Week 12

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: This week’s focus was learning to estimate sums and differences.  “We did group stations and rotations.” “We got to use a computer in math groups” “We are learning how to become mathematicians.” “I love practicing math on abcya.com.” 

Literacy: Students worked hard to use writing checklist to guide their writing. “We did Reader Response in writing.” “We learned how to make great beginnings.” 

Other: “We made poppy art.” “ We did the Gym fitness test and I can do 100 jumping jacks!” “We got to rock our Mocs this Friday.” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Remember to bring your recorder.

Study the science review sheet for the test on Wednesday...and remember to bring it back on Monday so we can work through it in class. 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 11

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math:  We estimated  and rounded to the nearest ten and hundred in math. We did all sorts of math challenges to do with 3 and 4 digit sums. We did a Pokemon lego question in Math. 

Literacy: We worked on the computers to finish up “The Best Part of Me” We talked about Remembrance Day. We wrote postcards to veterans. 

Other: We are having our Remembrance Day ceremony. We decorated the doves with our fingerprints. We finished our Badminton Unit in Gym. In Social Studies we talked about good ways to spend Remembrance Day and how can we honour veterans. We got our groups for a song that we are doing for the assembly in Music and Choir. We made a Rubric to help us plan our work so that we can do better on our assignment.

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

“Remember to bring your recorder.”

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning

Week 10

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math:  We are learning to round numbers to help us to see if our answers to math problems are reasonable. “We counted seeds in different ways.”  We counted seeds in groups of ten and recombined them to find 126.” “We practiced sequencing with really big numbers.” 

Literacy: We finished “The Best Part of Me” writing. We used webs and graphic organizers to help in our writing. “We had to describe our pumpkin using our senses.”

Other: “We had a Halloween Happening in the gym.”  “We had snacks and watched a movie.” It was my first time ever winning one of the games in Halloween Happening and I got the highest score!” “I got to do face painting, one of my favourite things.”

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

“Remember to bring your recorder.”

***Please return your signed math assessment.**

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning

Week 8

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: In math we learned about sorting with a Venn diagram. We used Carrol diagrams.  We were sorting numbers. We played place value Yahtzee. We made a Human Venn diagram. 

Literacy: We got to ask our buddy some question about “Monster Chef.” We learned about rootwords and suffixes. We used graphic organizers and wrote our all about me paragraphs. 

Our group was learning about compound words which are two words mooshed together. 

Other: Learning how to place badminton. We started recorders in Music. We went on a walking field trip. We learned bubblegum brain in mindfulness. 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning:

Contact Mrs. Powell or Mr. Dunning for a parent-teacher interview if you have not already had one.  

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask me about Place Value into the 10 000s 

Remember to encourage healthy sleeping habits. 

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 7

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: “We placed Place Value Yahtzee.” “We did the Place Value Game when we tried to win against Mrs. Powell.” “We did side to side and top to bottom addition.” “We put numbers in order.” “We put the numbers from greatest to least.” 

Literacy: “We’ve been doing a lot of mindfulness and reading.” “We did the smell writing for cheese.” “I got to read the three books I really wanted to read.” “We did descriptive writing.” “We’ve been working on Reading Power.” “We started on our Word Work.” “We did The Best Part of Me.” 

Other: “We played sharks and minnows with basketballs.” “We did Real Farmers Grow Pumpkins, Beets and Carrots.” “We did week two observations for our vermicompost.” “We went to the library.” “We learned how to dribble in sideline basketball.” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning:

Contact Mrs. Powell or Mr. Dunning for a parent-teacher interview if you have not already had one.  

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 6

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: “We did standard form, written form and expanded form.” “In math we worked with numbers on pages with whiteboard markers.” “We went into a time machine.We went from grade one all the way back to grade four.” 

Literacy: “We’ve been doing a lot of reading.” “We did writing on sight, touch and taste.” “I’m starting to read my new book from the library.” “We learned to do descriptive writing.” 

Other: “It was two student’s birthdays!” “We learned how to dribble and do BEEF and now I’m doing basketball at home.” “We made a home for our red wigglers. We made their environment. It’s called a vermicompost bin.” “We got our pictures taken!” “We’ve been learning and doing a lot of basketball.”  “In S.S. we used textbooks about our Alberta.” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 5

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: We finished our patterns and relations unit! Next week we will begin looking at numeracy. 

 “We had a math assessment.” “We practiced at home for the test.” “We’ve been learning how to use charts.” 

