• April 30th information - Please see daily, nightly emails for all information on lessons. Go to Seesaw to access al llessons and materials going forward. 

     

    Reading:

    Overview:  You will be reading and/or listening to Chapters 5 and 6 in Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 29th- Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief Read Along Chapters 5 and 6” or  “April 29th- Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief Chapters 5 and 6.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

    Also: Complete the Reading Scholastic News activity. Answer three questions. 

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be learning about the most important thing poem and writing your own poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 29th - Writing Poetry- Most Important Thing Poem.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     Also complete the writing with the idiom of the day. 

    Math: “Math April 29: Weight Conversions”- Seesaw Name

    Overview: Units of Weight                    

    Explanation:  You can use the customary and metric units of weight.

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 5 pages 19, 23, 25, 29-30, 57-58 if you need guidance.
    3. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. Then post on Seesaw.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math:  Complete today’s Calendar Math Activity

    Student Resource: Pages 1-2 : Calendar Math  ODD ONLY

    2. Learn:  Watch the instructional video.

    Link on Student Resource page 3

    3.  Try:  Complete the first “Try” Activity.

    Student  Resource: Page 3 : Try “Practice comparing weight in ounces, pounds, and tons”

     

    Optional:  Watch the “Try” video while you complete the activity for guidance  OR use the video to check your work. Link on Student Resource page 3.

    2. Learn:  Watch the instructional video.

    Link on Student Resource page 4

    4.  Try:  Complete the second  “Try” Activity.

    Student  Resource: Page 4-5:  Try “Practice comparing weight/mass in grams and kilograms”

     

     

    Optional:  Watch the “Try” video while you complete the activity for guidance  OR use the video to check your work.  Link on Student Resource page 4.

    5. Independent Practice:   Complete the “Independent Practice” Activity and turn it into your teacher

    Student  Resource: Pages 6-7 : Independent Practice

    6.  Complete fact practice

    Xtra Math

     

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    Monday, April 27th

    Reading:

    Overview:  You will be reading and/or listening to Chapters 3 and 4 in Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 27th- Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief Read Along Chapters 3 and 4” or “ April 27th- Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief Chapters 3 and 4.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be listening to a color poem and then writing your own color poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 27th Writing Poetry - If You Want to Find Golden.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Math: “Math April 27th: Length Conversions”- Seesaw Name

    Overview: Units of Length                  

    Explanation:  You can use the customary and metric units of length.

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 5 pages 9-12, 14-15, 49-50, 52-53, if you need guidance.
    3. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. Then post a picture on Seesaw.

     

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math:  Complete today’s Calendar Math Activity

    Student Resource: Pages 1-2 : Calendar Math

    2. Learn:  Watch the instructional video.

    Link on Student Resource page 3

    3.  Try:  Complete the first “Try” Activity.

    Student  Resource: Page 3 : Try “Practice comparing glength in inches, feet, yards, and miles”

     

    Optional:  Watch the “Try” video while you complete the activity for guidance  OR use the video to check your work. Link on Student Resource page 3.

    2. Learn:  Watch the instructional video.

    Link on Student Resource page 4

    4.  Try:  Complete the second  “Try” Activity.

    Student  Resource: Page 4:  Try “Practice comparing lengths in millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers”

     

     

    Optional:  Watch the “Try” video while you complete the activity for guidance  OR use the video to check your work.  Link on Student Resource page 4.

    5. Independent Practice:   Complete the “Independent Practice” Activity and turn it into your teacher

    Student  Resource: Pages 5-6 : Independent Practice

    6.  Complete fact practice

    Xtra Math

     

     

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    Thursday, April 23rd 

    Reading:

    Overview:  You will be reading and/or listening to Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief Chapters 1 and 2.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignments called, “Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief Chapters 1 and 2 read-along, 4/23/2020” or “Sammy Keyes and the Hotel Thief Chapters 1 and 2, 04/23/2020.”  Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

    Independent Reading 20 min.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You are going to learn about Thank You poems and write your own Thank You poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 23 Writing- Thank You Poetry.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Social Studies:

    Overview: You are going to be reading sections 7, 9, and 10 in your TCI text.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 23 Social Studies Lesson - El Paso and Austin, TX and The Oklahoma Land Rush.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

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    Happy Earth Day 4/22/2020

     

    Reading:

    Overview:  You will be reading an article and a passage related to Earth Day.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “Earth Day Reading, 04/22/2020.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

    Read your independent reading book. No response today.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be reading a poem and writing your own Earth poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 22nd-Poetry-Writing.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Math: “Gr 4 Math, April 22- Decimal Review Day”- Seesaw Name

    Overview:  Decimals Review               

    Explanation:  You can use what you know about decimals to complete review activities.

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 4 if you need guidance.
    3. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. Then post a picture on Seesaw.

     

    Tasks

    Resources

    Students will choose review activities from the MATH review menu.

    All activities are listed in the Student Resource Document.

     

    1. My Teacher’s Assignment:  Choose 1 activity to complete  from the “My Teacher’s Assignment” section and turn it into your teacher.

    Student Resource: Pages 2-3 : Decimals Activity #1 or Decimals Activity #2.

