Mrs. Imeri's Fourth Grade Class


DRESS DOWN DAY ON MONDAY, JAN. 14TH
for a donation for a SPS family in need right now.
THANK YOU!


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




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SPS will be closed on Monday, Jan. 21st
in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.


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STAR STUDENTS

Frank
James


REMINDER

NO AFTERCARE ON TUESDAY, JAN. 15TH


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SWIM 

YMCA SESSION #1 IS ON FRIDAY, JAN. 18TH.
Bathing suit under gym clothes.
Bag with towel and undergarments.
This is a physical education class.
If not participating, a note must be written to Mr. Roderick.


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PHOTO RETAKE DAY IS WED., JAN. 16TH


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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.
There is a detailed homework sheet in your child's planner this week.
JAN 14- JAN. 18

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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 THURSDAY, JAN. 17TH
Pick up at 3:40 p.m. near lobby doors.
NOTE NEEDED.



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SCHOLASTIC BOOKS
Next online order is due: Thursday, Jan. 24th
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
9:50-10:30 a.m.


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CHAPEL WITH DEACON JOE
EVERY OTHER TUESDAY
9:50-10:30 a.m.



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


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SNACK
EVERY DAY
KEEP IT HEALTHY, PLEASE.




SUBJECTS


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RELIGION

CHAPTER 8:  LEARNING ABOUT GOD'S LAW
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
OBJECTIVES:
-God calls us his people
-The Ten Commandments are God's law for His people
-Jesus teaches us to love one another

*HOW CAN WE LIVE EACH COMMANDMENT?*

BIBLE STORY: "MOSES & THE TEN COMMANDMENTS"

*Test on Thursday, Jan. 17th.
Matching and Fill-In for the Ten Commandments.
See study sheets.*


CHAPTER 9:
THE FIRST COMMANDMENT
"THERE IS ONLY ONE GOD"
"I am the Lord your God: You shall not have strange Gods before me."

We believe in one true God.
We honor one true God.
We love God above all things.
We place our hope and trust in God.




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MATH

CHAPTER 6
FRACTION EQUIVALENCE & COMPARISONS

CHAPTER ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
What strategies can you use to compare fractions and write equivalent fractions?


VOCABULARY:
equivalent (equal) fractions, denominator, numerator, fraction, simplest form, common denominator

Chapter 6 Test on Friday, Jan. 18th.
See practice test.
Extra help on Thursday, Jan. 17th after school.




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SCIENCE

UNIT 5
WEATHER & THE WATER CYCLE
BIG IDEA:
Weather moves in regular cycles that influence weather.


Lesson 1: What is the water cycle?

Vocabulary:
 water cycle, atmosphere, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, runoff,
 groundwater

Lesson 2: What are types of weather?

Vocabulary:
humidity, air pressure, weather, barometer, wind vane, anemometer, rain gauge, precipitation

Lesson 3: How is weather predicted?

Vocabulary:
air mass, front, meteorologist

Lesson 4: How can we observe weather patterns?


Quiz on Lesson 1 Vocabulary & Spelling on Wed., Jan. 16th.
See study sheet.




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ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

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JOURNEYS- "My Brother Martin"

READING
ESSENTIAL QUESTION:  
What might lead a person to try to change the world?

Genre: Biography
Topic: Marin Luther King, Jr.
Target Skills: Author's Purpose
Spelling: Long e, short e
Grammar: Types of Sentences, Contractions




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SPELLING AND VOCAB. QUIZ FOR SCIENCE UNIT 5, LESSON 1
THE WATER CYCLE ON WED., JAN. 16TH. SEE SHEET.



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WRITING

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019!

MY NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS

What are 3 of your resolutions?
Why did you choose these?
How will they help you or other people?


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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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SOCIAL STUDIES

OUR FIELD TRIP TO GARVIES POINT MUSEUM & PRESERVE
WAS FUN AND EDUCATIONAL.
THE CHILDREN LOVED IT AND WERE VERY WELL BEHAVED!
A special thanks to our chaperones, Mrs. Harrison & Mrs. DeJesus.

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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
We will be learning about Dr. King this week.


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



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HEALTH

HEALTHY EATING
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