# Price's Press

## Calendar

February 12 - No School - Institute Day

February 15 - No School - Presidents Day

February 26 - Young Author books and Great America reading logs are due

## News You Can Use

Thank you to all of you who have signed up to donate items for the upcoming party.

The friendship party will be on February 10. We will be making something in class to collect Valentines. I have included a list in this newsletter with the names of the students.

I have included a link for the root word projects the students created. Next week we will use these projects to help review what was learned in the unit.

If you would like to order some books from Scholastic please click on the link below. I will be placing the order on Sunday.

## Literacy by Danny

Unfortunately, our literacy reporter was out at the end of the week so this portion has been written by Mrs. Price.

This week the students read the tall tale "Paul Bunyan" and learned about the features of tall tales, hyperbole, and generalizations. Since the students were learning about the features of tall tales, they are not writing a snippet of a tall tale. Mrs. Sheahan, formally Miss Finnan, came in and helped the students learn how to use a new technology tool, Storyboard That. This will be were the tall tales are written look for more to come with the tall tales. To practice the vocabulary this week each student used Google Drawing and wrote sentences with this week's words. Please see the included link for these projects.

There will be no spelling next week since it is a review week.

## Mrs. Price's Math Class

Next Tuesday the class will be taking a math test. We reviewed as a class on Thursday and Friday.

## Mrs. Hassels's Math Class by Kalyn

This is my news letter about what we did in Mrs. Hassles math class. On Monday we learned how to use a circle protractor to measure angles.On Tuesday we learned how to use a half circle protractor. On Wednesday we learned about the coordinate plane. Then on Thursday we learned about latitude and longitude. Finally on Friday we learned how to do partial quotients,(a division method) with a two digit dividend. Thanks for reading!

* A note from Mrs. Hassles - Please take a look at our Angle Clarisketches. In order to watch them, click on view original.

## P.E. by Eros

This is the P.E. newsletter.On Monday,we did fit day which is where we do stretches and exercise.We wear our pedometers to count the steps we take and the M.V.P.A. which means Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity.On Tuesday, we played a teamwork game called river rafts in the 4th grade multipurpose room.On Wednesday,there was no substitute for Mr.Lebar so we stayed in the classroom and did literacy and gonoodles. On Thursday,we played river rafts again but in the big gym.On Friday, we did a game called hula huts where we put hula hoops together to make a little hut and we try to knock it down with dodge ball balls.That's all we did this week.

## Music and Art by Iain

This week in art we finished painting our cities we are making. The rest of the week we did music. On Tuesday we played rumble ball. On Wednsday we had library. On Thursday we learned about time signatures. On Friday we played a game with time signatures.

## Science by Alex

Please look back for Alex's report.

## Skill Building by Crystal

Look back for our Skill Building report by Crystal.

Kyan

Daisy

Rachel

Grace

Danny

Crystal

Quinn

Mia

Lisa

Drake

Liam

Bharathi

Camryn

Alex

Eros

Zach

Iain

Jake

Elijah

Varshan

Jared

Kalyn

Davis

## Young Authors

Young Authors is in full swing for the year. Completed books are due to your child’s school no later than Friday, February 26th. Judging by community volunteers will take place the following week. Winning students who will represent Community District 158 at the Young Authors Conference will be notified prior to spring break. Below, please find guidelines for book submission, along with some general judging criteria. Please let your grade level representative know of any additional questions you may have.