    2. Options:  Complete 3 more activities from the review menu.

    Student Resource document

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    April 21st -Tuesday 

    Reading:

    Overview:  You will identify various problems in a mystery and ask questions to help you solve each of the problems.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “Mystery Unit Day 3, 4/21/2020.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

    Independent REading - read for 20 min - no recording needed today.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You are going to learn about Nature Poems and write a Nature Poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 21st- Nature Poetry.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Social Studies:

    Overview: You will be reading sections 4,5, and 6 of Chapter 10 Southwest Region. Then you will watch a few videos on each topic.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 21 Social Studies Lesson - The Hoover Dam, the Grand Canyon, and Carlsbad Caverns, oh my!” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

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    Monday, April 20th, 2020

    Log onto Seesaw for all lesson. Here is the overview for the day. 

    Reading: Two parts today

    Overview:  You will be independently reading for 30 minutes and completing a reading response.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 20th Independent Reading Response” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     **** Log into Teams at 11:00 for live Read Aloud with Mrs. Mignogna.**** I sent an email to each student with the invite for the Teams meeting at 11:00.

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be learning about Limerick Poems and writing your own Limerick Poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 20th Writing - Limerick Poetry.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

    Also, look at the Idiom of the Day and copy that into your notebook.

     

    Math: “Gr 4 Math April 20”

    Overview: Comparing Decimals                                 

    Explanation:  You can use what you know about place value to compare decimals.

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 4 pages 365- 366 if you need guidance.
    3. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. Then post a picture of your work on Seesaw.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math:  Complete today’s Calendar Math Activity

    Student Resource: Pages 1-2 : Calendar Math

    2. Learn:  Watch 2 instructional videos.

    Link on Student Resource page 3

    3.  Try:  Complete the “Try” Activity.

    Student  Resource: Page 3 : Try “Practice comparing decimals”

     

    Optional:  Watch the “Try” video while you complete the activity for guidance  OR use the video to check your work. Link on Student Resource page 3.

    4. Independent Practice:   Complete the “Independent Practice” Activity and turn it into your teacher

    Student  Resource: Page 4 : Independent Practice

    5.  Complete fact practice

    Xtra Math

    6.  Optional Extra Practice:  You may complete any of these optional activities

    Student  Resource: Page 5 : Let’s Explore

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     Thursday, April 16th

    All lessons are posted on Seesaw. Have a great day!

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    Wednesday, April 15

     

    Reading:

    Overview: Two tasks

    You will be independently reading for 30 minutes - no response today

    Then listen to Read Aloud and complete pages in your packet.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be brainstorming ideas and writing your draft for your bio poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 15th Writing Poetry Bio Poem Day 2 - Brainstorm and Draft.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

    Check out the Idiom of the day.

     

     

    Math:  April 15th Math lesson

    Overview: Decimals on a number line                       

    Explanation:  You can use what you know about place value and fractions to identify fractions on a number line.

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 4 pages 347-349 and 355-357 if you need guidance.
    3. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. Then upload a picture to Seesaw.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math:  Complete today’s Calendar Math Activity

    Student Resource: Pages 1-2 : Calendar Math

    2. Learn:  Watch the instructional video.

    Link on Student Resource page 3

    3.  Try:  Complete the first “Try” Activity.

    Student  Resource: Page 3 : Try “Practice finding tenths on a number line”

     

    Optional:  Watch the “Try” video while you complete the activity for guidance  OR use the video to check your work. Link on Student Resource page 3.

    2. Learn:  Watch the instructional video.

    Link on Student Resource page 4

    4.  Try:  Complete the second  “Try” Activity.

    Student  Resource: Page 4:  Try “Practice finding hundredths on a number line”

     

    Optional:  Watch the “Try” video while you complete the activity for guidance  OR use the video to check your work.  Link on Student Resource page 4.

    5. Independent Practice:   Complete the “Independent Practice” Activity and turn it into your teacher

    Student  Resource: Pages 5-6 : Independent Practice

    6.  Complete fact practice

    Xtra Math

     

    Flex Time:

    Check out the Virtual TOur and complete the activity. 

     

     

    Please see all links below to access specials. These taks should be completed as per our schedule. 

     

     Library with Mrs. Rosencrans https://www.cbsd.org/Page/555

     Music with Mr. Gruver https://www.cbsd.org/Page/45888

     Art with Mrs. Alderfer https://www.cbsd.org/Domain/1154

     Gym with Mr. Rogers https://www.cbsd.org/Domain/1114

     Quest with Mr. Voorhees https://www.cbsd.org/Page/3510  

     

     

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    Please go to Seesaw for all lessons.

     

    Reading:

    Overview: You will make observations and ask questions to come up with theories about mysterious situations.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “Mystery Unit Day 1, 4/14/2020.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be learning about different types of poetry and brainstorming topics for Bio Poems.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 14th Writing Lesson- All About Poetry and Bio Poem.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Social Studies:

    Overview: You will be using the Southwest region maps to answer 5 questions about the maps.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “April 14th Social Studies Chapter 10 - Geography Challenge Part 2.” Read over the instructions for completing this assignment.

     

    Flex Time:

    Go to Seesaw and click on the Read Aloud.

    Work on book cards.

    Work on your time capsule activity.

     


     

     

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    Tuesday, April 8th - No TEAMS Meeting today 

    Go to Seesaw to get lessons and complete activities. 

    No new Social Studies assigned today - finish up the lesson fro yesterday if you need to and submit it on Seesaw. 

