4th Grade / Week 8 / May 4-8

Read 20 minutes every day.  

Weekly Learning Goal: 

  • I can write a paragraph incorporating the different types of figurative language.  

Daily Writing Prompt:  

Choose one prompt EACH DAY and spend 15 minutes writing. You should have 5 or more sentences for each prompt! 

Watch the review videos on figurative language:  

Metaphor, Simile, Personification, Hyperbole | Figurative Language Lesson                             Idioms | Award Winning Teaching Video | What Is An Idiom? | Figurative Language

                         

 

  • Choose something in your house, write a paragraph about that object coming to life using personification.  

  • Write a one paragraph story from the perspective of an animal you choose. Use at least three similes.  

  • Write one paragraph about your best or worst day of school you have ever had. Use 3 hyperboles in your story.  

  • Choose an idiom. Describe the literal meaning of the idiom and the figurative meaning. Draw a picture for both.  

  • Describe what you can see out your window using three metaphors.  

 

Weekly Learning Goal: 

  • I can identify examples of figurative language 

Choice Activities: 

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Figurative Language

  • Watch the video of The BunyansWrite down three examples of figurative language you heard in the story.  

The Bunyans

 

  • Click on the link to access vocabulary Power Point. Complete your vocabulary notebook for lesson 27. Include word, definition, picture, synonym, and antonym.  

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  • Complete vocabulary and skill pages below 

 

  • Write about a book you read this week. What was the book about? What was your favorite part? Draw a picture to represent the book you read. Write 5 or more sentences.  

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Tschetter: ybp8420 

Wilger: pyl2826 (Remember it is “L” not 1) 

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Practice math facts daily for 10 minutes. Go to this link to play math fact games:Education.com | #1 Educational Site for Pre-K through 5  

Weekly Learning Goal: 

  • I can convert units of measurement

Choice Activities:

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  • Complete the Nearpod to learn about comparing customary units of length! Click on the link, then enter your name and get started!

  • Complete the Nearpod to learn about comparing metric units of length! Click on the link, then enter your name and get started!

  • Watch the review video on factors. 

Math Antics - Factoring

  • Then complete page 97 in your small math book

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Weekly Learning Goal: 

  • I can describe the three branches of government and their responsibilities. 

Choice Activities:

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  • Read pages 244-247 (see pages below)