Many thanks again for the thoughtful gifts, edibles and holiday well-wishes.
Have a wonderful break, and a safe and happy New Year!
During our in-house Toymaker field trip, students built their own vehicles using the tools and materials provided, then used the investigative process to test which length of launching ruler would send their vehicles the longest distance. Hooray for science!
Happy Holidays, Fourth Grade Families!
I'm wishing everyone a holiday break filled with relaxation, quality time, and enjoyable activities!
No update during this coming week!
Our goal this week: Be a patient, cooperative group member as we build our coast ecosystem and village!
Some items in this Monday's take-home folder:
Sign and return: Pink weekly update (from last week)
Review and keep at home: box tops information and page, math fact tests, Titanic writing and art, science review, science quiz, math practice pages, 20 minutes / 20 days letters
Fantasy Book Report: An online copy of the packet, more information, and examples can be found on the project page of this website. Students should be finishing their books this week! Gravy group members are required to complete a short, additional writing piece. Directions for this are located in the back of the regular packet. This writing is optional for all other students.
CVES on the Web: Follow us on Twitter @CVES_cubs and Facebook www.facebook.com/CascadeViewES for the latest updates and photos of what’s happening at CVES!
Needed: White buttons (any size) for our Native American button blanket craft; every button counts so even if you just find one, please send it in! Thanks!
12/20 Pajama and movie day - great work reaching 100 cub cards!
12/18 Fantasy map due date
12/23-1/3 No school - holiday break
1/6 Classes resume
Coming Up This Week in Class: We are finishing and testing on our Math Topic 6 and parts of 7 on Multiplication (including multi-step problem solving and too little / too much information problem solving), starting our Storypath on the Northwest Coast Native Americans, making winter crafts to share with families, and celebrating 100 cub cards with a cozy PJ and movie day on Friday!
Weekly Specialist Rotation
Mon. - PE
Tues. - Coding
Wed. - Library
Thurs. - Music
Fri. - Rotating Specialists
Art 11:20-12:05: Sept 30 & Oct 1; Nov 18 & 19; Jan 13 & 14; March 23 & 24; April 27 & 28
To volunteer, use the class Signup
Contact: In our partnership to ensure success for your child, good communication is critical. Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the best way to reach me. I am also happy to make an appointment for a meeting or a phone call.
At-Home Reading: Students should be reading 20 minutes a night. Monthly reading logs should stay in students' binders, and will be checked every Tuesday. Two nights a week students may use Lexia as their 20 minutes of reading.