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Fourth Grade, Loren Robinson- robinsonlp@unionyellowjackets.org

October 22-26
                   
 
October & November are HIGH ATTENDANCE months. Please make every effort to be at school ALL day, EVERY day!

Each child who raises $5.00 for the Walk-a-thon may wear his/her Halloween costume to school on Friday, October 26


Upcoming Dates to Remember:


October 22-26- Red Ribbon Week

Everyday - Wear a Red Ribbon to show our opposition to drugs and violence.
Monday – It’s Cool to be Drug Free – wear your shades
Tuesday – Hat’s Off to Being Drug Free – wear your hats/caps
Wednesday – “RED”Y to Live a Drug Free Life – Wear Red
Thursday – Don’t Let Drugs Mix You Up – Wear mix match clothes
Friday – I’m too BRIGHT for Drugs – Wear bright neon colors


October 22-26-Fall Book Fair

October 22-Family Event ( 3:30-6:00)

Nov. 7-Reading Fair
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The district grading scale:
 A = 90-100
B = 80-89
C = 70-79
D = 65-69
  F = 64 and Below
 


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-We are still focusing on identifying character traits. In order to do this, we will have to look closely and what the characters say, think, and do in the story. We will also be exploring how the setting contributes to the events of a story.


-We reading 100 Dresses to learn more about characters and character traits as well.


Vocabulary Words

recall-verb

to remember

isolate-verb

to remove or separate

resemble-verb

to look like someone or something

penalize-verb

to punish or count against

extinguish-verb

to put out (fire/light)

Character Trait:

gullible

adjective


easily tricked or fooled


Affixes

therm-

heat (thermometer, thermostat)

-phobia

fear (claustrophobia, arachnophobia)

- We are working on using context clues to figure out the meaning of unknown words or phrases. We are also learning about figurative language



-We are working on Topic 6: Word problems with multiplicative comparisons.




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