Literacy: We’ve started our guided reading groups. Next week each student will read with a teacher. Which group is your child in? Geese, Eagles, Deer, Bison or Elk? 

“We learned about subject, predicates, and fragments.” “We read with our reading groups.” 

 

Other

“We got surprised by our class pet.” “We made a home for our new class pets!” “We learned how to take care of the red wigglers.” “We got to see a red wiggler worm hatching!” “We learned a LOT about composting.” “We learned about biodegradable and nonbiodegradable.” “We got to see a plum decompose from the middle. We got to see a pineapple implode and we got to see a watermelon sink.” “We saw snow melt inside a plastic bag and saw all the dirt and bacteria!” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 4

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: Patterns and relations. We are finishing up our unit on patterns and relations! A study guide will be coming home for this unit during the week.

“We were trying to figure out how to make shapes grow. “We were doing patterns.” “We made a sentence for an equation.” "We used pattern rules to find missing numbers in a T-chart."

Literacy: We’ve been using Reading Power! We are learning about how good readers think while reading and have been practicing making connections while reading. 

“We did D.E.A.R.” “We met our buddies and we read a story to them.” “EEKK! Elbow to elbow, knee to knee, book in the middle so we can see.”

Other

“We did leaf rubbings and learned about smudging.” “We learned about Orange Shirt Day and the Terry Fox Run.” “We learned about biodegradable and nonbiodegradable.” “We learned you need a subject and predicate to make a sentence.” “We learned about bacteria, isopods, worms and fungi and that they help break things down.” “We built a park and gathered leaves.” “Music, we got to use instruments like hand drums, triangles, and wood blocks.”

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Complete the practice questions on the study guide for math. 

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 3

A big thanks to everyone who was a part of Meet theTeacher night. If you weren't able to join us please call the school at lunch or after school to set up a meeting time with your child's teacher. If you are encountering problems with PowerSchool and not receiving messages from the school, please contact the Main Office for support. There are handouts to help with relevant phone numbers.

We are working on the following:

Math: Continuing to make use of pattern rules and t-charts to locate and extend patterns. "In Math we worked on 2, 3, and 4 star questions." "We described patterns and rules."

Literacy: "We finished our Introduce Me books." "We wrote about monsters in descriptive writing." "We had a huge increase in reading stamina this week." "We had a writing assessment."

Other: "We talked about waste in our world." "We learned that waste can be made of bio-degradable and non-biodegradable parts." "We made a waste vocabulary map." "We completed our Say Something art reflections."


This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Ask your child about our math code words (t-chart, attribute, patterns rule, pattern core, sort, increase, decrease, and extend). Can your child tell you what each word means? 

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunnings


Week 2

We are working on the following:

Math: Patterns and relations. Code Words we are learning: attribute, patterns rule, pattern core, sort, increase, decrease, and extend. 

“I liked how we got to build up the patterns.” “ I liked the stair math.” “ I liked when we were making patterns with our partners [on a 100 chart].” “ Math is so much fun. I love it!” “ We learned about increasing and decreasing patterns.” 

Literacy: Reading stamina and checking for understanding. Writing about ourselves, our hopes, dreams, goals, preferences and family. 

 “D.E.A.R stuck with me because I love reading”

Other

“We did more pages of “Let Me Introduce Myself.” “I liked Go Noodle. It was really fun.”

“We learned that Andy Warhol was a really famous Pop Artist.” “We learned about contrast and how it makes colors pop.” “ I really liked learning about Caine’s Arcade.” “I liked P.E. and dodgeball because it was fun”

 This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Ask your child about our math code words (attribute, patterns rule, pattern core, sort, increase, decrease, and extend). Can your child tell you what each word means? 

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunnings


Week 1

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: We are working on "Growth Mindsets" in the Week of Inspirational Math.

"We explained how shapes made out of squares go and working up to level 20 of our staircase." 

"We played the hoop game [using patterns] on Wednesday in the gym."

Literacy: We talked about picking "Just Right Books" and "I Pick Strategies"

"We learned about the library and we read a bunch of books like, Personal Space Camp, The Happy Book, and First Day Jitters.

Other: "We learned about our community." "We learned about respect." "We learned about personal space." "When we were in the garden picking weeds we saw a lot of slugs and I've never seen one before so it was really cool." " My favourite part was when we went outside for gym and we played horse tails."  

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunnings

Grade 4 Team

Week 12

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: This week’s focus was learning to estimate sums and differences.  “We did group stations and rotations.” “We got to use a computer in math groups” “We are learning how to become mathematicians.” “I love practicing math on abcya.com.” 

