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4th Grade Assignments

4th Grade Daily Plan-Week 1
Please click on the documents at left that correspond to each week's assignments.

 

Language Arts

 

 

 

 

 

 

i-Ready: Log into Clever (at https://clever.com/in/northhaven), then click on i-Ready.

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

 

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

 

Reading: Choose whichever genre you would like to read!

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Looking for books?  Check out these great websites!

www.raz-kids.com

 

Reading Response:  After you have read for 30 minutes, choose a daily reading response from the choices below. You can use any type of paper from home or you can use the paper that was sent to you.

Choice #1

(fiction)

Choice #2

(fiction)

Choice #3

(fiction)

Choice #4

(fiction)

Choice #5

(fiction)

What is the central idea/theme/ lesson of the passage?  Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.

The setting is important to the central idea/theme of this story because…

 

(Provide evidence to support your answer.)

What does the author reveal about the character throughout the passage? Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.

Which words contribute to the mood or the tone of the story? Explain.

How is (a character’s) view of himself/herself different from (another character’s) view of him/her.   Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.

Choice #6

(non-fiction)

Choice #7

(non-fiction)

Choice #8

(non-fiction)

Choice #9 (non-fiction)

Choice #10

(non-fiction)

What is the main idea of the passage? Provide details to support the main idea.

Choose a statement from the article that best supports the main idea.  Provide evidence from the text to support your answer.

How is the article mainly structured? (Think text structure) 

Provide evidence from the text to support your answer.

Choose an important phrase.  Describe why it is important to the main idea.

Is the author’s view on _____ positive or negative?   Provide evidence from the text to support your answer.

Comprehension Work:  You can use paper from home or the paper that was sent to you.

Day 1

 

Day 2

Narrative Brief Write

Day 3

Day 4

Informational Brief Write

Day 5

Read Passage & Answer Questions:

 

Katerina’s Wish

 

Complete Brief Write #1

 

Read Passage & Answer Questions:

 

Finding Sacagawea

 

Complete Brief Write #2 

Read Passage & Answer Questions:

 

The Thirst for First is the Worst

 
Math
Click on the "Grade 4 Place Value_Factors_Multiples" file below to view your Math activities for Week 1. You may also use the "Multiplication and Division Cards" file as reference.
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4th Grade Daily Plan-Week 2

Language Arts

i-Ready: Log into Clever (at https://clever.com/in/northhaven), then click on i-Ready.

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

 

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

Go on i-Ready for 30 minutes

 

Reading: Choose whichever genre you would like to read!

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Read for 30 minutes

 

Write the names of the books you read on the reading log

Looking for books?  Check out these great websites!

   www.raz-kids.com

 

Reading Response:  After you have read for 30 minutes, choose a daily reading response from the choices below. You can use any type of paper from home or you can use the paper that was sent to you.

Choice #1

(fiction)

Choice #2

(fiction)

Choice #3

(fiction)

Choice #4

(fiction)

Choice #5

(fiction)

What is the central idea/theme/ lesson of the passage?  Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.

The setting is important to the central idea/theme of this story because…

 

(Provide evidence to support your answer.)

What does the author reveal about the character throughout the passage? Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.

Which words contribute to the mood or the tone of the story? Explain.

How is (a character’s) view of himself/herself different from (another character’s) view of him/her.   Provide evidence from the story to support your answer.

Choice #6

(non-fiction)

Choice #7

(non-fiction)

Choice #8

(non-fiction)

Choice #9 (non-fiction)

Choice #10

(non-fiction)

What is the main idea of the passage? Provide details to support the main idea.

Choose a statement from the article that best supports the main idea.  Provide evidence from the text to support your answer.

How is the article mainly structured? (Think text structure) 

Provide evidence from the text to support your answer.

Choose an important phrase.  Describe why it is important to the main idea.

Is the author’s view on _____ positive or negative?   Provide evidence from the text to support your answer.

 

Comprehension Work:  You can use paper from home or the paper that was sent to you.

Day 1

Opinion Brief Write

Day 2

Day 3

Narrative Brief Write

Day 4

Day 5

Informational Brief Write

Complete Brief Write #3

Read Passage & Answer Questions:

 

Bee Season

 

Complete Brief Write #4

Read Passage & Answer Questions:

 

A Man’s Cup

Complete Brief Write #5

Math
Click on the "Revised Grade 4 Week 2" file below to view your Math activities for Week 2.  You may also use the "Multiplication and Division Cards" file as reference.