This week our mentor sentence will come from My Rotten Redheaded Older Brother by Patricia Polocco. You will read/listen to this story today to get ready for our mentor sentence activities.
Can you believe all the rules for using quotation marks we learned yesterday week? (Remember? These are the quotation marks rules!) I can already tell that your writing is improving by doing this work in your narratives!
The following games will help you to practice using quotation marks appropriately:
Alien Punctuation- Do the REALLY HARD level to get to quotation mark practice!
Click here to take a reading survey. Please answer each question honestly to help me get to know more about you as a reader.
I can't believe summer started a week ago! What have you been doing to keep your learning going this summer? Check out all of the ideas for summer fun on the gold paper you brought home the last week of school.
To avoid summer learning loss:
Students who complete 3-5 Dreambox lessons per week and return a summer reading log will be able to participate in the "Soak the Principals" event in August!
You have worked so hard as a reader in 4th grade to set goals and make a lot of growth! Please take this end of the year reading survey to reflect on everything you have done as a reader.
Congratulations! All four of your wagons made it safely to Oregon Territory last week! Your families all faced some difficult challenges and there were some hardships along the way, but you made it to your new home!
Now you can play the Oregon Trail Game to see if you can make it to Oregon on the computer version without your family of classmates helping you make the decisions. This time, it's all on you! Good luck!
I am home sick today. Be awesome today and make me proud!
This morning you need to:
Start the Journey West by clicking here to begin learning about Lewis & Clark.
Practice factors, multiples, and prime numbers with this fun game! But be careful not to let the Troggles catch you!