News from Fourth Grade

Winter Break - School will resume Monday, January 4th, 2016!

Holiday Homework

While you enjoy your time off, there are just a few things I’d like you to work on :)

Reading: I challenge all of you to complete the Winter Break Reading Challenge! Every one of you should be reading at least 30 minutes a night anyway, so why not make it a little more fun by reading with your pet or in your pajamas or to a family member!

Please complete this challenge (in Friday Folder) and have it ready to turn in on Monday (1/4/16)!

Math: We can all always use a little math practice to keep our minds fresh! Use to work on math facts and IXL to practice skills we’ve been working on in class, like word problems (4th grade: B.2, C.2, E.2, F.2, F.4).

*OPTIONAL (in Friday Folder): The Twelve Days of Christmas word problem (due 1/4/16)*

Writing: Young Authors is quickly approaching! Over break, think about what you could write about and start making a plan.

Most of all, enjoying spending time with your family and friends! I can’t wait to see you all back in 2016!

Hour of Code

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This week students participated in the Hour of Code with Mrs. Sayre in the LRC. The students really enjoyed this activity and can continue to code by clicking on this link

Read more about coding on our Goodrich blog!


  • Winter Break: No School December 21st - January 3rd (School will resume on Monday, January 4th)
  • Tuesday, January 5th - Classroom Spelling Bee
  • Friday, January 8th - School Spelling Bee
  • Please remember that students are no longer allowed to bring in birthday treats. However, they may bring in a non-food item to share with their classmates on their birthday. There are 21 students in our classroom.

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In partnership with family and community, Woodridge School District 68 provides a comprehensive educational foundation for all children in a safe, caring environment, preparing them to be productive, responsible, and successful members of society.