**Important notices:**

Here is our class's Prep schedule. It is early in year, there just might be a change or two.

I'll surely let you know:

Here is our class's Prep schedule. It is early in year, there just might be a change or two.

I'll surely let you know:

**Class 4-305's Weekly**

**Prep Schedule (2017-2018)**

**Monday**- S.T.E.A.M. with Mrs. Incorvaia

**10:05 – 10:50**

**Tuesday -**Gym with Mrs. McGuire

**12:50 - 1:35**

**Wednesday**- Music with Ms.Francis

**1:40 – 2:25**

**Thursday**- Gym with Mr. Jones

**1:40**

**– 2:25**

**Friday**- Art with Mrs. Judge-Patton

**8:25 – 9:10**

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Latest updated homework

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Thursday, February 15th:

Homework:

Reading- Complete ELA packet

Math - Complete Math packet

Science - Complete your science project.

Projects are due in school no later

than March 5th.

*** Get your Progress Report Signed***

Reminder... Schools are closed tomorrow for the

Lunar New Year. Schools will re-open Monday,

February 26th.

Enjoy your week off :-)

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Wednesday, February 14th:

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY ! ! !

Reading-

Read "This Day in History"

What is the main idea of the

passage? Use 2 supporting details.

Math-

A rover needs to travel 5/8 mile to reach

its destination. It has already traveled 3/8

of a mile. How much further does the rover

need to travel?

(Use a model and numbers)

Study for Chapter 6 test tomorrow

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Tuesday, February 13th:

Reading-

Read " To Space and Back" by Sally

Ride. What is the main idea of the

passage? Use 2 supporting details.

Math-

Kelly is planting a flower garden. The

garden will have no more than 12 equal

sections. 3/4 of the garden will have daisies.

What other fractions could represent the

part of the garden with daisies?

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Monday, February 12th:

Reading- Read a book of choice for 30 minutes.

Identify what the author's point of

view is. Use the R.A.P.P. method to show

your proof.

Get your Social Studies test signed.

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February 9th

Reading-

Reading worksheets

Math-

Olivia is making scarves. Each scarf will have

5 rectangles, and 2/5 of the rectangles will be

Purple. How many purple rectangles does

she need for 3 scarves?

Compare 3/8 and 1/4

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Thursday, February 8th

Study Skills-

Study your notes and homework

in both social studies and math for

our upcoming tests.

Math-

Jodi cut a sandwich into 8 equal pieces and ate

1 piece. She had 7/8 of the sandwich left. Jodi

put each of the remaining pieces on a snack

plate.

A. How many snack plates did she use?

B. What part of the sandwich did he put

on each plate?

(Tomorrow is your Soc. Studies Test)

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Wednesday, February 7th

Social Studies:

Complete a review questions 1 - 12

worksheet using page 100 in your

textbook and your study guide.

Math:

Mr. Fields made a loaf of banana bread. He

used 1/8 of the bread for a snack and 5/8

of the bread for lunch. How much did he

use for a snack and lunch?

(Explain using a model and numbers)

(Study for Friday's Social Studies Test and

Monday's Math test)

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Tuesday, February 6th

Reading - Read a nonfiction book for 30 minutes.

List and write the definitions for

5 words that you've learned.

Math - Rog has 3 beads to make a necklace.

The lengths of the beads are 5/6 inch,

5/12, and 5/13 inch. What are the lengths

in order from shortest to longest?

Reminder... THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9th IS OUR SOCIAL

STUDIES TEST.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH IS OUR

CHAPTER 6 MATH TEST.

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Monday, February 5th

Reading - Complete Reading sheets

Math-

Rachel brought some buttons. Of the buttons,

2/4 are yellow and 2/8 are red. Rachel bought more

of which color buttons? Explain using pictures

and numbers.

List the lowest Common denominators

of:

2 and 3

6 and 8

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Friday, February 2nd

Reading- Read a non-fiction book

for 30 minutes. What do you

want to know more about the

topic? Come up with

3 or more questions that you may

have about the topic.

Math -

1. Bart uses 3/12 cup of milk to make brownies.

What fraction is equivalent to 3/12?

2. Write 10/12 in its simplest form

3. List 2 common denominators of 4 and 16

Bring your signed permission slip back Monday

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Social Studies-

Write a paragraph describing what Dutch

traditions remained after New Neterland

became an English Colony.

Math-

Darcy baked 8 muffins. She put blueberries in 5/8

of the muffins. She put raspberries in 3/8 of the

muffins. Did more muffins have blueberries or

raspberries? Explain using pictures and

numbers.

748 divided by 4

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Wednesday, January 31st

Math - Mary made a fruit tart and cut it into 8 equal pieces.

Mary, Jane, Vicky and Silvia each took 2 pieces of the

tart home. Mary says she and each of her friends took

1/4 of the tart home. Is Mary correct? Explain.

Reading - Complete reading sheet

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Tuesday, January 30th

Science-

What are some different ways to

measure matter? (Use the RAPP method)

answer in a paragraph.

Get your science test signed

Math -

Problems of the Night from Monday, January 29th

Get chapter 4 test signed, make corrections

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Monday, January 29th

Reading - ELA PRactice Worksheets

Math-

1. Abby did 121 sit-ups in 8 minutes.

per minute?

2. This year, Matthew flew 14,500 miles

on business. Last year, he flew

83,125 miles on business. How many

more miles did he fly on business

last year?

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Friday, January 26th

Reading- Text Structure worksheets

Math-

1. Kenny has two rectangles that are the same size.

One rectangle is cut into 1/2 size parts. The other

rectangle is cut into 1/3 size parts. He wants to

cut the rectangles so they have the same size

parts. How can he cut each rectangle?

2. 51 x 30

3. 832 divided by 8

Study for Monday's Science Test

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Thursday, January 25th:

Science-

Re-read pages B66 to B72

Answer questions 1 to 5 on

page B73

Math-

1. Judy needs 3/4 cup of dish soap to

make homemade bubble solution. Her

measuring cup is divided into eights.

What fraction of the measuring cup

should Judy fill with dish soap?

2. 33 x 56

Study your science study guide

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Wednesday, January 24th:

Reading / writing-

Read the animal book that you

selected. Write 3 examples of

text features which helped you

with your animal report. Also, explain

how they helped you

Math-

Hazmah made a fruit tart and cut it into

6 equal pieces. Keith, Daisy, and Hazmah

each took 2 pieces of tart home. Hazmah

says he and each of his friends took 1/3

of the tart home. Is he correct?

Study your study guide for our science test

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Tuesday, January 23rd:

Reading- Read pages B60 to B63

Answer questions 1 to 5

on page B63

Math-

Aden cut a pan of lasagna into 37 pieces. He

kept 1 piece for himself and gave the rest away to

4 friends. They divided the pieces equally.

How many pieces will they each get?

Study for Thursday's math test

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Monday, January 22, 2018:

Reading - Reading- Read the article "Systems

that Keep You Running" List at least 5 text

features (with page numbers) Explain how

the photos and pictures support the text.

Math - Kevin picked 3 times as much corn as Lynn.

Together, they picked 96 ears of corn. Kevin

wants to divide the number of ears he

picked equally among 8 bags. How many

ears of corn will Kevin put in each of the 8

bags?

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Friday, January 19th:

Reading - Read a non-fiction text for 30 minutes.

Draw a Venn diagram to compare and

contrast two topics from the text.

Math- Lacrosse is played on a field that is 330 feet

long. How many yards long is a lacrosse field

(3 feet = 1 yard).

