4th Grade SEALS

Closure Week 10 (May 26 – May 28)

Closure Week 9 (May 18 – May 21)

Closure Week 8 (May 10 – May 16)

Closure Week 7 (May 3 – May 9)

Closure Week 6 (April 26 – May 2)

Closure Week 5 (April 19 – 25)

  • Reading– Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: Which character do you like most in your book? Why?
    • Non-Fiction: What is the selection you read mostly about?
  • Math– Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
    • A printing company has 6 printing machines. If a new order involves printing 3,800 pages but one of the machines is out of order, how many pages does each working machine print for this order if they each print the same number of pages?
  • Writing– Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Find a question written in a book or on a computer or tablet.  Write a question that starts with the same question word. (Who, What, Where, When, How, or Why)
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: What do you predict will happen next in the story> What information in the text helped you make that prediction?
    • Non-Fiction: What did you learn while reading?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • Ricky has a magic money box.  Every day the box doubles the number of coins placed inside of it. Ricky put in 3 pennies on Monday.He looked inside his box on Friday. How many pennies did Ricky see?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
      • I was petting the neighbor’s cat when suddenly it said . . .
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Write a note to a pretend person in the future.  Tell them what it was like with school closed.  What did you do at home?  How did you feel about being home all the time? What did you miss?
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: What is the main problem of the story?  If you know, how was the problem solved?
    • Non-Fiction: Why did the author probably write this selection?  How do you know?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • For the school bake sale Carol made 30 cupcakes. If she sold 9 of them and then made 28 more, how many cupcakes would she have?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
    • If you could be someone else for the day, who would that be and why?
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • What are your favorite 2 things about your mom?  Tell her in English (and also another language if you’d like).
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: Would you like to be a character in this story?  Why or why not?
    • Non-Fiction: What is the main idea of what you read?  What were the supporting details that told you more about the main idea?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • Hector serves ice cream at a local ice cream shop. He sells 19 ice cream cones on Saturday, 27 ice cream cones on Sunday, and 153 ice cream cones for the entire week. How many ice cream cones did Hector sell on the weekdays?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
      • My favorite meal to eat with my family is …
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Pick 2 toys you like.  Write how they are the same and how they are different.
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: How do you feel about this story?  Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?
    • Non-Fiction: How and where could you find out more information about the topic read about today?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • To earn some extra money, Joanne started selling handmade bracelets.  She spent 5 dollars on supplies and began selling them for $2 each. She sold 9 before running out of supplies. How much of what she earned was profit?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
      • Write a funny story about a cow that thinks it is a horse.
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Do you think it is important to be honest?  To tell the truth?  Tell someone why you think it is or is not important.

Closure Week 4 (April 12 – 18)

  • Reading– Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: Summarize what you read today. What are the most important events? Did you learn anything new about the characters?
    • Non-Fiction: What else would you like to know about the topic you read about?
  • Math– Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
    • On Thursday the Meat King Market sold 210 pounds of ground beef. On Friday they sold twice that amount. On Saturday they only sold 130 pounds. How much more meat did they sell on Friday than Saturday?
  • Writing– Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Write a letter to your teacher. Tell them what you have been doing while you are at home instead of at school.
  • Reading– Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: Is what you read believable?  Why or why not?
    • Non-Fiction: Were there any text features that helped you better understand your reading?  What were they and how did they help you?
  • Math– Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
    • Jasmine wants to organize her books in order of most number of pages to least number of pages. Jasmine’s longest book has 396 pages and her shortest book has one-fourth as many pages is the longest. If the book in the middle of her shelf has three times the number of pages of the shortest book, then how many pages does the middle book have?
  • Writing– Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Take a walk with your mom or dad or look out the window. Tell the person you are with 5 things you see that make you happy.
  • Reading– Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: Pretend you are interviewing the main character of a story.  What two questions would you ask them?
    • Non-Fiction: What did you find interesting as you were reading today?
  • Math– Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
    • The cafeteria had seventy-five apples.  For lunch they handed out forty-seven to students and decided to use the rest to make pies.  If each pie takes four apples, how many pies could they make?
  • Writing– Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Describe your favorite animal.  Tell about what it looks, what it eats, and what kinds of things it does.
  • Reading- Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: If you could trade places with one of the characters, who would it be and why?
    • Non-Fiction: What do you remember most about what you read?
  • Math– Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
    • Sue has a cow that weighs 7,230 pounds and a horse that weighs 4,353 pounds. About how much more does the cow weigh?
  • Writing– Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Tell someone your favorite movie.  Tell them 3 things you like about it.  Ask them what their favorite movie is.
  • Reading– Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
    • Fiction: Is there anything you would change about this story? What would it be? Why would you change it?
    • Non-Fiction: Did you find an interesting word while you were reading? What was it? Use a dictionary to find out its meaning and write a sentence of your own using the interesting word you found.
  • Math– Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
    • Juanita wants to rent a kayak. Kayak rentals cost $14.50 for a half hour. If Juanita rents a kayak for one hour and forty-five minutes, how much will it cost her?
  • Writing– Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
  • PE
  • Music
  • ELD
    • Think about something you know how to do or make.  Write down the steps to do it or make it. Try it with someone and see if they understand your directions.

