St. Elizabeth Ann Seton - Wichita, KS

DECEMBER 10TH-14TH

“The future starts today, not tomorrow.”

                                                       m                     Pope John Paul II   

 

4A RELIGION  4A & B LANGUAGE ARTS

This webpage is for all 4th grade families.  It lists all the English and Language Arts information for the week. It also contains the Religion information for the students in my homeroom class (4A). If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at

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Tuesday, December 11th-- Field Trip to Pilsen, Spirit dress, Please bring a sack lunch & drink and a coat --We will spend time outside!

Saturday, December 15th--S.E.A.S. K OF C Blood Drive

Visit redcrossblood.org & use code Seton

Use the American Red Cross Blood Donor App at the App Store or Google Play Store or text BLOODAPP to 90999

Friday, December 14th--Happy Birthday, Sam!

Monday, December 17th--Gingerbread Event https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090b45acae2caa8-4thgrade1n

The student login link for MAP Skills has been added under LINKS on my webpage. Students may use this to practice tested MAP skills.

RELIGION (4A)

LESSON: Chapter 11:  The Third Commandment, Remember to Keep Holy the Lord’s Day.

PRAYER: The Ten Commandments,  Due Dec. 18th

VOCABULARY: synagogue, Sabbath, Holy Days of Obligation

THURSDAY (12/13) HOMEWORK:  pages 140-2 The review is open-book. Students not completing the chapter review in the book (labeled as Chapter Test), receive a demerit.  We grade the pages together and use it as a time to clarify anything misunderstood.  

TEST: Friday, December 14th

READING

STORY: A Long Way from Chicago: The Day of Judgement, 1932

SKILLS: comprehension, making inferences, predicting, figures of speech

VOCABULARY: gooseberries, galleon, brooch, livestock, biplane, barnstorming

AMAZING WORDS:  --

TEST: --

SPELLING

SKILL:  prepare, donkey, camel, Christmas, tidings, miracles, nativity, manger, shepherd, magi, frankincense, myrrh, gold

CHALLENGE WORDS:  --

TEST: Friday, December 14th

ENGLISH

SKILLS: Action Verbs in progressive tenses (was walking, am walking, will be walking), similes and metaphors

WRITTEN LANGUAGE

 

SKILLS: Various    

NOVEMBER 26TH-30TH

“The future starts today, not tomorrow.”

                                                                            Pope John Paul II   

 

4A RELIGION  4A & B LANGUAGE ARTS

This webpage is for all 4th grade families.  It lists all the English and Language Arts information for the week. It also contains the Religion information for the students in my homeroom class (4A). If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at

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Monday, November 26th--Happy Birthday, Gabe L.!

Monday, Nov. 26th--Red Cross Blood Drive Presentation

Wednesday, November 28th--Happy Birthday, Sadie!

Friday, Nov. 30th--4A Mass Readers and Choir (Meet in Mrs. Evans’s room before school)  

Sunday, December 2--Happy Birthday, Zach!

Tuesday, December 11th-- Field Trip to Pilsen

Saturday, December 15th--S.E.A.S. K OF C Blood Drive

Tuesday, December 18th--Gingerbread Event (information and Sign Up Genius coming soon)

The student login link for MAP Skills has been added under LINKS on my web page. Students may use this to practice tested MAP skills.

RELIGION (4A)

LESSON: Chapter 9: The First Commandment  

PRAYER: The Ten Commandments,  Due Dec. 18th

VOCABULARY: prayer, worship, idolatry

WEDNESDAY (11/28) HOMEWORK:  pages 116-117 The review is open-book. Students not completing the chapter review in the book (labeled as Chapter Test), receive a demerit.  We grade the pages together and use it as a time to clarify anything misunderstood.  

TEST: Thursday, November 29th

READING

STORY: None, Unit 2 Review

SKILLS: Main Idea and Details, Inferring, Drawing Conclusions,  Fact and Opinion,prefixes, suffixes

VOCABULARY: Review

AMAZING WORDS:  Review

TEST: Friday, November 30th

SPELLING

SKILL:  Unit 2 Review

LIST: friends, companies, scratches, tomatoes, children, themselves, morning, garbage, young, whisper, elephant, shrink

CHALLENGE WORDS:  NONE

TEST: Friday, November 30th

ENGLISH

SKILLS: Common and Proper Nouns, Regular and Irregular Plural Nouns, Singular and Plural Possessive Noun

 

WRITTEN LANGUAGE

 

SKILLS: Review                                                                                            

 

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