Fourth Grade News

Week of February 9-13

Valentine's Day

Just a reminder that on Friday, students can bring Valentines for their classmates. We will exchange at the end of the day, and they will place them in their backpack and take home to enjoy. The valentines CAN have candy or snack attached. However, we will not be accepting any additional treats or snacks for the class that day, as there is not an actual party. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.

COME EAT AT CULVER'S ON THURSDAY NIGHT TO SUPPORT CREEKMOOR 4th GRADERS!!

Don't forget if you signed up to work on Thursday, the students will need to have a parent working along side of them. Even if you are not working that night, please stop by. A portion of the proceeds go to 4th graders here at Creekmoor, for the End of the Year Party!

Upcoming CAN Drive on February 9th

Monday, Feb. 9

Make It a Meal--Donate cans of soup, individual bowls of ravioli or other pastas.


Tuesday, Feb. 10-

Take a Break--Donate snack items like granola bars, snack crackers, cups of applesauce or fruit cups.


Wake Up Wednesday, Feb. 11--

Donate breakfast items like individual cereals and oatmeal packets.


Thirsty Thursday, Feb. 12--

Donate shelf stable milk in individual box serving sizes or 32 oz boxes.


Friday, Feb. 13 -

You C.A.N. be our Valentine--Donate your favorite "couple" like peanut butter and jelly, mac'n cheese or cheese-stuffed crackers

Calling ALL Creekmoor Talent!

Friday, March 27th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm is our annual Talent Show. Make sure you attend the Preview Night on Thursday, March 12th at 6:00pm, if you are planning to perform.

Important Dates:

February 12 - 4th Grade Culver's Night

February 16 - No School

February 17 - No School; Professional Development

March 3 - Book Fair Grandparent Breakfast

March 12 - Preview night to prep for talent show at 6 pm.

March 13 - Spring Parties

March 16-20 Spring Break

March 26 - Picture Day

March 27 - Talent Show @ 6:30

Next Week's Learning Targets:

Reading:

I can describe the overall structure of events, ideas, concepts, or information in a text or part of a text.


Writing:

I can develop text types with a purpose: Opinion.


Math:

I can apply previous understanding of multiplication to multiply a fraction by whole numbers.


Social Studies:

I can describe the contributions of a non-Misourian. I can describe reform movements that affect the history of Missouri and the U.S.

Reading Logs/Tic Tac Toe

We wanted to remind everyone that the Reading Logs and Tic Tac Toes are an ongoing expectations. New logs are sent home each Friday in the Take Home Folder. We recommend the students read 120 minutes per week AND fill out the Tic Tac Toe questions on the back for continued improvement of their reading skills.