    MATH:

    Overview: Today you will:

    • Complete the Calendar Math activity
    • Watch 2 learn videos
    • Complete 2 Try activities
    • Complete the Independent Practice
    • Practice your facts using XtraMath or Freckle

    Explanation: Log in to Seesaw and look for the activity titled “Gr 4 Math April 8”

     

    Reading:

    Overview: Today you will be doing independent reading for 30 minutes and then do your entry in Seesaw or in your reading notebook - whichever you prefer.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “Independent Reading Log 04/08”.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be watching a video on Haiku, reading a book with Haiku poems in it, and creating your own Haiku poem.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment that says, “April 8 – Writing Lesson Haiku Poetry” Read over the instructions.

     

    Flex Time:

    Overview: You may have flexible time to complete these activities.

    Explanation: You may use this time to continue to work on the activities on Seesaw or complete 1-2 of these activities below.

    Activities: 

    1. Free Read!
    2. Free write!
    3. Time Capsule Activity – Look in Seesaw
    4. Explore more Social Studies resources:

     

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    Tuesday, April 7 

    No math today

     Method of Communication: Reach out to my email, during my office hours, with any questions or concerns.  

     

     

    Teams meeting 9:00 to 9:30 - Have your writer's notebook with you. We will do our Idiom of the day and have a class meeting. All students should attend by accepting teh invote through the student's email. 

     

    Go to Seesaw to complete the lessons for the day.  Total work time should be about four hours total. 

    Reading:

    Overview: You will be reading the “Foggy Figure” passage and completing the comprehension questions.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “Foggy Figure Reading, 04/07/2020.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Social Studies:

    Overview: You are going to read or listen to section 1 of Chapter 10 in your TCI online text. Then you are going to answer 5 questions about your reading. Yuo can answer thse questions like we have in the past. Use lined paper and skip lines between your answers. You can do this right in your writer's notebook. 

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment called, “Section 1, Chapter 10, 04/07/2020.” Read over the instructions for completing the assignment.

     

    Writing:

    Overview: You will be listening and watching my video explaining the writing lesson. Then complete a poetry assignment in your writer's notebook.

    Explanation: Log into Seesaw and look for the assignment that says, “Writing Lesson, 04/07/2020.” Read over the instructions.

     

     Flex Time:

    Overview: You may have flexible time to complete these activities.

    Explanation: You may use this time to continue to work on the activities on Seesaw or complete 1-2 of these activities below.

    Activities: 

    1. Work on the time capsule packet. This was sent to your parents in an email - Optional (but looks like fun!)
    2. Free write!
    3. Color or draw a picture!
    4. Extra reading time!

     

    Learning Schedule - Mignogna

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    Gr 4 Day 11 Math

     

    Overview: Adding and Subtracting Fractions

     

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

     

    Explanation:

    You can add and subtract fractions with common denominators.

     Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511

    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper.

    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 3 pages 253 and 256 if you need guidance.

     Tasks:

    1. Complete fact practice sheet Gr 4 Day 11 Addition

    2. Complete the document called Gr 4 Day 11 Adding and Subtracting Fractions If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)

    3. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice: Play the online game Adding Fractions Playground https://www.mathplayground.com/fraction_forest_playground3.html

    Select “Like Denominators.”

     Or

     Play Adding or Subtracting Fractions Bump (your teacher will email directions and a game board)

     

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    Day 10  -  April 1st

    Math:

    Overview: Improper Fraction and Mixed Numbers

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:  You can convert fractions to mixed numbers and mixed numbers to fractions.

    Quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. I sent a copy of the worksheets to your parents by email. You may also complete the worksheets on Seesaw. 
    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 3 pages 275-276 and 279 if you need guidance.
    4. mixed number represents the sum of a whole number and a fraction. 2 is a mixed number.
    5. An improper fraction has a numerator that is equal to or greater than its denominator. 

    Tasks:

    1. Complete the document called Gr 4 Day 10 Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers. If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    2. Complete fact practice sheet Gr 4 Day 10 Division Fact Practice
    3. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice:

    Play Tony Fraction’s Pizza Shop   https://mrnussbaum.com/tony-fraction-s-pizza-shop-online-game

    Spanish Version: https://mrnussbaum.com/tony-fraction-s-pizza-shop-in-spanish-online-game

     

    Turn in your assignment: Please return the completed work to school when we return or post your answers on Seesaw.

     

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    Gr 4 Day 9 Math

     Overview: Comparing Fractions 

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes 

    Explanation:  

    You can compare fractions. 

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper.
    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 3 pages 239-241 if you need guidance.
    4. To compare fractions you can make equivalent fractions with a common denominator or a common numerator.
    5. You can also compare some fractions using a benchmark fraction, such as 1/2.

     

    Tasks:

    1. Complete the document called Gr 4 Day 9 Comparing Fractions. If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    2. Complete fact practice sheet Gr 4 Day 9 Multiplication.
    3. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice: Play the online game "Math Monster."  https://www.mathplayground.com/math_monster_fractions.html

     

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    Lesson Plans: Day 8 March 30th

     

    Day 8: Monday, March 30

    Math

     

    Day 8 Monday math page

    Overview: Finding Equivalent Fractions

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation:  You can find equivalent fractions using multiplication and division.  You can find the simplest form of a fraction.

    Quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. I have sent the worksheet by email to your parents. I also attached the worksheet in blue below.
    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 3 pages 231-232 if you need guidance.
    4. You can multiply or divide the numerator and denominator by the same number to find an equivalent fraction.
    5. A fraction in simplest form has no common factors other than 1 in the numerator and denominator.  

