Welcome to Fourth Grade!

This page has all info and assignments for your 4th grader – English, Math and Science.

HELLO SEPTEMBER!!

Please keep us posted if your child will be out or if afternoon pick-up plans change.

Bring a healthy snack–no peanuts, Water or juice rather than soda, may want to send two snacks.

Bring a light jacket–can be hot or cold in some rooms.

Art will be Thursday–starting the first day. Check the website for Art Homework

Encourage your student to talk and meet to our new friends while catching up with our Faith friends. We want everyone to have a great new year.

 

2017-2018

We like for our kids to arrive after 8:15 but we don’t start our tutorial day until 8:30 am. That gives them time to visit and get ready for our day. They love their friends. We dismiss at 12:15 but please plan to arrive no later than 12:10.

We want to get to know you so please in the next weeks introduce yourself to us. It sometimes takes us a little time to get our kids connected to their parents.

 

 

 

LAST  YEARS SERVICE PROJECT
November/ December Service Project— “CANSTRUCTION” involving 4th, 5th and 6th grades. Pushing 100% Participation. Thankful for all of your hard work and generosity to help make Canstruction a success!
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Daily Schedule

Tuesday                                                       Thursday

 8:30 – 9:40      Science                                     8:30 – 9:20     Art
9:40 – 9:50      Snack                                        9:25 – 10:15   English
9:50 – 11:00    English                                    10:15 – 10:25   Snack
11:05 – 12:15  Math                                        10:30 – 11:20   Science
XXX                                                                11:25 – 12:15   Math

Fall 2016 4th Grade Agenda (tentative)» 

ENGLISH    |    MATH    |    SCIENCE

English Agenda 

 

To the 2017-2018 4th grade students: August 10, 2017 is coming soon and I am excited to meet you all!  Don’t forget to bring all your supplies labeled with your name.  Also, be sure to have your novel with you the first day as well (4th-The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe). On the first day of school, we will spend some time getting to know each other, getting organized with books and materials, and learning about what my guidelines for the year will be for our class. Make sure sure you bring a composition notebook on the first day of school! They have some at Kroger for 50 cents! Meet Mrs. Tilleros

Fall 4th agenda 2017 new copy

Arms revise

Proofread COPS

Narnia DQ

This year at Faith, I hope to help your child be organized and more responsible with classwork, homework, projects, and time. My hope is that you will help your child with these skills in the beginning but that soon they will gain ownership of most of the responsibility. Each day I will teach a grammar lesson and a writing lesson. On Tuesday, in addition to grammar and writing, we will discuss our novel. I will give homework in grammar and writing on Tuesday and Thursday. Our novel assignments will be given on Thursday so your child will have Friday-Tuesday to complete the reading and discussion questions. We will move along quickly in order to complete the curriculum. I will need your child to complete the work at home and for you to check the completed work to make sure your child’s practice is resulting in mastery of the new skill taught each week. *NOTICE! The homework workbook assignments need to be checked at home. I will check the classwork done on Tuesday and Thursday as well as the completed novel projects and final writing assignments. Please feel free to use the homework you check as another grade. Grammar tests will be given at Faith. In order for your child to participate in novel discussions, they will need to bring completed discussion questions to class on Tuesday each week. I will not grade these for correct answer but will take a grade on participation. Therefore, these are important to have completed. For the vocabulary portion of the discussion questions, please use merriam-webster.com. That way we will all have similar definitions.They will also serve as a study guide for the end of novel test. I will update the agenda each week so you will be aware of what we did in class. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or as needs arise. I will get back to you as soon as I can. My email is: faith.tutorial@yahoo.com

If you have any questions about English, please email Virgina Tilleros at faith.tutorial@yahoo.com.


Math Agenda –SEPTEMBER PLANS 

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Welcome to 4th grade Math!!

