Archive for December 2014

 

Weekly  Objectives 

REMINDER. Classroom science fair December 18, 2014 book reports due December 19, 2014.

Literacy- Author’s Purpose/Analyze and Evaluate – 4th graders will refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text with an emphasis on Non-Fiction Narratives

Math- 4th graders will focus on extending multiplication skills and review the basic principles of the multiplication of multi-digit numbers.

Science- Students will continue the unit on the human body. Student will continue comparing the different functions of the muscular systems.Students will investigate the differences between the various types of muscles. Students will still continue to work on their science fair projects.

Social Studies- Students will understand the rights and responsibilities of United States citizenship. Students will also investigate how the United States economy operates.

 

Homework

Monday:  WORK ON  BOOK REPORT .  Read  Narrative Non Fiction:I Survived  the Boston Marathon”  , Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.. Study Links 5.5  Science- COMPLETE SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS

Tuesday:  .  WORK ON  BOOK REPORT. Tic-Tac-Toe fromI Survived  the Boston Marathon” , Study Math Write Math Facts 5 times each due Wednesday Study Links 5.6 Science- COMPLETE SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS

Wednesday:  WORK ON  BOOK REPORT.  Tic-Tac-Toe fromI Survived  the Boston Marathon” , Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Thursday. Study Links 5.7.  Science- COMPLETE SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS

Thursday: WORK ON  BOOK REPORT .  Tic-Tac-Toe fromI Survived  the Boston Marathon” ,Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Friday. Study Link 5.8 SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS DUE!!!!

Friday-  BOOK REPORT DUE  . Timed Test- Tic-Tac Toe Due FRIDAY

REMINDER. Classroom science fair December 18, 2014 book reports due December 19, 2014.

Literacy- Author’s Purpose/Analyze and Evaluate – 4th graders will refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Math- 4th graders will focus on extending multiplication skills and review the basic principles of the multiplication of multi-digit numbers.

Science- Students will continue the unit on the human body. Student will continue comparing the different functions of the muscular systems.Students will investigate the differences between the various types of muscles. Students will still continue to work on their science fair projects.

Social Studies- Students will understand the rights and responsibilities of United States citizenship. Students will also investigate how the United States economy operates.

 

Homework

Monday:  BOOK LOG.  Read Journeys “Jose! Born to Dance” , Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.. Study Links 5.1 Social Studies- Question:” Who are the senators who represent Illinois in the U.S. Senate? – Complete in notebook

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Math Write Math Facts 5 times each due Wednesday Study Links 5.2  Social Studies-  Question:How many representatives from Illinois are in the United States House of Representatives? (H)

Wednesday:  BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Thursday. Study Links 5.3

Thursday: BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac-Toe,Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Friday. Study Link 5.4

Friday- BOOK LOG. Timed Test- Tic-Tac Toe Due MONDAY

Weekly Objectives

Literacy- Understanding Characters/ Visualizing– 4th graders will use details to tell more about characters. They will use text details to form pictures in their minds about what their reading.

Math- Measurement- Students will be introduced to the metric system. Students will review basic conversions in the metric system

Science- Students will continue the unit on the human body. Student will continue comparing the different functions of the skeletal and muscular systems. Students will still continue to work on their science fair projects.

Social Studies- Students will understand the rights and responsibilities of United States citizenship. Students will also investigate how the United States economy operates.

Monday:  BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Tuesday. Study Links 4.8

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Wednesday Study Links 4.9

Wednesday:  BOOK LOG. Tic-Tac-Toe, Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Thursday. Study Links 4.10

Thursday: BOOK LOG.  Tic-Tac-Toe,Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Friday. No Study Links.

Friday- BOOK LOG. Math Unit Test/ Timed Test- Tic-Tac Toe Due