Dear 4B Families,
I hope you all enjoyed the beautiful Mother’s Day Weekend and Happy Mother’s Day to all of our wonderful 4th grade moms. If you did not receive your special card, please check your child’s filer!
This Thursday the 16th is the Big Bake Sale!
All families are asked to send in some delicious treats to sell on Thursday. Students should bring their treats into the School Hall in the morning.There will be tables set up when you arrive. To start, please place the items on the back tables. Be sure to label all non-disposable bakeware etc. with your family name so that we can get all back to the right people. If the items you bring are truly nut free or gluten free please label them. We will place these items in a special spot. We will be organizing and pricing the items during set-up. If you will be helping out meet us in the school hall at 9:30 for set up—or anytime between 9:30 and 1:00. Thank you all in advance for both the baked goods and assistance! If you find yourself available last minute feel free to just show up—all are welcome! This is always such a fun event—
Book Fair dates: May 15th – May 22nd
Shopping hours: 3:00 – 4:00 (Wednesdays from 2:00 – 3:30)
NEW digital payment option: Book Fair eWallet!
Now your student can shop the Fair cash-free!
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We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair!
Talent Show on Friday, May 17th!
Flat Stanley Journals: The Journals are due next Wednesday, May 22nd. Be sure that the entries are checked over carefully and edited before they are turned in. The students should read each entry aloud–and do as much editing on their own as they can. If you need me to print any pictures, feel free to send them to me.
Mystery Book: All students should be reading their mystery books nightly. On Friday the students brought home a Book Report Planner sheet that is due by the 15th. I will be reviewing the expectations for both the book report and Flat Stanley project in class this Wednesday. Students should bring to school their mystery book on Wednesday.
Spelling: There will not be a spelling test this week, and the words for a test that will take place next Thursday the 23rd will come home with students on Monday.
Social Studies: The students have a test on WA regions this Tuesday. (Note, the date on the pdf is not correct. The test is Tuesday, May 14th) The students need to know the names and locations of the six regions of the state. They have a study sheet in their filer. Perfect spelling is not required, but it should be clear they know the name of each region.
Science: This week we will be reviewing the life cycle of paper. Learning the life cycle of a technology helps to recognize whether the technology is green, or good for the environment. The students will finish out the week making homemade recycled paper.
Math: We will be wrapping up our second chapter in fractions this week and moving into decimals. We are also reviewing and working with geometry skills and terms. I will give the students time to start their homework in class on Monday and Tuesday. I will have the students bring home their homework however for you to look over for accuracy. Thank you! There will not be math homework Wednesday night to give time for the bake sale.
- Math homework if not completed in class. Thank you for checking over your child’s work.
- Fresh bake sale goodies to school on Thursday morning
- Spelling test for Lesson 23 next Thursday May 23rd
- Flat Stanley due next Wednesday, May 22nd
- Mystery Book Report
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