FOURTH  Grade in Math has a big focus on multiplying and dividing. We have settled into our routine. We are working great in class. We play games, work on the board and work in groups. In class, we review everyday and also work out problems together to build confidence with working all types of problems.  We have Math last in our tutorial day. It is so important to have all their school-homework completed each Tuesday and Thursday. Good habits are important for success.

Please contact me anytime. e-mail mom.3kids@charter.net

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September 5th–Tuesday–Video 3. In class–Lesson 3A and 3B: Quiz over lesson 2

9/6, Wednesday–Lesson 3C and 3D

9/7, Thursday–In class, Lesson 3E and 3F

9/8, Friday–Lesson 3G and Test 3 (Check test at home)

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9/11, Monday–Video 4, Review

9/12, Tuesday–In class, Quiz over Lesson 3: Lesson 4A and 4B

9/13, Wednesday–Lesson 4C and 4D

9/14, Thursday –In class, Lesson 4E and 4F

9/15, Friday–Lesson 4G and Test 4 (check test at home)

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9/18, Monday–Video 5, Review

9/19, Tuesday–In class, quiz over lesson 4: Lesson 5A and 5B

9/20, Wednesday–Lesson 5C and 5D

9/21, Thursday–In class, Lesson 5E and 5F

9/22, Friday–Lesson 5G and Test 5 (check at home)

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9/25, Monday–Video 6, Review

9/26, Tuesday–In class, Quiz over lesson 5: Lesson 6A and 6B

9/27, Wednesday–lesson 6C and 6D

9/28, Thursday–In class, Lesson 6E and 6F

9/29, Friday–Lesson 6G and Test 6 ( check at home)

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Thanks for all you do!!!

Meet Mrs.Michelle –click here—..2017-teacher-letter-final-draft (2)

Questions about Math–click here—… 2016 Questions and Answers for Math u see

 Mrs. Michelle

If you have any questions about Math, please email Michelle McFarland at mom.3kids@charter.net.


Science

I am SO excited that I get to teach 4th Grade Science again this year! We will have a great time and learn tons! Along with information we will study from your textbooks and Activity Manuals, we will be doing several hands-on activities! The Scientific Method will be used often in class. We will begin talking about the steps involved in the Scientific Method on the first day of school!

Students are responsible for being prepared for class. Just a few ways that you can be prepared:

1.  Be on time! Class begins as 8:30 a.m.
2.  Always bring your textbook, Activity Manual, binder (with agenda/planner), pencils, etc.
3.  Always complete any homework that has been assigned. Each night, I will assign pages to read in your textbook and Activity Manual pages to complete. There will be quizzes  to study for as well.
4. Always ask for help! That is what I am here for! My email address is denisetucker6@gmail.com or you can text me at 731-217-2268.

Homework

Bug Collection due Tuesday, Sept. 26. Students have the information they need to complete it!

Thursday, Sept. 7 – Read p. 46-49 and complete AM 39-40
Tuesday, Sept. 12 – Study for Quiz over p. 46-49
Thursday, Sept. 14 – Study for Ch. 2 test scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 19
Tuesday, Sept. 19 – Read p. 52-55 and complete AM 42
Thursday, Sept. 21 – Bug collection due on Tuesday. Be ready for quiz over p. 52-55.
Tuesday, Sept. 26 – Read p. 56-58 and complete AM 43-44. Bring a fruit on Tuesday that has a seed/seeds.
Thursday, Sept. 28 – Read p. 60-62 and complete AM 49. Take care of pocket garden as directed.
Tuesday, Oct. 3 – Read p. 65-67 and complete AM 53. This is due on 10/17.
Thursday, Oct. 5 – Bring 10 leaves to school on Tuesday. When you pick them off the tree, put in your Science book to preserve
until Tuesday.
Tuesday, Oct. 10 – No homework

Meet Mrs. Denise Tucker 2017

 

If you have any questions about Science, please email Denise Tucker at denisetucker6@gmail.com