Divide 842 by 6

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Thursday, January 18th:

No homework... Just read for 30 or more minutes.

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Wednesday, January 17th:

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. After

reading the text, please write a summary discussing

what you have read.

Math-

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Tuesday, January 16th:

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Monday, January 15th

Dr. King's Birthday- No School

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Tuesday, January 16th

Reading-

Math- At camp there are 5 players on each softball

team. If there are 125 people on all the teams,

how many teams are there?

Divide 657 by 3

REMINDER... Trip to the Jewish Children's

Museum on Thursday

Winter Concert on Thursday...

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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Next Thursday's our 4th grade field trip.

For your homework, Get your Jewish Children

permission slip signed. Its a free trip.

Students who bring their slips signed

tomorrow will receive a "NO HOMEWORK

COUPON"

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Wednesday, January 10th

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes.

After reading, please summarize the chapter .

Remember to include important text features.

Math-

Kevin and 2 friends are playing dominos.

There are 28 dominos in the set. Can he

divide them equally among the 3 players?

why or why not?

Please complete:

475 divided by 5

Remember: Tomorrow is our Clay Ponds field trip

Bring your lunch and dress for the

weather.

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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Latest updated homework

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Thursday, February 15th:

Homework:

Reading- Complete ELA packet

Math - Complete Math packet

Science - Complete your science project.

Projects are due in school no later

than March 5th.

*** Get your Progress Report Signed***

Reminder... Schools are closed tomorrow for the

Lunar New Year. Schools will re-open Monday,

February 26th.

Enjoy your week off :-)

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Wednesday, February 14th:

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY ! ! !

Reading-

Read "This Day in History"

What is the main idea of the

passage? Use 2 supporting details.

Math-

A rover needs to travel 5/8 mile to reach

its destination. It has already traveled 3/8

of a mile. How much further does the rover

need to travel?

(Use a model and numbers)

Study for Chapter 6 test tomorrow

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Tuesday, February 13th:

Reading-

Read " To Space and Back" by Sally

Ride. What is the main idea of the

passage? Use 2 supporting details.

Math-

Kelly is planting a flower garden. The

garden will have no more than 12 equal

sections. 3/4 of the garden will have daisies.

What other fractions could represent the

part of the garden with daisies?

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Monday, February 12th:

Reading- Read a book of choice for 30 minutes.

Identify what the author's point of

view is. Use the R.A.P.P. method to show

your proof.

Get your Social Studies test signed.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

February 9th

Reading-

Reading worksheets

Math-

Olivia is making scarves. Each scarf will have

5 rectangles, and 2/5 of the rectangles will be

Purple. How many purple rectangles does

she need for 3 scarves?

Compare 3/8 and 1/4

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Thursday, February 8th

Study Skills-

Study your notes and homework

in both social studies and math for

our upcoming tests.

Math-

Jodi cut a sandwich into 8 equal pieces and ate

1 piece. She had 7/8 of the sandwich left. Jodi

put each of the remaining pieces on a snack

plate.

A. How many snack plates did she use?

B. What part of the sandwich did he put

on each plate?

(Tomorrow is your Soc. Studies Test)

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Wednesday, February 7th

Social Studies:

Complete a review questions 1 - 12

worksheet using page 100 in your

textbook and your study guide.

Math:

Mr. Fields made a loaf of banana bread. He

used 1/8 of the bread for a snack and 5/8

of the bread for lunch. How much did he

use for a snack and lunch?

(Explain using a model and numbers)

(Study for Friday's Social Studies Test and

Monday's Math test)

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Tuesday, February 6th

Reading - Read a nonfiction book for 30 minutes.

List and write the definitions for

5 words that you've learned.

Math - Rog has 3 beads to make a necklace.

The lengths of the beads are 5/6 inch,

5/12, and 5/13 inch. What are the lengths

in order from shortest to longest?

Reminder... THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9th IS OUR SOCIAL

STUDIES TEST.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH IS OUR

CHAPTER 6 MATH TEST.

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Monday, February 5th

Reading - Complete Reading sheets

Math-

Rachel brought some buttons. Of the buttons,

2/4 are yellow and 2/8 are red. Rachel bought more

of which color buttons? Explain using pictures

and numbers.

List the lowest Common denominators

of:

2 and 3

6 and 8

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Friday, February 2nd

Reading- Read a non-fiction book

for 30 minutes. What do you

want to know more about the

topic? Come up with

3 or more questions that you may

have about the topic.

Math -

1. Bart uses 3/12 cup of milk to make brownies.

What fraction is equivalent to 3/12?

2. Write 10/12 in its simplest form

3. List 2 common denominators of 4 and 16

Bring your signed permission slip back Monday

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Social Studies-

Write a paragraph describing what Dutch

traditions remained after New Neterland

became an English Colony.

Math-

Darcy baked 8 muffins. She put blueberries in 5/8

of the muffins. She put raspberries in 3/8 of the

muffins. Did more muffins have blueberries or

raspberries? Explain using pictures and

numbers.

748 divided by 4

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Wednesday, January 31st

Math - Mary made a fruit tart and cut it into 8 equal pieces.

Mary, Jane, Vicky and Silvia each took 2 pieces of the

tart home. Mary says she and each of her friends took

1/4 of the tart home. Is Mary correct? Explain.

Reading - Complete reading sheet

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Tuesday, January 30th

Science-

What are some different ways to

measure matter? (Use the RAPP method)

answer in a paragraph.

Get your science test signed

Math -

Problems of the Night from Monday, January 29th

Get chapter 4 test signed, make corrections

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Monday, January 29th

Reading - ELA PRactice Worksheets

Math-

1. Abby did 121 sit-ups in 8 minutes.

__About__how many sit ups did she doper minute?

2. This year, Matthew flew 14,500 miles

on business. Last year, he flew

83,125 miles on business. How many

more miles did he fly on business

last year?

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Friday, January 26th

Reading- Text Structure worksheets

Math-

1. Kenny has two rectangles that are the same size.

One rectangle is cut into 1/2 size parts. The other

rectangle is cut into 1/3 size parts. He wants to

cut the rectangles so they have the same size

parts. How can he cut each rectangle?

2. 51 x 30

3. 832 divided by 8

Study for Monday's Science Test

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Thursday, January 25th:

Science-

Re-read pages B66 to B72

Answer questions 1 to 5 on

page B73

Math-

1. Judy needs 3/4 cup of dish soap to

make homemade bubble solution. Her

measuring cup is divided into eights.

What fraction of the measuring cup

should Judy fill with dish soap?

2. 33 x 56

Study your science study guide

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Wednesday, January 24th:

Reading / writing-

Read the animal book that you

selected. Write 3 examples of

text features which helped you

with your animal report. Also, explain

how they helped you

Math-

Hazmah made a fruit tart and cut it into

6 equal pieces. Keith, Daisy, and Hazmah

each took 2 pieces of tart home. Hazmah

says he and each of his friends took 1/3

of the tart home. Is he correct?

Study your study guide for our science test

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Tuesday, January 23rd:

Reading- Read pages B60 to B63

Answer questions 1 to 5

on page B63

Math-

Aden cut a pan of lasagna into 37 pieces. He

kept 1 piece for himself and gave the rest away to

4 friends. They divided the pieces equally.

How many pieces will they each get?

Study for Thursday's math test

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Monday, January 22, 2018:

Reading - Reading- Read the article "Systems

that Keep You Running" List at least 5 text

features (with page numbers) Explain how

the photos and pictures support the text.

Math - Kevin picked 3 times as much corn as Lynn.

