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

Congratulations to  Takilya Neal  Room 206 Student of the Week!

Dear Parents

Happy Thanksgiving!  Reminder: No School Wednesday November  26, 2014  to Friday November 28, 2014

 Great news!!!! Student are  doing much better on timed multiplication test! Please continue to practice with your child every night. Students were given additional time for their project summaries.

Supplies needed: lined paper, pencils, individual pencil sharpeners, colored pencils dry erase markers

 Weekly Objectives

Literacy- Inferencing/Generalizations- 4th graders will  make simple inferences, using information from texts 4th graders will draw conclusions, using information from texts (nonfiction)They will also able to determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas

 Math-  Students will continue to  understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions.  Students will compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two decimals refer to the same whole. Students will also learn how and why decimals are important. People use them everyday in different situations, such as counting money, looking at price tags, reading an odometer. The decimal system is a way to express large and small numbers by utilizing the decimal point

Science-  Students will continue the  unit on the human body. Student will spend the next 6 weeks comparing the different functions of the skeletal and muscular systems. Students will still continue to work on their science fair projects.

Homework

Literacy- Weekly Book Log  Due Monday, December 1, 2014

Math Revised- Lesson 4.7- Study Links,  4.8 Study Links in NOT DUE! Ordering Decimal Worksheet is due on Monday December 1, 2014.

Congratulations to Logan Lester Room 206 Student of the Week!

Dear Parents,

It was great seeing  you all at Report Card Pick-up. I really appreciate all of the kind words and positive feedback! Please bring in canned good for the canned school drive. There is a box located inside of our classroom . Great news!!!! Student are  doing much better on timed multiplication test! Please continue to practice with your child every night. Students were given additional time for their project summaries.

Supplies needed: lined paper, pencils, individual pencil sharpeners, colored pencils dry erase markers

 Weekly Objectives

Literacy- Reading for a purpose!!! Students will continue to  focus-on Informational Text (Close Read) Fourth Graders will identify structural features of Informational Text. They will identify structural patterns found in informational text  to strengthen comprehension

Inferencing/Generalizations- 4th graders will  make simple inferences, using information from texts 4th graders will draw conclusions, using information from texts (nonfiction)They will also able to determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas

 Math- The World of Fractions!!!! Students will understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions. (Lessons 4.3-4.7) Students will compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two decimals refer to the same whole. Students will also learn how and why decimals are important. People use them everyday in different situations, such as counting money, looking at price tags, reading an odometer. The decimal system is a way to express large and small numbers by utilizing the decimal point

Science-  Students will begin a unit on the human body. Student will spend the next 6 weeks comparing the different functions of the skeletal and muscular systems. students will still continue to work on their science fair projects.

 

Homework for the week of  11/17/14 

 

Monday:  BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Tuesday. Study Links 4.3

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG. Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Wednesday Study Links 4.4

Wednesday:  BOOK LOG.Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Thursday. Study Links 4.5 Project Summary Due.

Thursday: BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables.  Timed Test Friday.  Write Math Facts 5 times each due Friday. Study Links 4.6

Friday-  BOOK LOG.

 

Dear Parents,

Reminder: Report Card Day is Wednesday! Please sign up if you have not already for a time. Great news!!!! Students are doing much better on timed multiplication test! Please continue to practice with your child every night. By the end of this week students should have Science Project Summaries completed.

 Weekly Objectives

Literacy- Reading for a purpose!!! Students will continue to  focus-on Informational Text (Close Read) Fourth Graders will identify structural features of Informational Text. They will identify structural patterns found in informational text  to strengthen comprehension

 Math: Welcome to the World of Fractions!!!! Students will understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions. (Lessons 4.1-4.2)

 

Homework

Monday:  BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (11’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 5 times each due. Reading informational text: “Egypt” – Identify main idea- supporting evidence.  Thursday. Study Links 4.1 Complete Science Project Summary-Due Friday

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (11’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 5 times each due Thursday. No Study Links

Wednesday: BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (11’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 5 times each due Thursday. No Study Links

Thursday:  BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (11’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 5 times each due Friday. Study Links 4.2

Friday BOOK LOG.- SCIENCE PROJECT SUMMARY DUE

 Congratulations to Kai Beauchamp Room 206 Student of the Week!

Dear Parents,

 

Can you believe it is November already? This is the last week of the marking period. Quarter 2,  will begin next Monday.  A HUGE applause goes out to all of the students who completed the oral book reports dressed as their favorite characters on Friday. The reports were AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!! Reminder: Field Trip Thursday November, 6, 2014 to Kersten Physics Teaching Center  There is no school this Friday, November 7, 2014. Also, Report card pick-up is Wednesday, November 12, 2014.  Parental Sign-up sheets will go out this week.

