Written by Administrator
Monday, 29 January 2007 12:27
A Typical Fourth Grader
• is exuberant.
• is interested in friends more than family.
• wants independence and respect.
• worries and complains.
• is influenced by opinions of friends.
• has difficulty handling stressful situations.
Lion to Guard Us by Bulla
The Keeping Room by Myers
Shh! We’re Writing the Constitution by Fritz
Weasel by DeFelice
Trouble River by Byars
Grasshopper Summer by Turner
The Big Wave by Buck
Turn Homeward Hannalee by Beatty
One Day in a Tropical Rainforest by Craighead-George
How can you help?
• Encourage your child’s unlimited creativity.
• Review multiplication facts 0-12.
• Reinforce working and thinking independently.
• Provide adequate planning time for long-term projects.
• Encourage the practice of making good choices.
• Admire budding responsibility.
• Set up a monitoring system that is comfortable for parent and
child to communicate about daily assignments.
• Be a part of your child’s education. Visit the school as often as possible.
Units of Study
• Multiplication facts 0-12
• Adding/Subtraction with regrouping
• Three by two digits multiplication
• Two by four digits division
• Word Problems
• Elapsed time
• Metric and standard measurements
• Basal Reader
• Skills lessons
• Guided Reading
• Reading Centers
• Daily Oral Language
• Parts of Speech
• Novel Studies
• Personal narrative
• Imaginative story
• Responding to Literature
• Persuasive writing
• Research paper
• American Revolution
• The Forming of a New Nation
• Simple machines
Fourth Grade Teachers
Last Updated on Friday, 22 June 2012 00:47