B6 - Weekly Newsletter

Monday, May 21 -  Friday, May 25, 2018

B-6 Parents and Students:
Be sure to look through your student’s white envelope! This week there are several flyers and student work samples. Graded items include the Ecosystem Essay.

Science Projects - science experiments are be complete! Students will present in class next week. All 4th grade projects will be displayed in the Superdome Tuesday & Wednesday of the last week of school (June 5 & 6).

Music Notes:
If students want to keep their recorders at the end of the school year, please send in $3 in cash.  Recorders that are purchased will be sent home Wednesday, June 6.
Please come to the 4th grade music recital Wednesday May 30 at 1:00. All classes will perform in the SuperDome. You will be impressed!

Thanks to the many of you who came to Art Show and Open House! students were proud that you visited their classroom.

We will be having a 4th Grade End of the Year Party!  The teachers are going to host a low-key end of the year event for our classes. It is “Bring your own blanket”—on Tuesday, June 5. We will lay on the grass, sign year books, play board games, enjoy our friends, and drink root beer floats.  4th graders only please!

Also, our class will be having a talent show in class on Wednesday, June 6!  No talent is too small, and students need to notify me by Friday, June 1 of what talent they will be performing. Any questions, ask your student or send me an email.

This week’s agenda included:

Math

Students completed Origo unit 12.

Writing

Students completed their group Ecosystems project, and their science project.

Literature

Students read a second source for social studies.

Social Studies

Students completed chapter 11.

**NO school Monday, May 28**
Agenda for Tuesday, May 29 - Friday, June 1, 2018:

Math

Students will take the Origo unit 12 test Tuesday, May 29; we will begin a unit on money skills (percentages, sales tax, discounts).

Literature

Students will read “Porquoi Tales”, focusing on defining unknown words using context clues.

Writing

Students will write their own Porquoi Tale.

Social Studies

Students will read begin Chapter 12 (there will be no test, just a project in class).

Science

Students will participate in lab, exploring How Seeds Travel.

Reminders and Looking Ahead:


May 30, 4th Grade Music Recital - 1:00
June 5, Tuesday - Full day of school, dismissal 2:50
June 7, Thursday - Last day of school; minimum day dismissal 1:10

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