- Agendas should be signed every night by a parent.
- There will usually be 1 or 2 pages of math homework a night - students are expected to show their work. This homework will be checked during class.
- Every Monday, a pack of graded papers will be sent home to be signed and returned Tuesday. Student's behavior charts will be stapled on the front of the work packets to be looked at and signed as well.
- Knowing math facts fluently is very important in 4th grade. Many of the concepts that we learn build on this basic knowledge. It is encouraged that multiplication facts are practiced every day outside of school. An easy, hassle free way to fit this in would be to choose 10 a night and practice them while doing other activities such as eating dinner, driving from school, driving to school, or on the way to practices in the afternoon. Practice may also be done with a sibling or other family/friends that they are with in the afternoon. Without knowing these facts, the math concepts we will be learning in the year will not come as easy as if they knew their facts fluently. Here is a website where you can print your own set for free: Multiplication Flash Cards.