A Few Reminders
Conference letters went home last Friday. Please make sure that your child has given the envelope to you. If you have a conflict, please let me know ASAP.
Tomorrow- Wednesday, October 10, is group picture day. All students are to be in their school uniform. No dress down passes are allowed.
Thursday, October 11, is individual picture day. Students do not have to wear their uniform, but they should be dressed nicely.
Saturday, October 13, is the Color Run. Registration starts at 7:00am and the run begins at 8:00am.
Sunday, October 14, is Family Mass at St. Bernard Church at 10:30am.
Here is what we will be learning in the Land of Oz this week.
Math- The students will discuss place value and the different ways to write numbers. The fourth graders will review their multiplication fact fluency. The third graders will begin to develop an understanding of multiplication and begin learning basic facts. Please practice, practice, practice outside of school too! This practice should be in addition to the weekly MobyMax requirement.
Spelling- There will be a spelling test on Friday, October 12.
Grade 3 Words- proud, shower, hour, amount, voyage, choice, avoid, thousand, prowl, employ, bounce, poison, annoy, appoint, broil, however, mountain, coward, turmoil, chowder
Grade 4 Words- 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
Language Arts- The students will conclude their study of Tall Tales through applying what they learned through visual displays.
Social Studies- The students will develop an understanding of reading maps and understanding the information that can be gathered from maps.
Religion- This week we will be taking a closer look at the rosary during this month of the rosary. We will also read and discuss the Gospel for this Sunday.
We are also discussing the importance of writing complete answers and writing neatly. The fourth graders should be writing neatly in both manuscript and cursive. The third graders should have their manuscript mastered and we will be moving into learning cursive letters next week.
Have a wonderful week!