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December 6-10

Monday:  Winter Program 6:00 PM, kids report to the auditorium at the HS at 5:40

Tuesday: Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Wednesday:  2:00 dismissal 

Reading:  Poetry

Students will read through poetry and prose.  

Each student will pick a poem to perform for the class.

Score for 4.R4F.04B Accuracy, Rate, and Expression

Cursive: page 30-31 written responses in cursive, focus on connections of letters

Spelling:  none

TTL4: catch up to L10

Fluency: Snow Day (poetry)

Grammar:  none

Social Studies:  5 Regions of the U.S. Seesaw activities slides 6-10 

 

Math:  factors, prime and composite numbers, begin fractions

Second Step:  L7 Conversations and Compliments

Science:  finish plant and animal structure papers 

 

November 29 - December 3

Reading:  Animals All Around / How are writers inspired by animals? 

Stories:  (poetry) : Dog / The Sandpiper / Fog

Skills:  vocab, point of view and details, poetry, meter and rhyme, figurative language, suffixes, contractions

Wonders test:  A Visit to the Zoo 6 questions

Wonders essay / writing:  A Visit to the Zoo (setting)

Spelling:  U2 W5 suffixes

Cursive:  page 28-29 review strokes

TTL4: A3

Fluency:  U2 W5 Deer

Grammar U2 W5 Subject nouns

 

Math:  complete 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication

           begin factors

 

Science:  written papers about plant and animal structures

Social Studies: begin the 5 regions of the United States

 

Second Step L6 Understanding Different Perspectives

 

November 22-23

Reading: Adaptations / What helps an animal survive?  

Use this time to complete the science writing about plant and animal structures

Thankful activities

 

Wrap up the materials for U2 W4

Spelling:  wrap up U2 W4  r-controlled vowels / begin U2 W5 

Cursive: catch up page 26-27 strokes that curve over n, m

TTL4: catch up lesson 9

Fluency:  Thanksgiving

Grammar wrap up U2 W4 Possessive nouns / begin U2 W5

Begin poetry

 

Math:  continue 2 digit by 2digit multiplication

 

Science:  written assignment 1 paragraph each about plant and animal structures.  Must have an introductory and concluding sente. ce. 

 

November 15 - 19, 2021

 

Reading: Adaptations / What helps an animal survive?  

Stories:  (expository and trickster tale):  Animal Adaptations / Spiders / Anansi and the Birds

Skills:  vocab, main idea and details, expository text, prefixes, r-controlled vowels, suffixes

Wonders test:  Fireworms 9 questions

Wonders essay / writing:  Fireworms main idea and details

 

Spelling:  U2 W4  r-controlled vowels

Cursive:  page 26-27 strokes that curve over n, m

TTL4: lesson 9

Fluency:  U2 W4 The Birds

Grammar U2 W4 Possessive nouns

 

Math:  2 digit by 2 digit multiplication 

 

Science:  plant and animal structures finish the unit by Thanksgiving break

 

 

 

November 8-12

Classroom counseling this week

Large group data team- 4th grade has no students

 

Reading:  Natural Connections / How are all living things connected? 

Stories( narrative nonfiction / expository text): Rescuing Our Reefs / The Buffalo Are Back / Energy in the Ecosystem

Skills:  vocab / main idea and details / narrative nonfiction / context clues / 3-letter blends / comparative -er  and superlative -est

Wonders test:  Coral Reef

Wonders essay / writing:  main idea  and details

 

Math:  Area and 2 digit x 2 digit

 

Second Step:  L5 Understanding Complex Feelings

 

Spelling:  U2 W3 3-letter blends

Cursive:  page 24-25 lower case o, a, c,d

TTL4:  lesson 8

Fluency:  A Worm’s Work

Grammar U2 W3 irregular nouns

 

Science:  dissecting labs

 

November 1-5

Monday: picture retakes / Mrs. Isaac will be gone

 

Reading

Stories (drama):  The Ant and the Grasshopper / Ranita, The Frog Princess / The Moonlight Concert