Together, they picked 96 ears of corn. Kevin

wants to divide the number of ears he

picked equally among 8 bags. How many

ears of corn will Kevin put in each of the 8

bags?

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, January 19th:

Reading - Read a non-fiction text for 30 minutes.

Draw a Venn diagram to compare and

contrast two topics from the text.

Math- Lacrosse is played on a field that is 330 feet

long. How many yards long is a lacrosse field

(3 feet = 1 yard).

Divide 842 by 6

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Thursday, January 18th:

No homework... Just read for 30 or more minutes.

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Wednesday, January 17th:

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. After

reading the text, please write a summary discussing

what you have read.

Math-

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Tuesday, January 16th:

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Monday, January 15th

Dr. King's Birthday- No School

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Tuesday, January 16th

Reading-

Math- At camp there are 5 players on each softball

team. If there are 125 people on all the teams,

how many teams are there?

Divide 657 by 3

REMINDER... Trip to the Jewish Children's

Museum on Thursday

Winter Concert on Thursday...

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Next Thursday's our 4th grade field trip.

For your homework, Get your Jewish Children

permission slip signed. Its a free trip.

Students who bring their slips signed

tomorrow will receive a "NO HOMEWORK

COUPON"

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, January 10th

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes.

After reading, please summarize the chapter .

Remember to include important text features.

Math-

Kevin and 2 friends are playing dominos.

There are 28 dominos in the set. Can he

divide them equally among the 3 players?

why or why not?

Please complete:

475 divided by 5

Remember: Tomorrow is our Clay Ponds field trip

Bring your lunch and dress for the

weather.

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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

__Homework for Tuesday, January 9, 2018__**–**

__Reading__Complete reading sheet using the RAPP Method

**–**

__Math__Allison took 112 photos on vacation. She wants to put them in a photo album that holds 4 photos on each page. How many pages can she fill?

An airplane flew 2,400 miles in 4 hours. If the plane flew the same number of miles each hour, how many miles did it fly in 1 hour?

**-**

__Important announcements__- Bring in headphones/earbuds (not wireless)
- Bring in permission slip for trip on Thursday
- Scholastic money due on Friday
__Homework for Tuesday, January 9, 2018__–__Reading__

Complete reading sheet using the RAPP Method–__Math__

Allison took 112 photos on vacation. She wants to put them in a photo album that holds 4 photos on each page. How many pages can she fill?

An airplane flew 2,400 miles in 4 hours. If the plane flew the same number of miles each hour, how many miles did it fly in 1 hour?-__Important announcements__ - Bring in headphones/earbuds (not wireless)
- Bring in permission slip for trip on Thursday
- Scholastic money due on Friday

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Monday, January 8, 2018

Reading- Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes.

Describe how a missing text feature

would have helped you understand the

text better.

(Don't copy... I wish the text

had more captions for the pictures.

That way, I may have understood the

material better)

Math- A bakery made 110 pumpkin muffins. They

will be packed in boxes with 8 muffins in each

box. About how many boxes will there be?

A hardware store has 25 boxes of nails. Each box

has 16 nails. How many nails are there

altogether?

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Thursday, January 4th. 2018

Hello to all of our families. We hope you all are doing well on

this snow day.

As for your homework.... if you’re reading this, then you’ve checked

in to find your homework. For doing this, your assignment has been

completed. Tell me the word, “shovel” tomorrow and you’ll win

a prize at the end of the day.

See you all in the morning :-)

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. Name

2 text features you found in your reading. How

did each one help you understand the text?

Math-

Kevin, Keith, John, and Mike collected 13

marbles. They want to share the marbles

equally. How many marbles will each of the

four boys get? How many marbles will be

left over?

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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Reading- Read a non- fiction book

for 30 minutes.

What are two new vocabulary words

you learned? Define each word.

Math-

24 students in Ms. LaRossa's class

Each collected 18 cans for recycling.

21 students in Mr. Fields' class

collected 25 cans. How many more

cans collected by Mr. Fields' class

than Ms. LaRossa's class?

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Friday, December 22nd -

Reading-

Complete the animal research task.

Math- Make your corrections and study for

your re-test on January 2nd.

Reminder....School reopens on Tuesday, January 2nd 2018

Have a safe and happy vacation !!!!! :-)

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Thursday, December 21st -

Reading / Science -

Read Science Studies Weekly Week 3. Make a

list of text features.

What is the main idea and 2 supporting

details of the article, "Wings, Beaks, Legs

Tails, and Feet?"

Get progress Reports signed

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Wednesday, December 20th-

Reading - Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. Explain how

the pictures or photographs helped you understand the

text. Use 2 details.

Math-

Write a multiplication word problem using 54 and 35

and solve.

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Tuesday, December 19th -

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. Make a list

of text features. How did they help you understand

the text?

Math-

Rebecca rode her bike 16 miles each day for

30 days. Neil rode his bike 25 miles for 28

days. Who rode farther? How much farther?

A music store sells 22 blue MP3 players at

$41 each. How much money can the store

make if they sell them all?

Get your science test and Goal setting

signed

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Monday, December 18th-

Reading-

Math-

Goal setting- Get your Goals notebook signed

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Friday, December 15th-

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Choose 5 words from the text

that you don't know and look up their definitions. Please

use them each in a well-written 4th grade sentence.

Math-

Please do Tuesday's Problems of the Night

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Thursday, December 14th-

No Homework tonight.

Read for 30 minutes

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Wednesday, December 13th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Please compare

and contrast your text. focus on characters,

or settings, or problems. Choose 1 area.

Math- Complete math sheet

Science- Study for science test tomorrow

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Tuesday, December 12th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. Who are the main characters of your text?

Could the characters exist in real life? Explain....

Math-

1. Henry Ford streamlines his assembly line to

make a model-T car in 93 minutes. How many

minutes did it take to make 25 model T cars?

Estimate and solve.

2. 3 times as many students take the bus as those

who walk. A total of 20 students walk or take the bus.

How many more students take the bus than walk

to school?

(Thursday is our movie trip)

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Monday, December 11th

Read for 30 minutes. Write about two or more things

that you learned about a character

or characters. (please include a introduction

and conclusion to your paragraph)

Math-

1. A toy company makes wooden blocks. A carton holds

85 blocks. How many blocks can 19 cartons hold?

2. Our town theatre has 28 rows of 38 seats

downstairs and 14 rows of 26 seats upstairs.

How many seats does our theatre have?

(Remember... Our class goes to the Holiday fair

in the library tomorrow morning!!!!)

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Friday, December 8th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

How did the story make you feel?

When have you felt like this in

real life?

Math -

Alex has 48 stickers. This is 6 times the

number of stickers Max has. How

many stickers does Max have?

Our choir needs new robes for each of our

singers. Each robe cost $32. What will be the

total cost of all 46 robes?

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Thursday, December 7th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Change the ending of the

chapter or text. Write a paragraph explaining why you

made the change.

Math-

Carol packs 12 jars of jam in a box. She has 40 boxes.

She has 542 jars of jam. How many jars of jam will

Carol have left when all the boxes are full?

Write 45,938,875 in expanded and word form.

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Wednesday, December 6th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. What is the main idea

for the text?

Math -

Animation for a computer drawn cartoon requires

about 20 frames per second. How many frames

are needed for a 35 second cartoon?

Review for math test tomorrow

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Tuesday, December 5th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Identify five or more

sensory words in your text. Do they improve

the story? Explain...

Math-

A basketball team scores an average of 62 points

in each of its 15 games. Based on the average,

how many points did the team score in all?

My snack booth made $76 selling popcorn in

one day. I made 22 times as much selling

cotton candy. How much money did I make

selling cotton candy?

