Due Date: 2/23/2018
Subject: Math
MathSOL 4.5b
Add and subtract fractions having like and unlike denominators and put answers in simplest form.
We will continue working on comparing and ordering fractions.
***We will continue to review multiplication facts by having a weekly multiplication facts quiz. The quiz each week will be a mixed review of facts between 2 and 9. The quiz will be given each Thursday. If school is called off due to the weather, students will have the quiz the first day they return.
Due Date: 2/2/2018
Subject: Math
*Remember the dates may change due to inclement weather.
We will continue working on finding the least common multiple and greatest common factors.
The students WILL have a 29 review multiplication facts quiz on Thursday, February 1.
The students will:
SOL 4.2 a) compare and order fractions and mixed numbers
SOL 4.2 b) represent equivalent fractions and put fractions in simplest form; and
SOL 4.2 c) identify the division statement that represents a fraction (for example: 3/5 means the same as 3 divided by 5)
A study guide was sent home to use if your child needs help with this skill.
Due Date: 1/12/2018
Subject: Math
Students will not have a multiplication facts quiz this week.
SOL 4.5a The students will determine common multiples and factors, including least common multiple and greatest common factor. The following is a guide to use if your child needs help with this skill.
Factors & Multiples—SOL 4.5a
Factors

Multiples

A factor of a number is a number that divides evenly into that number with a remainder of zero.

A multiple of a number is the product of the number and any natural number.

Examples:
List all the factors for the following numbers:
6: 1, 2, 3, 6 32: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
11: 1, 11 24: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24
15: 1, 3, 5, 15 36: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 36

Examples:
List the first five multiples for each number:
5: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 3: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15
7: 7, 14, 21, 28, 35 9: 9, 18, 27, 36, 45
12: 12, 24, 36, 48, 60 10: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50

A common factor of two or more numbers is a divisor that all of the numbers share.
Example:
What are all of the common factors of 16 and 24?
16: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16
24: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24
The answer would be 1, 2, 4, and 8 because those are the factors the two numbers share or have in common.

Multiples are skipcounting numbers, or "count by" numbers. To find the multiples of five, we count by 5s. To find the multiples of ten, we count by 10s. To find the multiples of twelve, we count by 12s, and so on.

The greatest common factor of two or more numbers is the largest of the common factors that all of the numbers share.
Example:
What is the greatest common factor (GCF) of the numbers 16 and 24?
The answer would be 8 because of the four common factors they share (1, 2, 4, and 8), 8 is the greatest number in value.

The least common multiple of two or more numbers is the smallest common multiple of the given numbers.
Example:
What is the least common multiple (LCM) of the numbers 8 and 12?
The answer would be 24 because of the three multiples they share (24, 48, and 96), 24 is the least number in value.