Skills: vocab, clue-theme, drama, antonyms, digraphs, possessives 

Wonders test:  The 3 Mie

Essay /written:  Describe the 1st mouse

 

Spelling: U2 W2 digraphs

Cursive: page 22-23 write and read manuscript and cursive words, strokes that curve down

TTL4: lesson 7

Fluency:  The Crow and the Pitcher

Grammar:  U2 W2 Singular and Plural nouns

Second Step: L4 Respecting Similarities and Differences

 

Math:  Multiplication 4 digit by 1 digit

 

Science: Animal structures including the 5 senses 

 

October 25-29

Book Fair

Conferences on Monday and Thursday 

Thursday 2:00 dismissal

No school on Friday

Reading:  Leveled Reader “The Prince Who Could Fly” (RL.4.7) with individual conferences

Conference folders and materials organized and prepared

Fall activities

Intervention groups

Read aloud

 

TTL4:  L6

Cursive:  page 20-21 lower case i, t, e, l

Fluency:  U2 W2 Grant and the Flower Stem

 

Math:  multiplication practice all week 2 digit by 1 digit, 3 digit by 1 digit, 4 digit by 1 digit

 

 

 

October 18-22

National School Bus Safety Week

 

Reading:  U2 W1 Amazing Animals / What can animals teach us?  

What are some messages in animal stories?

Stories (folktales and fables):  The Fisherman and the Kaha Bird / The Secret Message / The Fox and the Goat

Skills:  vocab, details / theme, folktales, root words, prefixes, inflectional endings 

Wonders test and writing 

 

Math: 

M: M5 L1 Represent multiplication pg 101-104

T: M5 L2 Distributive Property to Multiply page 105-108

W: practice pages 119-124

Th: M5 L3 Multiply Using Expanded Form page 109-112

F: M5 L4 Using Partial Products page 113-116

 

Spelling:  U2 W1 prefixes

Cursive:  page 19 strokes that curve up

TTL4: A2

Fluency:  Anansi and His Children  

Second Step:  L3 Being Assertive

 

Science:  Plant Structures Investigations B, C, D

 

October 11-15

Monday:  no school for students, PD 

National School Lunch Week

Mrs. Hospo with School Counseling this week

 

Reading:  U1 W6 Personal narratives this week

Write about an experience that was challenging (hard, difficult, frustrating, exhausting) OR interesting (fun to know and learn about, exciting, fascinating, inspiring) to you.  You choose your topic and introduce it to the reader in your introductory sentence. 

The Writing Process:  Prewriting, writing, revising, editing, and printing

Wrap up materials from Unit 1

Literature read aloud

Menu presentations 

 

Spelling:  look at information from U1 and reorganize spelling groups if needed

Cursive:  page 18 review

TTL4:  lesson 5

Fluency:  real and nonsense words 

 

MATH:

Monday: Professional Development Day  

Tuesday:  Module 4 / Lesson 2 in workbook   

“Explore Division Patterns with 10’s, 100’s, and 1000’s”   WB Pages 81 - 84

Wednesday:  Module 4 / Lesson 3 in workbook   

“Estimate Products by 1-Digit Numbers”  WB Pages  85 - 88

Thursday:  Module 4 / Lesson 4 in workbook   

“Estimate Quotients Using Compatible Numbers”   WB Pages  89 - 92

Friday: Module 4 / Lesson 5 in workbook  

“Use Mental Math Strategies for Multiplication and Division”   WB Pages  93 - 96

 

Science: 

Plants and Animals are Structured to Survive

Lesson 3 Plant Structures

    • Dry bean vs. soaked bean

    • Students should recognize that the seed coat needs to be hard to protect the embryo from animals or weather.  

  • Investigation B: Do Plants Have Structural Adaptations? Students identify common external plant structures and identify structures that are unique based on the plants’ adaptations.

      • Use your photo card set to discuss tulip, sequoia tree, carnivorous, and spiny/thorny plants.

         

 

Second Step

Lesson 2   Listening With Attention

 

 

October 4-8 

School Pictures October 

 

Reading:  U1 W5 Putting Ideas to Work / How can starting a business help others?  

