Assignments

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    Week of February 26, 2019

    Read for 20 minutes.  Take notes on your AR book. Book Report project this week

    Spelling-Lesson 20 Test March 1

    Vocabulary Workshop Unit 17 Test Thursday, Feb. 28

    English/Social Studies Sheet

     

     

     

     

     

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4th Grade Schedule

  • A Day: Music

    B Day: PE and Spanish

    C Day: Library

    D Day: Chapel, PE, and Spanish

    E Day: Science Lab, Art, and Bible

    F Day: Chapel, PE, and STEAM

    **Lunch 11:55-12:25

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Language Arts

  • 4th Language Arts (Late)

    Reading class will not only consist of the reading text literature but will also include several novels. Vocabulary Workshop and spelling will be used for vocabulary development.  There will be many exciting activities to help encourage a lifelong love of reading!  English class will include grammar, parts of speech, and creative writing.

Language Arts Weekly Skills

  • Week of February 25, 2019

    Reading-Take notes on the AR book you are reading.  We will work on Black History activities this month.

    English-We'll continue with nouns, prepositions, and verbs.

    Spelling-Lesson 20

    Vocabulary Workshop - Unit 17

     

     

     

     

Language Arts Files

Social Studies

  • Social Studies

    In social studies, we will begin with a unit on map skills and the United States: Its Land and People.  We will learn all fifty states and capitals.  Later, the focus will be on the different regions of our country.  We'll study Tennessee History and then end the year with a unit on Hawaii.  Hawaii will include a major independent research project and culminate with a theatrical performance for the school and parents. The fourth graders will then enjoy an incredible luau lunch!  This has become a wonderful tradition treasured by all.

Social Studies Weekly Skills

  • Week of February 25, 2019

     

    Textbook-We will continue reading and working on locating information on the Southeast region.  There will be Open Book questions on pages 120-125.  We will begin an essay on The Mississippi River.