Monday: 9:20 Music
Wednesday: 9:20 PE
Thursday: 10 Music
Friday: 9:45 Library
Monday: 9:20 PE
Tuesday: 10 Music
Thursday: 9:20 PE
Here is a link to the Fourth Grade resources from the district.
Here are some menu options the fourth grade team has put together: Updated Week of 3/30
-Zearn: Revisit old modules, work at your own pace, and focus on completing lessons. We left off on Module 5 lesson 22 . Again, we are focusing on review so the goal should not be to get way ahead. This year, we have completed Modules 1, 2, 3, and are currently working through Module 5.
-Practice math facts: go to YouTube and find different songs to practice with, count by your most challenging fact, make or purchase flash cards (UpSparks is a brand of flashcards that can be found on Amazon).
-Create your own word problems: quiz your family members and have them create word problems for you. Make them relevant to your own life!
· Choose one Application Problem to complete. Be sure to use the Read, Draw, Write strategy.
· Teach someone a game we have played in class such as Multiplication War or Division War. Or create your own math game
-Read every day! Any genre, but something just right (not books that you know are too easy J).
-Research a topic using resources on MackinVIA you are curious about, then teach someone what you have learned (practice some of those note taking and synthesis strategies we have been working on!).
-Use Actively Learn (via Clever) to find short stories and articles to read.
· Read a short story, then create a story arc to the identify parts of the story (Hook/lead, problem, solution, setting, climax, etc.)
· Read a short story, then identify the theme or life lesson of the story; use details from the text to support your answer. Tumblebooks, Storylineonline, and Actively Learn (accessed through Clever) are good resources for short stories but not the only ones out there
Fiction Reading Responses: As a way to combine some reading and writing work, you can choose one of the questions below to journal about after reading. Or make up your own!
If you could meet any character from the book you are reading who would it be and why? What are 4 interview questions you would want to ask them?
What character traits does the main character have? What evidence do you have to prove that?
If you could meet the author of this book, what would you want to ask them?
Which character do you relate to the most and why?
-Make a journal entry about your day; think what was your favorite part of the day and why, what different things/activities did you do?
-Write a fantasy or realistic fiction story of your choice! Remember to use the writing process to plan, draft, revise and edit.
-Choose someone to write a letter to each day.
-Use the Washington State Tourism website to plan a trip in Washington. Where in Washington will you want to go once we’re done social-distancing?
-Complete a science experiment or activity. This website has a lot of ideas with clear instructions, most use basic materials.
Eureka Math Grade 4 Homepage
Mr. Kung Has Problems
Eureka Math homework help, Duane Habecker
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Your child should be reading at least 20 minutes each night. I usually give a math homework assignment 2 times per week. Please check students' planners for daily assignments