Homework

General Announcements for the 4th grade

Performance attire for the Spring Concert. Report to your homeroom at 6:30pm on Monday, April 28.

HOMEWORK FOR ART: Bring in an empty cereal box for the next art project. The box should be the size of a single cereal box not the oversized double box. If you have more than one please bring in extras for others.

Warm weather uniforms start Wednesday, April 23.

Boys’ hair should be trimmed so as not to touch their collars. Girls’ hair should be neatly groomed, also. Baseball or other hats, bandanas, and headbands decorated with big flowers, etc. may not be worn. Jewelry should be simple and not distracting. No body piercings are permitted, except pierced ears. Earrings should be no larger than 1 1/2 cm and without hoops. Cosmetics should be sheer or neutral. Clear or sheer nail polish or a French manicure may be worn. Extreme hair coloring and visible tattoos are not permitted. Students may only wear Spiritwear (no flannel pants) in place of their gym uniforms for physical education class.

For girls - khaki skort (with front and back panel), short-sleeved, banded-bottom, navy golf shirt with embroidered Mercy Shield logo, white or black athletic socks (just showing or to the ankle), Eastland Plainview brown oxford or Sperry tan (all solid, one color) docksiders.

For boys - short-sleeved, navy golf shirt with embroidered Mercy Shield logo, khaki pants or khaki walking shorts, white or black athletic socks (just showing or to the ankle), Eastland Plainview brown oxford (standard) or Sperry tan (all solid, one color) docksiders.


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Mrs. Guarini and Mr. Lee - Math and Religion 

April 23 - April 25

Monday - Spring Break

Tuesday - Spring Break

 
Wednesday - Math: Workbook p.153-154  Religion: Finish surprise for Mr. Lee


Thursday - Math:  Workbook p.155-156  


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Ms. McDugall / Mr. Lee - Language Arts


Homework: Week of April 7th-11th

Monday - Read Chapter 15 of The Watson's Go to Birmingham

Tuesday - Study for WS and Spelling Tests

Wednesday - Study for WS and Spelling Tests

Thursday - No Homework!

Friday - Enjoy your spring break!! :)


Spelling List (test on Thursday, April 10th)


1. village
2. cottage
3. bridge
4. fence
5. strange
6. chance
7. twice
8. cage
9. change
10. carriage
11. glance
12. ridge
13. manage
14. damage
15. since
16. marriage
17. edge
18. lodge
19. cabbage
20. dodge

Challenge Words:
1. fleece
2. fragrance
3. homage
4. fringe
5. excellence

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Mr. Sheng's Science and Social Studies Class
Week of April 23 - 25, 2014

Wednesday – Day 2

Science Homework: Read K’Nex.

Social Studies Homework: Read Chapter 10, Lesson 3. Chapter 10 test on Thursday, May 1. Quiz corrected and signed.

Thursday – Day 3

Science Homework: Reread K’Nex.

Social Studies Homework: Reread Chapter 10, Lesson 3.

Reading Olympics

Friday – Day 4

Science Homework: Read DSR.

Social Studies Homework: Work on float. Reread Chapter 10, Lesson 3. Quiz on Monday. Study for Chapter 10 test.


Parents, if a student (and you) are struggling with getting an assignment done for my classes, whether it be content area or because of technology, please sent me a note in the homework notebook or email and move on. We'll figure it out the next day.

Ongoing Science and Social Studies Tests and Projects:

Online Science Lab Book wiki here. How to videos here

STEM Inspiration

Science - Simple Machines will be assessed with a test on Wednesday, May 7. Use F78-89, DSR, K’Nex, Copybook, and Handouts.
When preparing for Science tests, use your textbook, copybook, study guide, outlines, handouts, flash cards and/or www.flashcardmachine.com. Study a little bit each day, as soon, as the test is announced. Refer to the half sheet glued in your copybook for additional tips as well.

Social Studies - Chapter 10 test on Thursday, May 1.

When preparing for Social Studies tests, use your textbook, workbook, copybook, study guide, outlines, quizzes, flash cards and/or www.flashcardmachine.com. Study a little bit each day, as soon, as the test is announced. Refer to the half sheet glued in your copybook for additional tips as well.

State and Territory Project due dates:

RESEARCH DUE: Friday, January 10, 2014
POWERPOINT DUE: Thursday, April 10, 2014
BROCHURE DUE: Friday, May 2, 2014
BLOG DUE: Friday, May 16, 2014
FLOAT DUE: Thursday, May 22, 2014

PROJECT PRESENTATION: Tuesday, May 27, 2014   

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Fourth Grade's Art Page

Music - Please click on the word Music to go to the Music Homework page.  Thank you.