Torres & Avirett 18-19

Week of 8/20/18

Looking for a few helping hands

Next Tuesday is the 4th Day of 4th Grade. We are looking for a couple of creative parents that can work magic with butcher paper and make a backdrop for our team on Monday so that we can take individual pictures of the kids on Tuesday. We could also use help taking pictures on Tuesday. If you can help out,​ please let Mr. Avirett or Ms. Torres know.

A Note from Mr. Avirett

I have given the students an activity to be completed over the weekend. I asked them to take their writing journal home to decorate. We will be using the writing journal everyday this year. The goal is for them to have something that is personal to them, which will allow them to feel comfortable enough to share all their thoughts.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions. I will do my best to check my email at some point over the weekend to address any wonderings.

4th Grade items of Note

Specials 9:25 - 10:15

Lunch 11:45 - 12:15

Recess 1:10 - 1:40

Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to use throughout the day. Your child may bring a snack (or two) to eat during our working snack time.

Important Dates

8/30 Curriculum Night @ 5:30 & 6:15

9/3 Labor Day - No School

Our Learning Targets

Math: This week students will review models of multiplication using number lines, ratio tables, rectangular arrays, and area models to solve word problems.

Science: Students will review states of matter and take a close look at different types of sugar to compare and contrast particle size. Students will also measure and compare the mass of a variety of objects using a triple beam balance.

Reading: Students will be able to identify the sequence of a narrative story in order to build an effective summary.

Writing: Students will be able to generate topics for writing through a range of strategies. They will also be able to edit for complete sentences by identifying a complete subject and predicate.

Social Studies: Students will use geographic tools to collect, analyze, and interpret data relating to Texas’ place in the world.

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