Weekly Objectives

 Math:  Students will continue to solve number stories. They will use the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems. Fourth graders will review strategies for solving word problems. Students will also work on solving open sentences.

Social Studies: Fourth graders will continue to work with current events so that we can be aware of the world around us and how those events can affect our lives. Students will read and understand grade-level-appropriate material from “Time For Kids” http://www.timeforkids.com/ . They draw upon a variety of comprehension strategies as needed (e.g., generating and responding to essential questions, making predictions, comparing information from several sources).

EXTRA CREDIT- ALL DUE BY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2014 

Also, please save your voting receipts students will receive 50 points EXTRA CREDIT if students bring in a voting receipt. Limit 2

Social Studies EXTRA CREDIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Students will be allowed to choose up to two articles from the TFK website and answer the following questions:

Answer in S.S. Notebooks (Label Extra Credit)

What information did you already know about the topic before reading the passage? How did you learn this information?

Tell 3 facts you learned from reading the passage.

Pretend you have to teach what you learned from reading this passage to a new student. What will you tell about the topic?

Choose a color to describe the topic. Tell why you chose it.

Science: Students will continue studying the process of proposing and testing hypothesis (Scientific Method).  Students will r complete project summaries for the classroom science fair.  Fourth graders will continue to discuss experiments that are of interest to them in preparation for our classroom science fair in December. Here are some websites you can visit with your 4th grader for science project ideas. Students will work on project summaries in class.

http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/projects/

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas.shtml

http://www.education.com/science-fair/

Literacy:  Focus- Informational Text (Close Read) Fourth Graders will identify structural features of Informational Text. They will identify structural patterns found in informational text  to strengthen comprehension

Writing: Topic: “Why I am  Thankful”. Students will begin with their 1st drafts –

Provide an introductory paragraph.

Establish and support a central idea with a topic sentence at or near the beginning of the first paragraph.

Include supporting paragraphs with simple facts, details, and explanations.

Conclude with a paragraph that summarizes the points.

Use correct indention.

Homework for the week of  11/3/14 

 

Monday:  BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (10’s) Timed Test Thursday  Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due Tuesday. Study Links 3.11

 

Tuesday:  BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (10’s) Timed Test Thursday  Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due Wednesday. Study Links 3.12  Tic-Tac-Toe

Wednesday:  BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (10’s) Timed Test Thursday  Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due Thursday. Review Worksheet  Tic-Tac-Toe

Thursday: BOOK LOG.  S Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due Tuesday.   Tic-Tac-Toe – Due Monday November 10, 2014

 

Friday- No School Tic-Tac-Toe  & Book Logs  Due Monday November 10, 2014 

Congratulations to Lea-Sophie LaChance Room 206 Student of the Week!

 

Dear Parents,

The Field Trip for today was postponed. I will keep you posted when it will be rescheduled. There is no Book Log due for tonight. Students should work on their book reports due October 31, 2014.  Students have the option to complete an oral book report dressed as the main character for 100 EXTRA CREDIT POINTS!!!! Please sign student permission form (distributed last week)

Weekly Objectives 

Math:  Students will solve number stories. They will use the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems. Fourth graders will review strategies for solving word problems.

Social Studies: Fourth graders will work with current events so that we can be aware of the world around us and how those events can affect our lives. Students will read and understand grade-level-appropriate material from “Time For Kids” http://www.timeforkids.com/ . They draw upon a variety of comprehension strategies as needed (e.g., generating and responding to essential questions, making predictions, comparing information from several sources).

Social Studies EXTRA CREDIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Students will be allowed to choose up to two articles from the TFK website and answer the following questions:

Answer in S.S. Notebooks (Label Extra Credit)

  1. What information did you already know about the topic before reading the passage? How did you learn this information?
  2. Tell 3 facts you learned from reading the passage.
  3. Pretend you have to teach what you learned from reading this passage to a new student. What will you tell about the topic?
  4. Choose a color to describe the topic. Tell why you chose it.

Science- Students will continue studying the process of proposing and testing hypothesis (Scientific Method).  Students will research possible Science Project ideas for the classroom science fair.  Fourth graders will continue to discuss experiments that are of interest to them in preparation for our classroom science fair in December. Here are some websites you can visit with your 4th grader for science project ideas. Students will work on project summaries in class.

http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/projects/

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas.shtml

http://www.education.com/science-fair/

 

Literacy: Fourth Graders will identify structural features of Informational Text. They will identify structural patterns found in informational text (e.g., compare and contrast, cause and effect,) to strengthen comprehension

Writing: Topic: “Why are We Thankful”. Students will begin outlining multiple-paragraph compositions (DRAFT):

  1. Provide an introductory paragraph.
  2. Establish and support a central idea with a topic sentence at or near the beginning of the first paragraph.
  3. Include supporting paragraphs with simple facts, details, and explanations.
  4. Conclude with a paragraph that summarizes the points.
  5. Use correct indention.

