Fourth Grade

4th Grade Student Supply List


This is a suggested list of supplies for 4th grade students


  • Back pack

  • Two 1” 3-Ring binders

  • Pencils

  • Markers and/or crayons

  • Glue sticks

  • Scissors

  • Dry erase markers

  • Highlighters


This is a list of suggested donations helpful to a 4th grade classroom

  • Tissues

  • Disinfecting Wipes

  • Plastic zip bags, (any sizes) snack, sandwich, quart, gallon or jumbo

  • Any of the suggested supplies listed above for “extras”



Thank You!

We look forward to getting to know and working with this year’s

fabulous fourth graders!







Welcome! We've been very busy in September! 
Here are the skills we've been working on in September. The skills are listed as "I can" statements which help us see what 4th graders should be able to do.These are the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) we will be focusing on this month, described as what students should be able to do:
I can describe a character, setting or event from a story using details from the text.
I can generate and record topics for writing using my writer’s notebook. 
I can participate in discussions by coming prepared and am willing to participate using established routines and rituals.
I can use correct capitalization.
I can use homophones correctly.
I can read unfamiliar words correctly in order to comprehend the text.
I can reread and self correct to confirm understanding.

Math: We are starting the year with place value and measurement. These are the CCSS we will be focusing on this month, described as what students should be able to do:
I can identify the place value of numbers.
I can write numerals in expanded form.
I can identify the number from an expanded form. 
I can use place value to round multi-digit whole numbers.
I can change measurement units within a system. 
I can use measurement information in various situations. 
I can compare two multi-digit numbers using symbols to show comparison.
I can solve word problems or equations using whole numbers.

Social Studies:
We will describe where we live in the world, from hemisphere to street! Also map skills.
Science:
We are starting with scientific inquiry and collecting data skills.

In October, we will work on the following in Reading:
 I can summarize a piece of fiction in my own words.
 I can use specific details in a story to help me describe a character, setting or event in 
the story.
 I can write stories using a clear sequence of events and descriptive details.
 I can correctly use capitalization, punctuation and verb tenses in my writing.
 I can paraphrase text read aloud or information presented to me.

Math: We are starting the year with place value and measurement. These are the CCSS we will be focusing on this month, described as what students should be able to do: 
  I can interpret multiplication fact problems as comparisons of groups. 
  I can represent multiplication fact problems as comparisons of groups. 
  I can fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
  I can use models to explain inverse of multiplication, partitioning, and repeated subtraction. 
  I can illustrate a given multiplication sentence. 
  I can tell you what the remainder of a division problem means. 
  I can create a number or shape pattern that follows a given rule.
  I can explain why, when and how I got my answer and prove it is correct. 
  I can explain and use the communicative property for addition and multiplication.

Social Studies:
We have finished our first unit in Social Studies and will be beginning a unit in Science.
Science:
We will be beginning our first unit in Science after NECAP testing.








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