Homework & Assignments

Monday, Jan. 16

ANIMATION

CAMERA

CEL

CGI

CLAYMATION

COMPUTER

CUT

DIRECTOR

EDITING

FRAME

GENERATED

IMAGERY

PRODUCER

RATE

SCENE

SCORE

SCRIPT

SET

STORYBOARD

> Remember to bring in photos of your pet for French.


Friday, Jan. 13

> Math Sheet due Monday

> Any discarded or unused lego pieces or lego friends to be used for Stop Motion. 

Thursday, Jan. 11
(Word Problem)

Deborah is running a marathon. She can run 4 miles in an hour. How long will it take her to run 26 miles?
(Use + to show Jogging Exercise.png
Words and Numbers.

> Spelling Quiz 
> Pizza and milk forms are online 
http://nod.schools.smcdsb.on.ca/UserFiles/Servers/Server_92005/File/Hot%20Dog%20Orders%20Feb-Mar%202017.pdf
> Skipping ropes for Phed.
> Keyboard if you can. Thank you.


Monday, January 9/2017

Welcome Back Everyone!

Spelling words for this week:

balclava biting blizzard January evergreen  flurries freezing frostbite gloves hibernate icicle insulation mittens shiver slippery sweater thermometer toboggan whiteout woolens windy wintry


Test is on Friday so be sure to study each night for homework.

This week we will be starting keyboard/piano instruction.  We do have some portable keyboards for students to use during lessons instruction periods. If you have one at home that is not being used, I would much appreciate borrowing it for the next few weeks for in class use. Thank you. 





Friday, Dec. 9

YIKES, Monday is last day for Family gift items to arrive.


> Math sheet
>Novel Study Activities 1 or 2 work on.
> Provincial/Territory Flag

Tuesday, Dec. 6
>Novel study sheet signed  due date Dec. 22
> O.S.P.C.A. items

Novel Study Assignment
You have 2 activities to complete from the list below.  Please be sure to check your spelling,punctuation and grammar before handing in your final copies.  All work must be placed in your duo-tang and left on your desk at the end of the day it is due.  

Thursday, December 22

 

1)  Make a new cover page for your novel and illustrate it.

     Do your rough copy first and then your good copy. (10)

 

 2) Google Slides presentation.  Choose eight important events in your story.  Make a 12 to 15 page keynote presentation of images or pictures portraying each event.  Make sure that the pictures are in proper sequence. Under each picture write a brief paragraph to explain why each event is important in your novel.

Print off a copy, hole punch and place it in your duo-tang.(20)

Spelling and Grammar accuracy will count, so be sure to check all finished work.(10)





MONDAY, Dec. 5:

> spelling words for this week.

APEX

BASE

CONGRUENT

CUBE

CYLINDER

EDGE

FACE

GLACIERS

GREATLAKES

HEIGHT

ICOSAHEDRON

LENGTH

OCTAHEDRON

POLYGON

POLYHEDRON

PRISM

RECTANGULAR

TETRAHEDRON

VETEX

WIDTH

> Advent mass on Wednesday at Guardian Angels church 6:30p.m.

> Social Studies project due on Thursday.

> Math quiz on geometry: Friday
(measure angles with protractor
identify geometric solids(faces, edges, vertices)

> Family Christmas gift to bring in by next Monday.

>O.S.P.C.A.  items can be brought in by Thursday.


Friday, Dec. 2

>Let's win the Popcorn party Gr. 4!
Bring in donations for the S.P.C.A. 
(canned food, rawhide, blanket, $$ etc.)
> Math Sheet (Group Pass for entire Group completed)
> SOCIAL STUDY PROJECT DUE THURSDAY.



Tuesday, Nov. 29
> Math sheet (Tables for 3 and 4)
> Prodigy
> S.S. Project.

Monday, November 28
> Social studies slide presentation
> Advent activity: As I wait for Jesus to come" : ( I see. . ., I hear . . ., I smell . . ., I feel . . .)
>Prodigy

Spelling Words for this week.

ADVENT

BONBONS

CANDLE

CARDS

CAROLS

CHRISTIAN

CHRISTMAS

DECORATE

EMMANUEL

JINGLEBELLS

JOSEPH

MANGER

MARY

MERRY

MISTLETOE

NATIVITY

PURPLE

SHOPPING

SNOWMAN

WREATH



Tuesday, November 22

>Science test on Food Chains, Habitats and Structural Adaptations on Thursday
>Prodigy Math
>Study spelling

The following is the outline for the grade 4 social studies project on a province or territory of Canada.

CANADA

PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENTS:  POLITICAL AND PHYSICAL REGIONS OF CANADA

Pick a Province / Territory Guide Sheet

Each student will need to research each topic for a report on a province or territory.  After  completing the research report they will be presenting the information to the class.  