    Tasks:

    1. OptionalWatch this video about making equivalent fractions.  https://watchkin.com/580d216bf3
    2. Complete the first page of the document called Gr 4 Day 8 Equivalent Fractions. If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    3. OptionalWatch this video about making simplifying (or reducing)    https://watchkin.com/ecb61ea391
    4. Complete the second page of the document called Gr 4 Day 8 Equivalent Fractions. If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    5. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.:Play the online game "Satisfraction." http://www.gregtangmath.com/satisfraction  Choose "Simplify" for your game today.  

    Turn in your assignment: Please turn in when we return to school or post completed work on Seesaw.

     

    Reading:

    Read for 30 minutes

    Please go to Seesaw and watch the 5 min video for read aloud. Leave a comment or question for me. I'll read for a little bit more and post in the afternoon to Seesaw.

    This is something the students should be able to complete independently. 

     

    Social Studies/Writing:

    Keep working on your State project - This should be completed by Friday.

     

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     Lesson Plans Day 7

     

     


    Hi Everyone! Welcome back to Day 6 - March 25Distance Learning

     

    Reading today will be 2 parts – Independent Reading and  the novel Stone Fox

    Reading: Independent Reading – Please email me and let me know what book you are reading (If you didn’t do that already.) and what page you are on. If you finished a book, please complete the book card and take a picture of the front and back and post it to Seesaw for me to see. Remember you have your book card ring and a few blank book cards. Keep up with your reading routine.

    Overview: You will be reading your independent reading book for 20 minutes. A written response today is optional.

    When we get back to school, I’ll check all your responses. So please be sure to write the date/ title in your writer’s notebook for all activities. I’m planning for prizes for kids that do some of the challenges. Keep your notebook organized and titled. You can do all your responses in your writer’s notebook.

    Example:

    March 19, 2020

                                 Reading Response

     

    Estimated Time: – 20 minutes plus written response time

    Explanation: For reading, you can read your independent reading book for 20 minutes.  CHALLENGE (and then choose one of the responses from the Reading Response Bingo Sheet (see Links/Activities))

    Quick things to know:

    1. Read

    Tasks:

    1. Read for 20 minutes.
    2. Record the date and pages read.
    3. Choose one of the reading response choices below and respond in your journal (or on a piece of notebook paper)

    Links/Activities:  Reading Response Bingo Card

    How do I turn this in? Hold onto it for now. I will collect it when we return to school.

    Reading: Stone Fox

    Overview: Read and complete pages in the packet

    Estimated Time: 30 min.

    Explanation: Read Ch 4 then complete pages 13-14-15 

    Three Quick Things to know:

    1. Read ch 4 The Reason
    2. Complete pages in the packet
    3. Share with Mom or Dad how the book is going

    How do I turn this in? Keep the packet and hand all finished work in when we return to school.

     

     

     

     

    Writing:

    Copy down the Idiom of the Day:

    Idiom: Chew the fat

    Meaning: chat or gossip in a leisurely way, especially at length.
    Example: Sit yourself down and let’s chew the fat for a while.

     

    Overview: Pick a topic from the March Writing Calendar

    Estimated Time: 20 minutes

    Explanation: Write in your writer’s notebook.

    Quick thing to know:

    1. Be creative and write

    Tasks:

    1. Choose an option from the March Writing Calendar that is glued into your writer’s notebook. Color in the square to show what you picked.
    2. Read what you wrote out loud and make any corrections/edits that are necessary.
    3. Share your story to Seesaw for fun.

     

    Links/Activities: List of Writing Prompts

    How do I turn this in? You don’t:)

     

     

     

    Science/Social Studies: State research project

    Overview: Start some research about your favorite state.

    Estimated time: 20 minutes

    Explanation: Look over the project I sent home in the envelope about your favorite state. Pick a state to research. Start to fill out the project – This will be what you will work today and work on it for the next few days until it is complete.

    Three quick things to know

    1. Pick a state to research
    2. Start to fill out the project sheet
    3. Work on this for a few days and when you finish (probably a week) post a picture or two to Seesaw for me to see it.

     

    Gr 4 Day 6 Math

    Day 6 Fact Fluency

     Day 6 Math

    Overview: Multiplying Multi-Digit Numbers

     

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

     

    Explanation:  

    You can use what you know about place value to help you multiply multi-digit numbers.   

     

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper.
    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 2 pages 103-104 if you need guidance.

     

     

    Tasks:

    1. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 6 Fact Fluency 2h.
    2. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 6 Multiplication with Regrouping. If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    3. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.: Practice your fast facts by doing X-tra Math, Freckle, or Pet Bingo (free iPad app).  You can also practice with a non-tech option such as Top-it, flash cards, or having a parent or sibling quiz you on facts.

     

    Directions for:  Top It

    Use a deck of playing cards or make your own cards with digits 1-12.

    Each player turns over 2 cards and multiplies the numbers.

    Each player says their product (answer) out loud.

    The player with the largest product (answer) gets the cards (or gets a point). 

     

    Keep all completed papers in your math folder.

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    Still want more to do? Try these activities Just For Fun:

    file:///C:/Users/kmignogna/Desktop/brainteaser.pdf

    Social Studies Bonus –

    https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/maps/usa-blank_WMWTD.pdf?up=1466611200

    Fil lout this blank map then check to see if you are correct. How many can you get correct?

