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  1. Oakridge ElementaryFourth Grade

  2. Agenda • Curriculum • Specials • Field Trips • Instrumental Music • Homework • Questions?

  3. Language Arts • Comprehension • Fluency • Vocabulary • Word Study • Writing

  4. Math • Solve Multiplication and Division Word Problems • Quadrilaterals • Place Value and Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction • Angles and Polygons • Multi-Digit Multiplication • The Metric Measurement System • Multi-Digit Division • Patterns, Functions and Graphs • Fractions • Three-Dimensional Figures • Decimals Numbers • Probability and Statistics

  5. Science • Plant Anatomy and Life Processes • Ecosystems • Weather • Motion • Electricity • Natural Resources • Sun-Earth-Moon

  6. Virginia Studies • Geography/Regions • Native Americans/Settlers • American Revolution • New Nation • Civil War • Reconstruction • Government • 20th and 21st Century People, Places and Events

  7. Specials • Art • P.E. (2x/week) • CUBE • Music • Library and Chorus

  8. Field Trips • Jamestown • Mt. Vernon • Swimming • Arlington Public Schools’ Planetarium • In-House Experiences These are examples of field trips we’ve taken in the past.

  9. Instrumental Music • Classes are 30 minutes once a week • Students are responsible for making up missed assignments. • Rental fee (Let your child’s teacher know if this is a problem!)

  10. Lunch • Please feel free to join your child for lunch. • Please use School Bucks to put money in your child’s lunch account.

  11. Homework • Students will continue to be expected to read 30 minutes every night (APS homework policy) • A math workbook will be sent home as a resource for families to use at their discretion • A newsletter outlining the upcoming power standards and optional activities for home to support the standards • Content specialists will offer evening workshops to provide activity and enrichment ideas for families to use at home.  

  12. Questions? kimberley.mitchell@apsva.us tina.rosso@apsva.us audrey.nolan@apsva.us kristen.wolla@apsva.us charlene.baker@apsva.us

  13. Thank you for coming!