Students are assigned the following Standard to create a power point
Reading Power Points: Students will create 3 slides introducing the concept that is listed next to their numbers.
1= 4.6g, 2= 4.5a, 3= 4.6d, 4=4.5a, 5=4.6f, 7=4.6j, 8=4.6a, 9=4.5b, 10=4.6e, 11=4.5e, 12=4.5c, 13=4.5c, 14= 15=4.5j, 16=4.6c, 17=4.6h, 18=4.6c, 19=4.6h,20=4.6b, 21=4.6d, 22=4.5j , 23=4.6d, 24=4.6c, 25=4.6b, 26=4.6h, 27=4.5e
Math Power Points: Students will create 3 slides explaining the concept listed next to their number.
1=4.12, 2=4.6a, 3=4.9, 4=4.2, 5=4.3, 7=4.2, 8=4.9, 9=4.6, 10=4.6, 11=4.3, 12=4.1, 13=4.3, 14=4.12, 15=4.6, 16=4.8, 17=4.7, 19=4.6, 20=4.11, 21=4.9, 22=4.2, 23=4.8, 24=4.8, 25=4.10, 26=4.9, 27=4.12
The standards are written in their notebook. They should provide this information to you. Thank you for your support
In the county we are allowed only to assign 60 minutes of homework this assignment is every day: Each student has access to a math textbook, orange science Harcourt textbook, Virginia Studies text book and Language Arts text book - they are allowed to take their number textbook home and do assignments from these books. The student does need to sign these books out as you will be charged if your students number is missing.
Reading: 20 minutes - each night they may choose any 1 of the following:
the Virginia Studies textbook to reinforce Virginia Studies,
an independent book - turning in a reading report on Fridays,
Raz-kids with 3 quizzes weekly
Math: 20 minutes - each week the county requires 90 minutes of dream box. Students may also add pages from the math textbook on the topic we are learning right now it is fractions, elapsed time, multiplication and division, associate properties for multiplication and addition
Students can go to the index to look up pages for practice in these areas.
Virginia Studies: 10 minutes daily, refrigerator cards 1-7 should be memorized, words on page 8 should be defined up to 9a
Science: 10 minutes daily, refrigerator cards eco systems
OPTIONAL work parents have requested: This is above what I expect and can assign.
Writing prompt this week - Create a fictional story if you were a superhero what power would you want and how would you use it to benefit the community. (Many parents are asking for this assignment - this assignment is decided by parents.) - Turned in on Friday
Monday: make a plan - 4 square - 5 paragraph stories
Tuesday: create a draft of the story using cursive writing
Wednesday: revise your draft, check spelling, grammar
Thursday: Final copy corrected turned in on lined paper
Friday: Turn in homework bin
We have two student librarians who check books out and in. Please make sure your student follows those processes.
Dream Box new homework requirements is 90 minutes a week.
Dream Box Hours
- we will only be using Dream Box for class. Benchmark testing will be in February. Students will need to know LCM, GCF, 2X2 multiplication Ex: 46 X 78. They will also need to divide. Thank you for your support have a wonderful week.
Raz kids is available for your students. Whisper phones came home yesterday and today (Friday, September 11th). Please have students read in these phones, for a minimum of 20 minutes 3 times a week. This will help them hear how they sound. We will have a reading competition up until winter break (more information to come). Please make sure students are taking 3 quizzes a week during there reading time. Thank you for the support.
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the fourth grade students! My goal this year will be to continue to develop your child into a
life long, independent learner.
I am excited to begin my 9th year
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I completed my doctorate degree to encourage students and to demonstrate that you can
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My excitement for learning spills over
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Our classroom will be participating in BYOT this year. Please remind your student to charge their device each evening, to be ready to start the day. If you have any questions, please refer to the BYOT page off of the main Rosa Lee Carter web-page,contact Mrs. Homer our chief technology expert, or myself.
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Tests: Questions can be asked for any topic we have already learned. Please contact me if you have any questions. Please remember quizzes will still take place even if we have snow days. The students do have access to all of the information that we would use on a test. Communication through this web page or a directly email would be sent if anything changes. Thank you for your support. Homework is also assigned on snow days Dream Box, Raz Kids, Refrigerator Cards and all other material are accessible in and out of school. Contact me if you need support in this information.