(After your title page,  use a new slide and more for each major sub-topic)

Sub-Topics

General Information

  1. How large is this province or territory?  How many people live there?
  2. What is the capital?
  3. What are the major cities?
  4. What is its nickname or motto?
  5. What type of communities are found there?  (e.g tourist, manufacturing, agricultural, First Nations, forestry and mining)
  6. Other interesting facts you happen to find.

Geography of the Province or Territory

1. What borders it?  (N, S, E, W)

2. What is the land or terrain like for this area?  

3. What bodies of water does it have?  How do they influence the human activity in the surrounding area (e.g. with respect to transportation, industry, recreation, commercial fishing,)? 

4. Are there other important physical features?    

  1. On a map show bodies of water, major cities, landforms, natural resources, major roadways and railways.
  2. Identify the physical region(s) of your province or territory and describe their characteristics.    How has the natural environment of the region affected the development of industry in this area?

History

  1. Where did its first settlers come from? ( First Nations communities, Europeans . . .)
  2. Who else settled in this area?
  3. When did it become part of Canada?
  4. What important events happened here?

Natural Resources/Products

  1. What important natural resources are here?  How are they used and managed?  (e.g. water, for hydroelectricity and recreation).  
  2. What crops are grown?
  3. What types of raw materials are manufactured?
  4. Describe a variety of exchanges that occur among communities and regions and between your province and the other provinces or territories in Canada.  (e.g. fruit from Niagara Peninsula, nickel in Sudbury, potatoes in PEI, fish in BC, grain in Saskatchewan, Inuit Artwork in Nunavut) 
  5. What are some issues or challenges associated with balancing human needs/wants, and activities with environmental stewardship in your political / physical region of Canada? 

Wildlife

  1. What are some common animals found here?
  2. What are some common birds found here?
  3. What kinds of fish are found here?
  4. Are there any environmental issues or problems regarding the wildlife?

Fun and Trivia

  1. What special attractions does this area have?
  2. What food?  Sports teams?  Unusual buildings or monuments?
  3. If you visited this area, what would you like to do?

Google Slides Presentation

Using the above information you will be creating a slide presentation on google docs with text and pictures to use while you are presenting your information.

   

Due Date: Thursday,  December 8,  2016



MONDAY< November 21
>Last day for food orders into office.
>wear Pink for anti bulleying support.
> Social Studies assignment signed and returned

>Spelling for this week.

  • St. John’s
  • Charlottetown
  • Halifax
  • Fredericton
  • Québec City
  • Toronto
  • Winnipeg
  • Regina
  • Edmonton
  • Victoria
  • Iqaluit
  • Yellowknife
  • Whitehorse
  • wolverines, 
  •  minerals
  •  lead,
  • gold,
  • nickel,
  • copper 
  • zinc



FYI  Grade 4 students and families.

Participate in the Canada Day Challenge and Celebrate Your Future!

 

The Canada Day Challenge invites young Canadians from 8 to 18 years of age to celebrate Canada’s culture, explore its heritage, and to participate in a unique creative experience!  This year’s theme isCelebrate Your Future!

 

2017 will mark the 30th anniversary of the Canada Day Challenge, an art, photography and creative writing contest. Participants could win an all-expenses paid grand prize trip for two to Ottawa to celebrate Canada Day and take part in activities for the 150th anniversary of Confederation.

 

Canada is 150 years young in 2017! Thousands of events, activities and dialogues will take place and Canadians are invited to participate, celebrate and explore Canada in 2017 to discover what it means to be Canadian.

 

Young Canadians are encouraged to get inspired and show us their vision of Canada’s next 150 years by submitting an entry in the following categories: Draw it! (drawing or painting), Snap it! (photography) orWrite it! (creative writing).

 

The Challenge will accept entries from January 3 to March 31, 2017.

 

Teachers, parents and educators – Visit our website for more contest details, such as how to submit an entry. Learning resources are also available online to all Canadians free of charge, atwww.canada.ca/canada-day-challenge.

 

Should you require more information, please email us at PCH.defi-challenge.PCH@canada.ca.

 

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram!

@CndHeritage  ·  #CanadaDayChallenge  ·  @canadian.heritage

 

 

Young aspiring filmmakers can check out the Canada Day Video Challenge, part of Historica Canada’s Here’s My Canada contest. www.heresmycanada.ca

 



Thursday, November 17
>Thank you for a wonderful mass today!
> Math sheet both sides
> Prodigy Math

Monday, Nov. 14
> spelling words for test on Thursday.

features biological resources bread basket boreal forest saskatchewan
congruent protractor degree quadrilateral diagonal kite adjacent sides parallel line similar figures vertex vertices skeleton 


>
schedule parent teacher interview online using code that was sent home.
> Play Prodigy Math if you can.

