Mr. Bradford's 4th Grade Blog-April 12, 2019
Please join us for Stations of the Cross at 11:00 on Thursday. The students will be dismissed at 11:30. There is no school on Friday.
The next Blog will be published on Saturday May 4.
Titanic Narratives: Students are writing their final drafts of their Narrative Biography. They have done a great job researching and writing fabulous and suspenseful stories full of historical fiction and fictional versions of themselves! Come read them in the hallways, as everyone’s is unique. We will also work on a couple other Titanic related articles this short week as we wrap up this fun unit.
No Spelling this week!
Bushels of blue berries, fields of corn, self pollinating we will find out some interesting facts this week about what is important in everyone’s state. If you travel this next week ask the question on how big is an acre of land or how many acres do you think a state has planted?
We will be working on the state symbols pages of the State Fair project this week. The Wisconsin focus will be on creating a timeline of the early people. There will be an Early People of Wisconsin wrap up, open note quiz on Tuesday. We will review in class on Monday, so the students should be in good shape! There will be no Daily Geography this week!
This week we will finish up the unit on multiplying and dividing fractions. We will have a pretest on Tuesday and a test on Wednesday. Because of the early dismissal, there will be no math on Thursday.
Adverbs - Adverbs and prepositions.
We are starting to look at applying to colleges for the freshman class of 2027. From accounting to zoology, we are starting to look at all the different majors that are offered at these different schools.. once we decide, we will do research into everything from types of jobs to what research is taking place in these programs or departments.
What is a Holy Moment? I have been very impressed with these daily Lenten videos from FORMED.
This is something that I will ask myself and my students everyday?
Additionally, all the intermediate classes are saying the rosary every Friday.
Thank you for your help in getting students here early to preform their acts of kindness the crossing guards really appreciate it.
As a part of our Lenten journey, we are listening daily to Dynamic Catholic, interesting each day thus far has talked about happiness. Kind of a curious take on Lent
********Kaiser’s team traversed the nearly 1,000-mile trail from Willow to Nome in nine days, 12 hours, 39 minutes and six seconds.
The Last Great Race starts on Monday. We will start picking mushers and following the teams as they get started. Check it out. www.Iditarod.com