Mrs. Barracato's 4th Grade Room 203
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For the remainder of the year, students should read 30 minutes at home each day. The students should be filling out their log each day with the pages they completed. They may choose to read fiction or non fiction. They should continue always to write a short jot on a post it after each chapter or chunk of text that they read.
It is important to build that reading stamina up to 30 mins. The jot is a way to reflect on their reading and a comprehension builder. These are good practices, for the whole of their school experiences 4th grade and beyond, and to prepare them for NJSLA.
You may want to read this addition of the Johnson Journal as your night's homework. Don't forget to log it in! Just click on the link and read!
On June 13, from 2:10 to 3:10, each student will have the chance to honor an everyday hero in their life. They will choose 1 person to come into our classroom to be honored that day. If a student wants to honor a hero that has passed away, or lives far away, or who is unable to attend, they may still honor that person, but they can invite 1 guest to come to the classroom.
Please help your child to think about the people they know that possess the traits of good character, that helps others in some way, and then narrow it down to 1 person to honor on Everyday Hero Day.
In school we will be writing about the person, so they may need to gather some information from you to help them write about the person.
In class we will also be making a craft to give to our heroes.
Thank you in advance for your help with this special project.
Hope you enjoyed the break! Just a few more weeks to work hard, then it's summer!!!!!
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