Due Date: 12/22/2017
Subject: Math
End of third 6 weeks and first semester. Students will review skills taught during the first semester.
Christmas break will be December 22January 2.
Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.
Due Date: 12/15/2017
Subject: Math
We will review for second benchmark test.
Study all multiplication facts for 09.
***Multiplication facts quiz will be on 09 on Thursday, December 14.
Due Date: 12/8/2017
Subject: Math
SOL 4.11 We will work on the following:
a) investigate congruence of plane figures after geometric transformations, such as reflection, translation, and rotation, using mirrors, paper folding, and tracing; and
b) recognize the images of figures resulting from geometric transformations, such as translation, reflection, and rotation.
***Multiplication facts quiz will be on 69 on Thursday, December 7.
Due Date: 12/1/2017
Subject: Math
Students will continue to work on multiplication and division. Please disregard the following assignments. Please check this page frequently as the homework log I sent home may not be accurate.
*We are also out of Kleenex for the students to use in the classroom. If you would like to donate some, the students would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
We will work on SOL 4.12:
a) A polygon is a closed plane geometric figure composed of at least three line segments that do not cross. None of the sides are curved.
b) Identify the following polygons:
A triangle has three angles and three sides.
A quadrilateral has four sides.
A rectangle has four right angles.
A square is a rectangle with four sides of equal length.
A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides.
A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel.
A rhombus is a quadrilateral with four congruent sides.
A pentagon is a 5sided polygon.
A hexagon is a 6sided polygon.
A heptagon is a 7sided polygon.
An octagon is an 8sided polygon.
A nonagon is a 9sided polygon.
A decagon is a 10sided polygon.
Due Date: 11/17/2017
Subject: Math
Students will continue to work on multiplication and division. Due to my absences last week, we will be a little behind, so please disregard the following assignment. Don't worry, students will definitely be caught up. Please check this page frequently as the homework log I sent home may not be accurate.
*We are also out of Kleenex for the students to use in the classroom. If you would like to donate some, the students would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
We will also work on SOL 4.10—The student will
a) identify and describe representations of points, lines, line segments, rays, and angles, including endpoints and vertices;
b) identify representations of lines that illustrate intersection, parallelism, and perpendicularity.
There will not be a multiplication facts quiz or any test this week.
Due Date: 11/10/2017
Subject: Math
Due to unforeseen circumstances, I have not been at school for a few days. Therefore, we will continue to review and work on multiplying 2 digits by 2 digits. Students will not have a multiplication facts quiz this week. Please disregard the assignment below.
We will continue to work on SOL 4.4c: Divide 2 and 3digits by 1digit number with and without remainders. Please practice dividing and check by multiplying.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for 05
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for 05
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts 05
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for 05 will be given.
These facts will be mixed up. Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 11/3/2017
Subject: Math
SOL 4.4c: Divide 2 and 3digits by 1digit number with and without remainders. Please practice dividing and check by multiplying.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for 12.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for 12.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts 12.
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for 12 will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 10/27/2017
Subject: Math
Math SOL 4.4 Students will continue to work on multiplying 2 digits by 2 digits and work on division facts.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for eleven.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for eleven.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for eleven.
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for eleven will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 10/20/2017
Subject: Math
SOL 4.4 The student will
a) Estimate products of whole numbers;
b) Multiply whole numbers; multiply 2, 3, and 4 digits by 1 digit; multiply 2 digits by 2 digits
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MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for ten.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for ten.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for ten.
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for ten will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 10/13/2017
Subject: Math
Students will review skills to prepare for the first benchmark test.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for nine.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for nine.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for nine
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for nine will be given.
Due Date: 10/6/2017
Subject: Math
Math SOL 4.15—The student will recognize, create, and extend numerical and geometric patterns.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for eight.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for eight.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for eight.
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for eight will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 9/29/2017
Subject: Math
Math SOL 4.14: The students will collect, organize, display, and interpret data from a variety of graphs.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for seven.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for seven.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for seven.
