4th Grade / Week 9 / May 11-15

Read 20 minutes every day.  

Weekly Learning Goal: 

  • I can write a paragraph with five sentences, capital letters, and punctuation  

Daily Writing Prompt:  

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

  • Write a letter to a student who will be in fourth grade next year. What advice do they need? What was the part of fourth grade? What was the worst part of fourth grade? What will you miss?  

  • What do you hope to do this summer? Where do you want to go? Who do you want to spend time with?  

  • What are you looking forward to in fifth grade? What are you nervous or scared about in fifth grade? What do you hope you learn?  

  • What is your favorite memory from this year? What happened? Who was there? Why is it your favorite?  

  • Write a letter to your teacher. Tell them everything you loved about fourth grade, what you didn’t like, and why you will miss them! 

 

Weekly Learning Goal: 

  • I can identify and create examples of figurative language.

Choice Activities: 

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*Watch the video of the focus skill of the week.*  

Figurative Language Week 2

  • Watch the video for My Dog is As Smelly as a Dirty Sock.  Write 4 similes or metaphors about yourself. 

My Dog Is As Smelly As Dirty Socks by Hanoch Piven

 

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

Microsoft PowerPoint Overview: Tech Resources

 

  • 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.  

Links: Click on the links for activities and resources for after you finish your assignments! 

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Grades 3-5

Stories to read for each day of Weeks 1, 2, 3, & 4

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English & Spanish titles available to read/listen to 

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Password: Clifford 

ABCya! • Learning Games and Apps for Kids

Educational games and activities to practice reading 

Epic! - Kids' Books and Videos on the App Store

Class Code: 

Hills: zqi3357 

Tschetter: ybp8420 

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

Squiggle Park - Apps on Google Play

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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 find the area and perimeter of a shape  

Choice Activities:

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  • Complete the Nearpod. After clicking the link type in your name and get started! Don’t forget to answer each question. 

  • Complete page 247 in your small math book. 

  • Complete page 249 in your small math book. 

  • Complete the math review page about multiples. 

    • Here’s a review video on multiples:  What are Multiples?

  • Complete the Kahoot. Remember to use your real name!  

    • Kahoot-icon | Robert Siarot PIN: 02956331  

Links: Click on the links for activities and resources for after you finish your assignments! 

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ABCya! • Learning Games and Apps for Kids

Educational games and activities to practice reading 

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Weekly Learning Goal: 

  • I can describe the economics of Nebraska 

Choice Activities:

We would love to help you or see the completed work! 

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  • Read pages 256-257, 260