    Science Bonus: https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/electricity/conductor-insulator_WMNMW.pdf?up=1466611200

    Check out this cool live camera feed of a mama eagle and her baby eaglets!! In PA.

    https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/stream/hanover-bald-eagle-nest-live-cam

     

     

    Hi Everyone! Welcome back to Day 5 - Tuesday, March 24– Distance Learning

     

    Reading today will be 2 parts – Independent Reading and  the novel Stone Fox

    Reading: Independent Reading – Please email me and let me know what book you are reading (If you didn’t do that already.) and what page you are on. If you finished a book, please complete the book card and take a picture of the front and back and post it to Seesaw for me to see. Remember you have your book card ring and a few blank book cards. Keep up with your reading routine.

    Overview: You will be reading your independent reading book for 20 minutes. Please do a response today.

    When we get back to school, I’ll check all your responses. So please be sure to write the date/ title in your writer’s notebook for all activities. I’m planning for prizes for kids that do some of the challenges. Keep your notebook organized and titled. You can do all your responses in your writer’s notebook.

    Example:

    March 19, 2020

                                 Reading Response

     

    Estimated Time: – 20 minutes plus written response time

    Explanation: For reading, you can read your independent reading book for 20 minutes.  CHALLENGE (and then choose one of the responses from the Reading Response Bingo Sheet (see Links/Activities))

    Quick things to know:

    1. Read

    Tasks:

    1. Read for 20 minutes.
    2. Record the date and pages read.
    3. Choose one of the reading response choices below and respond in your journal (or on a piece of notebook paper)

    Links/Activities:  Reading Response Bingo Card

    How do I turn this in? Hold onto it for now. I will collect it when we return to school.

    Reading: Stone Fox

    Overview: Read and complete a page in the packet

    Estimated Time: 30 min.

    Explanation: Read Ch 3 Searchlight then complete page 12 Remembering Details

    Three Quick Things to know:

    1. Read ch 3
    2. Complete page 12
    3. Share with Mom or Dad how the book is going

    How do I turn this in? Keep the packet and hand all finished work in when we return to school.

     

     

     

     

    Writing:

    Social Studies story set in the Midwest – complete that and send it to Mrs. M.

     

    Copy down the Idiom of the Day:

    Idiom: Best thing since sliced bread

    Meaning: A good invention or innovation. A good idea or plan.

    Sentence: This electric car is the best thing since sliced bread.

     

    Overview: Use the following five words in a story. Box the words out with colored pencil and for a BONUS underline a few of the prepositional phrases.

    sunshine  -  turtle  -  farm  -  ice cream  -  robot

    Estimated Time: 20 minutes

    Explanation: Write a story in your writer’s notebook. Please use a new page - the next clean page in your notebook.

    Quick thing to know:

    1. Be creative and write BONUS Draw a picture to go with your writing for today. Please be sure to pu the date and title for todays assignment.

    Tasks:

    1. Write a story.
    2. Read what you wrote out loud and make any corrections/edits that are necessary.
    3. Share your story to Seesaw for fun.

     

    Links/Activities: List of Writing Prompts

    How do I turn this in? You don’t:)

     

    Science: Review Matter

    Overview: Watch video on matter through Brainpop

    https://www.brainpop.com/science/matterandchemistry/statesofmatter/

    Use Clever to sign in. Then explore the options on the right like the quiz or vocabulary review.

    Estimated time: 20 minutes

    Explanation: Watch video then complete worksheet for BONUS

    https://www.brainpop.com/science/matterandchemistry/statesofmatter/

    Three quick things to know

    1. Review Matter
    2. What are the three states of Matter?
    3. Complete the worksheet.

     

    Gr 4 Day 5 Math

    Day 5 Factors

    Day 5 Composite and Prime

    Overview: Multiples and Factors, Prime and Composite Numbers

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

     Explanation:  

    You can use what you know about multiplication and division to find factors and multiples. You can identify prime and composite numbers.

      

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper.
    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 2 pages 167-168, 170-171, 179-180, 183 if you need guidance on factors and multiples.
    4. A prime number has only 2 factors: 1 and itself. A composite number has more than 2 different factors. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 2 page 173 if you need guidance on prime and composite.

     Tasks:

    1. Optional: Log into Ed. Watch the Learn Video called 2.1 Finding Common Factors of Two Whole Numbers.
    2. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 5 Factors and Multiples If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    3. Optional: Watch this video to review prime and composite numbers. https://watchkin.com/73fe2664aa
    4. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 5 Prime and Composite If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    5. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.: Play The Factor Game and/or The Multiple Game. You will receive directions and a game board in an email from your teacher.

    Keep any completed work in your math folder.   

    Overview: Multiples and Factors, Prime and Composite Numbers

     Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

     Explanation:  

    You can use what you know about multiplication and division to find factors and multiples. You can identify prime and composite numbers.

      

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper.
    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 2 pages 167-168, 170-171, 179-180, 183 if you need guidance on factors and multiples.
    4. A prime number has only 2 factors: 1 and itself. A composite number has more than 2 different factors. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 2 page 173 if you need guidance on prime and composite.

    Tasks:

    1. Optional: Log into Ed. Watch the Learn Video called 2.1 Finding Common Factors of Two Whole Numbers.
    2. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 5 Factors and Multiples If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    3. Optional: Watch this video to review prime and composite numbers. https://watchkin.com/73fe2664aa
    4. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 5 Prime and Composite If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    5. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.: Play The Factor Game and/or The Multiple Game. You will receive directions and a game board in an email from your teacher.

    Turn in your assignment: Keep all papers in your math folder.

     

    Still want more to do? Try these activities Just For Fun:

    Social Studies Bonus –

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhDrGnjacvA

    Watch this video and try to sing on your own.

