Children become better readers, speakers and listeners when those around them model those skills. Please encourage reading of all types – books, newspapers, and magazines. Discussions based on television, news accounts, or daily activities, where you ask the child to support his or her opinion, will help develop self-confidence and higher level thinking.
We ask you to provide a quiet atmosphere for homework, and encourage a responsible attitude towards the completion of assignments.
If, at any time, you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
FOURTH GRADE OVERVIEW
December 3 & 8 (day & evening)
March 3 & 8
ASSESSMENTS: PSSA (ELA, Math, Science)
PARTIES: Halloween – October, Winter Holiday – December
Valentine – February, End of Year – June
Language Arts: Reading & Writing - McGraw Hill Wonders
Mathematics: Everyday Math
Social Studies: Multiple Resources – Regions of the USA – Government
Science: Harcourt plant and animal life, electricity, and ecology
POSSIBLE FIELD TRIPS: Perkiomen Watershed
Ms Folda Mrs Stephan Ms O'Connor Mr Donovan