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4th grade Cuccio Mrs. Cuccio

Tentative Homework/Quizzes/Tests/Projects for the Week of September 24th- September 28th.

Reminders:

  • ALL QUIZZES AND TESTS MUST BE CORRECTED BY THE STUDENT, SIGNED BY THE PARENT, AND RETURNED THE NEXT DAY.
  • September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We will be having a $2.00 “Gold/Yellow Attire” Dress Down Day on Tuesday, September 25th, to support children affected by cancer.
  • Vision Screening will be taking place on Tuesday, September 25th, for Grades K-8.
  • Class Magazines $19.00 due ASAP.

Week at a Glance:

Religion: 

In Chapter 2, the students will learn that Jesus teaches the way to happiness through the Beatitudes.  This week, we will be completing a project in school in place of a Chapter 2 Test.

Social Studies: 

In Chapter 1 Lesson 3, students will explain the difference between a hemisphere and a continent; describe the location of New York in terms of hemispheres, continents, and countries; identify the five regions of the United States, and the region in which New York is located.

ELA:

Grammar:  This week, the students will identify the four different kinds of sentences, and use the four different kinds of sentences in writing and speaking.

Spelling:

Spelling Words:

Short e and Long e

1.)  west                    11.)  speck    

2.)  steep                   12.)   kept 

3.)  member              13.)   cheap

4.)  gleam                  14.)  pretend

5.)  fresh                    15.)  greed

6.)  freedom               16.)  shelf

7.)  speed                   17.)  least 

8.)  steam                   18.)  eager

9.)  beast                     19.)  reason

10.) believe                 20.)  chief

Short e can be spelled with

an e followed by a consonant:  west, self

Long e can be spelled with

ee: steep                       ea:  gleam                ie:  believe

 

Writing:  This week, students will be using transition words and phrases to make clear descriptions and will draft a descriptive paragraph.

 

Reading: 

This week, we will be reading My Brother Martin:  A Sister Remembers Growing up with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King by Christine King Farris. In this story, we will analyze an author’s purpose, learn about and explain historical events, and identify and understand an author’s use of idioms.  We will also read Langston Hughes: A Poet and a Dreamer.  The students will learn how Langston Hughes used poetry to strive for civil rights, and they will identify a poet’s main message.

 

Math:  In Chapter 1 students will:

  • Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right.
  • Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
  • Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place.
  • Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
  • Use the strategy draw a diagram to solve comparison problems with addition and subtraction.

 

 

Homework for the Week of September 24th– September 28th :

Monday, 9/24:     

1.)  Social Studies:  Complete Where is New York? worksheet page 6 due Thursday, 9/27.  Chapter 1 Lesson 3 (brief) Quiz Friday, 9/28.  Study notes and Worksheet page 6.

2.)  Math:  Add Whole Numbers Lesson 1.6 pages 41-42.

3.)  Spelling:  Write the words that were incorrect on your Pretest three times each.  Short e and Long e Quiz Friday, 9/28.

4.)  Grammar:  Complete page 19 Declarative and Interrogative Sentences in Reader’s Notebook.

 

Tuesday, 9/25: 

1.)  Social Studies:  Complete Where is New York? worksheet page 6 due Thursday, 9/27.  Chapter 1 Lesson 3 (brief) Quiz Friday, 9/28.  Study notes and Worksheet page 6.

2.)  Math:  Subtract Whole Numbers Lesson 1.7 pages 47-48.  Chapter 1 (Lessons 1-8) Test Tuesday, 10/2.  Study Practice and Homework found at the end of each lesson, the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint, and the Chapter 1 Review/Test. 

3.)  Spelling:  Write clear complete sentences for words 1-10.  Give detail in your sentences!! (5 or more words)  Short e and Long e Quiz Friday, 9/28.   

4.)  Grammar:  Complete page 20 Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences in Reader’s Notebook.

 

Wednesday, 9/26:

1.)  Social Studies:  Complete Where is New York? worksheet page 6 due tomorrow.    Chapter 1 Lesson 3 (brief) Quiz Friday, 9/28.  Study notes and Worksheet page 6.

2.)  Math:  Problems Solving- Comparison Problems with Addition and Subtraction Lesson 1.8 pages 51-52.  Chapter 1 (Lessons 1-8) Test Tuesday, 10/2.  Study Practice and Homework found at the end of each lesson, the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint, and the Chapter 1 Review/Test. 

3.)  Spelling:  Write clear complete sentences for words 11-20.  Give detail in your   sentences!! (5 or more words)  Short e and Long e Quiz Friday, 9/28.   

4.)  Grammar:  Complete page 21 Four Kinds of Sentences in Reader’s Notebook.

 

Thursday, 9/27:

1.)  Social Studies:  Chapter 1 Lesson 3 (brief) Quiz Friday, 9/28.  Study notes and Worksheet page 6.

2.)  Math:  Chapter 1 Review pages 55-56.  Chapter 1 (Lessons 1-8) Test Tuesday, 10/2.  Study Practice and Homework found at the end of each lesson, the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint, and the Chapter 1 Review/Test. 

3.)  Spelling:  Complete Proofreading for Spelling in Reader’s Notebook page 18.  Short e and Long e Quiz tomorrow.   

4.)  Grammar:  Complete Kinds of Sentences pages 8-9 in the orange Grammar Workshop book.

 

Friday, 9/28:

1.)  Math:  Chapter 1 (Lessons 1-8) Test Tuesday, 10/2.  Study Practice and Homework found at the end of each lesson, the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint, and the Chapter 1 Review/Test.