I cannot believe the sunshine we have been experiencing here lately! Granted, when it rains, it pours. But this Vitamin D overload is doing us all some good. I hope your children got some fresh air this weekend and played outside. We cracked our windows and enjoyed the sunshine as much as we could.
We are continuing this week in language arts in the new book Lost on a Mountain in Maine. The class is already invested in Donn Fendler's story, and we struggle to put the book down every morning. On Monday, the class will get a writing project to complete as we read. It is similar to the reading journals we have done in the past. Again, it is digital, and it is broken into parts based on our daily reading. Miss Sokolowski designed it in Numbers, which is equivalent to Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel.
In math, we have one more week on Topic 9 as we continue to learn how to decompose fractions, add and subtract fractions with like denominators, and find equivalent fractions to mixed numbers. Math is a fast track in fourth grade, but these kids are keeping up! We are so proud of their efforts. Please remind them to continue to put forth their best work, especially as we head toward the fourth quarter.
Please note that there is spelling homework for Mrs. Hetman's language arts students this week. The list is words with the endings -er and -est. Please take advantage of the last page in the packet and "test" your children a couple of times on the words. They always do a great job on the homework, but it doesn't always transfer to knowing the words on the assessment. Thank you!
Important Dates to Know
3/6/23 - Girls' STEM/Coding Clubs (Bring a note if staying)
3/10/23 - Magical Theater Performances
3/13/23 - Girls' STEM/Coding Clubs (Bring a note if staying)
3/14/23 - Pi Day
3/15/23 - PTA Meeting and District Health and Wellness Event
3/17/23 - St. Patrick's Day
3/20/23 - Girls' STEM/Coding Clubs (Bring a note if staying)
3/22/23 - Gaming Club (Bring a note if staying)
3/24/23 - Bath TEAM Hero Shirts / End of 3rd Quarter
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Mrs. Jodi Hetman has been teaching at Revere Local Schools since 2015.