Morgan Math Munchies (and more)
4th Grade Mrs. Miller
It has been a privilege to have had the opportunity to work with each and every one of your students this year. I like to look back over the course of the year and remind the students, and you as well, at the progress they have made. In September when I "previewed" a few of the topics we would learn about I got many groans. Long division, multiple-digit multiplication, and fractions are all topics that create anxiety for many students. Now when we do those problems students cheer because they know that they have conquered these anxieties and the processes as well. As your student heads to 5th grade and the middle school I hope that no matter what type of problem they come across, they will believe in themselves and know they have the foundation for success.
I would like to thank all parents for their support of math homework and fact practice this past year. More important than soccer, football, volleyball, or piano practice it helps build a stronger, deeper understanding of the concepts we have studied. Thank you for all you do!
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Butler Rural Electric Assembly
4th graders, who had been studying electricity, got a intriguing visit from Butler Rural Electric experts who educated them on the dangers of electricity in their world and how to handle emergencies with electricity.
Students dressed up in authentic historic Ohioans clothing and furs during our visit to Fort Ancient.
Using an Atlatl, a device to help throw an arrow, is not as easy as it looks.
Double Ball is a game played by early Ohioans using a stick and a double bag that is tossed back and forth.
As you can see from the above pictures we have had an amazing few weeks in May! 3 more days to go and they too will be a whirlwind. Awards are Tuesday and of course, Field day is Wednesday. Hope to see everyone this week!
Fourth grade fun day-circuits
Students made (and ate) circuits out of licorice, graham crackers and marshmallows.
4th grade Jeopardy
Students answered questions related to this past year's curriculum.
Always a favorite station!
Thank you to all the parents who helped make the field trip, the parties, fourth grade fun day, the vocabulary parade, and all the other events throughout the year possible. Morgan parents ARE the best!