Throughout the semester, we have been updating the website with week by week information on what the students have been learning. Please choose from the weeks below.

### Week 8

#### Grade 4 English

Spelling words –

Letter, Ladder, Appear, Lesson, Soccer, classic, hollow, supper, accent, pizza, officer, lettuce, better, slipper, bottom, ribbon, summer, collage, occur, rabbit.

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell

his is the last week before Review Week and students finish off learning how to multiply by 2-digit numbers. They will learn how to multiply 2-digit numbers using regrouping, choose a multiplication method (partial products or regrouping) based on their preference, and solve multi-step 2-digit multiplication word problems using bar models.

On Thursday, students will learn how to read tables and how to retrieve information from tables to answer questions.

On Friday, students start gearing up for Review Week by starting Math Trivia Day; in which students will form teams and compete to solve a series of random math problems based on what they have learned from week 1 to week 8.

### Week 7

#### Grade 4 English

Circle, angle, cradle, ladle, castle, ruffle, juggle, ankle, battle, candle, fable, riddle, icicle, sparkle, jungle, tangle, marble, sizzle, paddle, handle.

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell

This week students begin Chapter 3, in which they will learn how to multiply by 2-Digit numbers. They will learn to multiply by tens, estimate the product of 2-Digit multiplication equations, solve equations using area models as well as using partial products.

On Friday, students will create a new Math Journal entry – showcasing how to solve a multiplication equation using both area models and partial products.

### Week 6

#### Grade 4 English

Aidan OBrien

Spelling words –

Tread, broad, split, chief, season, brain, throw, goal, scrape, choice, allow, auction, flaw, daughter, destroy, renew, boyhood, returned, chopped, counting.

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell

This week students will finish of learning the different techniques used to multiply, as well as learning to solve real world multiplication word problems. Students will also learn to use the Regrouping Strategy to solve more complex 2-Digit, 3-Digit and 4-Digit multiplication problems.

On Thursday, 13 June, students will take the Chapter 3 Review/Test. On Friday, students will create 2 new pages in their Math Journal to reinforce their understanding of this week’s lessons through a mini project.

### Week 5

#### Grade 4 English

Aidan OBrien

Counting, craned, seemed, burned, chopped, cracked, begged, moving, slipped, sailing, trimmed, shopping, returned, watching, pushed, visited, cringed, screamed, scratching, flapping.

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell

This week students will learn how to solve multiplication equations and word problems using the Distributive Property, Expanded Form and Partial Products.

As always, Friday is Math Journal Day – Each student will add a new chapter to their Math Journal that covers the three techniques used to solve multiplication problems, as well as pick a technique they are comfortable with to solve a Journal Problem.

### Week 4

#### Grade 4 English

Aidan OBrien

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell

Students start chapter 2 this week called Multiplication by 1-Digit Numbers. They will learn how to solve multiplication problems using multiplication models and addition & subtraction models, as well as learning to solve word problems using picture arrays, place values and number lines.

On Friday, the students will be creating and solving Multiplication Models in their Math Journals!

### Week 3

#### Grade 4 English

Aidan OBrien

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell

Week 3 sees the students learn how subtract whole numbers, as well as learning strategies to solve word problems by identifying important numbers and determining the keywords. By determining a word problem’s keywords, a student will be able to choose the appropriate Math operation to be performed.

On Thursday, 23rd May, the students will take the Chapter 1 Review Test which covers all the units in Chapter 1: Place Value, Addition and Subtraction to One Million.

Lastly, students will be adding a Word Problem entry into their Math Journals and use the C.U.B.E.S (Circle the numbers, Underline the question, Box the key words, Evaluate the information and Solve the problem) strategy to solve it..

### Week 2

#### Grade 4 English

Aidan OBrien

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell

### Week 1

#### Grade 4 English

Aidan OBrien

#### Grade 4 Science

Teacher Kim Ekengren

#### Grade 4 Math

Teacher Tyrone Bissell