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Monday, December 4th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Would you recommend the

book to another person? Use 2 details to explain

yes or no.

Math-

1. John reads for 25 minutes each night. How

many minutes does he read in a week?

in 30 days?

Social Studies -

According to the Iroquois, Who came up with

the Great Plan for Peace? Why was it created?

(explain in a paragraph)

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Friday, December 1st:

Read for 30 minutes. Create a new title for

the book. Use 2 details in a paragraph to

support the title.

Math-

1. Solve... Estimate and solve 1,325 x 2

2. 5 x 352. ________ 4 x 440

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Thursday, November 30th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

What is your favorite part of the chapter

or story.... Why? (Explain in a paragraph)

Math-

1- Kevin brought 30 packs of pencils. There are 10 pencils

in each pack. How many cards did Kenny buy?

2- My family opens our refrigerator door 20 times a day.

There are 31 days in May. How many times is the refrigerator

door opened during the month of May?

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Wednesday, November 29th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Compare and contrast the

theme of this book to the theme of another

book. Make a Venn diagram, then write your

response in a paragraph.

Math-

Monday, January 8, 2018

Reading- Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes.

Describe how a missing text feature

would have helped you understand the

text better.

(Don't copy... I wish the text

had more captions for the pictures.

That way, I may have understood the

material better)

Math- A bakery made 110 pumpkin muffins. They

will be packed in boxes with 8 muffins in each

box. About how many boxes will there be?

A hardware store has 25 boxes of nails. Each box

has 16 nails. How many nails are there

altogether?

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Thursday, January 4th. 2018

Hello to all of our families. We hope you all are doing well on

this snow day.

As for your homework.... if you’re reading this, then you’ve checked

in to find your homework. For doing this, your assignment has been

completed. Tell me the word, “shovel” tomorrow and you’ll win

a prize at the end of the day.

See you all in the morning :-)

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. Name

2 text features you found in your reading. How

did each one help you understand the text?

Math-

Kevin, Keith, John, and Mike collected 13

marbles. They want to share the marbles

equally. How many marbles will each of the

four boys get? How many marbles will be

left over?

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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Reading- Read a non- fiction book

for 30 minutes.

What are two new vocabulary words

you learned? Define each word.

Math-

24 students in Ms. LaRossa's class

Each collected 18 cans for recycling.

21 students in Mr. Fields' class

collected 25 cans. How many more

cans collected by Mr. Fields' class

than Ms. LaRossa's class?

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Friday, December 22nd -

Reading-

Complete the animal research task.

Math- Make your corrections and study for

your re-test on January 2nd.

Reminder....School reopens on Tuesday, January 2nd 2018

Have a safe and happy vacation !!!!! :-)

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Thursday, December 21st -

Reading / Science -

Read Science Studies Weekly Week 3. Make a

list of text features.

What is the main idea and 2 supporting

details of the article, "Wings, Beaks, Legs

Tails, and Feet?"

Get progress Reports signed

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Wednesday, December 20th-

Reading - Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. Explain how

the pictures or photographs helped you understand the

text. Use 2 details.

Math-

Write a multiplication word problem using 54 and 35

and solve.

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Tuesday, December 19th -

Reading-

Read a non-fiction book for 30 minutes. Make a list

of text features. How did they help you understand

the text?

Math-

Rebecca rode her bike 16 miles each day for

30 days. Neil rode his bike 25 miles for 28

days. Who rode farther? How much farther?

A music store sells 22 blue MP3 players at

$41 each. How much money can the store

make if they sell them all?

Get your science test and Goal setting

signed

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Monday, December 18th-

Reading-

Math-

Goal setting- Get your Goals notebook signed

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Friday, December 15th-

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Choose 5 words from the text

that you don't know and look up their definitions. Please

use them each in a well-written 4th grade sentence.

Math-

Please do Tuesday's Problems of the Night

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Thursday, December 14th-

No Homework tonight.

Read for 30 minutes

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Wednesday, December 13th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Please compare

and contrast your text. focus on characters,

or settings, or problems. Choose 1 area.

Math- Complete math sheet

Science- Study for science test tomorrow

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Tuesday, December 12th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. Who are the main characters of your text?

Could the characters exist in real life? Explain....

Math-

1. Henry Ford streamlines his assembly line to

make a model-T car in 93 minutes. How many

minutes did it take to make 25 model T cars?

Estimate and solve.

2. 3 times as many students take the bus as those

who walk. A total of 20 students walk or take the bus.

How many more students take the bus than walk

to school?

(Thursday is our movie trip)

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Monday, December 11th

Read for 30 minutes. Write about two or more things

that you learned about a character

or characters. (please include a introduction

and conclusion to your paragraph)

Math-

1. A toy company makes wooden blocks. A carton holds

85 blocks. How many blocks can 19 cartons hold?

2. Our town theatre has 28 rows of 38 seats

downstairs and 14 rows of 26 seats upstairs.

How many seats does our theatre have?

(Remember... Our class goes to the Holiday fair

in the library tomorrow morning!!!!)

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Friday, December 8th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

How did the story make you feel?

When have you felt like this in

real life?

Math -

Alex has 48 stickers. This is 6 times the

number of stickers Max has. How

many stickers does Max have?

Our choir needs new robes for each of our

singers. Each robe cost $32. What will be the

total cost of all 46 robes?

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Thursday, December 7th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Change the ending of the

chapter or text. Write a paragraph explaining why you

made the change.

Math-

Carol packs 12 jars of jam in a box. She has 40 boxes.

She has 542 jars of jam. How many jars of jam will

Carol have left when all the boxes are full?

Write 45,938,875 in expanded and word form.

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Wednesday, December 6th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. What is the main idea

for the text?

Math -

Animation for a computer drawn cartoon requires

about 20 frames per second. How many frames

are needed for a 35 second cartoon?

Review for math test tomorrow

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Tuesday, December 5th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Identify five or more

sensory words in your text. Do they improve

the story? Explain...

Math-

A basketball team scores an average of 62 points

in each of its 15 games. Based on the average,

how many points did the team score in all?

My snack booth made $76 selling popcorn in

one day. I made 22 times as much selling

cotton candy. How much money did I make

selling cotton candy?

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Monday, December 4th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Would you recommend the

book to another person? Use 2 details to explain

yes or no.

Math-

1. John reads for 25 minutes each night. How

many minutes does he read in a week?

in 30 days?

Social Studies -

According to the Iroquois, Who came up with

the Great Plan for Peace? Why was it created?

(explain in a paragraph)

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Friday, December 1st:

Read for 30 minutes. Create a new title for

the book. Use 2 details in a paragraph to

support the title.

Math-

1. Solve... Estimate and solve 1,325 x 2

2. 5 x 352. ________ 4 x 440

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Thursday, November 30th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

What is your favorite part of the chapter

or story.... Why? (Explain in a paragraph)

Math-

1- Kevin brought 30 packs of pencils. There are 10 pencils

in each pack. How many cards did Kenny buy?

2- My family opens our refrigerator door 20 times a day.

There are 31 days in May. How many times is the refrigerator

door opened during the month of May?

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Wednesday, November 29th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Compare and contrast the

theme of this book to the theme of another

book. Make a Venn diagram, then write your

response in a paragraph.

Math-

** 1.**

**The sum of two numbers is 31. The product of the two numbers is 150.**

What are the numbers?

What are the numbers

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Tuesday, November 28th

Reading.

Read for 30 minutes. What is the main idea of the chapter

or text. Use details to support your thinking.

