Mr. Burke's homepage - Grade 4 room 222
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Expectations: Students will read and respond to the articles by the due date posted on the Google Classroom. That is 1-2 articles daily and then post in the Book of Knowledge. If there is a problem, let me know immediately. This should only be 20 minutes a day. Also, the students should be reading their chapter books. if they need material, Epic and Raz-kids is available.
Math- Student will have 3-4 practice topics from Study Island per week. They need to read and understand the lesson first, then complete the practice questions to show mastery. Use Common Core sheets, one at a time for additional practice.
All Reading and Writing assignments are posted on the Google Classroom. There is a reading and writing assignment from Readworks for this week. All Math assignments are on Study Island. Student need to access that through Clever. The district has created links to Epic, Clever, and other tools for the students to easily access. They can all be found here. or by going through the District home page and following the links.
Additional Reading and Writing Resources:
Epic: I have sent everyone an invite, if they had an email on file. Contains chapter books and other reading resources.
Raz-kids- and Brain pop are also available through Clever. Fell free to use those any time.
Scholastic has a 20 day reading and interactive plan for students in every grade level. Grades 3-5 can be accessed Here.
I have posted 2 practice assignments on Study Island. This site can be accessed through Clever.
I will check progress and send the students messages through the site.
For additional practice students can use Common Core Sheets, Click Here, they can choose the skill on the left and choose any 3rd or 4th grade skill to practice. You can print worksheets here or just practice skills on a device by choosing "One atta time" There is no login for this site.
Science and Social Studies:
Please use Ducksters to review the American Revolution: This is where we left off, Leading up to the War. I will add things as I can.
Thank you for staying in contact. I will update this a couple times a week and plan on adding more activities so we can keep on practicing and learning.