Fourth Grade Remote Learning

Update March 30, 2020



zoo tigers

Every year, millions of people visit zoos around the world. But some people believe that zoos are inhumane and that animals should not be kept in captivity. Do you agree? Why or why not? Use specific reasons and examples to support your position.


Use the supplemental materials to help research your position (attached below).  Explore a virtual field trip of a zoo.  


Watch and listen to this story.  Then you can practice your own typing skills with the poems about nature below.
Happy Monday 4th Graders! 
Check-in with your teachers this week for new class content.  This site will have additional optional material you can explore at home.
New Content 3/23/2020

Online Games


Common Sense Media

Multiplying by Breaking Apart - Bunny Times - Area Models

Strategy Game with Factors and Products (Multiplication) - Product Game

Fractions on Number Lines - Fraction Game

Welcome Fourth Graders!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!  
MARCH 17, 2020
Factors and Multiples (Standard: Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1–100. Recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors.)

IXL Section D




Reading Literature (Standard:  Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.)
Reading Informational (Standard: Compare and contrast events or topics; describe the differences in focus and the information provided)
Vocabulary (Standard: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.)


Khan Academy Literature


IXL Sections W, X, Y


Explore Scholastic Learn at Home Stories and Activities





Writing (Standards: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.)

1.  Consider a variety of points of view of how an audience would perceive the image in fire hydrant.2.  Select one of the quotes in the attachment and explain what it means to you.  How do you use that quote in your own life?3.  Choose a prompt, from the list below, each day. Find some special paper or a journal for your writing. For each journal entry, write the date, title, and one or more paragraph(s) that includes: topic sentence, vivid details, transitions, and a closing sentence. Write for at least 15-20 minutes each day. Be sure to edit for capitals, punctuation and clear thoughts.pencil image• What kind of day are you having, and why?
• What's your favorite color, place, food, book, song, or movie, and why?
• What do you like to do? ...
• Where are you happiest? ...
• What's something you're good at? ...
• What do you consider to be your culture, and how do you feel about it?
MUSIC: Select the music packet below that fits your instrument and continue to practice the skills from music.  
ART:  Select a geo template and complete the decoration using the instructions.