    Science Bonus – Ecosystems connections

    Check out this cool live camera feed of a mama eagle and her baby eaglets!! In PA.

    https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/stream/hanover-bald-eagle-nest-live-cam

    Matter Puzzle:

    https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/matter/matter-crossword_WMTDB.pdf?up=1466611200

     

     



     

    Hi Everyone! Welcome back to Day 4 - March 23rd – Distance Learning

    Happy Spring!

     

    Reading today will be 2 parts – Independent Reading and  the novel Stone Fox

    Reading: Independent Reading – Please email me and let me know what book you are reading (If you didn’t do that already.) and what page you are on. If you finished a book, please complete the book card and take a picture of the front and back and post it to Seesaw for me to see. Remember you have your book card ring and a few blank book cards. Keep up with your reading routine.

    I just started an awesome book called Saving CeeCee Honeycut. I’m reading on my Kindle, so I’m not sure what page I’m on. I’m really enjoying it so far.

    Overview: You will be reading your independent reading book for 20 minutes. You don’t need to do a response today.

    **CHALLENGE** Do a reading response today if you want to for a challenge. When we get back to school, I’ll check all your responses. So please be sure to write the date/ title in your writer’s notebook for all activities. I’m planning for prizes for kids that do some of the challenges. Keep your notebook organized and titled. You can do all your responses in your writer’s notebook.

    Example:

    March 19, 2020

                                 Challenge Reading Response

     

    Estimated Time: – 20 minutes plus written response time

    Explanation: For reading, you can read your independent reading book for 20 minutes.  CHALLENGE (and then choose one of the responses from the Reading Response Bingo Sheet (see Links/Activities))

    Quick things to know:

    1. Read

    Tasks:

    1. Read for 20 minutes.
    2. Record the date and pages read.
    3. Choose one of the reading response choices below and respond in your journal (or on a piece of notebook paper)

    Links/Activities:  Reading Response Bingo Card

    How do I turn this in? Hold onto it for now. I will collect it when we return to school.

    Reading: Stone Fox

    Overview: Read and complete a page in the packet

    Estimated Time: 30 min.

    Explanation: Read Ch 2 Little Willy then complete page 11 Compound Words

    Three Quick Things to know:

    1. Read ch 2
    2. Complete page 11
    3. Share with Mom or Dad how the book is going

    How do I turn this in? Keep the packet and hand all finished work in when we return to school.

     

    Writing:

    1- Finish your writing piece for Social Studies – the story set in the midwest or complete the task below. This should be completed by today. When you finish typing it up, you can email it to me via Office 365 or regular email. Or you can wait and hand it in to me when we return to school.

    Copy down the Idiom of the Day: Watch this youtube video and copy down one or a few of the idioms.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGTM3-OYQZg

    Idiom:

    Meaning:

    Sentence:

     

    Overview: Write a Kindness/ Compliment Card – like we do on Fridays

    Estimated Time: 20 minutes

    Explanation: You know what to do.

    Quick thing to know:

    1. Make someone in your family smile.

    Tasks:

    1. Write a kindness card to Mom/Dad or sibling. If you can’t find an index card, use a piece of printer paper or a note card. Or use a piece of paper from your writer’s notebook. Be creative. Have fun. You can choose me if you want to and mail it to me for fun. My address is:

     

    Mrs. Mignogna

    4497 Country View Drive

    Doylestown, PA 18902

    1. Read what you wrote out loud and make any corrections/edits that are necessary. Watch out for the correct “your / you’re”.
    2. Give your card to the person you wrote it for or mail it to someone. People love getting mail.

    Links/Activities: List of Writing Prompts

    How do I turn this in? You don’t:)

     

    Social Studies – no Social Studies today – take this time as your earned recess time and try to get outside to play. Take chalk and try

    to draw a big map of the USA and label as many states as you can. 

    Overview: 

    Estimated time: 20 minutes

    Explanation:

    Three quick things to know

    Tasks:

    Links/Activities: 

    How do I turn this in? 

     

    Math Day 4 

    Monday day 4 Fact Fluency page

    Day 4 Math subtracting

    Overview: Subtracting Multi-Digit Numbers 

    Estimated Time: Approximately 45 minutes 

    Explanation:  

    You can use what you know about place value to help you subtract multi-digit numbers. 

    Three quick things to know:

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper.
    3. Please look at Student Workbook pages 44-46 if you need guidance.

     Tasks:

    1. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 4 Subtraction With Regrouping If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    2. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 4 Fact Fluency 2c.
    3. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.: Play Minus Mission https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_MinusMission.html

     

    Still want more to do? Try these activities Just For Fun:

    First page is the activity and the second page has the answer key!

    https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/brainteasers/riddles_WQRTW.pdf?up=1466611200

    Social Studies Bonus 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhDrGnjacvA

     Watch this video and try to sing on your own.

    Science Bonus – Ecosystems connections

    Check out this cool live camera feed of a mama eagle and her baby eaglets!! In PA.

    https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/stream/hanover-bald-eagle-nest-live-cam

     

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    Hi Everyone! Welcome back to Day 3 - March 19th – Distance Learning

      

    Reading today will be 2 parts – Independent Reading and starting the novel Stone Fox total time 1 hour.

    Reading: Independent Reading – Please email me and let me know what book you are reading and what page you are on. If you finished a book, please complete the book card and take a picture of the front and back and post it to Seesaw for me to see. Remember you have your book card ring and a few blank book cards.

