Friday, September 15, 2017

Building Bridges




Testing Lava




Friday, August 3, 2012

Welcome to Fourth Grade

Thursday, August 11, 2011



Assignment Sheet

Nov. 13-21
                              



Monday- Spelling Preview   

Tuesday

Wednesday- Picture Person

Thursday- Review Sheet for Illinois Test

Friday- Spelling Test
             Geologist Presentation 8:45
             Good Choices Assembly at EHS 1:15
Spelling Words: super, silent, raven, mimic, motive, event, bonus, begin, vanish, legal, virus, spider, native, moment, pilot, relish, solar, rival, paper, suburb

Monday-Nov. 21- No Spelling Test this week.

Tuesday-Nov. 21-Illinois Test
                           Math Quiz on Topic 7



Spelling Words

Sunday, September 23, 2007











Learning Links for Fourth Grade

Computer Station


MAP Practice
Language Arts
Fun Math Links
Social Studies

What’s Happening in Fourth Grade

November

Reading-We are just about to begin Theme 3 in our reading textbook.  The stories in this theme relate to natural changes.  The first skill that we will focus on is cause & effect.  Later, they will be drawing conclusions about information presented in the stories.  They will use story details and their won background knowledge to figure out something the author has not stated directly.


Math- We have just begun Topic 6 in math.  The students will be multiplying large numbers by a one digit number.  The following two topics involve multiplying numbers by 2-digit numbers.


Social Studies- We had a wonderful trip to Springfield, and the students were able to see first hand many of the concepts we are learning about that relate to our state. Once we finish our Illinois Unit, we will travel to the Northeast region of the United States.  We will learn about the geography, history, and current conditions in that region.

Science-  In the next couple of weeks, we will be learning about earth's water.  The water cycle will be reviewed.  We will also map the ocean floor and learn about resources provided by the ocean.  We will conclude this unit learning about ocean waves.  Then, we will explore other wave properties related to light and sound.