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for seven will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 9/22/2017
Subject: Math
SOL 4.16 The student will:
a) Recognize and demonstrate the meaning of equality in an equation
Example: 4x3=2x6
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MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for six.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for six.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for six
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for six will be given.
FRIDAY: Have a great weekend!
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 9/15/2017
Subject: Math
We will continue to work on addition and subtraction and begin associative property.
SOL 4.16 Investigate and describe the associative property for addition as
(6 + 2) + 3= 6 + (2 + 3).
Investigate and describe the associative property for multiplication as
(3 x 2) x 4 = 3 x (2 x 4).
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for five
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for five
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for five
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for five will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 9/8/2017
Subject: Math
We will continue to work on adding whole numbers and begin subtraction.
SOL 4.4a The student will
a) estimate differences and subtract whole numbers
Practice subtracting whole numbers up to 6 digits with and without regrouping. Students may use IXL at home to practice.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for four.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for four.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for four.
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for four will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
FRIDAY: Have a great weekend!
Due Date: 8/26/2017
Subject: Math
We will continue to work on rounding whole numbers and begin addition.
SOL 4.4a The student will
a) estimate sums and add whole numbers
Practice adding whole numbers up to 6 digits.
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for three.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for three.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts for three.
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts for three will be given.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
FRIDAY: Have a great weekend!
Due Date: 8/25/2017
Subject: Math
SOL 4.1 The student will
a) identify orally and in writing the place value for each digit in a whole number expressed through millions;
b) Compare two whole numbers expressed through million, using symbols (<, >, =)
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MondayThursday: Practice saying a seven digit number, write in word form and standard form, and identify the place value of each digit. Review comparing symbols.
Example: 7,482,361 seven million, four hundred eighty two thousand, three hundred sixty one
7millions place: Value is 7,000,000
4hundred thousands place: Value is 400,000
8ten thousands place: Value is 80,0000
2thousands place: Value is 2,000
3hundreds place: Value is 300
6tens place: Value is 60
1ones place: Value is 1
b) Compare two whole numbers expressed through million, using symbols (<, >, =)
***Study for multiplication facts quiz for zero, one, and two to be given on Thursday, August 24.
Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
Due Date: 5/26/2017
Subject: Math
All of the Grade 4 Math SOLs have been taught for this year. Therefore, we will now start reviewing each skill students have learned. Math and social studies class will be used for math SOL review in order to prepare for the upcoming SOL tests.
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TUESDAY: Study and review the content in your Math SOL Study Guide (definitions, pictures, etc.) Use IXL and practice released tests on VDOE website.
WEDNESDAY: Study and review the content in your Math SOL Study Guide (definitions, pictures, etc.) Use IXL and practice released tests on VDOE website.
THURSDAY: Study and review the content in your Math SOL Study Guide (definitions, pictures, etc.) Use IXL and practice released tests on VDOE website.
FRIDAY: Have a great weekend!
Due Date: 5/25/2017
Subject: Social Studies
Most of our time will be spent on reviewing for the Math SOL test that will be given in a few weeks. We will finish any Virginia Studies SOLs not already covered after the Math SOL test.
S.5 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the role of Virginia in the American Revolution by
a) identifying the reasons why the colonies went to war with Great Britain, as expressed in the Declaration of Independence
b) identifying the various roles played by whites, enslaved African Americans, free African Americans, and American Indians in the Revolutionary War era, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and James Lafayette.
c) identifying the importance of the Battle of Great Bridge, the ride of Jack Jouett, and the American victory at Yorktown.
Due Date: 3/24/2017
Subject: Math
We will study measurement:
SOL 4.6: Weight/mass (customary and metric)
SOL 4.7: Length (customary and metric)
SOL 4.8: Liquid volumecustomary only
A study guide was sent home to study for a quiz that will be given on Thursday, March 23, 2017.
Students will not have a multiplication facts quiz this week.
Due Date: 3/10/2017
Subject: Math
SOL 4.9:
The student will determine elapsed time in hours and minutes within a 12hour period.
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MONDAY: Study for quiz on various multiplication facts.
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on various multiplication facts.
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on various multiplication facts.
THURSDAY: Quiz on various multiplication facts will be given.
FRIDAY: Have a great weekend!
Due Date: 2/25/2017
Subject: Social Studies
VS.4 The student will demonstrate knowledge of life in the Virginia colony by
a) explaining the importance of agriculture and its influence on the institution of slavery;