    Overview: You will be reading your independent reading book for 20 minutes. You don’t need to do a response today

    **CHALLENGE** Do a reading response today if you want to for a challenge. When we get back to school, I’ll check all your responses. So please be sure to write the date/ title in your writer’s notebook for all activities. I’m planning for prizes for kids that do some of the challenges. Keep your notebook organized and titled. You can do all your responses in your writer’s notebook.

    Example:

    March 18, 2020

                                 Challenge Reading Response

     

    Estimated Time: – 20 minutes

    Explanation: For reading, you can read your independent reading book for 20 minutes.  CHALLENGE ( and then choose one of the responses from the Reading Response Bingo Sheet (see Links/Activities))

    Quick things to know:

    1. Read

    Tasks:

    1. Read for 20 minutes.
    2. Record the date and pages read.
    3. Choose one of the reading response choices below and respond in your journal (or on a piece of notebook paper)

    Links/Activities:  Reading Response Bingo Card

    How do I turn this in? Hold onto it for now. I will collect it when we return to school.

    New Today: STONE FOX

    Overview: Start Stone Fox and activity packet.

    Estimated Time: 20 min.

    Explanation: Read the back of the book. Flip through the book and check out the chapter titles. Read inside first page. Read Ch. 1 Grandfather. Try reading it out loud to a sibling or parent for fun and fluency practice. Complete page 10 Finding Base Words.

    Three Quick Things to know:

    1. Preview the story.
    2. Read Ch. 1 Grandfather
    3. Complete page 10 Finding Base Words

    How do I turn this in? Keep the packet and hand all finished work in when we return to school.

     

     

    Writing: Two choices – 1- Finish your writing piece for Social Studies – the story set in the midwest or complete the task below. This should be completed by today I’m guessing. When you finish it, you can email it to me via Office 365 or regular email.

    Copy down the Idiom of the Day:

    Idiom: Go with the flow

    Meaning: To accept things as they are

    To relax and do what others are doing

    Do what everyone else wants to do

    Sentence: Play this game with us even though you don’t want to; Just go with the flow.

     

     

    Overview: Write in your Writer's Notebook for 30 minutes

    Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    Explanation: Complete one of the following prompts:

    **CHALLENGE** Write a response to more than one of the following.

    1. ) If you were in charge of planning the school lunch menu, what foods would you serve each day?

     

    1. ) If you had one wish, what would it be?

     

    1. ) If you could meet any fictional character from a book, who would it be?

    Three quick things to know:

    1. Try your best to be writing for the entire 30 minutes.
    2. Reread what you wrote if you are stuck
    3. Try for at least 8 sentences in your response

    Tasks:

    1. Write for 30 minutes.
    2. Read what you wrote out loud and make any corrections/edits that are necessary.
    3. Share what you wrote with an adult when he/she has a few minutes.

    Links/Activities: List of Writing Prompts

    How do I turn this in? We will share some of these when you return to school. There is no need to turn this in.

     

     

    Social Studies

    Overview: The Midwest Region

    Estimated time: 20 minutes

    Explanation: Complete the Midwest activities sent via email.

    Three quick things to know

    1. Print out the pages for the Midwest practice
    2. Complete what you can.
    3. Do your best.

    Tasks:

    1. Complete to map activity sent via email

    Links/Activities: Blank Map of Midwest Region

    How do I turn this in? This acitivity will not be collected. Keep it in your green folder.

     

    Gr 4 Day 3 Math 

     

    Math:  

    Overview: Adding Multi-Digit Numbers 

    Day 3 math

      

    Estimated Time: Approximately 45 minutes 

      

    Explanation:   

    You can use what you know about place value to help you add multi-digit numbers.   

      

     

    Three quick things to know: 

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learningvisit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. 
    3. Please look at Student Workbook pages 41-42  if you need guidance. 

     

      

    Tasks: 

    1. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 3 Addition  With Regrouping If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?) 
    2. Practice your fast facts by doing X-tra Math, Freckle, or Pet Bingo (free iPad app). You can also practice with a non-tech option such as Top-it, flash cards, or having a grown-up or sibling quiz you on facts.
    3. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.: Play Addition Snake  https://www.mathplayground.com/addition_snake.html 

      

     

     

    Still want more to do? Try these activities Just For Fun:

    https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/brainteasers/five-letter-scramble_WQRTM.pdf?up=1466611200

    First page is the activity and the second page has the answer key!

    https://www.brainpop.com/math/numbersandoperations/elapsedtime/

    Watch this video and complete some of the bonus activities. I know the elapsed time was difficult for some of you last week. So this is great practice on how to do these kinds of problems.

    Check out this sire for all those kids that love to draw. If you complete a drawing post it up to Seesaw for us to see.

    https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/

     

     

    Science Bonus – Ecosystems connections

    Check out this cool live camera feed of a mama eagle and her babies eaglets!! In PA.

    https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/stream/hanover-bald-eagle-nest-live-cam

     

     

     

     

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    Hi Everyone! Welcome back to Day 2 – Distance Learning

     

    Reading: Independent Reading

    Overview: You will be reading your independent reading book for 30 minutes and choose one of the reading response choices. 

    Estimated Time: – 45 minutes

    Explanation: For reading, you can read your independent reading book for 30 minutes and then choose one of the responses from the Reading Response Bingo Sheet (see Links/Activities)

    Three quick things to know:

    1. If you don’t have your independent reading book, any just right chapter book will do.
    2. Be sure to record the date and pages read along with your reading response.
    3. You can score a “Bingo” by completing and row, column, or diagonal.

