Welcome to Ms. Gonzalez's
4th Grade Emoji Nation Site
Keep up with your Remote Learning!!
Make sure you go to Google Classroom each day for your assignments. (Look below for At Home Resources)
Google Classroom Codes
Gonzalez 4th Grade Class: vt2yonn
Gifted and Talented Classes:
Grades 3 and 4: ld7ud7f
Grade 5: lfz7t4d
At Home Resources
(Please ask your parent to sign up for you)
Brain Pop Requires a Username and Password
Username: Gonzalez123 Password: Gonzo23
Special Area Classes
Please check the class pages for your special area teachers for the day of the week you attend that class.
Monday: Music ( Mrs. O'Keeffe) (Go to teacher's page for Johnson School.)
Tuesday: World Language ( Mrs. Barton-Thrift)
Wednesday: Gym (Mrs. Allocca)
Thursday: Computers/Library ( Mr. Villecco / Mrs. Montano)
Friday: Art (Mrs. Ehlers) (Go to teacher's page for Johnson School.)
Q: Teacher: If 1+1=2 and 2+2=4, what is 4+4?
Pupil: That's not fair! You answered the easy ones and left me with the hard one!
Q: What has forty feet and sings?
A: The school choir!
Q: Why does a flamingo lift up one leg?
A: Because if he lifted up both legs it would fall down!
Q: Teacher: Now class I want you all to answer at once. How much is six plus 4?
Class: At once!
Q: Where do tadpoles change?
A: In a croakroom!
Q: What sort of animal is a slug?
A: A snail with a housing problem!
Q: What is "out of bounds"?
A: A tired kangaroo!
Q: Why did the chicken cross the road?
A: To get to the other side!
Q: Why do birds fly south in the winter?
A: Because it's too far to walk!
What's an insect's favourite sport?
In Social Studies we are learning about Colonial Times and about the Declaration of Independence. There will be some assignments on Google Classroom that follow along with this topic.
Please keep practicing your multiplication facts and your fraction skills.
Math is Fun!
Please check under student resources for math websites for practice.
The summary on our reading logs is not completed at home. It is completed on Monday mornings as part of Morning Meeting.
Students will be presenting their Weather Projects when we return to school.