Math -

1. A bagel shop sells 118 bagels in October and 3 times that

many in November. How many bagels did the shop sell

in November? How many bagels did it

sell in both months combined?

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Monday, November 27th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. What character traits are present in chapter or text?

Math-

1. Mr. K is buying 2 digital cameras for the yearbook club.

Each camera cost $235. What is the total price of the

cameras?

2. Kenny bought 20 packs of baseball cards. There are 12 cards in

each park. There are 12 cards in each park. How many cards did

Kenny buy?

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Homework for the Thanksgiving Break

Homework, Thanksgiving Break, 2017....

Math- See Math worksheet...

~ Problems of the Night

Reading - Have 3 people take a reading survey

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Tuesday, November 21st

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Has a character had a change

in his/her behavior. What was the change? Use 2 details.

1. Mr. Lee travels 162 miles each week for work. How far

does he travel in 4 weeks for work?

2. Savannah makes 18 gift baskets to sell in her store.

She puts 4 peaches in 10 of the baskets and 2 peaches

in the remaining baskets. How many peaches does

Savannah place in gift baskets?

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Monday, November 20th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Compare a character to a person you

know in real life.

Math- Estimate the problems by rounding. Find the exact product as well:

1. 4 x 90. 2. 5 x 5,503

Science-

Read pages 73-77 in your text. Write all the highlighted words and their definitions.

Answer questions 1,3,4, and 5 on page 77

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Friday, November 17th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Make a text to your self connection.

Use two supporting details.

Math-

1. Celia's horse runs at a speed of 43 feet per second. How far

does the horse run in 5 seconds?

2. Estimate then find the product: 95x4

Social

Studies- Page 57, questions 1 to 4

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Tuesday, November 28th

Reading.

Read for 30 minutes. What is the main idea of the chapter

or text. Use details to support your thinking.

Math -

1. A bagel shop sells 118 bagels in October and 3 times that

many in November. How many bagels did the shop sell

in November? How many bagels did it

sell in both months combined?

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Monday, November 27th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. What character traits are present in chapter or text?

Math-

1. Mr. K is buying 2 digital cameras for the yearbook club.

Each camera cost $235. What is the total price of the

cameras?

2. Kenny bought 20 packs of baseball cards. There are 12 cards in

each park. There are 12 cards in each park. How many cards did

Kenny buy?

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Homework for the Thanksgiving Break

Homework, Thanksgiving Break, 2017....

Math- See Math worksheet...

~ Problems of the Night

Reading - Have 3 people take a reading survey

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Tuesday, November 21st

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Has a character had a change

in his/her behavior. What was the change? Use 2 details.

1. Mr. Lee travels 162 miles each week for work. How far

does he travel in 4 weeks for work?

2. Savannah makes 18 gift baskets to sell in her store.

She puts 4 peaches in 10 of the baskets and 2 peaches

in the remaining baskets. How many peaches does

Savannah place in gift baskets?

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Monday, November 20th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Compare a character to a person you

know in real life.

Math- Estimate the problems by rounding. Find the exact product as well:

1. 4 x 90. 2. 5 x 5,503

Science-

Read pages 73-77 in your text. Write all the highlighted words and their definitions.

Answer questions 1,3,4, and 5 on page 77

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Friday, November 17th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Make a text to your self connection.

Use two supporting details.

Math-

1. Celia's horse runs at a speed of 43 feet per second. How far

does the horse run in 5 seconds?

2. Estimate then find the product: 95x4

Social

Studies- Page 57, questions 1 to 4

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**Thursday, November 16th**

No homework for Parent Conferences

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Wednesday, November 15th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. How has the character

changed? Use two supporting details.

Math-

1. Use an array to find 5x13. Draw a line to show the

distributive property.

2. East School collected 12,615 pounds of newspaper

to recycle. Central School collected 12,516 pounds

How many more pounds of newspaper did East

School collect than Central School.

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Tuesday, November 14th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. Does the setting remind you of

a familiar place? Explain...

Math-

1. Matt buys 5 packages of paper. There are 500 sheets of paper

in each package. How many sheets does Matt buy?

*** Reminder*** Parent /Teacher Conferences this Thursday.

Walking Trip.

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Monday, November 13th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. How would you change the

end of the story or chapter? Why?

Math -

1. How many tens are in 500?

2. Each car on a train has 200 seats. How many seats are on a train

with 8 cars?

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Friday, November 10th

Reading.

Read for 30 minutes. How does the setting effect the story? Use 2 details

in your response.

Math.

Make comparison multiplication problems

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Thursday, November 9th

Social Studies -

Focus Lesson Review Questions 1 to 7

page 49 of the text.

Math -

1. At the end of two halves of basketball, Sue scored a total of 35 points.

She scored 7 times as many points in the second half

as she did in the first. How many points did Sue score in the

first half?

(number sentence / comparison chart)

2. At the zoo, there are 3 times as many monkeys as lions.

I count a total of 24 monkeys and lions. How many monkeys

are there?

(make a comparison model)

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Wednesday, November 8th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

Describe the text or chapter in sequence (first, next, then, finally)

Math -

1. Alan is 28 years old. He is four times as old as his little

sister Lea. How old is Lea? (show a number sentence)

2. Write a comparison sentence about food that can

represented using the equation 12 = 4 x 3

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Monday, November 6th:

No homework for Parent Conferences

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Wednesday, November 15th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. How has the character

changed? Use two supporting details.

Math-

1. Use an array to find 5x13. Draw a line to show the

distributive property.

2. East School collected 12,615 pounds of newspaper

to recycle. Central School collected 12,516 pounds

How many more pounds of newspaper did East

School collect than Central School.

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Tuesday, November 14th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. Does the setting remind you of

a familiar place? Explain...

Math-

1. Matt buys 5 packages of paper. There are 500 sheets of paper

in each package. How many sheets does Matt buy?

*** Reminder*** Parent /Teacher Conferences this Thursday.

Walking Trip.

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Monday, November 13th

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. How would you change the

end of the story or chapter? Why?

Math -

1. How many tens are in 500?

2. Each car on a train has 200 seats. How many seats are on a train

with 8 cars?

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Friday, November 10th

Reading.

Read for 30 minutes. How does the setting effect the story? Use 2 details

in your response.

Math.

Make comparison multiplication problems

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Thursday, November 9th

Social Studies -

Focus Lesson Review Questions 1 to 7

page 49 of the text.

Math -

1. At the end of two halves of basketball, Sue scored a total of 35 points.

She scored 7 times as many points in the second half

as she did in the first. How many points did Sue score in the

first half?

(number sentence / comparison chart)

2. At the zoo, there are 3 times as many monkeys as lions.

I count a total of 24 monkeys and lions. How many monkeys

are there?

(make a comparison model)

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Wednesday, November 8th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

Describe the text or chapter in sequence (first, next, then, finally)

Math -

1. Alan is 28 years old. He is four times as old as his little

sister Lea. How old is Lea? (show a number sentence)

2. Write a comparison sentence about food that can

represented using the equation 12 = 4 x 3

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Monday, November 6th:

**Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Write about something that you**

learned about a character? Use details from the text.

learned about a character? Use details from the text.

**Math- Get your math tests signed**

**1. Carly has 9 pennies. Jack has 4 times as many pennies**

as Carly. How many pennies does Jack have?

(draw a model and write an equation)

2. Luca has 72 baseball cards. This is 8 times as many cards

as Will has. How many cards does will have?

(draw a model and write an equation)

Science-

Study your notes and your study guide for Wednesday's test

as Carly. How many pennies does Jack have?

