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Weekly Assignments

Week of April 30- May 4  


Field trip- Wednesday, May 16th total is $8.50---This is due Friday, May 4!

MAAP Testing Schedule was sent home. Please make sure you know the schedule since there are several changes.



Math: Chapter 14 -  Geometry

Students will:

*draw points, lines, line segments, and rays and identify these in two-dimensional figures

*draw parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines and identify these in two-dimensional figures

*understand concepts of angles and angle measurement

*use concepts of angle measurement to classify angles

*use the protractor to measure angles to the nearest degree

*use the protractor to draw angles of a specified measure

*solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles on a diagram in real-world and mathematical situations

*classify triangles based on angle measure and describe triangles using their attributes

*classify quadrilaterals using their attributes

*identify figures with line symmetry and draw lines of symmetry




Tuesday: none

Wednesday: none

Thursday: NONE

Friday: NONE




 At the beginning of each chapter, students will receive a family letter that will give you an overview of the chapter concepts and various strategies that will be used in class. 

Please continue to practice basic addition and multiplication facts. Students who can recall from memory basic addition facts are much more successful. Helping your child memorize these facts, rather than counting on fingers, will be most beneficial. Also, fourth graders are expected to have basic multiplication facts committed to memory.  We have started weekly Timed Fluency and those are every Thursday. We are working on 100 problems.




 We watch several instructional videos from and as well as This requires listening skills as well as provides students an interesting video on topics we are learning about. Feel free to have your child watch videos on these sites. We often take quizzes on the videos after we have viewed and discussed them several times.


Life Cycles

Students will:

*demonstrate an understanding of life cycles, including familiar plants and animals

*compare and contrast life cycles of familiar plants and animals

*develop and use models to explain the unique and diverse life cycles of organisms other than humans.(flowering plants, frogs, or butterflies)