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Grade 4 Pacing Calendar 2019-2020 excel format.xlsx

unit 7 draw conclusions Study Guide.docx
WRITING- Students have their writing journals and have started their fairy tales in class.  They can move through the writing process to complete this assignment and the final draft may be on paper or typed on the computer.
Complete AR for 3rd Quarter- 12 points with at least 85% comprehension by March 27th.  AR is now accessible from your home! :)

username: alvey
password: flix

Language Arts/Reading/Writing:  we will use a combination of Benchmark, Khan Academy for grammar lessons, and  other supplemental videos may be assigned or accessed through Discovery Education(all 3 can be accessed through Clever) and/or the Useful Links are of this website. 
Below are some fun & interactive ways to enjoy reading & books at home that have come available (and free for the time being...) while we experience this school closure. Any colorful text **should** be a live link you can click to explore the site! (some things are changing daily!):

1) Authors offering read alouds online: this is a great comprehensive list of links to videos of authors of books of all ages who are reading their books aloud for kids to enjoy at home. **A great follow up/review activity**--have your child write the main idea of the story or write a short, 2 sentence summary of the story they just listened to!

2) Scholastic Learn at Home: Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families.

3)  Bedtime Stories with Josh Gad (the voice of Olaf!):  Actor Josh Gad has been reading bedtime stories each night via twitter! By clicking this link, you can watch the readings of Olivia Goes to Venice, The Giving Tree, The Day The Crayons Quit, Hooray for Diffendoofer Day. A new story is planned for each night!  Fun fact--most of these books will have an AR quiz you can take! Be sure to look and see!
Parent Guide to using Picture Books.pdf
4) Writing: Personal Narratives are a great skill for us to review. Below there is a link for a "WRITE Menu" of ideas for writing different personal narratives.  Use it to inspire you! Begin a writing journal to keep your sentence skills sharpened (remember your "Sentence SWAG!"--capitalization & punctuation!) If you need a refresher on what makes a great personal narrative, you can re-watch our step-by-step instructional videos in the useful links section in the writing folder! 
personal narrative WRITE menu.pdf