Homework

Homework for week of  February 6, 2017
Important dates 
Thursday, February 9th - Re-registration forms are due for 2017-2018
Friday, February 10th - Sip and Paint Night 7 PM in the auditorium
Tuesday , February 14th Valentine's Day.  Casual dress down $2.00, Singing telegrams
Friday, February 17th - Little Bit of Luck Raffle Money is due
Monday, February 20th- Friday February 24th is Winter Recess no school.
Tuesday, February 28th Mardi Gras  Celebration  after lunch



Monday:
Math: Workbook pg 149-150
E.L.A: Sp
elling page 150

Tuesday: 

Math: Workbook pg 151-152
ELA: Study for spelling and vocabulary test  


Wednesday:
 
Math: workbook pg 153-154
Study for math test.


Thursday:
Math: 
ELA: Martin Luther King Jr. cold read

Important Dates and Notes:
Spelling and Vocabulary Test Wednesday, February15

Math Chapter 7 Test Thursday, February 16

A message from your class parents
The Parents' Association's Wishing for Spring Fling Night of Comedy is being held on Friday, March 10th in the school auditorium.
 It has been our school's tradition to have each class create a fabulous basket to be raffled off at ONE of our events. These baskets have become an important part of the Parents' Association's fundraising efforts and we're excited to make them a part of this fun event.
 We are  asking each student to contribute a suggested amount of $10 (or whatever you feel comfortable donating). With the money collected, we will create a basket with a theme specifically chosen by our class. How about a "Date Night" basket?
 All donations should be returned to Michele Quinn c/o Abby Quinn by Friday, February 17th. Thank you for your support and generosity!

Sincerely,
Michele and Benedetta



Spelling Words

rising
traced
stripped
slammed
dancing
striped
winning
snapping
bragging
handled
dripped
begged
dared
skipped
hitting
spotted
raced
dimmed
spinning
escaped
***********
urged
striving
whipped
breathing
quizzed


Vocabulary

Trembles - To shake.

 

Wreckage-The remains of something that has been wrecked.

 

Slab-A broad, flat, thick piece, as of bread, stone, or meat.

 

Possessions-Something that is owned; a belonging.

 

Tenement-An old apartment house that is badly maintained.

 

Crushing-To press, squeeze, or bear downon with enough force to break or injure.

 

Rubble-Broken or crumbled material, such as brick, that is left when a building falls down.

 

Debris-The scattered remains of something broken or destroyed.

 

Timbers-A long, heavy piece of wood for building; beam.

 

Constructed-To make by fitting parts together; build.



Go Math Textbook- Copy and paste
https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/math/hspmath/go_math_2012/na/gr4/se_9780547587868_/launch.html

Math Games

http://www.softschools.com/math/games/fractions_practice.jsp

http://www.abcya.com/fourth_grade_computers.htm

Math review 8.1

Math review 7.10

Math review 7.9

Math review 7.8

Math review 7.7


Math review 7.6



Math review 7.5



Math review 7.3

Math review 7.2

Math review 7.1









 

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