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Welcome to 4th Grade

Teacher: Mrs. Amy Kundrat (akundrat@sbsenfield.org)

 

 


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Thank you to all the chaperones who joined us for Silver Bell Farm. Your time and help was greatly appreciated. We had a wonderful day and perfect weather!

We have wonderful weeks full of a great deal of learning in the fourth grade imagineering workshop. I am also happy to say that we are filling our Mickey hand with many splashes of color and can’t wait to see what the surprise is when it is all filled!

This week the fourth and fifth grade students will begin completing their weekly Moby Max practice. They must complete a MINIMUM of 50 minutes. The students have received the directions and must return the signed part ASAP. This will count as a weekly homework grade.

Conference times went home on Tuesday, October 10. I look forward to meeting with you during your designated day and time. Please note these conferences are not for the students to attend. If for some reason you are unable to attend your conference time, please contact me ASAP so we can try to reschedule your time.

Reading- In the next couple of weeks we will finish up with Because of Winn Dixie and begin working on Lewis and Clark and Me.

Math- We will continue practicing division facts and interpreting graphs.

Spelling- There will be a spelling test on Friday, October 20.

usual, huge, flute, mood, smooth, threw, afternoon, scooter, juice, cruise, truth, bruise, cruel, excuse, pupil, groove, confuse, humor, duty, curfew, influence, aluminum, nutrition, accumulate, igloo

On Friday, October 27, the students will have a Unit 1 test on the challenge words from the first five spelling lists. The test will have the students circle the correctly spelled challenge word.

dungeon, magnify, festival, thunderstorm, injury, eighteen, mayonnaise, campaign, daylight, twilight, Halloween, speedometer, underneath, seacoast, cocoa, frequency, parsley, journey, chimney, attorney, influence, aluminum, nutrition, accumulate, igloo

Science- We will begin our unit on plants as a follow up to our wonderful pumpkin farm field trip.

Religion- In religion we will discuss Sacred Scripture and how the Bible is arranged. The students will practice looking up scripture passages. We will also read and discuss Sunday’s Gospel.

Enjoy these weeks of fall!

Wednesday, October 11 is our field trip to Silver Bell Farms. Please refer to the previous post for more information regarding the field trip, but here are a few brief reminders.

1. ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE LUNCH.

2. Students may dress down in appropriate clothing and they MUST WEAR SNEAKERS!

3. This field trip is rain or shine so clothing must also be weather appropriate.

Paents who are chaperoning our field trip to the farm are asked to arrive at school at 8:45am. 

 

Due to the short week and the field trip, there is no spelling test this Friday.

Math- Review multiplication and division fact families. There will be a fact family test on Friday, October 13.

Reading- This week we will read a grade selection of Because of Winn Dixie. We will work on vocabulary and story comprehension.

Science- In conjuction with our Silver Bell Farm field trip, the students will learn about the life cycle of a pumpkin.

Religion- This week the students will review how to pray the rosary and the mysteries of the rosary. The school will gather for the Living Rosary on Friday, October 13.

 

Have a wonderful week!

 

 

 

 

On Wednesday, October 11, we have our field trip to Silver Bell Farm. All snack permission slips must be turned in by Tuesday, October 10. Also Silver Bell is a NUT FREE zone, therefore NO PEANUT OR TREE NUT PRODUCTS OF ANY KIND MAY BE BROUGHT. No Nutella, peanut butter, almond butter, etc. sandwiches, nuts of any kind, or snacks with any nuts or processed with any tree nuts or peanuts. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION!

The students will need to bring their own lunch and drink that day, and it may be in their lunch box. Please make sure to pack any cutlery, napkins, etc. that they may need as weather permitting we will eat outside.

The students may dress down for this field trip, but they MUST WEAR SNEAKERS. Please have them dress weather appropriately. This field trip is rain or shine.

If you have any further questions, please let me know.

Have a wonderful long weekend!

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