Here, we combine art with vocabulary to help us to remember our ‘harder to remember’ words.
We’ve been enjoying getting to know the many characters in Wonder. Be sure to ask you child about each main character and if they have a favourite yet.
REMINDER: Our Literacy Field Trip to Books and Books and Camana Bay is this Friday, 22 September. We’d love it if you were able to join us. Please also remember to send in the $2 bus fair for your child.
‘appy Birthday, Roald Dahl, from Mrs. Twit and the Grade 4 class.
We did some work on simple subjects today. They can sometimes be a little tricky, so here’s a video that we used to help us with our work. (Tomorrow, we’ll be covering simple predicates.)
Wonder: SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE STARRING JULIA ROBERTS, OWEN WILSON, AND JACOB TREMBLAY! Over 6 million people have read the #1 New York Times bestseller WONDER and have fallen in love with Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face.
We finished our reading of The Twits this week. YIPPEE! The ending came as a little bit of a surprise for us. Be sure to ask your child to summarize the story. Yesterday, we put on our investigative hats and
For math today, we focused in on rounding. Here is the video that we watched, in case anyone has a few cobwebs while doing their homework. 🙂 Four or less, Let it rest. Five of more, Let is Soar.
Today, in science class, we created an edible, plant cell. Please be sure to ask your child to identify each part of their plant cell. Here are some clues for you. 😉 We had the: Nucleus Cell Wall Mitochondria Vacuole