Math

Math 4

Students will be able to…

• Identify place value (to one million) relationships among places in the base ten system
• Read & write numbers to one million: numerals, number names, expanded form
• Compare: multi-digit numbers (=)
• Round (within one million): nearest 10 or 100
• Round (within one million): to any place

Compacted Math 4/5*

• Identify place value (to one million) relationships among places in the base ten system
• Read & write numbers to one million: numerals, number names, expanded form
• Compare: multi-digit numbers (=)
• Round (within one million): nearest 10 or 100
• Round (within one million): to any place
• Add & subtract fluently within one million (without decomposing across zeroes): standard algorithm subtraction fluency within one million (including decomposing across zeroes): standard algorithm Multi-step word problems: addition & subtraction, assess reasonableness

*Compacted math has a fast-paced curriculum so please be aware that we will go over many different topics each week.

Students will be able to…

• describe characters, setting, and events
• compare of narrators' points of view
• Language - Vocabulary: collaborate and discuss and use academic & content specific vocabulary

TEXT GENRES: Historical Fiction

Writing with Mr. Fairchild

Students will be able to…

• Organize thought using graphic organizers
• Support an opinion
• Provide evidence from a narrative text
• compose a clear and concise conclusion
• compose a complete composition
• Language: write in complete sentences, capitalize and organize and provide reasons that support their opinion, use evidence from narrative text in order to write a conclusion

Writing Focus: Opinion

Science with Ms. Silnicky

Students will be able to…

• Describe and explain what a watershed is
• Identify the watershed they live in
• Understand engineering design process: form models for solutions
• Explain the effect pollution has on a watershed
• Experiment with water collection and pollution testing

Social Studies with Ms.Segal

• Maryland and the United States: focusing on geographical settlements and their patterns
• Native Americans of North America: Specifically -Eastern Woodlands Tribes

Field Trips

None at this time.

Please make sure you have completed the mandatory child abuse and neglect training needed to be a chaperone on a field trip or volunteer in your child's classroom.

Other Important Information

Students are able to access their Chromebook accounts at home if they would like to complete any unfinished activities or to use any of the sites shared with them on their Google Classroom page.  Students will need to remember their username and password in order to access their account at home.