4th Grade

Important Dates to Remember:          

Tuesday, May 21: Math End of Chapter 11 Assignment 

THE WEEK OF June 3, 2024 

Planned homework may change depending on class instruction or school closure. 

Students should wait for instruction from the teacher before doing anything assigned. 

English Language Arts - Mrs. Allison Kavanaugh   

Coming up: 

It’s hard to believe we are just about at the end. This week we students will complete different activities to review many of the important skills we have learned this year! 

Adverbs Song     The Sour Grape Read Aloud

The One and Only Ivan

Spelling Lists   Spelling HW sheet is here

HOMEWORK. Projected homework is subject to change. 

*When "free read" is assigned for homework, there are many options. Students may read by themselves, read out loud to  a parent/sibling/pet :), take turns reading pages out loud with a parent/sibling, or listen to an audiobook while following along with the words in the hardcopy book. 


Math - Mrs. Sandi Dlugonski    

Ch11 Angles Students will be learning all about the measure of angles. We will be using a protractor to measure an angle as well as to create an angle of a given degree! We will also be learning about joining angles to measure the greater angle.  Our end of the year graded assignment will be on Tuesday, May 21. 

Ch 11 Resource and practice packet

Edpuzzle practice for angles 

Youtube Video of Angle lesson 

  Resource Pages:      IXL log in page                                                                              

 Math Facts Calendar Jan-Apr 2024      

 Math Facts Challenge Activity           Multiplication Strategies 

 Steps for Simplest Form, Equivalent Fractions and Common Denominators

 Word Problem Practice sheets       Step card for Traditional Division  Place Value Game     Addition and Subtraction Resource Pages     

Subtraction with Regrouping (across zero) video    

Link to free 4th grade math print outs!      


Monday, June 3:  May Math Facts due by tomorrow at 8:15

Tuesday, June 4:   Be sure to go onto the 5th Grade SOTI Studies to print off your summer work! Plan for success!!

Wednesday, June 5:  Facts

Thursday, June 6:  Be sure to go onto the 5th Grade SOTI Studies to print off your summer work! Plan for success!!

Friday,  June 7:  Happy first day of summer

Science, Social Studies, and Religion - Mrs. Heather Ricardi 

**Please encourage your children to make sure they hand in assignments when they are due.  If they are absent, please make sure that they look to see what they have missed!  Science and Social Studies are rotating subjects and are not taught each week!  When looking at Power School, please be aware that grades in Science and Social Studies take time to update.  These classes are on a rotation and grades won't change until we visit that subject again! If you have any questions about this, please reach out!

*Please  help students locate their Science Textbooks at home.  Many know where they are, but many have come in telling me they don't have one, weren't given one,  or can't find it.  They were sent home at Sneak-A-Peak or during the first week of school and have a chameleon on the front.  While we don't use it often, students do need access to the book!  Thank you!


In science this week we are going to continue learning about heat energy, sound energy, and light energy.  We are also going to be looking at how energy is transferred and transformed into other types of energy.

Social Studies

Toward the end of the week, we will discuss life in Maryland after the Revolutionary War.  We will also start to look at the War of 1812 and the Civil War and the role that Maryland played in each.  This will continue into next week too.


This week we will be starting to talk about the 6th and 9th Commandments.   These are taught together in Chapter 16 of the book.  In particular we address these in terms of the relationships that we have with our friends, making and keeping promises, and being true to ourselves.  This is kept at a 4th grade level and students understand that as they get older, the meanings will change, but at this point in their lives they are focusing on the skills needed to keep the promise as an adult.  The students will not have a quiz on this chapter, but will have graded assignments that they can use their books for.  They will also be working on their book pages for each of the Commandments. Each of the Ten Commandments will be taught at the level of a 9 and 10 year old.  We will be focusing on how they as children can still follow these rules even if some of them were written with adults in mind.

Online Review Games and Study Guides (all chapters) - Christ Our Life

Homework:  This is the projected homework for this week.  It is possible that due to circumstances in class the homework may change.   Please look at the student's planner as this will have the most recent and up to date homework.  If nothing is written in the agenda, please look at the absent work file attached at the top of the page as the current information will be found there!
Monday, May 20


Social Studies Glossary


email: mmiller@schooloftheincarnation.org

Welcome / ¡Bienvenidos!

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¡Qué Nervios! El primer día de escuela por Julie Danneberg (audio reading)



Vocabulary folder

Grammar Videos

Reading Strategies

Google Classroom Codes

Flipgrid Group Link

Duolingo Codes 2023-2024



WEEKS 03/18-03/25 50 XP DUOLINGO

iFelices Pascuas! 

WEEK 04/15-- Please sign in to Flip(grid) if not done in class: https://flip.com/c539246c 

WEEK 04/22--Review Cognate concept for warm-up question

WEEK 05/06& 05/13--Review Cognate concept for warm-up question

WEEK 05/20-05/27:

********************************************************TEXTBOOK COLLECTION***************************************************************

Dear Families:

At the beginning of the school year, I asked that Spanish textbooks be sent home as a resource and reference tool.  I will begin collecting these books during the week of May 28th.

Some students have indicated that their textbook copies are in their locker, but --for families who may still have the book copies at home-- I ask that these please be returned to school.

Thank you for your ongoing collaboration,

Sra. Miller