Literacy: Students worked hard to use writing checklist to guide their writing. “We did Reader Response in writing.” “We learned how to make great beginnings.” 

Other: “We made poppy art.” “ We did the Gym fitness test and I can do 100 jumping jacks!” “We got to rock our Mocs this Friday.” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Remember to bring your recorder.

Study the science review sheet for the test on Wednesday...and remember to bring it back on Monday so we can work through it in class. 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 11

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math:  We estimated  and rounded to the nearest ten and hundred in math. We did all sorts of math challenges to do with 3 and 4 digit sums. We did a Pokemon lego question in Math. 

Literacy: We worked on the computers to finish up “The Best Part of Me” We talked about Remembrance Day. We wrote postcards to veterans. 

Other: We are having our Remembrance Day ceremony. We decorated the doves with our fingerprints. We finished our Badminton Unit in Gym. In Social Studies we talked about good ways to spend Remembrance Day and how can we honour veterans. We got our groups for a song that we are doing for the assembly in Music and Choir. We made a Rubric to help us plan our work so that we can do better on our assignment.

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

“Remember to bring your recorder.”

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning

Week 10

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math:  We are learning to round numbers to help us to see if our answers to math problems are reasonable. “We counted seeds in different ways.”  We counted seeds in groups of ten and recombined them to find 126.” “We practiced sequencing with really big numbers.” 

Literacy: We finished “The Best Part of Me” writing. We used webs and graphic organizers to help in our writing. “We had to describe our pumpkin using our senses.”

Other: “We had a Halloween Happening in the gym.”  “We had snacks and watched a movie.” It was my first time ever winning one of the games in Halloween Happening and I got the highest score!” “I got to do face painting, one of my favourite things.”

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

“Remember to bring your recorder.”

***Please return your signed math assessment.**

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning

Week 8

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: In math we learned about sorting with a Venn diagram. We used Carrol diagrams.  We were sorting numbers. We played place value Yahtzee. We made a Human Venn diagram. 

Literacy: We got to ask our buddy some question about “Monster Chef.” We learned about rootwords and suffixes. We used graphic organizers and wrote our all about me paragraphs. 

Our group was learning about compound words which are two words mooshed together. 

Other: Learning how to place badminton. We started recorders in Music. We went on a walking field trip. We learned bubblegum brain in mindfulness. 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning:

Contact Mrs. Powell or Mr. Dunning for a parent-teacher interview if you have not already had one.  

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask me about Place Value into the 10 000s 

Remember to encourage healthy sleeping habits. 

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 7

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: “We placed Place Value Yahtzee.” “We did the Place Value Game when we tried to win against Mrs. Powell.” “We did side to side and top to bottom addition.” “We put numbers in order.” “We put the numbers from greatest to least.” 

Literacy: “We’ve been doing a lot of mindfulness and reading.” “We did the smell writing for cheese.” “I got to read the three books I really wanted to read.” “We did descriptive writing.” “We’ve been working on Reading Power.” “We started on our Word Work.” “We did The Best Part of Me.” 

Other: “We played sharks and minnows with basketballs.” “We did Real Farmers Grow Pumpkins, Beets and Carrots.” “We did week two observations for our vermicompost.” “We went to the library.” “We learned how to dribble in sideline basketball.” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning:

Contact Mrs. Powell or Mr. Dunning for a parent-teacher interview if you have not already had one.  

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 6

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: “We did standard form, written form and expanded form.” “In math we worked with numbers on pages with whiteboard markers.” “We went into a time machine.We went from grade one all the way back to grade four.” 

Literacy: “We’ve been doing a lot of reading.” “We did writing on sight, touch and taste.” “I’m starting to read my new book from the library.” “We learned to do descriptive writing.” 

Other: “It was two student’s birthdays!” “We learned how to dribble and do BEEF and now I’m doing basketball at home.” “We made a home for our red wigglers. We made their environment. It’s called a vermicompost bin.” “We got our pictures taken!” “We’ve been learning and doing a lot of basketball.”  “In S.S. we used textbooks about our Alberta.” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 5

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: We finished our patterns and relations unit! Next week we will begin looking at numeracy. 

 “We had a math assessment.” “We practiced at home for the test.” “We’ve been learning how to use charts.” 

Literacy: We’ve started our guided reading groups. Next week each student will read with a teacher. Which group is your child in? Geese, Eagles, Deer, Bison or Elk? 

“We learned about subject, predicates, and fragments.” “We read with our reading groups.” 

