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Back to School Night Educating our students…to achieve their maximum potential. Mrs. Maureen Gibson Grade 4 Tuesday September 16, 2014
Educating our students…to achieve their maximum potential.
Please fill out index card Or email me and then I can save your address Child’s Name Your email Any Concerns
Mon. Gym Tues. Computer Wed. Music Thurs. Art Fri. Gym Specials Suggested Supplies OLD CLEAN SOCK Please cover all Text books
Room 17 In our classroom there are many teachers who assist us through the week. Ms. Stansfield is here during Writing, Science, and Social Studies. Mrs. Tyburczy, Mrs. Dundas, and Ms. Longo are also here during Reading and Math. These teachers allow us to tailor small group instruction and differentiate instruction as needed.
Nurse/ Bathroom Cough drops will be kept in the classroom; if these are truly necessary please send a note with instructions as to how often your child may need them. Many children do not use them properly ! Too many Trips to Nurse Too many trips to the bathroom Water bottles are welcomed
Please send in only one type of treat Only Healthy treats Please see the RV Handbook We are a nut free classroom ! Celebrations
DAILY Come in Breakfast and Lunch order Schedule posted Independent Work Sport’s map HW board and website Awesome Efforts Library Buckets Tests Most weeks we will have Reading and a Spelling Test on Friday, frequent tests in Math Tests are posted on the website and on board Classroom
Homework is assigned Monday through Thursday. Homework is posted on my website everyday Although the HW is posted on the website I do require that the students also copy it into their planners. This organizational skill is important. Some assignments, such as Spelling, may be assigned as independent work. Homework is not graded as correct or incorrect but on completion. Students must read for 20 minutes every night; please sign their planners nightly and return on the 1 st school day of the new month. HOMEWORK
Fourth Grade The Great Mail Race Graphing Ocean Temperature at Sandy Hook NJ Class Trip Base Ball Unit and Day
Websites ThinkCentral Everydaymathonline StudyIsland Ten Marks Learn Zillion Passwords are or will be on the inside cover of their planner and links are on my website
Math Common Core Focus for Grades 3 -5 Multiplication and division of whole numbers and fractions - concepts, skills, and problem solving Fourth Grade Required Fluency Add/subtract within 1,000,000 Third grade Required Fluency Single-digit products and quotients (products by memory by end of grade) Add/subtract within 1000 Math WB illustrates on each Domain Page the shifts from third into 4 th and onto 5 th
RL4.1 Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text. RL3.1 Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers. Reading Literature Standard RL5.1 Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.