We will finish the year in Religion with a look at the the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy, a review of the seven Sacraments, and a look at the Liturgical Calendar.
In Math this month, we will use various types of measurement. We will learn to convert customary and metric units, to use the proper tools for the type of measurement, and to report our data in multiple ways.
This month, we will learn about the Simple Machines. We will learn how tools help us to decrease our amount of work and how force and friction are involved.
We had a great time on our field trip!
May 5: First Friday Mass 10:30
May 19: Trimester ends
May 19: Wear Pro Life t-shirts with regular uniform pants
May 22: Used uniform sale
May 25: Ascension Mass 10:30
May 26: Last day of School; Mass 8:30 at SJ Church; Early dismissal around 10:30
This month in Social Studies we are looking at the ways that industry and manufacturing grew after the Civil War and paved the way for growth in Pennsylvania that we still see today.
In Reading this month, we will read stories in which the characters are exploring the many creatures and aspects that make up our world. The students will use characters and setting to help determine the main idea and details of the story.
In English, we will use the writing process to publish both fiction and nonfiction works.
In Spelling, the students will learn to use the VCCCV and VV pattern, as well as the schwa sound to help determine where words can be divided into their various syllables.
Fourth grade's got talent! These ladies showed off their dancing and musical skills in the school talent show. Hats off to all of the incredible performers!
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