Welcome to 4th Grade

Miss Laurie Schlaefer

December 11-15

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TESTS

Classroom News

STEAM - Monday at 2:15 p.m.

Santa's Kottage

Dec. 12th - PSA Meeting

Friday - 4th Mass Day

Practice multiplication facts

Concession Stand - Please sign up if you have time

 *If anyone in my class would like to use their state report for their "Educational Fair" project, that is okay with me. Otherwise, you are welcome do another project.

Tests

 Monday None
Tuesday

Math - Test 6B

SS - Vocabulary Test 3 (See flash cards we made)

Wednesday

Rd - Voc. Test 15 (Multiple Meaning Words)

Science - Study for Unit Test 3

Thursday

Reading - Test over story (Ecology for Kids)

Sp - Test 15

Science - Test 3

Friday

None

 

Please remember this schedule may change. Check assignment notebook for changes.

Spelling Test 15

Tiniest

Hobbies

Copied

Countries

Pitied

Easier

Laziest

Families

Spied

Happiest

Ladies

Friendlier

Studied

Busier

Breezier

Prettiest

Noisier

Healthier

Butterflies

Funniest

Heaviest

Categories

Communities

Multiplied

Qualities


 
 

To: 4th Grade Parents

From: Miss Schlaefer

Re: Christmas Party

Date: December 20, 2017

The fourth grade Christmas party will be on December 20th . We will eat and play games from 10:45 – 11:45 in the classroom. They may bring a game from home if they want. The following is a list of students who were chosen to bring in items for the party. If you can’t, just let me know. We decided as a class that the boys bring in a boy gift, and the girls bring in a girl gift. It should be between $5-$10. We are going to play a short game of “Rob Your Neighbor.”

Food: Alix, Jon, Sofia, Ava, Patrick, Logan, Dalton

Drink: Gia, Faith, Allison, Nathan,  

Plates and Napkins: Josie

Forks and Cups: Cali

 

 

To:      Parents of 4th Grade

From:  Miss Schlaefer

Re:      Educational Fair / Open House

Date:   December, 2018

Each fourth grade student is required to do a project for the Educational Fair. It will be on Sunday, January 28th. Their project must include a typed/written report and a visual. The student can choose a project from one of these areas: creative writing, religion, science, or social studies. If you choose to use the State Report we did here at school, you can bring in your visual on January 24th. I will keep the state reports until the Educational Fair. The visual should be a drawing of the state, cities and rivers, capital, pictures, etc.

 

Projects will be graded on:

  1. Cover page – colorful, name, title, date, and grade
  2. Length - Approximately 1-2 typed pages (without cover page) Font 26
  3. Neatness
  4. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  5. Student’s own words
  6. Presentation (explanation of project)
  7. Visual

If the student is interested in participating in the Science Fair at SIUE, additional work will probably be required. Mrs. Dorsey will answer any of your questions concerning the Science Fair at SIUE.

Creative Writing projects will be graded on:

  1. Cover, title, dedication, and author page.
  2. Illustrations
  3. Neatness
  4. Spelling, grammar, punctuation
  5. Story
  6. Oral Presentation

TOPICS DUE: December 15th

PROJECTS DUE: January 24th

OPEN HOUSE / EDUC. FAIR: January 28th

 

 

Creative Writing

Guidelines

Educational Fair

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

 

This is a creative writing assignment consisting of five parts: a cover page, title page, dedication page, story, and author page.

COVER PAGE: Must include title, author, and picture relating to your story

TITLE PAGE: Must include title, author, school, grade, and teacher

DEDICATION PAGE: Must include person to whom story is dedicated to and why

A picture of that person should be included on this page.

STORY: At least three sentences on each page and an illustration; Story should be at least 8 pages long   

AUTHOR PAGE: Must tell at least ten things about the author and include a picture of the author

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Address
618 N. Prairie St.
Bethalto, IL 62010

Telephone

(618) 377-6401

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Pastor
Fr. Tom Liebler

Principal

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