(draw a model and write an equation)

2. Luca has 72 baseball cards. This is 8 times as many cards

as Will has. How many cards does will have?

(draw a model and write an equation)

Science-

Study your notes and your study guide for Wednesday's test

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**Friday, November 3rd:**

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. describe the setting of the text. Use two details.

Please study your notes and study guides

for science and social studies.

Social Studies test on Monday

Science test on Wednesday

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. describe the setting of the text. Use two details.

Please study your notes and study guides

for science and social studies.

Social Studies test on Monday

Science test on Wednesday

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**Thursday, November 2nd**

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Math -

1. Brady had a card collection with 64 basketball cards,

32 football cards, and 24 baseball cards. He wants to

arrange the cards in equal piles with one type of card

in each pile. How many cards will be in each pile?

Math Text book- Complete Practice Test, pages 317-322

Reminder: Study, study, STUDY!!! your math review sheet and practice

test pages for Chapter 5 test tomorrow!!!

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Math -

1. Brady had a card collection with 64 basketball cards,

32 football cards, and 24 baseball cards. He wants to

arrange the cards in equal piles with one type of card

in each pile. How many cards will be in each pile?

Math Text book- Complete Practice Test, pages 317-322

Reminder: Study, study, STUDY!!! your math review sheet and practice

test pages for Chapter 5 test tomorrow!!!

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**WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2017**

READING - WHAT IS THE GENRE OF THE BOOK? USE 2 DETAILS TO SUPPORT YOUR RESPONSE.

MATH- PROBLEMS OF THE NIGHT -

1. What are the next two terms in the pattern?

2,4,8,16, _, _ Explain the rule of the pattern.

2. Make up a word problem about the fall. Solve and explain.

Get your RAZ kids information form signed

Goal Setting Notebook signed

READING - WHAT IS THE GENRE OF THE BOOK? USE 2 DETAILS TO SUPPORT YOUR RESPONSE.

MATH- PROBLEMS OF THE NIGHT -

1. What are the next two terms in the pattern?

2,4,8,16, _, _ Explain the rule of the pattern.

2. Make up a word problem about the fall. Solve and explain.

Get your RAZ kids information form signed

Goal Setting Notebook signed

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**Tuesday, October 31st**

**Reading -**

Read for 30 minutes. Describe the main character. Use two supporting details.

Read for 30 minutes. Describe the main character. Use two supporting details.

**Math-**

1. Amina is saving for her trip to the Bronx Zoo. She started with $24 in her savings

account. Each week she adds $7 dollars. How much money will Amina have saved after

8 weeks?

2. Sam says that the number 25 is a prime number. Is he correct? Explain using words????

and numbers.

1. Amina is saving for her trip to the Bronx Zoo. She started with $24 in her savings

account. Each week she adds $7 dollars. How much money will Amina have saved after

8 weeks?

2. Sam says that the number 25 is a prime number. Is he correct? Explain using words????

and numbers.

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**Monday, October 30th**

**Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Why do you think the author wrote this story? Explain...**

Math -

1. Kai wrote the number 85 on the board. Is 85 prime or composite.

Explain...

2. What number is a common multiple of 5 and 9?

Science - Choose an ecosystem (pages A44-A45) Tell what communities,

populations, andd habitats you would find in that ecosystem.

Math -

1. Kai wrote the number 85 on the board. Is 85 prime or composite.

Explain...

2. What number is a common multiple of 5 and 9?

Science - Choose an ecosystem (pages A44-A45) Tell what communities,

populations, andd habitats you would find in that ecosystem.

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**Friday, October 27th**

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. Quote a sentence from the story. Explain why the quote is

important to the story.

Reading-

Read for 30 minutes. Quote a sentence from the story. Explain why the quote is

important to the story.

**Math-**

**Ken paid $12 for two magazines. The cost of each magazine was a multiple of $3. What are the possible prices of the magazines?****Compare 182,376,928 and 197,875,819**

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Thursday, October 26th

Reading -

Read for 30 minutes. What point of view is the story being told?

Math -

1. Make a t-chart of prime and composite numbers

2. Jayda is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white

bead, then 3 blue beads, then a white bead, and so

on. Write the numbers for the first 8 beads that are

white.

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Wednesday, October 25th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Write a summary of what you read

Math -

1. Bob's sled shop rents 4,000 sleds each month. How many

sleds does the store rent in 6 months?

2. List the first ten multiples of 6

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Tuesday, October 24th:

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Monday, October 23rd:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Did a character change during the story?

what was the change? Use details from

your text.

Math- Toy animals are sold in sets of 4, 6, 10, and 12. Debrah wants to make

a dis play with 6 animals in each row. Which sets could she buy,

if she wants to display all the animals?

Of the numbers listed below, which is NOT multiples of 5?

67, 15, 24, 30, 18, 12, 35... Explain how you know

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Friday, October 20th

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Thursday, October 19th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a short narrative about our trip to the

Bronx zoo.

(If your not going)

Write a narrative about a favorite

school trip that you've attended.

Thursday, October 26th

Reading -

Read for 30 minutes. What point of view is the story being told?

Math -

1. Make a t-chart of prime and composite numbers

2. Jayda is making a bead necklace. She strings 1 white

bead, then 3 blue beads, then a white bead, and so

on. Write the numbers for the first 8 beads that are

white.

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Wednesday, October 25th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Write a summary of what you read

Math -

1. Bob's sled shop rents 4,000 sleds each month. How many

sleds does the store rent in 6 months?

2. List the first ten multiples of 6

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Tuesday, October 24th:

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Monday, October 23rd:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Did a character change during the story?

what was the change? Use details from

your text.

Math- Toy animals are sold in sets of 4, 6, 10, and 12. Debrah wants to make

a dis play with 6 animals in each row. Which sets could she buy,

if she wants to display all the animals?

Of the numbers listed below, which is NOT multiples of 5?

67, 15, 24, 30, 18, 12, 35... Explain how you know

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Friday, October 20th

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Thursday, October 19th:

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes.

Write a short narrative about our trip to the

Bronx zoo.

(If your not going)

Write a narrative about a favorite

school trip that you've attended.

**Math -**

1. List the factors of 30 in the

order from least to greatest.

2. make up a math story problem involving

a field trip (any strategy you want)

1. List the factors of 30 in the

order from least to greatest.

2. make up a math story problem involving

a field trip (any strategy you want)

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**Wednesday, October 18th:**

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Write a summary of what you read.

Math -

1. Ken paid $12 for two magazines. The cost of each magazine was a

multiple of $3. What are the possible prices of the magazines?

2. Compare 182,376,928 and 197,875,819

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Students have been asked to wear something pink in support of breast cancer

awareness tomorrow, Wednesday, October 18th.

Tuesday, October 17th:

Reading

- Read a book for 30 minutes. What genre is the book you read?

Be specific. How do you know? Use 2 details to support your

answer.

Math -

1. Toy animals are sold in sets of 3,5,10, and 12. I want to make a

display with 3 animals in each row. Which sets should I buy, if

I want to display all the animals?

2. What is the value of the 4 in 837,472?

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Monday, October 16th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. In a paragraph, compare

this story to another story that you've

read.

Math - 1. Natalia has 48 tiles. Write a factor pair for the

number 48. Explain using words, pictures, or

numbers.

2. List all the factors of 24

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Friday, October 13th;

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Describe the setting of the

story in a couple of sentences. Remember to use

a lot of adjectives.

Math -

Caden made a four-digit number with a 5 in the thousands place,

a 5 in the ones place, a 6 in the tens place,

and a 4 in the hundreds place. What is his number?

