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Welcome to 4th Grade

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

 

 


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Sturbridge Field Trip on Wednesday:

We are leaving at 8:35 am. No food or drink is allowed to be eaten on the bus.

Please make sure you are dressed for the weather, this is a rain or shine field trip.

Everyone should bring a disposable bag lunch. Which means that their lunches should be put in disposable bag in a plastic grocery bag that can be carried around and thrown out when they finish eating it. The kids will be keeping their own lunches with them. 

I am very excited for the field trip and will be praying for nice weather.

Please make sure to return the Peter Pan permission slips and money ASAP.

Here is what we will be learning this week in The Game of Grade Four.

Spelling- There will be a spelling test on Friday, October 11.

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

Math- In math the students will master their rounding skills. There will be a rounding quest on Thursday, October 10. Also, the students should be reviewing their multiplication facts as we are working on completing 100 facts in 9 minutes. Also, just a reminder that there is a weekly MobyMax requirement of a minimum of 50 minutes each week.

Language Arts- The students will complete their work of the play, The Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs. Also, they will begin their novel study of Esio Trot. In English, the students will work on adjectives and poetry.

Religion- The students will discuss how October is the month of the rosary. They will learn how to pray the rosary and the mysteries of the rosary.

Social Studies- The students will begin a unit on Native Americans. In Geography, the students will review the regions and states.

Science- The students will discuss how October is Fire Prevention month. They will begin work on their Fire Prevention Posters. They will also continue to learn about matter.

Have a wonderful week!

Please send in your $10 for the class auction basket ASAP.

Just a reminder that there is no school on Tuesday, October 1.

Spelling- There is a spelling test on Friday, October 4.

prairie, calorie, honey, valley, money, finally, movie, country, empty, city, rookie, hockey, collie, breezy, jury, balcony, steady, alley, trolley, misty, frequency, parsley, journey, chimney, attorney

Reading- This week the students will continue to write their own scarecrow tall tale. We will also begin a literature novel unit.

Math- The students will begin practice in rounding numbers. Also, the students should still be practicing their multiplication facts. They will continue having timed tests! Just a reminder that the Moby Max requirement is a minimum of 50 minutes!

Religion- The students will learn about the life of St. Francis in honor of the feast of St. Francis on October 4. We will also read and discuss the Gospel for this Sunday. There is First Friday Mass on October 4. Please feel free to join us and NO DRESS DOWN PASSES.

Science/Health- In science, the students will continue their unit on matter. In health, we will begin discussing emotions.

Social Studies- The students will review map vocabulary and map skills. There will be a test on Thursday, October 3.

Have a wonderful week!

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