ending in 0

  • Division: estimating

  • Long division: divide with remainders

Bible:

  • Philisitines capture the Ark of the Covenant

  • God defeats Philistines at Mizpah

  • OT sacrifice vs. Christ's sacrifice

Social Studies

  • SE: States/capitals, abbreviations

  • SE: Natural resouces, MS River

Assessments

Friday

  • Memory verse

  • Spelling test

  • ELA test

  • SE Region facts & capitals quiz

Spelling List

damage carriage

package baggage

manage message

stage judge

marriage bandage

bridge ridge

palace office

notice practice

glance twice

chance since

Vocabulary

acquire

unfortunate

coerce

boasted

beamed

glared

ceased

declared

devised

resourceful

Memory Work:

1 Samuel 3:9

So Eli told Samuel, “Go and lie down, and if he calls you, say, ‘Speak, Lord, for your servant is listening.’” So Samuel went and lay down in his place. The Lord came and stood there, calling as at the other times, 'Samuel! Samuel!' Then Samuel said, 'Speak, for your servant is listening.' "

Week of Jan. 19-22

Announcements & Events

  • Bring to school daily: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Bring to school daily: January Fiction Book (completed by Jan. 29)

  • Fri. Jan 22 : Reading/ELA packet due

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Compare and contrast with "Riding Freedom"

  • Figurative language: detemine meaning

  • Grammar: adjectives

  • Reading Response Journals: January fiction book

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • multply 2x2-digits: standard method

  • multi-step word problems

Bible:

  • God answers Hannah's prayer

  • God calls Samuel

  • Philisitines capture the Ark of the Covenant

Social Studies

  • Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Southeast Region

    • States/capitals, landforms, climate

    • civil war/civil rights leaders


Assessments

Friday

  • Memory verse

  • Spelling test

  • ELA test

Spelling List

monkey risky

blanket blank

track junk

pocket banker

attack mistake

struck question

topic equal

public earthquake

picnic ache

electric stomach

Vocabulary

escorted

swelled

relied

reputation

worthy

churning

situation

deserve

defended

satisfied

Memory Work:

1 Samuel 3:9

So Eli told Samuel, “Go and lie down, and if he calls you, say, ‘Speak, Lord, for your servant is listening.’” So Samuel went and lay down in his place.

Week of Jan. 11-15

Announcements & Events

  • Bring to school daily: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Bring to school daily: January Fiction Book

  • Thurs, Jan. 14: Bible test on Ruth

  • Fri. Jan 15 : Reading/ELA packet due

  • Fri. Jan 15: Math, Science, ELA, Spelling, and Memory Verse quizzes

  • Fri. Jan 15: Scholastic book orders due

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Identify graphic features with "The Life and Times of the Ant"

  • Writing: Asking questions about the text

  • Grammar: participles (verbs used as adjectives)

  • Reading Response Journals: January fiction book

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • multply 2-digitx2-digit numbers

  • draw arrays, box method, partial products

Bible:

  • Ruth's family tree

  • Boaz's kindness points to Jesus' kindness

  • 1 Samuel: God hears Hannah's prayer

Science

  • energy transfer vs. transformation

  • transfer of heat energy

  • how stored energy transfers to motion energy

Assessments

Thursday

  • Bible test: Ruth

Friday

  • Science test: Energy

  • Math quiz: multiply 2x2 digits

  • Memory verse

  • Spelling test

  • ELA test

Spelling List

turkey steady

valley starry

hockey melody

chimney duty

alley drowsy

hungry plenty

fifty daily

empty injury

lonely movie

colony prairie

Vocabulary

social transport

exchanges chamber

excess scarce

reinforce obstacles

storage transfers

Memory Work:

Ruth 1:16

But Ruth replied, “Don’t urge me to leave you or to turn back from you. Where you go I will go, and where you stay I will stay. Your people will be my people and your God my God. Where you die I will die, and there I will be buried. May the Lord deal with me, be it ever so severely, if even death separates you and me.”