Mike has a collection of coins:

30 pennies, 24 quarters, and 36 nickels.

He wants to arrange the coins into rows.

Each row will have the same number

of coins, and all the coins in each row will be the same.

How many coins can be put into each row?

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Thursday, October 12th:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Quote one important sentence from the text.

Explain why this sentence is important to the rest of the story?

Math- Study your notebook for tomorrow's chapter 1 test.

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Wednesday, Oct 11th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. What are two new vocabulary words you learned

from the book? Define each one and use each one in a sentence.

Math - A car wash cleaned 97,612 cars in 2010, and 134,268 cars in 2011. What

is the total number of cars washed in 2010 and 2011?

Ellen's city has a population of of 45,728. What is 45,728 rounded to the

nearest thousand?

Study for friday's test

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Tuesday, October 10th

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. Did the character change from

the beginning of the story to the end? Explain how he/she

did or did not change using 2 supporting details.

Math -

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Homework, Friday - October 6th

Reading - read for 30 minutes

Math -

A stadium on Pennsylvania seats 107,282 people.

A stadium in Arizona seats 16,706 more people.

How many people does the

stadium in Arizona seat?

Chapter 1 test Friday, Oct 13

Social Studies -

Choose a region of New York. Write about its

landforms and natural resources.

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Thursday, October 5th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Compare that story with another story

that you've read before.

Soc. Studies - Study for tomorrow's quiz

Math - Problems of the Night

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Wednesday, October 4th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Pick 2 characters

describe them using a character trait for each.

Soc. Studies - Study worksheets

for Friday's quiz

math - Problems of the Night

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Tuesday, October 3rd

Reading - Read for 30 minutes

Social Studies - Fill in continents and oceans (worksheet)

Problems of the Night-

A large bookstore sold 100,956 books on Saturday

and 101,104 books on Sunday. How many books where

sold in total?

What is 3 9 _9 , 7 1 3 rounded to the underlined digit?

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HAPPY OCTOBER CLASS 4-305!!!!

Homework for Monday, October 2nd

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

Describe how this book is similar to another

book in two ways. Describe how this book is

different to another book in two ways.

Math- Problems of the Night

Last year the fourth grade collected 6,089 cans and

5,672 containers. How many aluminum cans and

plastic containers did the fourth grade collect in total?

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Friday, September 29th:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes. How does

the setting effect the story's plot?

Math- Find the sum of 687,526 + 251, 973

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Thursday, September 28th:

Reading - Reads a book for 30 minutes. What is the

theme. Use 2 details.

Math- 2,346,823

1. Round to the nearest ten thousand.

2. Round to the nearest hundred thousand.

Explain your thinking.

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Wednesday, Sept 27th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Choose

two new words. Write their definitions and use

each in a sentence.

Math- Problems of the Night

1. Find the sum of 738,901 and 162,389

2. Juneau has an area of 2,717 square

miles and Valdez has an area of 222

square miles. What is their combined

area?

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Tuesday, Sept 26th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

Math - Problems of the night

Tuesday, September 26th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Write a summary of what you read.

Math -

1. Ken paid $12 for two magazines. The cost of each magazine was a

multiple of $3. What are the possible prices of the magazines?

2. Compare 182,376,928 and 197,875,819

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Students have been asked to wear something pink in support of breast cancer

awareness tomorrow, Wednesday, October 18th.

Tuesday, October 17th:

Reading

- Read a book for 30 minutes. What genre is the book you read?

Be specific. How do you know? Use 2 details to support your

answer.

Math -

1. Toy animals are sold in sets of 3,5,10, and 12. I want to make a

display with 3 animals in each row. Which sets should I buy, if

I want to display all the animals?

2. What is the value of the 4 in 837,472?

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Monday, October 16th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. In a paragraph, compare

this story to another story that you've

read.

Math - 1. Natalia has 48 tiles. Write a factor pair for the

number 48. Explain using words, pictures, or

numbers.

2. List all the factors of 24

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Friday, October 13th;

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Describe the setting of the

story in a couple of sentences. Remember to use

a lot of adjectives.

Math -

Caden made a four-digit number with a 5 in the thousands place,

a 5 in the ones place, a 6 in the tens place,

and a 4 in the hundreds place. What is his number?

Mike has a collection of coins:

30 pennies, 24 quarters, and 36 nickels.

He wants to arrange the coins into rows.

Each row will have the same number

of coins, and all the coins in each row will be the same.

How many coins can be put into each row?

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Thursday, October 12th:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Quote one important sentence from the text.

Explain why this sentence is important to the rest of the story?

Math- Study your notebook for tomorrow's chapter 1 test.

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Wednesday, Oct 11th

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. What are two new vocabulary words you learned

from the book? Define each one and use each one in a sentence.

Math - A car wash cleaned 97,612 cars in 2010, and 134,268 cars in 2011. What

is the total number of cars washed in 2010 and 2011?

Ellen's city has a population of of 45,728. What is 45,728 rounded to the

nearest thousand?

Study for friday's test

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Tuesday, October 10th

Reading - Read a book for 30 minutes. Did the character change from

the beginning of the story to the end? Explain how he/she

did or did not change using 2 supporting details.

Math -

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Homework, Friday - October 6th

Reading - read for 30 minutes

Math -

A stadium on Pennsylvania seats 107,282 people.

A stadium in Arizona seats 16,706 more people.

How many people does the

stadium in Arizona seat?

Chapter 1 test Friday, Oct 13

Social Studies -

Choose a region of New York. Write about its

landforms and natural resources.

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Thursday, October 5th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes.

Compare that story with another story

that you've read before.

Soc. Studies - Study for tomorrow's quiz

Math - Problems of the Night

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Wednesday, October 4th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes. Pick 2 characters

describe them using a character trait for each.

Soc. Studies - Study worksheets

for Friday's quiz

math - Problems of the Night

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Tuesday, October 3rd

Reading - Read for 30 minutes

Social Studies - Fill in continents and oceans (worksheet)

Problems of the Night-

A large bookstore sold 100,956 books on Saturday

and 101,104 books on Sunday. How many books where

sold in total?

What is 3 9 _9 , 7 1 3 rounded to the underlined digit?

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HAPPY OCTOBER CLASS 4-305!!!!

Homework for Monday, October 2nd

Reading - Read for 30 minutes.

Describe how this book is similar to another

book in two ways. Describe how this book is

different to another book in two ways.

Math- Problems of the Night

Last year the fourth grade collected 6,089 cans and

5,672 containers. How many aluminum cans and

plastic containers did the fourth grade collect in total?

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Friday, September 29th:

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes. How does

the setting effect the story's plot?

Math- Find the sum of 687,526 + 251, 973

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Thursday, September 28th:

Reading - Reads a book for 30 minutes. What is the

theme. Use 2 details.

Math- 2,346,823

1. Round to the nearest ten thousand.

2. Round to the nearest hundred thousand.

Explain your thinking.

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Wednesday, Sept 27th:

Reading - Read for 30 minutes. Choose

two new words. Write their definitions and use

each in a sentence.

Math- Problems of the Night

1. Find the sum of 738,901 and 162,389

2. Juneau has an area of 2,717 square

miles and Valdez has an area of 222

square miles. What is their combined

area?

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Tuesday, Sept 26th

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

Math - Problems of the night

Tuesday, September 26th:

**The ice skating rink rented 238 pairs of ice**

**skates one weekend.What is 238 rounded**

**to the nearest hundred?**

**2. Compare the Numbers: Use >, <, or =**

**7 thousands, 8 hundreds________2,500 tens**

**476 thousands_______4 hundred thousands, 76 hundreds**

**Family Discussion Question:**

Ask people at home to discuss how they

demonstrated friendship today

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Monday, Sept 25th

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes. What examples

of courage cn you find in the text that you are

reading? Explain with at least 2 supporting

details.

