Welcome to 3rd & 4th Grade
Teacher: Mrs. Amy Kundrat (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Due to the impending snowstorm, the social studies test on the Northeast will still be on Thursday, February 14. The students have all the information they need to study for the test and we have reviewed multiple times. All students must be able to identify the states on a map, define the social studies vocabulary, and answer questions regarding states’ locations, landmarks, landforms, natural resources, and climate. The 4th graders must also know the states’ abbreviations and if they fit in New England and Middle Atlantic states.
There is also a spelling test on Friday, February 15.
Grade 3-prepaid, midnight, overflow, outdoors, outline, overgrown, prefix, Midwest, pretest, midpoint, outgoing, overtime, overdue, outside, outfield, precaution, prediction, midsection, overweight, prehistoric
Grade 4-brother, together, dinner, popular, center, calendar, similar, regular, summer, clever, supper, pitcher, filter, hangar, never, shelter, cellar, caterpillar, theater, deliver, character, singular, receiver, spectacular, binocular
Math- This week the students will be learning about polygons, quadrilaterals, and triangles. They will also work on identifying in shapes are congruent or not. They will have a test on this material on Friday, February 22. The students will also continue reviewing computation skills.
Language Arts- The intermediate grade students are continuing their study of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. They will have a vocabulary quiz on the vocabulary from Chapters 11-17 on Friday, February 15.
Religion- The third graders are going to discuss the saints and the call to follow Jesus. The fourth graders will discuss worshipping God and how we have the Ten Commandments. We will all read and discuss the Gospel for this Sunday.
Valentine's Day Cards
On Thursday, February 14th, the students in our 3/4 class may pass out valentines to their classmates. Please follow the below guidelines for Valentine's Day.
1. Students must have a school and age appropriate card for ALL 16 students in the class if they are passing out valentines.
2. The valentines are NOT to be addressed to a particular student. The student should just fill in the from section of the card.
3. Any treats or candy with the valentine cards MUST BE PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE. All cards and treats will NOT be opened at school. They will be sent home for students to enjoy there.
Thank you for your support and cooperation to make this class activity enjoyable for ALL the students in the 3/4 class.
We had a wonderful Catholic Schools Week here at SBS!
This Sunday, February 10 is Family Mass at 10:30am at St. Bernard Church. Students from grade 3/4 will be reading at this Mass. All students reading must arrive at St. Bernard Church at 10:30 in their school uniform. If students are in choir they will report to choir at their regular time in their choir attire.
Here is what we will be learning this week in the Land of Oz.
Math- The students are working on points, lines, rays, line segments, and angles. There will be a test on this on Thursday, February 8.
Spelling- The students will have their spelling test on Friday, February 9.
Grade 3- third, early, world, certain, dirty, herself, earth, word, perfect, verb, nerve, worm, thirsty, workout, earn, determine, commercial, whirlwind, worthwhile, virtual
Grade 4-chicken, eleven, given, jungle, national, several, natural, needle, single, citizen, threaten, diagonal, paddle, animal, spiral, marble, oval, mumble, tangle, frighten, strengthen, knuckle, individual, cubicle, three-dimensional
Langauge Arts- We are continuing to read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. We are so excited that Charlie found a golden ticket. We can’t wait to see what happens next. Please make sure the students are reviewing and studying their vocabulary each night.
Social Studies- We are taking a closer look at the regions. The first region we will be studying is the Northeast. There will be a test next Thursday, February 14. The students will have a booklet to refer to study for the test.
Religion- The third graders are taking a closer look at their gifts they have received from God. The fourth graders are learning about how God is loving, forgiving, and healing. We will also read and discuss the Gospel for this Sunday.
Have a wonderful week!