    Tasks:

    1. Read for 30 minutes.
    2. Record the date and pages read.
    3. Choose one of the reading response choices below and respond in your journal (or on a piece of notebook paper)

    Links/Activities:  Reading Response Bingo Card

    How do I turn this in? Hold onto it for now. I will collect it when we return to school.

     

     

    Writing: Two choices – 1- Finish your writing piece for Social Studies – the story set in the midwest or complete the task below.

     

    Copy down the Idiom of the Day:

    Bark up the worng tree

    Meaning: To blame the wrong person; To make the wrong choice

    Sentence: My mother was barking up the wrong tree when she blamed me for breaking the vase. It was my sister. 

    Overview: Write in your Writer's Notebook for 30 minutes

    Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    Explanation: For writing, you can choose from a list of prompts (See Links/Activities) or write about a topic/story/idea of your own choosing. You can also use the March calendar. Please put the date / title on the top of the page in your writer’s notebook.

    Three quick things to know:

    1. Try your best to be writing for the entire 30 minutes.
    2. Reread what you wrote if you are stuck
    3. You can change prompts or switch topics in the middle if you get really stuck

    Tasks:

    1. Write for 30 minutes.
    2. Read what you wrote out loud and make any corrections/edits that are necessary.
    3. Share what you wrote with an adult when he/she has a few minutes.

    Links/Activities: List of Writing Prompts

    How do I turn this in? We will share some of these when you return to school. There is no need to turn this in.

     

     

     

    Social Studies

    Overview: The Midwest Region

    Estimated time: 20 minutes

    Explanation: Today you will reread a section of chapter 8 and use the remaining time to study the states and captial cities of the Midwest Region. We will take the ch 8 test when we return to school.

    Three quick things to know

    1. You can access the text on the TCI website for the text. See the instruction sheet I sent home on Thursday 3/11/20 to access the TCI website. Log into Office 365 then go to Clever.
    2. Practice your fluency by reading this out loud.
    3. Print out a copy of the blank map to help you study the location of the states in the mid west. You can also review the location of the states in the Northeast and Southeast. 
    4. Study the name of the capital city of each state in the Midwest Region.

    Tasks:

    1. Reread sections 1 and 2 of Chapter 8. 
    2. What are the questions being asked in section 1?

    Links/Activities: Blank Map of Midwest Region

    How do I turn this in? This acitivity will not be collected. Keep it in your green folder.

     

    Gr 4 Day 2 Math 

     

    Day 2 math rounding

      https://www.cbsd.org/cms/lib/PA01916442/Centricity/Domain/1159/_Gr%204%20Day%202%20Fact%20Fluency%201C.pdf

    Overview: Place Value: Ordering and Rounding  

      

    Estimated Time: Approximately 45 minutes 

      

    Explanation:   

    You can use what you know about place value to compare and round numbers. 

      

     

    Three quick things to know: 

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learningvisit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 .  Please make sure you are logged in and scroll down the page to see the videos.
    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper. 
    3. When you compare numbers, begin looking at the largest place value first.
    4. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 1 pages 27-29 if you need guidance. 

      

    Tasks: 

    1. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 2 Comparing and Rounding  If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)
    2. Complete the fact fluency activity1C: Adding and Subtracting 1-digit Numbers Without Regrouping  
    3. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice. Play a game:  Top It 
    4. Use a deck of playing cards or make your own cards with digits 1-9.
    5. Each player turns over 4, 5, or 6 cards and creates a 4, 5, or 6-digit number.  Make sure all players use the same number of digits. 
    6. Each player says their number out loud.
    7. The player with the largest value gets the cards (or gets a point).  To earn the point the player must explain why their number has the largest value. 

      

     Hink Pink for fun Do this for fun and I'll post the answers later in the day. 

     

    hink pink answer

     

     

    Day 1 

    Welcome to Distance Learning

     

    If there is anything you want to share with me you can do so through Office 365, email or Seesaw. 

     All Lessons will have the following format:

    Overview

    Estimated TIme

    Explanation of Activity

    3 Quick Things to know

    tasks

    Links

     

    math lesson for week 1

     

    Some days I will tpye them up here/ some days the links will appear like below. This is my first time doing this, so if something is off, please email me and be patient. 

    Day 1 Tuesday, March 17th

     

     

    Writing/S.S.: (combined)

    OVERVIEW: WOrk on writing piece for Social studies Ch 8 - Write a story set in the Midwest. 

    ESTIMATED TIME: 25 min

    EXPLANATION OF ACTIVITY: You have the direction sheet with the prompt (in your yellow or green folder). You have your organizer. YOu have your written draft (in your writer's notebook). Today's goal is to finish your draft. Reread and make sure you followed the directions - including the vocabulary words. 

    3 QUICK THINGS TO KNOW: You can finish drafting, revise in Blue/ Edit in red. 

    TASKS: keep working on your writing piece. If you are ready to you can start to type it up on Word and send it to me via office 365. 

    LINKS/ACTIVITY: Log on to TCI - through CLever to access the text book if you didn't bring yours home.

     

    Idiom of the day - Copy into your Writer's Notebook 

    bug eyed

    Meaning: with bulging eyes, as from astonish or amazement; amazed

    Example: I was bug eyed looking at her wedding dress and jewelry.

     

     

     

    Reading day 1

    math day 1