Fourth Grade Homework Sheet

Please read daily for one hour. The level goal for our fourth graders is level T

Mrs. Gayle-Barrett and Ms. Lawrence – Class 4-401
Ms. Townsend and Mrs. Pierre-Louis – Class 4-402

Mon - Fri, January 23 - 27, 2017

Day Assigment
Monday

Literacy – Write vocabulary definitions on your own words.

Math – Worksheet

Writing - Reading Passage (Multiple Choice Questions)

(Please read daily for one hour. The level goal for our fourth graders is level T)

Tuesday

Literacy – Write sentences for each of your vocabulary words.

Math – Worksheet

Writing - Reading Passage: Waiting at the bus stop and the Great Lunch Swap (Multiple Choice Questions)

(Please read daily for one hour. The level goal for our fourth graders is level T)

Wednesday

Literacy – Write the antonyms for each of your vocabulary words.

Math – Worksheet

Writing - Waiting at the bus stop and the Great Lunch Swap (Introduction, Restate and answer the question ONLY)

(Please read daily for one hour. The level goal for our fourth graders is level T)

Thursday

Literacy – Worksheet

Math - Worksheet

Writing - Waiting at the bus stop and the Great Lunch Swap (Complete extended Response)

(Please read daily for one hour. The level goal for our fourth graders is level T)

Friday

Literacy – Worksheet

Math – Worksheet

Writing – Reading Passage

Social Studies - Current Events. Please follow the outline given. Due on Monday, January 30, 2017.

(Please read daily for one hour. The level goal for our fourth graders is level T)

Important Notes
  1. Class 4-401 Gym Days: Monday and Wednesday
    Class 4-402 Gym Days: Tuesday and Friday
  2. Please be sure to have your child in their complete uniform and gym uniform on their gym days.
  3. Please continue to log on to Khan Academy for Math support
  4. Please have Scholars complete their reading logs daily

There are often times situations appear beyond our control. We understand when some of the students are missing homework due to death in the family or becoming ill. However, homework is another way to see if your child is understanding classwork. A note from home provides us with reasons why your child is missing homework BUT the homework still has to be made up and consequences may still occur. Late homework will also receive consequences (detention, missing an incentive, and most of all, low grades on test exams). We are encouraging students to complete all homework and hand it in on time. If your child is absent, homework still has to be made up. If your child comes home with a missing homework note, please sign and return it with the missing homework.
Thank You