b) describing how the culture of colonial Virginia reflected the origins of European (English,
ScotsIrish, German) immigrants, Africans, and American Indians;
c) explaining the reasons for the relocation of Virginia’s capital from Jamestown to
Williamsburg to Richmond;
d) describing how money, barter, and credit were used;
e) describing everyday life in colonial Virginia.
Due Date: 2/3/2017
Subject: Math
SOL 4.5c: Add and subtract with decimals
***We will have a quiz on writing, comparing, ordering and rounding decimals on Thursday, February 2. A study guide was sent home.
***We will continue to review multiplication facts by having a weekly multiplication facts quiz. The quiz each week will be a mixed review of facts between 2 and 9. The quiz will be given each Thursday. If school is called off due to weather, students will have the quiz the first day they return.
Due Date: 1/13/2017
Subject: Math
January 46, 2017:
Review adding and subtracting fractions with like and unlike denominators and put answers in simplest form.
Review comparing fractions and putting fractions in order least to greatest with like and unlike denominators.
January 913, 2017
***We will continue to review multiplication facts by having a weekly multiplication facts quiz. The quiz each week will be a mixed review of facts between 2 and 9. The quiz will be on Thursday, January 12.
SOL 4.13 Probability
The students will predict the likelihood of an outcome of a simple event; and represent probability as a number between 0 and 1.
0Impossible for event to happen
1Certain to happen
1/2 Equally likely to happen
01/2 Unlikely to happen
1/21 Likely to happen
Due Date: 12/2/2016
Subject: Social Studies
We will work on the following:
d) identifying the importance of the General Assembly (1619) as the first representative
legislative body in English America;
e) identifying the importance of the arrival of Africans and English women to the Jamestown
settlement;
f) describing the hardships faced by settlers at Jamestown and the changes that took place to
ensure survival;
g) describing the interactions between the English settlers and the native peoples, including
the contributions of Powhatan to the survival of the settlers.
Due Date: 11/11/2016
Subject: Social Studies
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Virginia Studies
A quiz will be given on SOL VS3.a,b,c on Wednesday, November 9th. A study guide was sent home.
VS.3a The student will demonstrate knowledge of the first permanent English settlement in America by explaining the reasons for English colonization.
VS.3b Describe how geography influenced the decision to settle at Jamestown
VS.3c Explain the importance of the charters of the Virginia company of London in establishing the Jamestown settlement
Due Date: 10/28/2016
Subject: Social Studies
We will work on the following:
VS.3a The student will demonstrate knowledge of the first permanent English settlement in America by explaining the reasons for English colonization.
VS.3b Describe how geography influenced the decision to settle at Jamestown
VS.3c Explain the importance of the charters of the Virginia company of London in establishing the Jamestown settlement
Due Date: 10/21/2016
Subject: Math
Math SOL 4.4 : We will continue to work on multiplication of 2 digits by 2 digits
MONDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts of nine
TUESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts of nine
WEDNESDAY: Study for quiz on multiplication facts of nine
THURSDAY: Quiz on multiplication facts of nine will be given
Due Date: 10/21/2016
Subject: Social Studies
Virginia Studies VS.3a We will work on the following:
The student will demonstrate knowledge of the first permanent English settlement in America by explaining the reasons for English colonization.
Due Date: 10/14/2016
Subject: Social Studies
Virginia Studies: We will test on the following on Friday, October 10th.
VS.2d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the physical geography and native peoples, past and present, of locating three American Indian language groups (the Algonquian, the Siouan, and the Iroquoian) on a map of Virginia;
VS.2e describing how American Indians related to the climate and their environment to secure food, clothing, and shelter;
A study guide was sent home.
Due Date: 9/30/2016
Subject: Social Studies
We will begin working on VS.2d  Locating three American Indian language groups (the Algonquian, the Siouan, and the Iroquoian) on a map of Virginia.
Due Date: 9/23/2016
Subject: Social Studies
Virginia Studies SOL VS.2c
We will study the location and identify water features important to the early history of Virginia (Atlantic Ocean, Chesapeake Bay, James River, York River, Potomac River, Rappahannock River, and Lake Drummond and the Dismal Swamp.
A short quiz will be given on this SOL on Thursday, Sept. 22.
Alexandria is located along the Potomac River.
Fredericksburg is located on the Rappahannock River.
Yorktown is located along the York River.
Richmond and Jamestown are located along the James River.
George Washington explored and surveyed the Dismal Swamp.
Due Date: 9/2/2016
Subject: Math
SOL 4.1c) round whole numbers expressed through millions to the nearest thousand, ten thousand, and hundred thousand.
MONDAY: Study for multiplication facts quiz on two.
Practice rounding whole numbers.
Tuesday: Study for multiplication facts quiz on two.
Practice rounding whole numbers.
Wednesday: Study for multiplication facts quiz on two.
Practice rounding whole numbers.
Thursday: A quiz will be given on multiplication facts of
two. Students will not have time to add these on their fingers. They need to memorize the facts so they can provide the answer quickly as I call them out.
A quiz will be given on rounding whole numbers to nearest thousand, ten thousand and hundred thousand.
Due Date: 8/26/2016
Subject: Social Studies
We will study the location of Virginia by locating Virginia and its bordering states on maps of the United States and understanding that relative location may be described by using terms that show connections between two places, such as next to and bordering.
