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Monday, March 16-?

Students will be working through their packet at home. Please follow the daily lessons to complete. For those with internet access, these Mystery Science links can serve as science time.

Prodigy, and Zearn lessons can also be utilized for those who have internet access. 

Mystery Science Links: Earthquakes, lava, mountains and volcanoes, your bones, hand-sanitizer

Scholastic reading articles link- use this link to complete week 2 of Social Studies in packet

ELA: Reading

Greek Mythology

Students will:

  • Research myths and characters
  • Read The Lightning Thief
  • Writing to express understanding
  • Use text evidence 
  • Keep working on their AR goal for independent reading time
  • Reading is 50% of ELA grade

Google Classroom

Epic class code:

ReadWorks class code:


ELA: Spelling

Please sort and spell at home daily, about 5 minutes :)

  • New List at the start of every week! Differentiated lists according to student level
  • Students work on weekly assignment-due Fridays
  • timed sorts and spelling practice through the week 
  • Spelling tests on Fridays
  • Spelling is 20% of ELA grade.

ELA: Language

Students will:

  • practice identifying and locating these 
  • activities and task cards to review
  • quiz to assess learning
  • Grammar is 30% of ELA grade

Math: Module 5 - Fractions

Students Zearn and complete Exit Ticket daily

Topic E lessons 22-26




Cool Math


4th grade math games

Math Antics



We watch these explorations in class, discuss & do activities. There are assessments at the end.

Starting Video

Mystery 1: How is your body similar to a car?

Mystery 2: What makes roller coasters go so fast?

Mystery 3: Why is the first hill of a roller coaster the highest?

Mystery 4: Could you knock down a building using only Dominoes?

Mystery 5: Can you build a chain reaction machine?

Mystery 6: What if there was no electricity?

Mystery 7: How long did it take to travel across the US before cars?

Mystery 8: Where does energy come from?

Mystery 9: Can you turn on a light without touching it?

Social Studies: Illinois!

We read the text together & in partners, discuss and interact with the text

Students will: 

  • close read nonfiction text and annotate
  • learn unit vocabulary
  • Listen to Read Alouds
  • do reports on famous people
  • do activities like plays, debates, and art as we learn about IL
  • do assessments: use text to locate answers
  • IL video
  • IL video #2
  • Lincoln farewell speech

Tiger Time: 

Students rotate between Roger's teachers every 3 weeks. They do different activities in each classroom.

Kiddle    KidRex     mymunka







Room Recess

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