Mrs. Lynch 4th Grade Class

Tell me I forget. Teach me I remember. Involve me I learn.

Weekly News

We made it through NWEA testing! It was a long week of testing and I am very happy with how well each and everyone did. We will be doing some retakes on Monday and Tuesday next week for those that weren't able to test this week.

Our class has teamed up with the 2nd and 3rd grade class to help sell Little Caesar pizza kits to raise money for our classroom. Mrs. Cantrell and Myself have agreed on a goal of $2,000.00. If our classes can raise this amount we are going to take our students out for a movie reward. If your child can sell at least 5 pizza kits we will easily reach our goal. Thank you for your support in your child's education.

Here is a look at what we did this week:

In Reading:
We are learning how to use informational text to become an expert on a specific topic. Your child has chosen an article and they will be creating a power point to teach us what they learned. Ask them what they are reading you will be very impressed with the article they chose.

In Writing: I haven't finished grading your child's opinion essay yet, but it will be in next weeks Friday folder. This week we started understanding the difference between an opinion essay and a persuasive essay. Each child was asked to choose a topic that has two sides. The goal is to see if the writer can persuasive their readers into thinking how they do. I am excited to see how these essays unfold.

In Math: Chapter 3 math test is in this weeks Friday folder. We have started chapter 4 this week. This chapter will teach your child different strategies in division.

In Social Studies: We are still learning about each region within the United States. We have finished two regions and will be starting the Midwest on Tuesday.

Science: Our Animal unit is finally over. Your child's graded test is in their Friday folder. I am offering one do over to those students that would like to try to improve their test scores. Overall I was very pleased at how well everyone did. We will be starting our energy and movement unit and it will be lots of fun!!

Whats New!

Dates to Remember:

4th Grade Ski Trip - January 31st

I am still in need of two more chaperones for our ski trip. You will need to have your own equipment and have experience in skiing. Please contact me if you are available. Please help me make this fun experience a reality for these awesome 4th graders.

The Emmet County Historical Commission announces its’ annual Historical Essay Contest! Emmet County Elementary students in 3rd and 4th grade can win up to $100 by telling us the coolest part of our local history. For full details please refer to the attached press release and brochure.

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