Family Fun Night Basket
Our classes Family Fun Night Basket themes are: Montana Made and Adventure. We will have 2 baskets for students to choose which theme they support. Please send items that can be added to either basket. Also, if you are able to seeking donations, please send the donations to school.
I sent home letters today informing you of how you can access PowerSchool. Please know, I will only enter assessments and identify when an assignment is collected.
Ms. Waddell and the 4th graders will present a Veteran's Day program on Friday, November 10th at 8:45 AM for all parents.
The essential question this week in reading is: How can science help you understand how things work? Students will learn about forces in motion as they read narrative nonfiction texts. Students are able to easily engage in the topic as they learn about foces in motion in a story format.
Students will take the chapter 1 knowledge demonstration to show proficiency with place-value, addition, and subtraction. As we complete chapter 1, students will begin learning about multiplication. Students will look at how we can use multiplicative comparison in solving problems.
Our journey with energy continues as students apply their understanding of kinetic and potential energy. Students begin building their first model with their groups to demonstrate how a pendulum can show potential and kinetic energy.
Students will need to explain their understanding of forces and motion as read in our weekly readers.
After Wednesday, students are to tell the multiplication equation for the multiplicative comparison statement: 4 times as many as 7 is _____.
I look forward to another wonder week of learning adventures!