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Title: Welcome to 4th Grade Curriculum Night

Welcome to 4th Grade Curriculum Night
  • August 25, 2015
  • Mrs. Snow

Books and Materials
  • Language Arts to include spelling, grammar,
    reading and writing
  • Houghton Mifflin Reading Series
  • Houghton Mifflin Spelling
  • Easy Grammar
  • Creative Writing
  • Book Reports and Projects
  • Students will be assigned books
  • September Genre is still to be determined.
  • October Saints Breakfast of Champions book
  • January Historical Fiction
  • February Wax Museum research
  • March Class Novel We will all be reading the
    same book and participate in a book club.
  • April script and play memorization
  • May Students choice
  • I will also be giving students snowbills for
    extra books that they read on their own time.

Books and Materials Continued
  • Math
  • Singapore Math/Accelerated Math
  • Science
  • Diocesan Science Lesson Plans
  • Social Studies
  • Do Arizona
  • Scott Foresman Social Studies Regions
  • Play
  • Wax Museum
  • Map Work
  • Religion
  • Atrium
  • Bible Study DWP Skills
  • Blest Are We
  • Friday Affirmations
  • Woven through out the day.

  • Based on Diocesan standards 4th grade students
    are to have 40-60 minutes of homework a night.
  • Students are expected to read for a minimum of 20
    minutes evenings Monday through Friday. Your
    child is also required to practice their
    multiplication math facts using the XTRA Math
    on-line program. Students are to complete Xtra
    Math 5 nights per week.
  • They will receive 10 homework points per night.
    Students will also be taking home a Math
    worksheet nightly.
  • Homework will also consist of any unfinished work
    that has been assigned in class.

Classroom Etiquette
  • Students are taught self discipline
  • Rewards
  • Positive reinforcement
  • Super D (self discipline vs. discipline) (blue
    raffle tickets are earned and students names are
    drawn every Friday for Snow bills.
  • Snow Bills
  • Snow Shop

Discipline Cycle
  • First Step Warning/Yellow card and desired
    behavior is taught.
  • Second Step Pink Card is placed next to the
  • Third Step Student will be asked to fill out
    the inside of the pink card. Teacher and student
    discuss the contents of the pink card. Pink card
    is taken home to be signed by the parents. This
    is class STP (not an office referral)
  • Fourth Step Office Referral

Parent Teacher Communication
  • Newsletters Snow Notes via emailplease read.
  • Agendas (please let your child take ownership of
    their agendas, listen to them)
  • Student write all assignments and activities in
    their agendas. They highlight all that that has
    been completed.
  • Please sign their agendas nightly.
  • Homework folders are take home every night.
  • Assignments not highlighted are assignment that
    need to be completed at home.
  • If you need to contact me, please send me a note
    in the homework folder, emailssnow_at_sttimothymesa.

Late and Missing Assignments
  • Absent work is due as soon as the student is able
    to turn it in within a 2-3 day period. Every
    effort should be made by the student to turn in
    the missing assignments. If there is a concern
    please let me know as soon as possible.
  • Handbook page 10

  • Grades will be posted via Gradelink. Please see
    Mrs. Vick if you are having a hard time accessing
    the website. When you are in the website you are
    able to set parent notifications.
  • A zero will be posted for missing work. They
    will be reminded twice to turn it in. If work is
    not turned in within a week of when the
    assignment was due, the zero will remain posted
    as a zero. I will make every effort to teach
    your child about responsibility of getting their
    work in on time or in a timely manner.
  • Please let me know if you have questions or
    concerns by email at ssnow_at_stimothymesa.org

Any Questions?
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  • Question(s)
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