### Grade 3

At this point the 3rd graders should be memorizing their 0-5 multiplication facts. They are taking fact drills on a daily basis. I would like to see every student pass their 2’s facts this week. You should see these drills coming home daily. I am noticing that some of the students are increasing their speed and accuracy. (Yay!) Once they pass their 2’s they will advance on to their 3’s and so on.

**Monday, October 3rd:**

Math: Multiplication and Arrays (Lesson 6A) and Use a Bar Diagram to Multiply (Lesson 6B) Worksheets pages 240-241. Chapter 4 Lessons 6-10, 12, and 6ABC Quiz Wednesday, 10/5.

Science: Chapter 11 Lesson 2 Test Thursday, 10/6 Please Review a little each night so that the studying doesn’t build up.

Religion: In place of Chapter 3 Test, the students will be doing a small project on Jesus’ Miracles in class next week.

**Tuesday, October 4TH:**

Math: Multiplication Stories (Lesson 6C) Worksheet page 242. Chapter 4 Lessons 6-10, 12, and 6ABC Quiz tomorrow.

Science: Chapter 11 Lesson 2 Test Thursday, 10/6.

Religion: Chapter 3 Test (possibly) Tuesday, 10/11.

**Wednesday, October 5th:**

Math: Factors and Product Workbook page 63.

Science: Chapter 11 Lesson 2 Test tomorrow.

Religion:

**Thursday, October 6th**

Math: Multiply Sixes Workbook page 64.

Science:

Religion:

**TENTATIVE TEST/PROJECT SCHEDULE:**

Math: Chapter 4 Lessons 6-10, 12, and Common Core Lesson 4-6 A-C Test Wednesday, 10/5. Please find samples in Math Workbook on pages 45-49, 51, and 179-184.

Science: Chapter 11 Lesson 2 Thursday, 10/6. Students should study notes, vocabulary, and any worksheets that have come home on solids, liquids, gases, evaporation, and condensation.

Religion: In place of Chapter 3 Test, the students we be doing a small project on Jesus’ Miracles in class.

### Grade 4

I am noticing the students need to freshen up on their multiplication facts. Please review these daily with your child. It is imperative that they memorize their facts. They will need to be able to recall these facts fluently in order to move on to long division. I have been giving the students 5 minute fact drills daily. Students should spend at least 15 minutes a night reviewing facts. We began with facts 0-3. Once they pass this drill they will move on to facts 0-4 and so on.

**Monday, October 3rd:**

Math: Subtract With Regrouping Workbook page 30 odd numbers.

Science: Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Test tomorrow.

**Tuesday, October, 4th:**

Math: Subtraction: Regroup Twice Workbook pae 31 odd numbers.

Science:

**Wednesday, October 5th:**

Math: Subtract Larger Numbers Workbook page 32 odd numbers.

Science:

**Thursday, October 6th:**

Math: Zeros In Subtraction Workbook page 33 odd numbers.

Science:

**TENTATIVE TESTS/PROJECTS SCHEDULE**

Math: Chapter 3 Lessons 3-1 to 3-5 Quiz Monday, 10/3.

Science: Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Test Tuesday, 10/4.