4th Grade


From Mrs. Woodworth,

A typical Fourth Grade day begins with prayer, DOL, and Daily Math Word Problems. The students correct those and then begin with a two minute brain warmer and then move into math. Reading time consists of reading aloud from a list of novels which include, but are not limited to, Little House in the Big Woods, Caddie Woodlawn, Indian in the Cupboard, and Because of Winn Dixie. The rest of Language Arts revolves around the basic parts of speech, sentences and sentence structure, paragraphs, and writing activities. We use the Chrome books to rewrite and edit our written works. Science, Wisconsin History and Social Studies are completed in the afternoon along with Library visits, and Religion. Our Specials include Art, Music, Band, and Physical Education. Time is provided daily for independent reading.

From Mrs. Woodworth, May 4, 2017

Wow! Time sure flies when you are having fun! The fourth graders are well on their way to summer vacation. We will be finishing up Wisconsin History within the next couple of weeks and will culminate the year with a trip to the Lumberjack Show in Hayward. This trip is always a favorite!

We are exploring Earth, the Moon, and space in Science. Each student will research one planet and create a slide presentation to share with the class. The students have become very good at this process, and enjoy sharing with their classmates.

We have finished Caddie Woodlawn. What an exciting way to explore Wisconsin! Because of Winn Dixie is our final book for the year. The class is very excited to dig in!!!!

We will finish the year with division, fractions, and decimals in Math. They sure have come a long way!

I hope you have a wonderful end of the school year, and a restful and fun summer vacation!