Friday: *No homework Special Notes: Listed below are the supplies that will be needed for fourth grade. Please have these items available by the beginning of the school year.
SUPPLIES: *1 pencil case (NO boxes please) *4 sharpened No. 2 pencils (NO pencil sharpeners please) *1 eraser *1 yellow highlighter *1 twelve inch ruler with both inch and centimeter markings *Crayons (24 or less; NO markers or Sharpies) *Glue: 1 small bottle of white glue and 2 glue sticks *1+ box of tissues to share *1+ container of wipes to share
Other Supplies: *Students will need one folder for each of the following classes: Music, Computer, Spanish, Library
*Students will also need a music bag in which to store their supplies. (Mrs. Pugliese collected and will redistribute the current students' tote bags. New students will need to supply one.)
*Art Supply List: Art supplies should be kept in an “art bag” for art class. Set of colored pencils 2 Black fine point sharpies Colored markers Journal Clorox wipes Large shirt for a smock. (Please no tie on aprons.)
We will finish up the year with a review of the Seven Sacraments.
In Math this month, we will learn about measurement. We will learn to convert customary and metric units, to use proper tools for various types of measurement, and to report our data in multiple ways.
In Science, we will look at at the special adaptations that plants and animals use to survive in various habitats.
This month, we will look at the role of government at the Federal, state, and local levels. We will also determine what the branches of government are and how we, as citizens, fit into them.
May 2: Creatures Great and Small presentation May 4: STAR testing May 11: Talent Show May 20: Shamrock Super Celebration May 26: Ascension May 27: Last day of school dismissal 11:45
In Reading this month, we will use inferences, cause and effect, and context clues to form predictions about author's purpose and theme. We will also learn how to use figurative language to make our writing more exciting. In English, we will use the writing process to publish both fiction and nonfiction works. In Spelling, we will look at possessives, compounds, and suffixes and the patterns that we use to spell them.