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Our Teachers

2017-2018

PS 230 4th Grade Team

    

Front Row (L to R) - Ms. Chakraborty, Mrs. Laudiero, Mrs. Redmond, Ms. Litsakis, Ms. Morales

Back Row (L to R) - Mrs. Grant, Ms. Shed, Ms. Feit, Ms. KimMs. Lauro, Mr. Kelly, Ms. Birshtein  

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Quote of the Month:

“Patience is not the ability to wait, but how you act while
you are waiting.” - Joyce Meyer

 

 4th Grade Archives

 4th Grade News - October 2017

In Art…

     Students are learning about the Aztecs and the gold jewelry. They are learning about the architecture of the pre-Aztecs who lived in Teotihuacan.

In Gym…

     The 4th graders will be continuing circuit training in preparation for their “Citywide Fitnessgram” test.  Skills to be practiced include jumping jacks, sit ups, push ups, trunk lifts, and other fitness related activities.  Let’s work on getting fit and healthy together!

Questions to ask while reading . . .

➔ What is the main idea of the text you are
reading?
➔ Is there anything new you learned?
➔ What kind of nonfiction text structures are you
seeing in your books?
➔ How can we use this information to form
opinions about the topic?
➔ What do the words in bold mean?
➔ How can we use pictures and captions to help
us understand the meaning of the text?
➔ How do the different sections come together
to help you understand the main idea?

Things to Keep in Mind and Practice at Home

❖ Read every night for at least 35 minutes.

❖ Read nonfiction books.

❖ Practice multiplication facts every night.

❖ Read out loud for 10 minutes.

❖ Do some exercise every day.

❖ Eat a healthy breakfast and dinner.

❖ Get lots of sleep.

❖ Do your homework.

Important Dates

November 2017

11/7

Election Day

(No School for Students)

11/16

Parent Teacher Conferences

Afternoon and Evening Sessions

(Half Day for students-

11:40 am dismissal)


11/23 - 11/24

Thanksgiving (School Closed)