Sunday, September 15 Fourth Grade

For the week of September 16:

 Spelling/Vocabulary homework as noted

 Wednesday:

Glorious Mysteries Quiz

Pizza Day

Pretzels must be preorder by Wednesday for delivery on Thursday.

 

Thursday:

Multiplication speed quiz.  Tables tested 4,6,7,8, and 9.  Five minutes will be provided.  Students are expected to improve with each quiz.

 

Friday:

SS quiz on chapter 1 lesson 1-study guide is posted!

Spelling Quiz

 

 Spelling/Vocabulary List for the week of September 16

 Homework for Monday night (due on Tuesday)-write each word 3 times each. You must use your best handwriting and use your complete heading.

 

  1. Hail
  2. Represent
  3. Lack
  4. Benefit
  5. Project
  6. Remark
  7. Complete
  8. Sufficient
  9. Develop
  10. Utter
  11. Dismay
  12. Ease
  13. Master
  14. Patriot
  15. Recommend

 

Homework for Tuesday night (due on Wednesday)-write 1 sentence for each of the first 8 words.  Sentences should be meaningful and grade appropriate. You must use your best handwriting and use your complete heading.

 

Hail,  Represent,  Lack, Benefit, Project, Remark, Complete, Sufficient

Homework for Wednesday night (due on Thursday)-write 1 sentence for each of the last 7 words.  Sentences should be meaningful and grade appropriate. You must use your best handwriting and use your complete heading.

 Develop, Utter, Dismay, Ease, Master Patriot, Recommend

 

 Vocabulary Definitions:

 Hail-small lumps of frozen rain

 Represent-to stand for or in place of

 Lack-to be without

Benefit –to help or be helpful to, to be useful to

Project-a plan or idea for doing something

 Remark-to say; to make a comment

 Complete-All necessary information must be given, having no missing parts

Sufficient-Enough to fill a need

 Develop-grow or cause to grow and become more mature, advanced, or elaborate. To go through a process of growth

 Utter-to make sounds with the voice; to speak

 Dismay-to cause feelings of fear, worry, or surprise

Ease-a state of being comfortable–without worry, pain, or trouble

Master-chief, main

Patriot-one who loves, supports, and is loyal to his or her country

Recommend-to make a statement of praise

 

Social Studies Chapter 1 Lesson 1 Study Guide

Quiz on Friday, September 20

Following is the material that will be tested:

Vocabulary

Geography– the study of Earth and the ways people use it.

Landforms-natural shapes we see on the surface of Earth

Ice Age-period of time when the Earth was colder than it is today

Glaciers-massive sheets of ice that covered the ground.

Natural Wonder-an amazing place in nature

Landforms-natural shapes we see on the surface of Earth

Hill– a raised area or mound of land.

Valley– a low place between mountains

Mountain– a very tall high, natural place on Earth – higher than a hill.

Plateaus– a large, flat area of land that is higher than the surrounding land.

Plains– flat lands that have only small changes in elevation (height)

 

How have glaciers helped to shape the land of New York?

How are hills and mountains alike?  How are they different?

How are plateaus and plains alike?