Week of Jan. 4-8

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Fri. Jan 8: Reading/ELA packet due

  • Fri. Jan 8: Select January Fiction Book

  • Fri. Jan 8: Reading/ELA, Spelling, and Memory Verse quizzes

  • Fri. Jan 15: Scholastic book orders due

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Sequence events with the narrative "Antarctic Journal"

  • Writing: Summarize main ideas

  • Modal auxiliaries: may, might, can, could, should, would

  • Select January fiction book

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • multply by 2-digit numbers

  • draw arrays, box method, multiples of 10

Bible:

  • Ruth stays with Naomi

  • Boaz's kindness towards Ruth

  • Ruth's family tree

Science

  • energy transfer vs. transformation

  • describe how people utilize heat energy

  • describe how sound energy is created: rubberbands, tuning forks

Assessments

Tuesday

  • Science: Lesson Check 2.1: types of energy

Friday

  • Bible memory verse

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

Spelling List

covered wiped

traveled fainted

mixed pleasing

offered seeking

landed visiting

mapped phoning

slipped hiking

shipped becoming

putting wandering

smelling checking

Vocabulary

display vision

alert huddle

weariness graceful

fractured stranded

standards concluded

Memory Work:

Ruth 1:16

But Ruth replied, “Don’t urge me to leave you or to turn back from you. Where you go I will go, and where you stay I will stay. Your people will be my people and your God my God.

Week of Dec. 14-18

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Fri. Dec. 18: Reading/ELA packet due

  • Dec. 14 December fiction book due

  • Dec. 18 Christmas party! Bring a pair of Christmas socks (wrapped) for the gift exchange

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Scholastic magazine: Pets

  • Description in writing: similes and metaphors

  • Using adjectives

  • December fiction book report

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • multiplication word problems

  • Standard algorithm and parial products: 1digit x 2, 3, 4 digits

Bible:

  • Samson

  • Judges review

  • Christmas story

Science

  • Unit 2: Types of energy

  • Lightbulb circuirt simulation

Assessments

Wednesday

  • Math: Multiplication test

Thursday

  • Bible: Judges quiz

Friday

  • Bible memory verse

  • Spelling test

Spelling List

Christmas night

bright Savior

infant nativity

Bethlehem shepherd

manger heavenly

highest glory

angel appeared

suddenly stable

Caesar Census

Nazareth peace

Memory Work:

Luke 2: 10-11

10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. 11 Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ, the Lord.

Week of Dec. 7-11

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Fri. Dec. 11: Reading/ELA packet due

  • Continue reading your December fiction book (Due Dec. 14)

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Sequence events in "The Earth Dragon Awakes"

  • Write opinion paragraph with text evidence

  • Synonyms

  • Possessive nouns with apostrophes

  • Finish reading your December fiction book

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • Rounding to estimate

  • Standard algorithm: 1digit x 2, 3, 4 digits

Bible:

  • Judges: Jepthah, Samson

Social Studies

  • The Midwest Region states/capitals

  • Midwest: settlers, automobiles, review

Assessments

Thursday

  • Midwest facts test (open note)

Friday

  • Midwest states/capitals quiz

  • Bible memory verse

  • Read/ELA test

  • Spelling test

Spelling List

winning snapping

bragging hitting

begged slammed

spotted skipped

spinning traced

striped dared

raced escaped

rising dancing

handled stripped

dimmed dripped

Vocab.

trembled

wreckage

slab

possessions

tenement

crushing

rubble

debris

timbers

constructed

Memory Work:

Psalm 135:13-18

13. Your name, Lord, endures forever, your renown, Lord, through all generations.14For the Lord will vindicate his people and have compassion on his servants.15. The idols of the nations are silver and gold,made by human hands.16They have mouths, but cannot speak, eyes, but cannot see.17 They have ears, but cannot hear,nor is there breath in their mouths.18 Those who make them will be like them, and so will all who trust in them.

