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Mr. Peller's Homework Page
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If your child has a different teacher for math, reading, writing, or science, please refer to their website for homework.
Special Notes: Students may work on their writing piece at home. Their documents can be accessed through Google Drive.
BACK TO SCHOOL REMINDER
Welcome back to school. Please reach out to me if you have any questions
I will see you on September 24th for Back to School Night
STUDENTS MAY BRING IN MATERIALS TO COMPLETE THEIR STATE FLOAT PROJECT IN SOCIAL STUDIES CLASS. STUDENTS WILL BE DOING ALL WORK IN CLASS BUT THEY MAY BRING IN MATERIALS FROM HOME. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO BRING MATERIALS HOME AFTER THE PROJECT BUT SHOULD NOT BRING IN ANY ITEMS THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO THEM.
Tonight's Homework: Monday 9/23
Math: Worksheet both sides
Reading: Read and log minutes on Biblionasium (Our current challenge is to log as many minutes in the Reading Log as possible. We are in a minutes challenge vs. the other 4th Grade class)
Reading Comprehension Homework: Multiple choice questions are due on Tuesdays and written responses are due on Thursdays.
Reading Passage for the Week: Gold Coins and a Selfish Man (Students have a physical copy. They also have a copy on Google Classroom. They can submit the assignment physically or submit it through Google Classroom.)
Writing: None (We are working on Personal Narrative in Class. Students may catch up on their class assignments through Google Drive. All writing pieces will be available in Google Drive once drafts are started.)
Social Studies: Bring in any materials needed to complete state float. We will be working on the state section of the float this week.
Special Area Schedule
We are working on the following subject matter this month:
Reading-Character Study (Read-Aloud: Tiger Rising)
Math-Place Value (Comparing, Addition, Subtraction)
Social Studies-The Northeast Region of the United States (States and Capitals)