4th Grade Happenings
What's going on in the 4th grade wing?
Sunday, September 13- Rosh Hashanah begins
Sunday, September 27- Family Fun Fest!
please refer to the SAS website for more info!
Welcome to 4th Grade!
We would like to sincerely thank you for your patience with morning and afternoon carpool! We know this is a major change, and we really appreciate your patience as we try to work through the kinks of the system. Remember, you can park and pick up your child by the 4th grade doors at 3:15 or send them to BTC if you prefer. THANK YOU so much!
Please remember that the whole 4th grade is NUT FREE. The students are receiving a healthy morning snack every day from SAGE. If you send in additional snacks, please be sure that they are totally nut free. Thank you!
We hope your student has been sharing his/her lunch experience! The food is fantastic, and the SAGE staff is working very hard to achieve maximum efficiency. We encourage the kids to try new foods, but we make sure that they are eating enough to sustain their energy for our busy days. Please ask if you have any questions about our fantastic new lunch program!
Figure Me Out!
We used all kinds of math expressions to share some basic information about ourselves, such as our age, our address, or even our parents' age (yikes!)
Using different shapes, we've written out our names. They all look so different and creative!
All our interests and activities make us who we are. We wrote some of our favorite things on each piece and put each other together!
Figure Me Out!
We will begin this year in Science with the study of the brain using The Mind That’s Mine curriculum created by Dr. Mel Levine. Within this unit the children will conduct a brain research, play Target Tag, and participate in a variety of hands on activities that explore how our brains work.
We are hoping to include a visit by a pathologist who will bring in a human brain for the students to examine.
There also will be an in-class project for the students to complete which will incorporate the use of Google Draw.
It will be an exciting start to the year in the world of Science!