Grade 4

Today is a great day to learn something new! 

Curriculum Topics:

Math

  • Review of addition and subtraction computation
  • Fluency of basic facts (upon entering 4th grade, students are expected to be fluent with their addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts)
  • Focus in fourth grade is mastery of division facts
  • Other units covered: double digit multiplication, long division, geometry, fractions, measurement, decimals 


Reading

  • Fourth graders will be reading chapter books this year in realistic fiction, biography, fantasy, non-fiction, historical fiction, and poetry. 


Writing

  • Narrative
  • Opinion
  • Informational 


Science

  • Rocks and Minerals
  • Electricity- Static and Current
  • Chemistry-Mystery Powders 
  • Bones and Muscles


Social Studies

  • Mapping
  • US Regions
  • Overview of the States and Capitals
  • New Hampshire Government, Studies, History 


Homework:

Our philosophy for homework in grade four is for students to develop a sense of review, routine, and responsibility. Please contact your child's teacher with any questions or concerns. 

Contact Information: 

Victoria Currier - currierv@newmarket.k12.nh.us
Melinda Lupoli - lupolim@newmarket.k12.nh.us
Eleni Xydias - xydiase@newmarket.k12.nh.us
June Williamson - williamsonj@newmarket.k12.nh.us
Cassandra Rodier - rodierc@newmarket.k12.nh.us

Teacher’s Unified Arts Schedule:

Please remember library books on your library day and sneakers for PE

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9:35-10:20

9:35-10:20

9:35-10:20

9:35-10:20

9:35-10:20

Currier= Art

Currier= Library

Currier= Music

Currier= PE

Currier= Computers

Lupoli= Library

Lupoli= PE

Lupoli= Art

Lupoli= Computers

Lupoli= Music

Rodier= Computers

Rodier= Music

Rodier= PE

Rodier= Art

Rodier= Library

Williamson= PE

Williamson= Computers

Williamson= Library

Williamson= Music

Williamson=  Art

Xydias= Music

Xydias= Art

Xydias= Computers

Xydias= Library

Xydias= PE

Commonly Used Fourth Grade Supplies:

The following items are commonly used, so donations are greatly appreciated: Clorox Wipes, Glue Sticks, Tissues, Pencils, Tin Foil,  D Batteries, Ultra Fine Black Sharpies, Zip Lock Baggies of all sizes, Colored Pencils, Dry Erase Markers