Welcome to Fourth Grade!!
I am so happy to be teaching and getting to know your child this year! My contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org. On this website, I will include our math daily lesson, as well as science and social studies weekly lessons. I check my email at least twice a day between 7:30 and 3:30, but any emails after 3:30 will be answered the following morning. I look forward to inspiring and growing your child in math, social studies, and science throughout this year!!
We have a student intern, Ms Alyssa, with us until December! We are very excited to have her here!
We will take a mad minute test weekly, usually on Tuesdays. They will begin with 3 minutes and will decrease each week by 10 seconds. This is a G1 weekly grade.
Students are given time during the week to complete IReady lessons/assignments. They are given grades based on completing the amount of time and lessons They are required to have 45 minutes per week with 2 lessons passed.
Signed papers will be sent home every Tuesday to be signed and need to be sent back on Wednesday.
Your child's Pearson account is as follows: user name is his/her MSIS number and the password is password1.
PE is on Thursdays! Please make sure your child wears tennis shoes on that day!
First nine weeks' mad minute will be multiplying one digit by one digit. Example: 5x8.
October 4- Harvest festival
October 13- report cards
October 14-17- Fall Break
October 26- ELS Reading--------- travel to DAA for an art lesson
October 27- ELS Math
October 28- Halloween party 1:45
Monday- Lesson 5.2 multiplying by 100 and 10
Tuesday- Lesson 5.3 breaking apart to multiply
Wednesday- Lesson 5.4 using mental math to multiply
Thursday- Lesson 5.5 rounding to multiply
Friday- Lesson 5.6 problem solving
Social Studies- We will begin our study of regional Native Americans. Please send an empty paper towel roll by October 14. We will use these to make our totem poles. Students will complete in-class assignments and projects.
Monday- Lesson 4.5 subtracting across zero
Tuesday- Lesson 4.6 problem solving
Wednesday- review of topic 4
Thursday- Topic 4 test
Friday- Lessson 5.1 arrays and multiplying by 10 and 100
We will begin studying each region's Native American group. Grades and projects will be completed in class. These untis will last until mid-November. Be watching for items you child will need to bring to class. We will need a pepr towel roll for the first group.
Monday- review of Topic 3
Tuesday- Topic 3 test/ Lesson 4.1 Addition /subtraction
Wednesday- Lesson 4.2 estimation with addition/subtraction
Thursday- Lesson 4.3 adding whole numbers
Friday- Lesson 4.4 subtracting whole numbers
We will complete chapter 2. Our major test will be Friday, September 22. ch. 2 notes and review I moved this test due to other activities taking longer than planned.
Monday- Lesson 3.3 comparing numbers
Tuesday- Lesson 3.4 comparing greater numbers
Wednesday- Lesson 3.5 rounding
Thursday- review of rounding
Friday- Lesson 3.6 making an organized list
We will complete chapter 2. Our major test will be Friday, September 22. ch. 2 notes and review I moved this test due to other activities taking longer than planned. Students will also complete a project, at home, to help us understand the six regions. This project is due Friday, September 16. It can be turned in earlier if you desire. ch. 2 SS project Students will be given this information Tuesday at school.
Tuesday- review for Topic 2 test
Wednesday- Topic 2 test/Lesson 3.1 representing numbers
Thursday- Lesson 3.2 place value relationships
Friday-Lesson 3.3 place value relationships
We will begin chapter 2. Our major test will be Friday, September 22. ch. 2 notes and review Students will also complete a project to help us understand the six regions. This project is due Friday, September 16. It can be turned in earlier if you desire. ch. 2 SS project Students will be given this information Tuesday at school.
We will begin with chapter 2. This chapter is divided into two sections due to the amount of material.We will have a major test on section 2.1 on Friday, September 9. We will have a major test on section 2.2 Thursday, Sept. 15 . chapter 2 notes chapter 2.1 review ch. 2.2 test review
August 29-September 2
Monday- lesson 2.2 number sequences
Tuesday- lesson 2.3 extending tables
Wednesday-Lesson 2.4 writing rules for situation
Thursday- Lesson 2.5 geometric patterns
Friday- Lesson 2.6 act out a story
We will complete chapter 1. We will have a major test Friday, Sept. 2. ch. 1 notes and review
We will begin with chapter 2. This chapter is divided into two sections due to the amount of material. We will have a major test on section 2.1 on Wednesday, Sept. 7. chapter 2 notes chapter 2.1 review ch. 2.2 test review
The second major test on section 2.2 will be Friday, September 16. Both sets of notes and reviews are included in the link.
Monday- lesson 1.9 using multiplication facts to find division facts
Tuesday- Lesson 1.10 draw/write problem solving
Wednesday- review for test
Thursday- Topic 1 test
Friday- Lesson 2.1 repeating patterns
We will begin chapter 1 this week. Major test will be Friday, Sept. 2 ch. 1 notes/review
We will complete chapter 1. Chapter 1 test will be Friday, August 26. chapter 1 notes and review
Monday- lesson 1.5 multiplication as comparison
Tuesday- lesson 1.6 meanings of division
Wednesday- lesson 1.7 multiplication and division comparison stories
Thursday- lesson 1.7 multiplication and division comparison stories
Friday-lesson 1.8 special quotients
We will begin chapter 1 this week. Students will be given the notes to study, along with a study guide. The notes are also available on this page in case they get lost. Theses tests are a major grade. The Chapter 1 test will be Friday, August 26. chapter 1 notes and review
Monday- practice mad minute test/ review of third grade skills
Tuesday- Lesson 1.1 meaning of multiplication
Wednesday- Lesson 1.2 patterns for facts
Thursday-Lesson 1.3 multiplication properties
Friday- Lesson 1.4 3,4,6,7,8 as factors
We will use this week to become acquainted with our science and social studies books and notes.