Stories:  persuasive articles and procedural text 

Dollars and Sense / Kinds in Business / Starting a Successful Business

Skills:  vocab, main idea and details, persuasive article, suffixes, long o, and compound words

Wonders test:  Open for Business, 9 questions, meanings of words, word parts, synonyms

Essay / Written: main idea and details

TTL4: lesson 4

Cursive: page 17 Taking tests / Review

Spelling: U1 W5 long o

Fluency: A Helping Hand

Grammar:  U1 W5 Run on sentences, sentence fragments, run-on sentences

 

Math:   

M:  Module 3 Lesson 2   Multiplicative and Additive Comparisons WB Pages 57 - 60 

T:  Module 3 Lesson 3  Use Division to Solve Multiplicative Comparison Problems    WB Pages 61 - 64

W:  Module 3 Lesson 4  Use Comparisons to Solve Problem Situations  WB Pages  65 - 68

Th:  Module 3 Lesson 5   Solve Multistep Problems with Multiplication and Division  WB Pages  69 - 72

F: Module 4 Lesson 1 Explore Multiplication Patterns with Tens, Hundreds, and Thousands  WB Pages  77 - 80

 

Science: 

Plants and Animals are Structured to Survive / Seesaw Activities

M:  Can You Label the Structures?

T: Meat-Eating Plants

W: How Do Seeds Become Plants?

Th: Fall Poetry

 

Second Step

Lesson 1  Empathy and Respect

Song:  “Walk, Walk, Walk.  Walk in their shoes.”

 

September 27-October 1

MAP testing this week:  M-T reading, W-Th math, F: makeup tests

Classroom counseling with Mrs. Hospo and Sadie this week

 

Reading:  U1 W4 Ideas in motion / How can science help you understand how things work?  

Stories: narrative nonfiction and science fiction 

The Big Race / A Crash Course in Forces and Motion with Max Axiom, Super Scientist / The Box-Zip Project

Skills:  vocab, cause and effect graphic organizer, narrative nonfiction, context clues, long i and inflectional endings

Written assessment:  Pedal Power Main idea and Details 4.RI.01 and 4.RI.02

Wonders test:  Pedal Power, synonyms 

 

TTL4:  A1

Cursive:  page 16 reading cursive and writing in manuscript 

Spelling:  U1 W4 long i

Fluency:  A Firehouse Lesson 

Grammar: U1 W4 clauses, complex sentences, punctuation, proofreading

 

Math:  Addition and Subtraction of Large Numbers        4.NBT.04 

Monday:   Formative 3 assessment for subtraction

Tuesday:Summative assessment for addition and subtraction

Wednesday:No math core due to MAP math testing

Thursday: No math core due to MAP math testing

Friday: Module 3 Lesson 1 in workbook

 “Explore Multiplicative Comparisons”  WB Pages 53 - 56  

 

September 20-24

Wednesday:  2:00 dismissal 

 

Reading U1 W3 Take Action / How do people respond to natural disaster? 

Written assessment: How Quakes Work (main idea 4.RI.01 / 4.RI.02)

Wonders test:  All Shook Up (5 questions) 

Stories expository text:  A World of Change / Tornado / Earthquakes

Skills:  vocab, compare and contrast, expository text, multiple meaning words, long e, plurals

Wonders test/essay:  All Shook Up / Main idea details 4.RI.01 and 4.RI.02

 

Math:  continued practice and 1-on-1 work with addition and subtraction of large numbers

 

Cursive: pg 14-15 the cursive alphabet

Spelling:  U1 W3 long e

Fluency: Rising Waters

TTL4: lesson 3

 

Science: Plants and Animals are Structured to Survive

Social Studies:  hemispheres / equator / prime meridian, states in the U.S. and capital cities

 

 

September 13-17

Homecoming Week and activities

Constitution Day

No School on Friday for students

 

Math: Addition and Subtraction of large numbers

 

Writing/Grammar:

U1W2 Subjects, predicates, sentences, and proofreading for punctuation.  

 

 

Science:  Plants and animal structures, germinating seeds in a bag.  

