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Our Classroom News

September 2017 

Week of September 7

Welcome back to school, and to the first week of 4th grade!!

 

                                 Our HW schedule is generally:

                                 Mon - ELA: grammar page*, Close Read sheet (due Weds)

                                            Math: workbook pages*

                                 Tues - ELA: grammar page*, RAZ Kids reading assignment (due Thurs)

                                              Math: workbook pages*

                                 Weds - ELA: grammar page*, Reader's Notebook 2 spelling pages (due Fri)

                                             Math: worksbook pages*

                                 Thurs - ELA: study for weekly quizzes: spelling, grammar, decoding,

                                                         vocabulary, and story comprehension

                                              Math: workbook pages*

                                  Fri - ELA: none

                                          Math: none

                        *math and grammar assignments are always due THE NEXT DAY

                         ***your child should also read NIGHTLY! :)


RAZ KIDS - the teacher code is tbaronowitz0

 

ELA

Story: Lesson 1 -

 

(All the information your child needs to succeed on these quizzes is available in the weekly story packets - spelling list, vocabulary definitions, and essential story skills. Your child is strongly encouraged to re-read or listen to the weekly story online before the quiz, at www-k6.thinkcentral.com, and review spelling words on SpellingCity online - see my Spelling page for weekly list links.)

PLEASE LOG ONTO YOUR CHILD'S THINKCENTRAL ACCOUNT TO SEE THEIR WEEKLY QUIZ RESPONSES & RESULTS

 

PLEASE make sure your child is reading at home -

at least 20 minutes a night

 

Accelerated Reader: Fourth graders are responsible for taking at least one Accelerated Reader test monthly. 

September AR test must be taken by 

Students select a book they are comfortable reading independently, read (20 minutes per night is strongly suggested!), and then take an Accelerated Reader test (at school) on the computer, through Mrs. Hughes' library website.

If you have questions about the appropriateness of your book selection, please see me.

 

Students are strongly encouraged to read more than one book per month!

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Writing - In Unit 1 we are working on Narrative writing

 

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 MATH 

Topic 1:

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CCFocus Classes:

 

 

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