 

Homework

Monday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014,  NO BOOK LOG.  Study Math Times Tables (9’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due Tuesday. Think about Science Project ideas.

Tuesday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014,  Study Math Times Tables (9’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due Wednesday. Think about Science Project ideas.  Study Links 3.8. Return extra credit book report parental sign-up slips by 10/30

Wednesday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014,    Study Math Times Tables (9’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due  Thursday. Study Links 3.9.. Think about Science Project ideas. Return extra credit book report parental sign-up slips by 10/30

Thursday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014,   Study Math Times Tables (9’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts 3-5 times each due Friday.Study Links 3.10. Think about Science Project ideas.

Friday- Book Reports Due! Timed Test Day!!!! Book Log for Homework

Week 6 Student of the Week: Congrats to Imani Bragg for being student of the week!

Parents,

Happy Monday!  Students are not studying for their weekly timed math facts test. Therefore, students are required to write times tables 3 times each (if they passed last weeks test) 5 times if they failed  every night this week. Please make certain your child has their own pair of scissors and ruler. Please sign and return all field trip forms as soon as possible. If you would like to chaperone please contact me via email mrtoney@cps.edu . After school programs start this week.

Below I have included some websites to help you with your children at home with their Map (NWEA) scores.

Reading

http://www.sowashco.k12.mn.us/ro/pages/studentlinks/map/reading.htm

http://www.linnmar.k12.ia.us/schools/westfield/westweb/NWEA_Rdg_RIT_Sites.html

 Math

http://www.sowashco.k12.mn.us/ro/pages/studentlinks/map/+number/221-230.htm

https://sites.google.com/a/wfsd.k12.ny.us/nwea/math-map-activities

Weekly Objectives

Math- This week in Math students will continue working on various strategies for solving multiplication facts. Please  continue to practice multiplication facts with your children. All Students this week are required to write their times tables fact 3 times each nightly.  Those facts are due the very next day, not Friday (example: 3X0=0 to 3X12=36). Students will be notified on Monday which facts they need to work on.If you need clarity please send me an email.

Literacy- This week in Language Arts we will be reading realistic fiction. This week for homework, read “Once Upon A Cool Motorcycle Dude””. Students will be continue reading their novels for small group. This week students will recognize compare and contrast relationships in text. Our Classroom Novel is “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing” by Judy Blume. Please dialogue with your fourth grader about  what they are reading. Ask them about the character traits of the main characters (protagonists) in the story. What evidence in the text supports why they feel a character has that trait?

Social Studies: While reading informational text, students will identify main idea and supporting details as well as using context clues to identify any unfamiliar words.
Writing– This week in Writer’s Workshop we continue working on our personal narrative stories.

Science- Students will continue studying the process of proposing and testing hypothesis (Scientific Method).  Students will research possible Science Project ideas for the classroom science fair. We will begin discussing experiments that are of interest to them in preparation for our classroom science fair in December. Here are some websites you can visit with your 4th grader for science project ideas.

http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/projects/

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas.shtml

http://www.education.com/science-fair/

 

Homework

Monday:Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014,  Book Log, Math- Study Links 3.4. Study Math Times Tables (8’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts  due Tuesday.

Tuesday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014 Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Math- Study Links 3.5. Study Math Times Tables (8’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts  due Wednesday .

Wednesday:Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014 Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Math- Study Links 3.6. Study Math Times Tables (8’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts due Thursday 

Thursday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014 Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Math- Study Links 3.7. Study Math Times Tables (8’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts  due Friday

Friday: All Homework is Due (Study Links, Tic-Tac Toe) Literacy- Book Log, (Due Monday October 20, 2014),

 

Happy Tuesday! My apologies for not posting last week. I had a technical error with my page. But I am back! I hope you had a wonderful  3 day weekend!

Week 5 Student of the Week: Congrats to Nyla Sanders for being student of the week!

Students of the Week for Room 206-4 

Week 1: Matthew Narain

Week 2: Ruth Andrews

Week 3: Lily Bennett

Week 4: Rama Chikfeh

Please encourage your fourth grader to strive to be student of the week!