Friday, Nov. 11

> Math sheet on measurement of mass and litres.
> Read for 30 minutes or more each day



Thursday, Nov. 10

>Remembrance Day Ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Parent's/family welcome.
Students will dress appropriate and wear colours,red or black to show respect.
> Loonie or Toonie for Poppy
> Spelling Test
> Pizza and milk forms to print and return
 > Complete label and colour map of Canada provinces/territories.

Tuesday, Nov. 8
> At home, choose 5 household items that can be filled with water and estimate how many Litres or Millitres their capacity is.
> Poinsettia forms
>Photos

Monday, November 7


>Parent Teacher Conference information

>Spelling Words
CEASEFIRE CONFLICT POPPY FLANDERS WREATH REMEMBER NOVEMBER ARMISTICE WAR MEMORIAL PEACE SACRIFICE FREEDOM SERVICE COUNTRY SILENCE CENOTAPH REMEMBRANCE DAY



Friday, October 28
> Math Sheet : Money Problems
> Your Geography questionnaire.
>Log on to Google Classroom
>Halloween costumes permitted on Monday . . . Fun not gory!

Monday, October 24

> Word Problem:
Jane started her homework at 5:15 p.m. and finished at 5:50p.m.  Michael started his homework at 4:50p.m. and finished at 5:10p.m. 
Whose homework took longer to complete? How do you know?

> Reminder that Wednesday Oct. 26 is a P.D. day, no school for students.

>Spelling words for this week:
Canada's Physical Regions

Appalachian

St. Lawrence

Lowlands

Hudson Bay 

Arctic

Canadian Shield

Interior Plains

Cordillera

Canada

Physical Regions

Canada



Friday, October 21

>Math Sheet :"The Fun Run"

> Title Page for
"The Ten Commandments"


Thursday, Oct. 20
>Spelling Quiz 


Wednesday, Oct. 19
(Sorry for the recent delay on our hw page. Unfortunate tech issue that had to be resolved by the board so we are back to normal.)

>Spelling Words for this week. Students should have in their spelling workbooks and a copy on their wordsearch. Study for Friday's test.

CALUMNY

CENTURIES

CENTURY

COMMANDMENTS

COVET

CURSING

DECADE

ELAPSED

ENVY

GREED

HOURS

JUSTICE

MILLENNIUM

MINUTES

MODESTY

MONTHS

MOUNTSINAI

SABBATH

TIME

WEEKS

>Math Sheet on Time due Thursday.
> Title Page for the Ten Commandments due on Friday.


Wednesday, Oct. 12
> Math Sheet

Tues. Oct. 11
>spelling words to study

ABSURD

CHOCOLATE

CLEVER

DESERTED

DESPERATELY

DESPICABLE

DRAFT

FACTORY

FURNACE

GREEDILY

INVENTOR

MARVELOUS

NIBBLE

NIGHTCAP

PROPER

RUINS

STAGGERING

STAMMER

TORTURE                     lollipop       Mr. Willy Wonka


>math quiz on Friday

>Health if you are not finished bring it home


Wed. Oct. 5

Complete the word  problem in your math notebook. (Use pictures, words and numbers for your answers)

"For a Read-A-Thon, Natalie read 786 pages. Kevin read 815 pages, Mario read 623 pages.  How many pages did they read altogether?"
About how many more pages did Kevin read than Mario?




Tuesday, Oct. 4

> Bring in Old discarded crayons
> Solve the following 

GIRLS
GIRLS  +
_______
SILLY


Monday, October 3

This week's spelling words

> Read for 20-30 minutes each evening

COLONY

CRANBERRY

EXPLORER

FEAST

FESTIVALS

GRAVY

HARVEST

MAIZE

OCTOBER

PUMPKIN

SETTLERS

SQUASH

STUFFING

THANKSGIVING

TURKEY



Thursday, September 29

>Final Day for Book Fair 
>Math Sheet addition(50)points
>Prodigy Math
> EQAO results go home
> P.D. day Friday, no school


Friday, September 23/16

•Math Sheet on Rounding to 100

Monday, September 26

Homework

  • Math quiz on Whole Numbers Thursday: 
  • Pizza, hot dog and milk orders due Tuesday
  • Toonie for Terry Fox Run


  • Spelling Words: 

AMPUTATE

ARTIFICIAL

CANCER

COQUITLAM

FOX

INSPIRE

MARATHON

NEWFOUNDLAND

RESEARCH

RUN

SUDBURY

THUNDER-BAY

prosthetic

St. John’s

diseases

Tuesday, Sept. 27
• Math(Expandable Numbers)
• Study Spelling
Bring in Toonie for Terry
Open House Wednesday 5-7

Wednesday, Sept. 28

•Math and Spelling Test Thursday
(ordering numbers, expanded form, greatest to least, rounding to 10,100 and 1000)

•Terry Fox Run

•Book Fair