 

Constitution Day required lesson

 

Fluency:  Compound Words

Type to Learn L2

Cursive: page 12-13 Manuscript to cursive:  lowercase and capital letters

Spelling:  U1 W2 long a continued / spelling test on Thursday

 

Reading U1 W2  Think of Others / How do your actions affect others?

Stories (expository text and realistic fiction)

The Talent Show / Experts, Incorporated / Speaking Out to Stop Bullying

Skills:  vocab, problem solution graphic organizer, realistic fiction, idioms, long a and inflectional endings

Wonders test: 10 questions with sequence of events, story order, idioms, and problem solution

Essay/Written Response:  3 Acts of Kindness supported with text evidence

 

 

September 6-10

Monday:  no school/Labor Day

 

Math:

Tuesday: M1/L4  Compare and Order Numbers  WB 19 - 22

Wednesday:  M1/L5   Use Place Value Understanding to Round Numbers  WB 23  - 26

Thursday:  M2/L1   Add Whole Numbers and Assess Reasonableness  WB 31 - 34

Friday: M2/L2    Subtract Whole Numbers and Assess Reasonableness  WB 35 - 38

 

Reading 

U1 W2 This week’s focus is on our leveled reader Rosa’s Garden / getting information from a picture and supporting your conclusions with information from the text.  (4.RI.07)

Fluency:  Cyber Bully

 

Assessments in Fastbridge:  AUTOread AND aReading

 

Writing/Grammar:

U1W2

Grammar: 

  • Subjects and Predicates

  • Simple, Complete, Compound Subjects and Predicate

  • Punctuation for compound subjects and predicates 

  • Proofread for punctuation

Writing: 

  • Some students still need to finish revising and publishing the final draft of the friendly letter, then deliver those to recipients.

  • Students may also have free writing time to write in their journals

  • Extra practice writing “essays” describing a character for weekly wonders tests as needed


Cursive

Spelling:  U1 W2 long a, (2 weeks), test next week 

Social Studies: intro, geography of the US

 

Science: none this week

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August 30-September 3, 2021

Reading 

Unit 1:  Think it through / Concept:  Clever Ideas 

Big Idea:  Where do good ideas come from?  How can a challenge bring out our best? 

Genre:  Fairy tales and Fables

Skills:  vocab, sequence, character and setting, synonyms, short vowels, inflectional endings

Spelling:  short vowels

Fluency: Coyote’s  Song

Wonders assessment:  Describe the character, Dan 

 

Writing/Grammar:

Grammar: sentence structure and sentence fragments

 

 

 

Writing: continue writing the friendly letter from last week.  

  • Revise and write a second draft.  

  • Show “Austin’s Butterfly” video to discuss revising, feedback, and growth mindset. 

  • See last week’s plans for features of a friendly letter.

 

Math: 

Monday and Tuesday, August 30, 31:  Continuation of previous week’s concepts

Wednesday, Sept. 1 Module 1 Lesson 1 Understand Place Value Relationships  WB Pgs. 5-10

Thursday, Sept. 2 Module 1 Lesson 2 Read and Write Numbers WB Pgs. 11-14

Friday, Sept. 3 Module 1 Lesson 3 Regroup and Rename Numbers WB Pgs. 15-18

 

Cursive:  review manuscript 

Type to Learn: bookmark site

Second Step:  Wait to start.  Complete FAST screening process, Meet individually with students to administrer the PAST (Phonological Awareness Screening Test - Kilpatrick), begin FAST progress monitoring of persistently at-risk students this week. 

 

Social Studies: intro, geography of the US

Science: intro, structures

 

August 23-27

The first week of school. 

