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Welcome to Mrs. Sweeney’s Class

Welcome to 4th grade!

Posted for Wed. March 18th through Friday.

We plan on the following time frame for each of the subjects areas.

1 hour for Reading, 1 hour for Math, 1 1/2 hour for Language Arts and 1/2 hour for Religion.

For Wed. Thursday and Friday

Reading: students will read from their book of choice for 30 minutes. Students will refer to the reading discussion questions and answer the first 3 questions and have a written entry for each questions and write the response  on goggle classroom.

Refer to the Reading textbook and read the first story( A Visit with Grandpa) and then refer to the skill page and complete. ( page 3) Keep in the packet.

Math: 30 minutes of Prodigy each day.

Review all the concepts we have covered in Chapter 9 and complete all the pages that accompany the skill to include Parts of a Number.

Continue to review multiplication and division facts as needed.

These daily practices can be added to the March Reading and Math Logs which will be submitted upon your return to school.

Language Arts: 1 1/2 hours per day

Please do not work ahead in any of the subject areas as things may change in the future.

Vocabulary, Spelling, Handwriting, English , Morning Work , the Weekly review English and Math.

Each day continue to work through the brown folder packet handouts.

Vocabulary: Finish the unit we have started and continue  with the pages for the unit. Plan on  one unit per week for duration of being out of school. Start with Unit 13.

Spelling: Next Unit 19  Write the words 3 times each in the journal. Next, write a sentence for each word in goggle classroom by Thursday.

Handwriting: Assignment is to complete 2 pages per day in your workbook.

English: Students will complete Lesson  1 and 2 on Verb Phrases and Principal Verb Parts on Lined paper. Pages 419 and 421 in the text .

Religion: Students will refer to their text books and read the information on Holy Week and Easter. Finish the lesson on the 10th commandment.

Social Studies: Students finish Lesson 2 by reading and completing the review page , P 260-264 and page 62.

Science: refer to Goggle Classroom.

Please keep all handouts in the brown folders . Missing work will be zeros, all materials will be reviewed upon our return. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Ms. Carroll or myself between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Monday: Dear Parents: If your child needs a log in for the AR please forward an email to me for the password.

I will try to respond in a timely manner.

Stay safe!

Tuesday: Dear Parents,

Mr. Roy would like the students  to have access to his class.

Please have students  use this information for google classroom.

7sjmeon    If you have any concerns, please contact Mr. Roy. Have a blessed day,

L. Sweeney

Good Morning,

Please read the following email.

We plan on the following time frames for subjects areas:

  1. Reading: 1 hour per day
  2. Math: 1 hour a day
  3. Language Arts: 1 ½ hours a day
  4. Religion: ½ hour per day

Reading: 1 hour per day

Students will need to read from their books of choice for 30 minutes. Students will refer to the reading discussion question handout and complete 2 items of choice and have a written entry for each question and write response on Google Classroom.

 

Refer to reading textbook. Read the first story (A Visit with Grandpa) and then refer to the skill page (page 3) and complete. Please keep in packet.

Math: 1 hour per day

30 minutes for Prodigy each day.

Review all the concepts we have covered in Chapter 9 and complete all the pages (one page per day) that accompany the skill to include Parts of a Number by Friday.  On Google Classroom, there are video links attached to help review each topic.

Continue to review multiplication and division facts as needed.

These daily practices can be added to the March Reading/Math Logs which can be submitted upon your return to school.

Language Arts: 1 ½ hours per day

Please do not work ahead in any of the subject areas as things may change in the future.

Includes: Vocabulary, Spelling, Handwriting, English, Morning Work and Weekly Review of Math and English Concepts

Each day of this week continue to work through the brown folder packet handouts.

Vocabulary: Finish the unit we started (Unit 13) and continue with all the pages in that unit. Plan on one unit per week for the duration of being out of school. Start with Unit 13.

Spelling: Unit 19. Write the words 3 times each in the journal or loose leaf. Next, write a sentence for each word in Google Classroom by Thursday.

Handwriting: Assignment is to complete 2 pages per day in your workbook.

English: Complete Lesson 1 and 2 in the textbook on Verb Phrases (Pages 418-419) on Thursday (3/19) and Principal Verb Parts (pages 420-421) on Friday (3/20) on a lined paper.

Religion: ½ hour per day

Students should refer to their Religion books. Read the information on Holy Week and Easter. Finish the last lesson on the 10th Commandment.

Social Studies: (Can be completed anytime throughout the week- due Friday-March 20th)

Students finish Lesson 2 by reading and completing the review page, pg 260-264 and page 62. Complete questions on google classroom.

For Social Studies Lesson 2: Virginia Dynasty

Answer the following questions on google classroom.

1.Name one challenge Washington faced as the first President.

  1. Name one accomplishment George Washington made while he was President.
  2. Why did George Washington refuse to serve a third term?

 

Science: (Can be completed anytime throughout the week-due Friday- March 20th)

Refer to Google Classroom.

Please keep all handouts in the brown folders. Missing work will be zeros, all materials will be reviewed upon our return.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Sweeney or myself between 8am and 3pm. 

Dear Parents:

Today is Wed. We are now trying to put all the assignments on google classroom. I know we are all going through a challenging time as we make this transition of not coming into the classroom.. Please contact me about your concerns through the email if that is an easy and convenient  form for you. I will try my best to reach out to you as soon as I see your message. Mrs. Gorman has been trying to send out messages as well. If your child does not have any handouts like Math or Social Studies, they can just practice using the book examples or questions. Do not worry about not turning in work by a certain date as we will relax those requirements as needed. Ms Carroll and I are working to make sure the students have some continuity in the schedule and assignments. Please feel to adjust your child’s time as he or she learns at a different rate. We are making updates and changes on a daily basis.

Please be assured that we are praying for you and your family as we travel through these uncharted waters.

Have a blessed evening.

L. Sweeney

Friday March 20, 2020

Dear Parents,

Thank you for all you are doing to help your child. We have had many ups and downs as we move to this form of sending assignments to your child. We hope that as the days to come we will find a smooth and easy way to send this information to you. You can always contact me through the email here at All Saints.

Please know of my prayers and thoughts are with your family. Keep yourself safe.

L. Sweeney

Friday: March 20, 2020

Dear Parents and students,

I hope this finds you well and taking care of each other. I want to thank each and everyone of you for doing what you can to help us as we continue  through this difficult time. I am trying to check all work that is being submitted either by Google Classroom or email.

We are trying to make adjustments in assignments. Hopefully we will see progress in the days to come.

Please know tht you are in my prayers daily. Enjoy your family time and God bless.

L. Sweeney

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