Week of Nov. 30-Dec. 4

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Fri. Dec. 4: Reading/ELA packet due

  • Fri. Dec. 4: Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

  • Continue reading your December fiction book (Due Dec. 14)

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Make inferences with "Dear Mr. Winston"

  • Write persuasive paragraph

  • Pronouns & antecedents

  • Handwriting

  • Continue your December fiction book

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • Multiply: tens & hundreds, partial products, rounding

Bible:

  • Judges: Deborah, Gideon

Social Studies

  • The Midwest Region states/capitals

  • Midwest landforms, weather, resources

Assessments

Friday

  • Bible memory verse

  • Read/ELA test

  • Spelling test

Spelling List

prepare compare

scare square

scarce repair

hairy upstairs

spare spark

scarf sharp

alarm harsh

cheer tear

earring rear

gear weird

Vocab.

fault

borrow

reference

fainted

genuine

local

apologize

proof

slimy

insisted

Memory Work:

Psalm 135:13-16

13. Your name, Lord, endures forever, your renown, Lord, through all generations.14For the Lord will vindicate his people and have compassion on his servants.15. The idols of the nations are silver and gold,made by human hands.16They have mouths, but cannot speak, eyes, but cannot see.

Week of Nov. 23-24

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Wed-Fri: No School... Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Begin reading your December fiction book

  • Fri. Dec. 4 Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • "The Journey That Changed History" Scholastic magazine on the first Thanksgiving

  • There/It's/Too homophones

  • Handwriting

  • Choose your December fiction book

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • Patterns: shapes, numbers

  • In-out boxes

Bible:

  • Judges: Ehud

  • Thankfulness in the Bible

Social Studies

  • The Midwest Region states/capitals

  • Midwest region landforms

Assessments

  • Bible memory verse

Tuesday

  • math test

Spelling List

none

Vocab.

malnourished

allies

ancestors

treaty

Memory Work: Psalm 135:13-14

13. Your name, Lord, endures forever, your renown, Lord, through all generations.

14For the Lord will vindicate his people and have compassion on his servants.

Week of Nov. 16-20

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Mon & Tues: Present Sign of the Beaver book report

  • Wed: Bring non-perishable food drive items to class by Nov. 18

  • Read 15 minutes EVERY NIGHT and record on your reading log

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Present "Story in a Suitcase" project

  • Read Me and Uncle Romie : Understanding characters' feelings and actions

  • Figurative language

  • Its/it's, to/too/two, their/there/they're

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • Patterns: shapes, numbers

  • In-out boxes

Bible:

  • Walls of Jericho

  • Review: Creation-Joshua

  • Judges: Othniel & Ehud

Social Studies

  • The Northeast Region facts

  • NE states & capitals

Assessments

Wednesday:

  • Bible: Creation, Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Joshua

Thursday:

  • NE region facts

Friday

  • NE states, capitals, abbreviations

  • Spelling test

  • Grammar & Vocab quiz

  • Bible memory verse

Spelling List

somebody fireplace nearby

toothbrush homesick anything

goodbye forehead make-believe

all right classmate flashlight

driveway airport twenty-two

baby-sit forever alarm clock

mailbox haircut

Vocab.

studio

ruined

schedule

feast

smeared

Memory Work

Psalm 135:13-14

13. Your name, Lord, endures forever, your renown, Lord, through all generations.

14For the Lord will vindicate his people and have compassion on his servants.

Week of Nov. 9-13

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Food drive: Bring non-perishable items to class before Nov. 18

  • Read 15 minutes EVERY NIGHT and record on your reading log

  • Fri. Nov. 13 Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Sign of the Beaver "Story in a Suitcase" project

  • Compare/contrast the book and movie

  • Subject vs. predicate

Math:

  • Multiplication and division facts (0-12)

  • Represent multiplication & division word problems

  • Patterns

Bible:

  • Stories of Moses (burning bush, escaping Egyptians, manna from Heaven)

  • Joshua & Rahab

Social Studies

  • The Northeast Region facts

  • NE states & capitals

Assessments

Wednesday:

  • Math: Mult. & Div. facts and word problems

Friday

  • Spelling test

  • Grammar & Vocab quiz

  • Bible memory verse

Spelling List

burn return current

cure pure worn

record sore learn

dirty thirst board

course worth early

world search worse

sport thirteen

Vocabulary

ruefully

fondness

treaty

envious

genial

gaunt

solemn

scarce

Memory Work

Hebrews 11:1-3

1.Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and faith is assurance about what we do not see. 2 This is what the ancients were commended for. 3 By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible.