 

4th Grade Schedule

2021-2022

 Mrs. Isaac  

8:05-8:20

Attendance, Lunch Count, Pledge 

8:20-9:00

Specials:  M: PE        T: Music        W: Art

                 Th:  PE      F:  Music

9:05-10:05

Math

10:05-10:20

snack/milk

10:20-11:00

Specials        M:  Art     Th:  Media

 

                      T / W / F:  Science / Social Studies / 2nd Step 

11:05-11:15

Silent Reading

11:20-12:00

Lunch / Recess

12:05-1:05

Reading

1:05-1:20

Recess

1:25-2:00

Writing/Grammar

2:05-3:00

 

 

2:25-3:00

Reading and Math Interventions / Enrichment

Cursive, TTL4, prodigy

 

*Title 1 with Mrs. Fairley

3:00-3:10

Clean up, pack bags, bathroom

3:10-3:15

Load bus

3:15

Dismiss walkers / car riders when bus leaves

 

4th Grade Adjusted Schedule / 2:00 Dismissal

Mrs. Isaac 

8:05-8:30

 Attendance, Lunch count, Pledge

8:30-9:00

Specials       W:  Art                 Th:  PE

9:05-10:05

Math

10:05-10:20

Snack

10:20-11:00

Science/Social Studies/Second Step

11:05-11:15

Silent Reading

11:15-12:00

Lunch/Recess

12:05-1:05

Reading

1:05-1:55

Interventions

1:55-2:00

Prepare for Dismissal

2:00

Dismiss bus riders

Dismiss walkers/car riders after bus pulls away

 

 

2021-2022 School Calendar

 

Open House for our class is on Wednesday, August 18 from 4:30-6:00 instead of the 19th with the rest of the buildings because I have a family commitment.  You're still able to come into the classroom on the 19th, but I won't be there to meet students.  

 

2021-2022 4B Class List

Axel Arriaga-Rangel

Za'Viar Bland

Blake Chapman

Braydon Cigrand

Alyvia Devaney

Zoe Etringer

Roselynn Foster

Gavin Gogel

Ajay Jamison

Beckett Kahler

Declan Kauder

Isabelle Luensman

Jack McElmeel

Winry Mettler

Kennedi Norton

Ronny Olivarez

Eli Reyner

Roslynne Russ

Harper Russell

Nick Schlarmann

Sutton Smith

Cooper Yonkovic

Ivy Young

Adults in the room:  Ms. Jesiee, Ms. Taylor, and Mrs. Isaac

 

Spelling Lists

Unit 1

Spelling Unit 1 Week 1.pdf

Spelling Unit 1 Week 2.pdf

Spelling Unit 1 Week 3.pdf

U1 Wk4 updated.docx

Spelling Unit 1 Week 5.pdf

 

Unit 2

Unit2Week1 Spelling.pdf

Unit 2 Week 2.docx

Unit 2 Week 3 Three letter blends.docx

Unit 2 Week 4 r controlled vowels.docx

Unit 2 Week 5 Suffixes.docx

 

Unit 3

Unit 3 Week 1 Spelling.docx

Unit 3 Week 2 Spelling.docx

Unit 3 Week 3 Spelling.docx

Unit 3 Week 4 Spelling.docx

Unit 3 Week 5 Spelling.docx

 

Unit 4

Sp. U4 Wk 1 Inflectional endings.docx

Sp. U4 Wk 2 inflectional endings y to i.docx

Sp. U4 Wk 3 words with u sound.docx

Sp. U4 Wk 4 diphthongs oi and ou.docx

Sp. U4 Wk 5 variant vowel o.docx

 

Unit 5

U5 Wk 1 Closed syllables.docx

U5 Wk 2 Open syllables.docx

U5 Wk 3 Vowel Teams.docx

U5 Wk 4 r-controlled vowel syllables.docx

U5 Wk 5 consonant + le syllables.docx

 

Unit 6

U6 Wk 1 Words with en.docx

U6 Wk 2 Homophones.docx

U6 Wk 3 prefixes.docx

U6 Wk 4 Suffixes.docx

U6 Wk 5 Prefixes and suffixes.docx

 

How to Use Google Docs at Home:  GoogleDocsatHome.pdf

 

Good math websites that are free:

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math.htm

http://www.mathnook.com

http://www.ixl.com

http://www.multiplication.com

 

Type to Learn 4

go to:  Sunburst Digital

code:  161043

Username:  (individual to each student)

password:  panthers1

 

EMAIL

My email is: steph.isaac@monticello.k12.ia.us 

 

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