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124 | 4th Grade | Ms. Tseng

 

Welcome back to school!
Ms. Tseng
vctseng@cps.edu

Upcoming Dates


January 17th--Reading, Fast Facts and Spelling tests

January 18th--Topic 10 Test

January 26th--Reading, Fast Facts and Spelling tests; Permission slips and money due!

January 31st--Field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry!


*Scholastic Class Activation Code: H39HV 


Specials
Monday - Art

Tuesday - Library

Wednesday - P.E.

Thursday - P.E.

Friday - Computers


Monday - Friday specials are from 11:00-12:00.

Recess/Lunch is from 10:15-11:00.  

Due to this early lunch, we will have a light, healthy snack at 1:00.  This is a time for a quick snack, not a 2nd lunch!  Cheese sticks, veggies, fruit are all ok.  Dips, chips, candy, cookies and any messy foods are not.  I will not be providing snack.

Homework
Please check homework folders 
for any unfinished work!
IXL Skills for the Week
Complete to 85%:
--Math--E10, D23(Due 1/19)
--Reading-- W1, R4 (Due 1/19)




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Language Arts

Grammar and Spelling are based on Scott Foresman's Reading Street.  We integrate this with a Readers' Workshop--Reading is Thinking!
         Fourth Grade Scott Foresman
 Reading Street 


Adelina's Whales

Inferring/Context Clues   

Fact and Opinion

main and helping verbs

Letters 

Spelling

    

1. piece

2. peace

3. break

4. brake

5. threw

6. through

7. by

8. bye

9. beat

10. beet

11. thrown

12. throne

13. aloud

14. allowed

15. past

16. passed

17. weight

18. wait

19. there

20. their

21. principal

22. principle

23.symbol

24. cymbal

25.stationary

26. stationery





































    











Vocabulary Word

Meaning

biologist

scientist who studies living things, including their origins, structures, activities, and distribution

bluff

a high, steep slope or cliff

lagoon

a pond or small lake, especially one connected with a larger body of water

massive

big and heavy; bulk

rumbling

making a deep, heavy, continuous sound

tropical

of or like the regions 23.45 degrees north or south of the equator where the sun can shine directly overhead

 

 

 

 

    

Click here for a link to all of the reading stories in PDF!

              
                

Common Core 
Envision Math
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            Topic 10: Developing Fluency
                Dividing by 1 Digit Divisors

 *10-1: Using Objects to Divide--Division as Repeated Subtraction  
                             (IXL Skills: E1, E2)

 *10-2: Division as Repeated Subtraction 


*10-3: Using Objects to Divide--Division as Sharing  

(IXL Skills: E4, E5)

 

*10-4: Dividing 2 Digit by 1 Digit Numbers  

(IXL Skills: E4, E5, E7)

  

*10-5: Dividing 3 Digit by 1 Digit Numbers  

(IXL Skills: E8, E9)


*10-6: Deciding Where to Start Dividing  

(IXL Skills: E8, E9)

 

*10-7: Dividing 4 Digit by 1 Digit Numbers  

(IXL Skills: E8, E9)

 

*10-8: Problem Solving: Multiple Step Problems 

(IXL Skills: F4)

 

*Topic 10 Test





Foss Science
Magnetism and Electricity

Vocabulary

The D-cell is a source of electricity.

A battery refers to more than one cell, but most people use the words battery and D-cell interchangeably.

An electricity source provides energy.

An electricity receiver is a component that uses the electricity from the source to make something happen.

A circuit is a pathway for the flow of electricity.

The filament of a bulb is the part that gets hot and produces light.

D-cells, bulbs and wires are circuit components.

A circuit base holds many components needed to build a circuit.

A Fahnstock clip is a metal clip that connects wires in a circuit.

A switch is a device use to open and close circuits.

An open circuit is an incomplete circuit through which electricity will not flow.

A closed circuit is a complete circuit through which electricity flows.

A schematic diagram is a way to represent a circuit on a piece of paper.

A conductor is a substance, commonly a metal such as copper or aluminum, through which electricity will flow.

An insulator is a material that prevents the flow of electricity, commonly plastic, rubber, glass or air.


Social Science

Pearson 

My World: Regions of Our Country
        1.      Geography of the United States

        2.      Americans and Their History

        3.      Government in the United States

        4.      The Nation's Economy

        5.      Regions: The Northeast

        6.      Regions: The Southeast

        7.      Regions: The Midwest

        8.      Regions: The Southwest

        9.      Regions: The West



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