Week of Nov. 2-4

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Food drive: Bring non-perishable items to class before Nov. 18

  • Read 15 minutes EVERY NIGHT and record on your reading log

  • Thurs & Fri: Parent-teacher conferences (no school)

  • Fri. Nov. 13 Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Read Sign of the Beaver c. 19-25

  • Text evidence to support opinions & predictions

  • Subject vs. predicate

  • fragments vs. complete sentences

Math:

  • Multiplication facts (0-10)

  • Division facts (0-10)

  • Represent division word problems

Bible:

  • Jacob tricks Esau & Isaac

  • Jacob and Laban

  • Stories of Moses

Social Studies

  • election process

  • role of a president

Assessments

Bible: Wednesday: Name OT books

  • Genesis
  • Exodus
  • Leviticus
  • Numbers
  • Deuteronomy
  • Joshua
  • Judges
  • Ruth
  • 1 Samuel
  • 2 Samuel
  • 1 Kings
  • 2 Kings
  • 1 Chronicles
  • 2 Chronicles
  • Ezra
  • Nehemiah
  • Esther
  • Job
  • Psalms
  • Proverbs
  • Ecclesiastes
  • Song of Solomon
  • Isaiah
  • Jeremiah
  • Lamentations
  • Ezekiel
  • Daniel

Spelling List:

none this week

Vocabulary

solemn meager

unhampered hewing

scarce

Memory Work

Hebrews 11:1-2

1.Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and faith is assurance about what we do not see. 2 This is what the ancients were commended for.

Week of Oct. 26-30

Announcements & Events

  • Finish individually assigned "October" fiction book (DUE Oct. 26)

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Wed. Oct 28: Kindergarten leads chapel

  • Wed. Oct 28: Lunch orders due

  • Fri. Oct. 30 Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Read Sign of the Beaver c. 15-18

  • "October" fiction book report (in class)

  • Cause/effect

  • Context clues

  • Identify progressive verb tenses

Math:

  • Multiplication facts (0-10)

  • Relate Multiplication & Division

  • Meaning of Division

Bible:

  • The Fall

  • Life of Abraham

  • Isaac and Jacob

Science:

  • Scientific Method

  • Failure analysis

Assessments

Thursday

Science quiz: scientific method

Friday:

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

  • Bible memory verse


Spelling List

aloud south proud

amount cloudier tower

howl allow bald

hawk faucet claw

stalk couple false

dawn drown pause

fault cause

Vocabulary

goaded

remarks

contortions

genial

gaunt


Memory Work

Hebrews 11:1-2

1.Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and faith is assurance about what we do not see. 2 This is what the ancients were commended for.

Week of Oct. 19-20

Announcements & Events

  • Book It! Program: Approve your child by clicking the emailed link

  • Read individually assigned "October" fiction book (DUE Oct. 26)

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Fri. Oct. 30 Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Read Sign of the Beaver c.13 & 14

  • Read individually assigned "October" fiction book

  • Summarizing a story

  • Citing text evidence

  • Correcting run-ons and fragments

Math:

  • Multiplication facts and patterns (0-12)

  • Multiplication as groups and arrays

  • Word problems

Bible:

  • 7 days of Creation

  • The Fall

  • Name first 21 books: Genesis - Ecclesiastes

Science:

  • Improve your hearing-enhancing device prototype

  • Tissue rope experiment

Assessments

Tuesday

OT books in order: Genesis - Ecclesiastes


Spelling List

None.

