Mrs. Imeri's Fourth Grade Class





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Welcome 
to
Mrs. Imeri's 4th Grade
CLASS 4-1
Room 201


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WE WELCOME TWO ELVES TO OUR CLASSROOM,

 CLUMSY & TWINKLES


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STAR STUDENTS

DAVID
SOPHIA



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Be sure to check your child's Take-Home folder,
planner and backpack each night.

Thank you.


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Homework assignments will be written in their planners
and posted on my class page.

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Be sure to check PowerSchool.  
Graded assignments will be sent home.


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Next EXTRA HELP session will be given on Wed., Dec. 12th
Pick up at 3:30 p.m. near lobby doors.

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PARENT-TEACHER
CONFERENCES

Thanks to all parents that attended the conferences.
I appreciate your time and support.



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SCHOLASTIC BOOKS
Next online order is due: 
CODE: NLWCV


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LOOKING AHEAD


UPDATED
SPECIALS SCHEDULE


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COMPUTER
MONDAY
9:10 - 9:50 a.m.

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SPANISH
MONDAY
12:30-1:10 p.m.



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MUSIC
TUESDAY
12:30 -1:10 p.m.


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LIBRARY
WEDNESDAY
1:10-1:50 p.m.


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MASS
WEDNESDAY
12:10-12:50 p.m.
Church
(unless First Friday Mass or Special Mass in hall)


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KEYBOARDING
THURSDAY
9:10 - 9:50 a.m.



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ART
THURSDAY
10:30 - 11:10 a.m.


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CHAPEL WITH DEACON JOE
EVERY OTHER TUESDAY
10:30 - 11:10 a.m.
(starts October 16th)


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PHYSICAL EDUCATION
FRIDAY  
1:10 -1:50 P.M.
TIME CHANGE


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SNACK
EVERY DAY
KEEP IT HEALTHY, PLEASE.




SUBJECTS


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RELIGION


ADVENT
ADVENT BEGINS ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2ND.
IT IS THE SEASON OF PREPARING FOR THE COMING OF JESUS.
IT IS A TIME OF GOOD DEEDS. EACH STUDENT WILL BE EXPECTED
TO LOG HIS/HER DAILY GOOD DEED.
See the Advent Calendar activity sheet., too.
 WE WILL LEARN ABOUT THIS VERY IMPORTANT LITURGICAL SEASON
IN OUR CATHOLIC FAITH.
THERE WILL BE AN ADVENT SERVICE FOR ALL SPS STUDENTS IN THE GYM EACH WEEK ON MONDAY MORNING DURING THE FOUR WEEKS OF ADVENT.

HOPE, LOVE, JOY & PEACE


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MATH



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Chapter 5
CHAPTER ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
How can you find factors and multiples, and how can you generate and describe number patterns?

Chapter Vocabulary:
factor, divisible, common factor, common multiple, composite #,
prime #, pattern, term


PRACTICE MULTIPLICATION FACTS!!!!

CHAPTER 5 TEST: TUESDAY, DEC. 18TH

EXTRA HELP: WED., DEC. 12TH


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WEATHER & THE WATER CYCLE




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ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

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The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
An entertaining chapter book about the
Herdman children who participate
in the church nativity pageant.


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A GIFT FOR BABY JESUS

We will listen to the song "The Little Drummer Boy",
read the lyrics carefully, and then write about a special
gift that we would like to have given Baby Jesus.
It must not be a material/tangible gift.
Ex. a talent (play the piano, sing, dance, etc.



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OPINION WRITING:

TOPIC: Does Santa's outfit need an update?


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 OPINION WRITING:
TOPIC:  
Is it better to give a gift or receive a gift?


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NO READING LOGS THIS WEEK

Independent reading is essential.
Students must read 20 minutes each night.  Kindly initial your child's reading log each night.
They must be neat and complete.  They are usually do on Friday each week.


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VOCABULARY

Vocabulary List #1 Quiz on Thursday, Dec. 13th
Format: multiple choice using the correct vocabulary word and sentences


  


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SOCIAL STUDIES



WE WILL SPEND A LOT OF TIME LEARNING ABOUT
 THE EARLY NEW YORKERS,
 THE ALGONQUIANS AND IROQUOIS.
(compare, contrast, essays, readings, projects, activities)

ESSAY:
ALGONQUIAN VS. IROQUOIS
Compare/Contrast Essay
in class on Friday, Dec. 14th
See graphic organizer, notes, handouts, and practice essay.

WRITING:
This wampum tells a story...
with accompanying wampum bead project.

We have a field trip scheduled to
Garvives Point Museum and Preserve
on Thursday, January 10th.
Details will be sent home and posted as the date approaches.



CHAPTER 2
THREE WORLDS MEET

BIG QUESTION:
How do people adapt to where they live?

Students will learn that:
-Native Americans adapted to their environment in many ways.
-Algonquians and Iroquois lived in what is now New York.
-Native American societies and European settlers influenced one another in different ways.
-The colony of New York was established for various reasons.
-American culture grew out of many different traditions, backgrounds, and cultures.

LESSON 1: ALGONQUIANS OF NEW YORK STATE
VOCABULARY: history, archaeologist, hunter-gatherer, wigwams, agriculture, trade, reservation

LESSON 2: THE IROQUOIS LEAGUE
VOCABULARY: longhouse, clan, clan mother, league, council, wampum, sachem, resolution

LESSON 3:  EUROPEANS EXPLORE NEW YORK
VOCABULARY:  explorers, voyage, Columbian Exchange, Northwest Passage, trading post,  colony, profit

LESSON 4: THE DUTCH & THE ENGLISH
VOCABULARY: culture, tolerance, investor, patroons, farmer, tenant, slavery, governor


DENTAL VISIT


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The Oral Hygienist from Dr. Mark Weinberg's Orthodontic Office
will visit with our students in the classrooms.
Postponed.