Progress Reports and NWEA fall score were issued to the students last Friday. Please sign and have your fourth grader return their progress reports.

Weekly Objectives

Math- This week in Math we will begin Unit 3. The Unit 2 exam will be on Wednesday. On the test students have an option on using the Trade First Method vs. Partial Difference to solve 3 digit subtraction problems. We will begin working on strategies for solving multiplication facts. Please practice multiplication facts with your children. Many of the students are not firm on the facts and need a lot of practice. Students are not studying their facts nightly. Therefore, if  a student did not pass last weeks test the are required to write their math facts 3 times each nightly. Those facts are due the very next day, not Friday (example: 3X0=0 to 3X12=36). Students will be notified on Tuesday which facts they need to work on.

Literacy- This week in Language Arts we will be reading realistic fiction. This week for homework, read Coming Distractions”. Students will be continue reading their novels for small group. This week students will recognize fact and opinion relationships in text.

Writing– This week in Writer’s Workshop we continue working on our personal narrative stories.

Social Studies: While reading informational text, students will identify main idea and supporting details as well as using context clues to identify any unfamiliar words.

Science- Students will continue studying the process of proposing and testing hypothesis (Scientific Method). We will begin discussing experiments that are of interest to them in preparation for our classroom science fair in December.

 

Homework

Tuesday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014 Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Math- Study Links 3.1. Study Math Times Tables (7’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts if Applicable 3 times each due Wednesday.

Wednesday:Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014 Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Math- Study Links 3.2. Study Math Times Tables (7’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts if Applicable 3 times each due Thursday 

Thursday: Work on Book Report Due October 31, 2014 Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Math- Study Links 3.3. Study Math Times Tables (7’s) Timed Test Friday Write Math Facts if Applicable 3 times each due Friday

Friday: All Homework is Due (Study Links, Tic-Tac Toe) Literacy- Book Log, (Due Monday October 20, 2014),

Updates: Change in the Book Report Due Date. It will be due 10/7. Also All Social Studies Quizzes are due Tuesday signed by parents.

Reminders: PE is on Mondays and Thursdays. Please make sure your child wears appropriate gym shoes so they will be able to participate in PE.

 PBIS is seeking donations for the Ray School store please contact me via email on how your family can help.

Homework

Monday: Literacy- Book Log , Work on Book Report  Math-  No Study Links , Study Math Times Tables (5’s)Timed Test Thursday

Tuesday:  Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Work on Book Report,, Math- Study Links 2.4. Study Math Times Tables (5’s) Timed Test Thursday

Wednesday: Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet,  Work on Book Report,  Book Log  Math- Study Links 2.5  Study Math Times Tables (5’s)Timed Test Thursday

Thursday: Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, Work on Book Report, Math- Study Links 2.6 Study Math Times Tables (5’s)Timed Test Thursday

Friday:  All Homework is Due (Study Links, Tic-Tac Toe) Literacy- Book Log and Book Report (Due Monday October 7,  2014),

Reminders: PE is on Mondays and Thursdays. Please make sure your child wears appropriate gym shoes so they will be able to participate in PE.

PBIS is seeking donations for the Ray School store please contact me via email on how your family can help.

Picture Day is this Thursday, September 25th

The school day begins promptly at 8:45 a.m..  Students arriving after 8:45a.m  are marked as tardy.

Math- This week in Math we will begin Unit 2. Students will take their Unit 1 assessment. We will begin identifying place value up to one billion. This week students will also be using a calculator.

Literacy- This week in Language Arts we will be reading realistic fiction. This week for homework, read How Tia Lola Came to Stay by Julia Alvarez. Students will be introduced to their new novels for small group. This week students will recognize cause and effect relationships in text

Writing- This week in Writer’s Workshop we begin narrative stories.

Social Studies- This week students  will continue studying the continent of North America.

Monday: Literacy- Cereal Box Projects Due this week! Book Log, (Due Monday September 29, 2014), Math- Study Links 1.8 Study Math Times Tables (4’s)Timed Test Thursday

Tuesday:  Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, (Due Monday September 29, 2014), Math- Study Links 2.1. Study Math Times Tables (4’s) Timed Test Thursday

Wednesday: Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Journal Entries 1-5 DUE Book Log, (Due Monday September 29, 2014), Math- Study Links 2.2 Study Math Times Tables (4’s)Timed Test Friday

Thursday: Tic-Tac- Toe Sheet, Book Log, (Due Monday September 29, 2014), Math- Study Links 2.3 Study Math Times Tables (4’s)Timed Test Friday

Friday:  All Homework is Due (Study Links, Tic-Tac Toe) Literacy- Book Log, (Due Monday September 29, 2014),