News from 4V
November and December have been filled with learning!
Book Clubs by Nick and Ryan
Math Vocabulary by Dwight and McKinley
Prime vs. Composite by Sarah and Maddy
Mulitiplication by Sean and Alex
Super 7 Division by Maggie O. and Marianna
Social Studies: Making Maps by Emma and Maggie S.
Pioneer Paragraphs by Bella and Aparna
In both pioneer times and today, much of the food is prepared by women.
Kids play instrument in pioneer times, too.
Women made all clothing back then, different from now when we buy clothes at the store.
Comparing and Contrasting Mythology by Sam and Cooper
We learned how to compare myths by characters and other things. In both there was a sleeping satyr in the garden bed. After the wish was granted everything Midas touched turned to gold! They both included someone or something turning into gold. Those are the ways that King Midas stories are compared and contrasted.
Point of View by Erika and Leah
We are going to tell you about third person point of view. Third person point of view is when the narrator is outside the story. He/She is not the main character. Some examples of third person point of view words are them, they, their, he, she, him, her, theirs. That is what third person point of view is.