Vocabulary

goaded

remarks


Memory Work

OT books in order:

Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes

Week of Oct. 12-16

Announcements & Events

  • Book It! Program: Approve your child with the emailed link (sent Sept. 29)

  • Read individually assigned "October" fiction book

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Fri. Oct. 16: Reading log/ELA packet due

  • Fri. Oct. 30 Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Read Sign of the Beaver c.7-12

  • Read individually assigned "October" fiction book

  • Citing text evidence to make inferences and support opinions

  • Past/present/future tense & past participles

Math:

  • Multiplication facts and patterns (0-12)

  • Multiplication as groups and arrays

  • Factors and multiples

Bible:

  • Division of the Old Testament: Pentateuch, Historical, Poetry, Prophets

  • Name first 22 books: Genesis - Song of Songs

Science:

  • Criteria and constraints

  • Hearing-enhancing device designs

Assessments

Thursday:

  • Bible test

  • Math Facts quiz 0-10

Friday:

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

  • Bible memory verse

  • Science test


Spelling List

cookbook brook crooked

bloom tool shampoo

foolish proof put

wool stool prove

group bush raccoon

hook groom roof

soup booth

Vocabulary

defiance

detested

cross

disdainful

treaty


Memory verse

"Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says."

James 1:22

Week of Oct.5-9

Announcements & Events

  • Book It! Program: Approve your child with the emailed link (sent Sept. 29)

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, WATER BOTTLE

  • Thurs. Oct. 8: Apple Pie pickup 1pm-6pm

  • Fri. Oct. 9: Reading log/ELA packet due

  • Fri. Oct. 30 Scholastic book orders due online Code: W4XWQ

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Read Sign of the Beaver c.1-6

  • Define words with dictonaries

  • Using sensory details in writing

  • Action and linking verbs

Math:

  • Multiplication facts and patterns (0-9)

  • Multiplication as repeated addition

  • Multiplicaiton as arrays

Bible:

  • Explore: Ancient writing forms

  • Name first 5 books: Gen, Ex, Lev, Num, Deut.

Science:

  • Criteria and constraints

  • Hearing-enhancing device designs

Assessments

Friday:

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

  • Bible memory verse


Spelling List

fruit juice rude

tune refuse clue

rescue argue bunch

crumb trunk trust

stuck brush young

amuse suit truth

crew dew

Vocabulary

ruefully

begrudging

coaxed

fondness

defiance

horrid

content

notch

deprived

molasses

Memory verse

20Above all, you must understand that no prophecy of Scripture came about by the prophet's own interpretation. 21For prophecy never had its origin in the human will, but prophets, though human, spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit.

2 Peter 1:20-21

Week of Sept. 28-Oct 2

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, water bottle, beach towel

  • Mon. Sept. 28: LCS T-shirt design contest due

  • Wed. Sept 30: 9am: Scholastic book orders due online

  • Fri. Reading log/ELA packet due

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Identify characters' feelings, words, and actions with the story Stormalong

  • Define words with dictonaries

  • Proper nouns: capitalize names of people, places, special events/documents, and titles

Math:

  • Using addition to check subtraction

  • Estimating sums and differences

Bible:

  • Explore: What is the Bible? Who wrote the Bible?

Social Studies:

  • Review landforms, weather, resources, adapting to the environment

Science:

  • What is technology?

  • What is engineering?

Assessments

Tuesday:

  • Social Studies test: Unit 1 Geography

Friday:

  • Math test: Add and Subtract Whole Numbers

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

  • Bible memory verse


Spelling List

heel cent peek

heal scent vain

feet wait vane

feat weight vein

days heard miner

daze herd minor

sent peak

Vocabulary

seafaring

tidal

foaming

outcast

yearning

memorable

betrayed

condition

shortage

horrified

Memory verse

20Above all, you must understand that no prophecy of Scripture came about by the prophet's own interpretation.

1 Peter 1:20

Week of Sept. 21-24

Announcements & Events

  • Have daily at school: healthy snack, water bottle, beach towel

  • Wed. Sept. 23, 9am: Hot lunch orders due

  • Wed. Sept. 23, 7am: Fall online auction begins

  • Thurs. Sept 24: Reading Log/ELA Packet is due

  • Fri. Sept 25: NO SCHOOL, Olie Bollen sale 2pm-6pm

  • Mon. Sept. 28: LCS T-shirt design contest due

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Identify theme with the story The Power of W.O.W

  • Identify fragments, write complete sentences

Math:

  • adding whole numbers

  • regrouping with base-10 blocks

Bible:

  • 4th grade chapel planning and recording!

