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Teacher:  Miss Lynn Amaral

Aide: Ms. Andrea Botelho

 

CLASSROOM RULES:

  1. Treat everyone with respect
  2. Respect property.  Ask before touching.
  3. Raise your hand and ask permission.
  4. Stay in your seat except to get a tissue, throw something out, pass in work, use a pencil sharpener, or in an emergency.
  5. Emergencies are: bleeding, hurt(physical/mental), or sick.
  6. Do your best. Work and play safely.

Long-term Projects

Watch this space for project due dates and associated pdfs. Students are expected to put great effort into multi-week and trimester projects.

Documents

Student Handbook

Grade 4 Wish List

Items on this list are things that the class could use but are not in the budget. St. Stanislaus School is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. Any donations of items on this list are tax deductible.

 

Homework

 

JANUARY 14-18

 

 

 

MONDAY:

Prayer: The Angelus

Math: pp. 291-292 (10, 12, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22,23, 26, 29,)

ELA: p. 83 (6,8,10) Part B (12, 14)

Science: Invention Convention assignment

Spelling: Lesson 7 / Look, Cover, Write, and Check

TUESDAY: Spelling Lesson 7

Word-in-a Word (Students are to look at each spelling word, and on the right side of the paper, list the words one can find in a spelling word.

Math: pp. 290-291 (1,2, 3, 5, 15)

ELA: Helping Verbs worksheets 40 and 41

Prayer: The Angelus

 

 

WEDNESDAY: Science: Invention Convention

Prayer: The Angelus

Math: Dino Math and Multiplication Practice (2 x 1 digit)

Spelling: Break the Code/ Students are to select 10 spelling words. On the top of the paper, students should assign a symbol (such as a drawing or a number to each letter of the alphabet). Then students should write the spelling word using the code he/she designed. Tomorrow for Morning Work, students will trade papers with a friend, and break the code to solve each spelling puzzle.

 

 

Study the Angelus prayer

 

THURSDAY:

STUDY THE ANGELUS PRAYER

 

 

FRIDAY:

Per school policy, homework is not given on Fridays so that weekends can be devoted to God and family.

 

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