 

Other

“We got surprised by our class pet.” “We made a home for our new class pets!” “We learned how to take care of the red wigglers.” “We got to see a red wiggler worm hatching!” “We learned a LOT about composting.” “We learned about biodegradable and nonbiodegradable.” “We got to see a plum decompose from the middle. We got to see a pineapple implode and we got to see a watermelon sink.” “We saw snow melt inside a plastic bag and saw all the dirt and bacteria!” 

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 4

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: Patterns and relations. We are finishing up our unit on patterns and relations! A study guide will be coming home for this unit during the week.

“We were trying to figure out how to make shapes grow. “We were doing patterns.” “We made a sentence for an equation.” "We used pattern rules to find missing numbers in a T-chart."

Literacy: We’ve been using Reading Power! We are learning about how good readers think while reading and have been practicing making connections while reading. 

“We did D.E.A.R.” “We met our buddies and we read a story to them.” “EEKK! Elbow to elbow, knee to knee, book in the middle so we can see.”

Other

“We did leaf rubbings and learned about smudging.” “We learned about Orange Shirt Day and the Terry Fox Run.” “We learned about biodegradable and nonbiodegradable.” “We learned you need a subject and predicate to make a sentence.” “We learned about bacteria, isopods, worms and fungi and that they help break things down.” “We built a park and gathered leaves.” “Music, we got to use instruments like hand drums, triangles, and wood blocks.”

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Complete the practice questions on the study guide for math. 

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunning


Week 3

A big thanks to everyone who was a part of Meet theTeacher night. If you weren't able to join us please call the school at lunch or after school to set up a meeting time with your child's teacher. If you are encountering problems with PowerSchool and not receiving messages from the school, please contact the Main Office for support. There are handouts to help with relevant phone numbers.

We are working on the following:

Math: Continuing to make use of pattern rules and t-charts to locate and extend patterns. "In Math we worked on 2, 3, and 4 star questions." "We described patterns and rules."

Literacy: "We finished our Introduce Me books." "We wrote about monsters in descriptive writing." "We had a huge increase in reading stamina this week." "We had a writing assessment."

Other: "We talked about waste in our world." "We learned that waste can be made of bio-degradable and non-biodegradable parts." "We made a waste vocabulary map." "We completed our Say Something art reflections."


This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Ask your child about our math code words (t-chart, attribute, patterns rule, pattern core, sort, increase, decrease, and extend). Can your child tell you what each word means? 

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunnings


Week 2

We are working on the following:

Math: Patterns and relations. Code Words we are learning: attribute, patterns rule, pattern core, sort, increase, decrease, and extend. 

“I liked how we got to build up the patterns.” “ I liked the stair math.” “ I liked when we were making patterns with our partners [on a 100 chart].” “ Math is so much fun. I love it!” “ We learned about increasing and decreasing patterns.” 

Literacy: Reading stamina and checking for understanding. Writing about ourselves, our hopes, dreams, goals, preferences and family. 

 “D.E.A.R stuck with me because I love reading”

Other

“We did more pages of “Let Me Introduce Myself.” “I liked Go Noodle. It was really fun.”

“We learned that Andy Warhol was a really famous Pop Artist.” “We learned about contrast and how it makes colors pop.” “ I really liked learning about Caine’s Arcade.” “I liked P.E. and dodgeball because it was fun”

 This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Ask your child about our math code words (attribute, patterns rule, pattern core, sort, increase, decrease, and extend). Can your child tell you what each word means? 

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunnings


Week 1

Hello and Welcome to the Grade 4 blog!

At the end of every week students reflect on their learning to help create this blog post. All quotes are directly from students in Grade 4.

We are working on the following:

Math: We are working on "Growth Mindsets" in the Week of Inspirational Math.

"We explained how shapes made out of squares go and working up to level 20 of our staircase." 

"We played the hoop game [using patterns] on Wednesday in the gym."

Literacy: We talked about picking "Just Right Books" and "I Pick Strategies"

"We learned about the library and we read a bunch of books like, Personal Space Camp, The Happy Book, and First Day Jitters.

Other: "We learned about our community." "We learned about respect." "We learned about personal space." "When we were in the garden picking weeds we saw a lot of slugs and I've never seen one before so it was really cool." " My favourite part was when we went outside for gym and we played horse tails."  

This is what you can do at home to support student learning: 

Read 20 minutes per night.

Ask about the day.

Check out the School Website for Dates to Remember.

From,

The Powell Owls and Stunning Dunnings

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