4th Grade News

**Student Work Packet for March 17th-30th**

  • This packet was also sent home on Friday, March 13th!
  • We plan to use Google Classroom to post Reading and Math assignments throughout the break.

 

 Check out the Monday Memo here!

 

 

 

Our Related Arts Schedule:

Normal Park Upper - Related Arts Schedule - 4th grade

 

Spring Semester:

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Kuhar

Design Thinking

Band & Dance

Art

Spanish

Band & PE

Redfoot

Spanish

Dance & Band

Design Thinking

Art

PE & Band

Zienowicz

Chorus & PE

Library/STEAM

Spanish

Chorus & PE

Art

Rominger

PE & Chorus

Art

PE & Chorus

Library/STEAM

Spanish

 

Band, Chorus, PE & Dance are 30 minute classes.  All other classes are one hour.


If you missed Open House, Check out our slides here!

Here is information from our amazing 4th grade room parent!!!

Introduction

Fourth Grade will be an amazing year for your child! They will explore history, experiment with science, and put on their best performance in our grade level play. This year we have a lot of great Learning Expeditions planned for your child. We cannot wait for another amazing year at Normal Park!!!

Module 1: “ Becoming America”

In our first module, students will explore the history of America from 1700-1830, leaders, and the impact on the creation of our nation. 

Module 2: “MythBusters”

We will become experts in Astronomy, Properties of Light, Matter, Force and Motion, Waves, and Magnets. 

Module 3: “A Nation Divided”

In our third module, students will explore the emergence of the US industrial economy, the growth of slavery in the south, and westward expansion. They will get to know the events that led to the Civil War, focusing on the impact of slavery, the abolition movement, and the major differences of the states.  

Module 4: “Increase our Green”

This module picks up where we left off in module two. With all our advancements we have placed a strain on our environment. We will study the metamorphosis of macroinvertebrates, examine the differences between plant and animal cells, expand our understanding of the water cycle, see how animals have adapted over time, and discuss human impact on our world. We are all connected and our choices now will impact our future. Students will discover that “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”

Our Philosophy

We are looking forward to a fantastic year in fourth grade! If you have any question or concerns, or if you would like to visit our classrooms, schedule a conference, or volunteer to help out, you can contact the main office at (423) 498-6880. The best way to reach us is via our email. Class time is extremely important to our success, so please understand that we will get back to you at our earliest convenience.

We are looking forward to an amazing year with you!

-Ali Redfoot

-Matty Kuhar

-Kayla Rominger

-Tricia Zienowicz