Reading - read 20 mins, first book report due 12/20
Math - practice facts
Social Studies - study notes, Second Step HW with parent signature
Science - none
Spelling - ws, if chosen
Candy Grams will be taking place next week. Money is due by Friday if you would like to participate.
December 16-20 is Holiday Spirit Week. Stay tuned for the themes each day.
December 16 is Fourth Grade Holiday Program.
December 20 is Holiday Parties.
Every night, please practice your multiplication facts and read for 20 minutes.
- Knowing your math facts quickly and immediately will help you become more successful in learning and understanding two-digit by two-digit multiplication, long division, fractions, and decimals.
- Reading every night does not have to be sit on the couch or in a chair and read. This reading can be done outside under a shady tree, while riding in the car to and from extra curricular practices, or right before going to bed. Why do we ask for you to read every night? Reading a little every night helps increase vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency. Think of reading like weight training or practicing for your favorite extra curricular event. If you don't practice, you don't get better. Practicing a little every night makes you a stronger reader and you will be able to read harder and more difficult books. Also, reading 20 minutes does not have to be a book. You can read a magazine, the newspaper, an on-line article from your computer, tablet, or e-reader, or a comic book. Read something you enjoy and share with me your new discoveries! I can't wait to hear what interests you! :)