4th Grade

Greetings From Our Fourth Grade Team!

 

Our 4th Grade Team Consists of: 

4-1  (ICT)  Ms. DiBlasi & Ms. Gouzos

4-2 (ICT)  Ms. Leung & Ms. Feliciano 

4-3   Ms. Verdemare

4-4   Ms. Acevedo

4-5  Ms. Foti

4-8   Ms. Gerace

Our 4th Grade Mantra:

"Even when we make a mistake, we grow from the risks we take. Roll it off your shoulder don't break a sweat. It just means we're not there yet!"

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Our fourth grade students are currently multiplying and dividing multi-digit numbers in mission 3. 
In reading and writing, we are determining the theme in Traditional Tales that are related to Cinderella. This is helping us write strong arguments about the theme of a traditional text in the form of an opinion essay. In Science we are learning about how energy is transferred through a food chain. In Social Studies, we are learning about the first groups of Native Americans to inhabit New York. 

Reading/Writing

September/October
Getting Started Unit

October/November
Unit 1: What’s the Problem?

November/December
Unit 2: Cinderella Tales

December/January
Unit 3: Amazing Animals

January/February
Unit 4: Taking Responsibility

February/March
Test Preparation

April/May
Unit 5: The Artist's Eye 

May/June
Unit 6: Fantasy

Math

September/October
Place Value, Rounding
Addition, and Subtraction

October/November
The Metric System

November/December
Multi-Digit
Multiplication and Division

January
Geometry

February/March
Fractions

April
Decimals/Test 
Preparation

May
Decimals

June
Measurement Conversions

 

Science

September/October
Unit 1: Life Cycles and Organisms/Living Things

October/November
Unit 2: Animal Adaptations

November/December
Unit 3: Food Chains and Food Webs

December/January
Unit 4: Plant Life Cycles and Adaptations

January/February
Unit 5: Reproduction of Plants

February/March
Unit 6: Inherited and Acquired Traits

March/April
Unit 7:  Plant Life Cycles and Adaptations

April/May
Review of Major Concepts: Magnets, Electricity, Water Cycle, Simple Machines, Erosion, States of Matter, and Using Measuring Tools

May/June
Science Test Prep

May 25th-June 3
Science Performance Assessment

June 6
Science Written Exam

Social Studies

September
The Geography of NY State

October
Native Americans: First 
Inhabitants of NY State

November
European Exploration of the 
New World/Focus on New Amsterdam

December
Colonial Period in NY

January
French and Indian War/
The Revolutionary War

February
The Revolutionary War

March
Freedom and the New Nation

April
Immigration in NY State

May
Industrialization in NY State

June
The Civil War
and Westward Expansion

Science

September/October

October/November

November/December

January

February

February/March

April/May

May/June