September 25th

Ask people at home to discuss how they

demonstrated friendship today

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Monday, Sept 25th

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes. What examples

of courage cn you find in the text that you are

reading? Explain with at least 2 supporting

details.

September 25th

**Problems of the Night**

**Zachary’s school set a goal of collecting 12, 551 cans**

**of food each month of school.In the first 3 months his**

**school collected 12,250; 10,505; and 12,434 cans.Which**

**amount(s) does not meet the monthly goal?**

**2. Round to the place value of the underlined digit:**

45, _6 7 8 1 2_ 4, 2 5 4

**Wednesday, September 20th:**

Writing:

Write a personal narrative about how our class celebrated Peace Day. Use

transition words like ( first, later on, soon after, next, etc...)

Writing:

Write a personal narrative about how our class celebrated Peace Day. Use

transition words like ( first, later on, soon after, next, etc...)

**September 20th:**

**Problems**

**of the Night**

**1. The total land area in square miles of each of three states is shown below:**

Colorado: 103,718

New Mexico: 121,356

Arizona: 113,635

What is the order of the states from least to greatest total land area?

2. Bobby and Cheryl each rounded 745,829 to the nearest ten thousand.

Bobby wrote 750,000 and Cheryl wrote 740,000.

Who is correct? Explain

Colorado: 103,718

New Mexico: 121,356

Arizona: 113,635

What is the order of the states from least to greatest total land area?

2. Bobby and Cheryl each rounded 745,829 to the nearest ten thousand.

Bobby wrote 750,000 and Cheryl wrote 740,000.

Who is correct? Explain

** Enjoy your extended weekend :-)**

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Tuesday, September 19th

Reading:

Read a book for 30 minutes. Choose 2or more words that you don't know the meaning of

and list them.

Math:

Leah's car has 156,261 miles on the odometer. Casey's car has 165,002 miles on the odometer.

Mike's car has 145,384 miles on his odometer.

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Tuesday, September 19th

Reading:

Read a book for 30 minutes. Choose 2or more words that you don't know the meaning of

and list them.

Math:

Leah's car has 156,261 miles on the odometer. Casey's car has 165,002 miles on the odometer.

Mike's car has 145,384 miles on his odometer.

**Whose car has the most miles on their odometer?**

**What is 247,039 rounded to the nearest thousand?**

**Reminder.... Tomorrow is Peace DAY ! ! ! !**

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Homework for the Night for

Monday, September 18th

Math- (In your math notebook), create a 7 digit number. Write it in 3 forms:

Standard (number form), word form, and expanded form.

Also, practice reading it correctly.

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

(In your reading notebook)

What is the central message of the book? Use 2 supporting

details from the text.

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Homework for the Night for

Monday, September 18th

Math- (In your math notebook), create a 7 digit number. Write it in 3 forms:

Standard (number form), word form, and expanded form.

Also, practice reading it correctly.

Reading- Read a book for 30 minutes

(In your reading notebook)

What is the central message of the book? Use 2 supporting

details from the text.

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**Sept 15th**

**Problems of the Night:**

**Math:**

**Write 262,400 in word form and expanded form.**

**2. At a yearly fund-raising drive, the non-profit company’s**

**goal was to raise $55,500 each day. After two days, it had raised**

**$55,053 and $56,593. Which daily goal is less, and how do you**

**know?**

**Reading :**

Write about something that you learned about the Old lady after listening to

the story, " The Old Lady that Named Things"

Write about something that you learned about the Old lady after listening to

the story, " The Old Lady that Named Things"

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**Homework for Thursday, September 14th:**

Reading- Use details from the story, "A Bad Case of

Stripes" to describe Camilla Cream.

Social Studies- Identify and label the Earth's

continents and oceans.

Problems of the Night (September 14th)

1. Yvonne wrote the numbers sixteen thousand, nine hundred eighteen

and 64,704 on the board. Which of the numbers has a greater value

in the thousands place?

2. Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona had 651,028 visitors in July

2008 and 665,188 visitors in July 2009. In which year did the park

have more visitors during the month of July?

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Reading- Use details from the story, "A Bad Case of

Stripes" to describe Camilla Cream.

Social Studies- Identify and label the Earth's

continents and oceans.

Problems of the Night (September 14th)

1. Yvonne wrote the numbers sixteen thousand, nine hundred eighteen

and 64,704 on the board. Which of the numbers has a greater value

in the thousands place?

2. Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona had 651,028 visitors in July

2008 and 665,188 visitors in July 2009. In which year did the park

have more visitors during the month of July?

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Wednesday, Sept 13th:

Reading:

__Read a fiction book for 30 minutes__. While

Reading your book,

__pick two words that you don’t__

know the meaning of. Write the definition / meaning

of the word.

know the meaning of. Write the definition / meaning

of the word.

Math:

__Complete the problems of the night__

Problems of the night for (Sept. 13th)

- What is the value of the digit 4 in the number
- Read and write the number six hundred

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Tuesday, Sept. 12th:

Reading - Read a fiction book for 30 minutes.

Describe the central message using

at least 2 supporting details from the text.

Math-

Make the largest number possible

with the following digits:

3,9,5,8,7,1,4

Explain how you know it is the largest

number possible with those digits.

Return photo/video consent slip.

Return Jumpstart workbook.

(due Friday, Sept 15th)

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Monday, Sept 11th

Math:

2 word problems:

Reading- Read for 30 minutes

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**Important information for families:**

**take a look at the 4th grade syllabus for Sept and Oct:**

**SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER SYLLABUS GRADE 4**

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__READING__**Exploring Literature and Narrative Texts**

**Skills and Strategies:**

- Making Connections; Using Details and Examples; Summarize and Retell Events
- Identify Elements of Fiction (Character, Setting, Plot, Theme/Central Message)
- Compare and Contrast Themes, Point of View, and Genres in Literature

**STANDARDS**: CCSS

**ELA-Literacy RL .4.1 - RL4.10**

__WRITING__**Launching the Writers Workshop and Exploring Narrative Writing**

**Skills and Strategies:**

- Establishing the Writer’s Journal and Understanding the Writing Process
- Writing Narratives
- Responding to Literature and Finding Evidence

**STANDARDS:**

**CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.4.3**

**– W.4.10 and CCSS.ELA-Language L.4.1-L.4.6**

__MATHEMATICS__**Domains: (1) Number and Operations in Base 10: (2) Operations and Algebraic Thinking**

**Skills and Strategies:**

- Place Value, Addition, and Subtraction to One Million
- Multiply by 1-Digit Numbers; Multiply by 2-Digit Numbers

__STANDARDS:__**CCSS Math- 4.OA.1- 4.OA.5**and

**CCSS Math- 4.NBT.1 - 4.NBT.6**

__SOCIAL STUDIES__**Geography, The Land of New York and New York Early Peoples**

**Skills and Strategies:**

- Identifying New York Regions, Bodies of Water and Seasons
- Identifying New York Resources
- Reading a Map
- Identify New York First People and Native American groups

__SCIENCE__**The Living Environment**

**Skills and Strategies:**

Exploring and Investigating Animals and Plants in their Environment

__MAGNET STUDY__- THE BRONX**Introduction to The Bronx**

- Geography (bodies of water, landforms, resources)

- Using map skills to study past and present maps of The Bronx
- Peacebuilders