This week's goal: Try to raise $45 for the Walk-a-thon and start getting my purple ready.
Some items in tonight's Monday take-home folder:
Sign and return: Weekly Update, Reading Log, (optional) Individual Photo Order
Review and keep at home: Language quiz on verbs, language packet on verbs, math fact tests, Topic 1 Math Practice Packets, Undersea Art, Leaf Line Art
Walk-a-thon Packets: Went home on Friday and are due October 14th (but sooner is better!)
Individual Picture Day: for fourth grade is on Friday. Order forms went home today in the Monday folders and electronic copy is attached to this week's email.
Conference Schedule: is attached to this week's email. Please let me know as soon as possible if you need any changes.
October and November Volunteer Calendars: are attached to this week's email and also posted on our Class Resources page. THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS! Please let me know if you need changes to your days/times.
Mystery Book Reports: students should have their books approved by this Friday. More info is on the Mystery Book Report Project page.
Create-a-Country (Required for Gravy Group or Optional for All Students): Info and Ideas on the Create-a-Country Project page (note: this is primarily an independent project, with little or no help given at school).
10/4 Individual Picture day (Grades 3-5)
10/10 Walkathon (PTSA) Get your PURPLE ready!! 4th graders wear as much PURPLE as possible!
10/11 Create-a-Country due
10/14 Return walk-a-thon fundraising envelopes (sooner is better!)
10/25 Fall Festival (PTSA)
10/30 Mystery Book Report due
11/11 No School - Veterans Day
11/21 Individual Picture Re-takes
11/22-27 Parent Conferences
11/28-29 No School - Thanksgiving Holiday
Coming Up This Week in Class: We'll be completing our map skills review, starting our Washington Desk Map projects, improving reading fluency as we practice Readers Theater parts,taking our first Math Topic test of the Year: Multiplication and Division Meanings and Facts, launching walk-to-math with Math Topic 2: Generate and Analyze Patterns, and exploring adjectives through Language, Writing, and Art!