Closure Week 3 (April 5 – 11)

  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
      • Fiction: Which character do you like most in your book? Why?
      • Non-Fiction: What is the selection you read mostly about?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • To earn some extra money, Joanne started selling handmade bracelets.  She spent 5 dollars on supplies and began selling them for $2 each. She sold 9 before running out of supplies. How much of what she earned was profit?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
    • Write a fiction story about the best April’s Fools joke ever.
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • ELD
    • Ask everyone in your house what their favorite food is. Don’t let them hear each other’s answers. Are any two of them the same? See if you can remember them all and say them back.
  • PE
    • Outside: Walk, bike, skateboard or scooter ride. 15 min.
    • Inside: Fitness Activity
      • 12 push ups
      • 35 sec. plank
      • 2 x 10 squats (2 sets of 10)
      • 30 crunches
      • Stretch
  • Music
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
      • Fiction: What do you predict will happen next in this story? What information in the text helped you make that prediction?
      • Non-Fiction: What did you learn while reading?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • A developer was buying land. He bought 4 acres at $1,863 per acre.  He then split the land he purchased into 9 lots. How much should he sell each lot for just to break even
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
    • Who is your favorite character from a book and why?
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • ELD
    • Write a long list of things you use at school. Circle your 3 favorite things to use. Draw some or all of the things on your list.
  • PE
    • Outside:Wall-sit for 30 seconds using the side of the house/building. Run in place for 30 seconds.
    • Inside: 1 minute fitness challenge
      • Pick 5 of your favorite fitness activities and perform them for 1 full minute. Once in the AM and once in PM.
  • Music
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
      • Fiction: What is the main problem of the story? If you know, how was the problem solved?
      • Non-Fiction: Why did the author probably write this selection? How do you know?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • Calvin paints pictures and sells them at art shows. He charges $56.25 for a large painting. He charges $25.80 for a small painting. Last month he sold six large paintings and three small paintings. How much did he make in all?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
    • If I had a sailboat, I would sail to…
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • ELD
    • Read a book. Retell the story to someone.
  • PE
    • Outside: Walk, bike, skateboard or scooter ride. 15min.
    • Inside: Run in place for 30 seconds, take a break for 15 seconds. Repeat multiple times throughout the day
  • Music
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
      • Fiction: Would you like to be a character in this story? Why or why not?
      • Non-Fiction: What was the main idea of what you read? What were the supporting details that told you more about the main idea?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
      • A baker made 2 batches of chocolate chip cookies. Each batch had 6 cookies in it. Then he made an additional 5 oatmeal cookies just in case someone didn’t want chocolate chip. How many cookies did he bake in total?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to the following prompt.  Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
    • How did you meet your best friend? Explain.
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • ELD
    • While you are watching TV or a movie in English, close your eyes and listen for the word “the”. Count how many times you hear it in one minute.
  • PE
    • Outside: Fitness Activity
      • 10 burpees
      • 2×10 push ups
      • 35 sec. Plank
      • 2×20 jumping jacks
      • Stretch
    • Inside:1 minute fitness challenge
      • Pick 5 of your favorite fitness activities and perform them for 1 full minute. Once in the AM and PM.
  • Music
  • Reading
    • Read 30 min.  Choose one prompt to respond to.
      • Fiction: How do you feel about this story? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?
      • Nonfiction: How and where could you find more information about the topic you read about today?
  • Math
    • Practice math facts for 15-20 min using online flashcards or games.
    • Multiplication Math Card Game
    • For a challenge:
    • Brayden and Gavin were playing touch football against Cole and Freddy. Touchdowns were worth 7 points. Brayden and Gavin scored 7 touchdowns. Cole and Freddy’s team scored 9 touchdowns. How many more points did Cole and Freddy have than Brayden and Gavin?
  • Writing
    • Journal about your daily experiences or respond to this prompt. Use a graphic organizer for extra support.
    • Imagine moving to a new school. How would you make new friends?
    • Writing Graphic Organizer
  • ELD
    • Do something kind for someone in your house. Write down what you did and how it seemed to make them feel.
  • PE
    • Outside: 100 challenge: 100 push-ups or burpees (by the end of day)
    • Inside:Find a safe item to jump over. Do 100 “line jumps or ski jumps”.
  • Music