Social Studies:

  • Resources: natural, capital, human

  • Resources: renewable vs. nonrenewable

  • How people adapt to & change the environment

Assessments

Thursday:

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

  • Bible memory verse

  • Spanish Quiz


Spelling List

block shown oatmeal

wrote fellow scold

coast odd locate

slope throat host

online shock solve

stock known remote

boast globe

Vocabulary

assist

burglaries

innocent

scheme

regretfully

misjudged

suspect

favor

speculated

prior

Memory verse

I lift up my eyes to the mountains-- where does my help come from?

2 My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.

Psalm 121:1-2

Week of Sept. 14-18

Announcements & Events

  • MAP testing this week: get a good night's rest!

  • Please bring daily: healthy snack, water bottle

  • Please bring to stay at school: Beach towel for reading outside

  • Reading Log/ELA Packet is due Friday, Sept. 18

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Identify cause & effect with the story My Librarian is a Camel

  • Writing quotation marks in dialogue

Math:

  • adding whole numbers

  • regrouping with base-10 blocks

Bible:

  • 4th grade chapel planning!

Social Studies:

  • man-made vs. natural geographical boundaries

  • weather vs. climate

  • water cycle


Assessments

Friday:

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

  • Bible memory verse


Spelling List

skill crime grind

tonight brick flight

live chill delight

build ditch decide

witness wind district

inch sigh fright

remind spilt

Vocabulary

isolated

virtual

devour

remote

impassable

access

obtain

preserve

extremes

avid

Memory verse

4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! 5 Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:4-7

Week of Sept. 8-11

Announcements & Events

  • Please bring daily: healthy snack, water bottle

  • Please bring to stay at school: Beach towel for reading outside

  • Reading Log/ELA Packet is due Friday, Sept. 11

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Identify author's purpose with the story My Brother Martin

  • Types of sentences: imperitive, declarative, interrogative, exclamatory

Math:

  • Place value

  • Rounding whole numbers

Bible:

  • Paul's letter to the Philippians

Social Studies:

  • Margery Stoneman

  • Identify landforms

  • September 11, 2001


Assessments

Friday:

  • Spelling test

  • Reading/ELA test

  • Math Place Value test

  • Bible Philippians test & memory verse


Spelling List

west steep member

gleam freedom speed

fresh steam beast

believe speck kept

cheap pretend greed

shelf least eager

reason chief

Vocabulary

injustice dream

numerous encounters

segregation preferred

nourishing recalled

captured example


Memory verse

4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! 5 Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything,but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.

Philippians 4:4-6

Week of Aug. 31

Announcements & Events

  • Please bring daily: healthy snack, water bottle

  • Please bring to stay at school: Beach towel for reading outside

  • Outdoor Chapel: Wed. 9:05am soccer field

  • Our first Reading Log/ELA Packet is due Friday, Sept. 4

What are we learning?

Read/ELA:

  • Identify story structure with Because of Winn-Dixie

  • Identify and write complete sentences

Math:

  • Place value & base-10 blocks

  • Standard, expanded, word form

Bible:

  • Paul's letter to the Philipplians

Social Studies:

  • Identify elements of maps (political, physical, elevation, and grid)

  • Find locations with latitude and longitude


Assessments

Wednesday:

  • Map Skills Quiz

Friday:

  • Memory verse

  • Spelling

  • Reading/ELA


Spelling List

Sale Drain Magic

Gray Stale Jail

Stain Break Amaze

Afraid Blade Fact

Raft Hang Maybe

Delay Past Steak

Crayon Glass

Vocabulary

comfort intends

mention consisted

properly positive

advanced peculiar

mood talent

Memory verse

4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! 5 Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near.

Philippians 4:4-5



Week of Aug. 24

Announcements & Events

  • Please bring daily: healthy snack, water bottle

  • Please bring to stay at school: Beach towel, headphones/earbuds

  • Bible: Memory verse due Friday

        • Isaiah 43:2 "When you walk through deep waters, I will be with you."

  • Spelling: Quiz Friday

backpack

teacher

friends

notebook

recess

reading

homework

students

numbers

classroom

writing

markers