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Nonfiction text structure chart .pdf
Realistic Fiction Writing prompts.pdf
week 3 Eureka math.pdf
Reading Comprehension Questions .pdf
story elements poster..docx
week one Eureka homework.pdf
week one paragraph editing.pdf
long division cheat sheet.docx
week one cubes .pdf
CER Reading Response.docx
Ela week one.pdf
paragraph editing correction sheet.pdf
To access Clever: search "issaquah clever" and then long in.
www.Zearn.org - aligned with Eureka math curriculum
www.multiplication.com - for practicing +/-/x/÷ fact fluency
greatminds.org this is our math curriculum site. currently on module 5
www.Activelylearn.com - fiction and nonfiction with quizzes
Newsela.com - nonfiction and editorial news articles for kids
Tumblebooks Extra Reading Practice - fiction and storybooks
Students who need extra writing practice are encouraged to keep a notebook at home, and
practice writing on a daily or weekly basis.They can do so in the genre we are working on in class,
or just work on writing about something they find interesting. Writers become better writers by writing!
In addition, having students type a story can help build their typing skills as well as their skills in writing.
Summer Learning Options (003).pdf
4th Grade Weekly Learning (Week 9).pdf
premoe week 10.docx
4th Grade Weekly Learning (Week 8.docx
4th Grade Weekly Learning (Week 7).docx
4th Grade Weekly Learning (Week 6) Premoe.docxweek 5 ENL Premoe.docx
4th Grade Weekly Learning week of 20th pdf.pdf
4th Grade Weekly Learning (Week 3) premoe final .pdf
4th Grade Weekly Learning (Week 4).docx
4th Grade Weekly Learning (Week 2).pdf
Week of April 6-10th Week three
Do these or any of the activities that have been posted over the last three weeks. J
Math: Focus on: comparing fractions
Eureka homework: – Module 5 lesson 12-14
Zearn: Do one lesson a day. Use clever to log in.
Reading – Read every day!
Lexia Pre-assessment (See email)
April ELA Packet
Non-fiction text structure hunt. Using Epic books or books at home search and see if you can identify an example of the types of text structure. After you have found a type of structure write or talk about how you know it is that type of text structure. I will attach a chart that has more information on text structure.
Writing-Realistic fiction writing.
This week we are going to focuses on realistic fiction writing. In the documents you will find a list of realistic writing prompts. Please choose one and spend this week working on a piece of writing. IF you write this on Office 365, please share with me! Can’t wait to read your stories J
Remember a realistic fiction price has/ is:
o Could happen but has not happened yet
o Has a problem and solution
o Has characters with diverse character traits.
o Has a realistic setting
To Plan think about using:
o Story Arch
o Story map (pictures or words)
o Character trait charts
o Any other way that works with your brain.
On actively learn you will find six articles about Washington State Tribes. Have your student pick a few and answer the questions during each reading. In addition they can do a few things with the information. Here are a few ideas
Here are some of my other favorite resources we use in the classroom!
Brains on Podcast- a great family friendly podcast covering many different topics!
Epic books: Free for all during this time! Class code is Map6099
Storylineonline- This is a great read aloud website!
Brainpop: they can access this though clever and watch so many educational videos on a variety
Common core sheets: This is a website full of common core related worksheets that you can use for extra practice.
Week two learning plan
March 30th- April 4th
Please pick and choose the options that work the best for you J
Eureka Homework: Module 3 lesson 9-10
Zearn: Do one lesson a day. Use clever to log in.
Focus: Fiction- Story Elements
This week, students can choose a fiction story/book to read and work on identifying and documenting a variety of story elements. Story elements are the parts that make a story complete (character, problem/solution, setting, etc.). I have provided a few different ways that students can complete this work to help meet your needs as a family There is a copy of the story elements in the document section of my website.
Responses could be:
· Typed on Office 365 (Word) and shared with Mrs. Premoe (Remember to change the document to include your name and the task—ex: Mrs. Premoe Non-fiction response)
· Printed and done on paper (you are free to take a picture and email to Mrs. Premoe
· Any other creative strategy you can think of J
ELA – On my website will be the ELA packet for the whole month of April. Feel free to print it out and use it daily!
Read- Read daily! Talk or write about what you are reading J
1) Daily paragraph editing: Do one or two paragraphs a day.
2) There are two writing prompts please choose one to work on this week. IF you write this on Office 365, please share with me!
Writing prompt 1:
Pick and research any one animal using Epic or other websites. After you have researched this animal, please plan and write an opinion paper about how this is the best animal in the world. Don’t forget to have three reasons with an introduction and a conclusion. I can’t wait to hear your opinions!
Start a daily journal about what's happening in your life right now. Pay specific attention to the feelings that you might be having about this experience. Start to notice seed ideas for writing a persuasive letter or opinion article on something that feels important to you. Say to yourself, "What do I think about this?"
If you are doing an opinion paper please make sure you are following correct format. Introduction, conclusion, three body paragraphs each talking about a specific reason with evidence. Please email me if you want me to help you revise and edit.
Option one :
Research Question: Pick one and research to find the answer. Pick a way to present what you have learned. You can make a power point, do a CER, make a poster, write a paper or choose a way that works for your brain. If none of these questions are really exciting to you then you may think of new question and email it to me.
1. Is Slime a solid liquid or gas?
2. Is Jell-O a solid liquid or gas?
3. Is whip cream a solid liquid or gas?
4. How do things change their matter states?
Your child has been sent one articles to read on Actively Learn. Please have your child read and type their answers.
Accessing the articles:
-Log into Clever (https://clever.com/in/issaquah/) *Please email me if you do not have your child’s login/password*
-Click on the ‘Actively Learn’ Tab.
-Throughout the week, read and type responses Banana plant extract can slow how fast ice cream melts
District Resources (will be updated weekly)—includes ideas and links for all content areas: https://wakelet.com/@ISDTLS411
- Brains on Podcast- a great family friendly podcast covering many different topics!
- Epic books: Free for all during this time! Class code is Map6099
- Storylineonline- This is a great read aloud website!
- Brainpop: they can access this though clever and watch so many educational videos on a variety of topics.
- Common core sheets: This is a website full of common core related worksheets that you can use for extra practice. They are separated by subject and grade level so you can practice right at your level.
Week of March 23-27
Please choose a few of these options there's more then a weeks worth of work here!
Homework pages - Focus on: Long Division
Reading comprehension questions: These are questions for parents to ask students daily as they read. Students can write the answer or just have a conversation about it.
Two reading responses with CER format. As you read stop and pick a questions form the reading response questions and answer it in a CER format.
ELA Packet: Do one or two a day.
Daily paragraph editing: Do one or two paragraphs a day.
There are two writing prompts please choose one to work on this week. IF you write this on Office 365, please share with me!