• Looking for ways to get ready for 4th Grade?

    You have come to the right place!

    • Read a variety of texts and try to read every day (20 minutes would be great!)
    • Participate in a reading incentive program (library, Pleasant Hill's, etc.)
    • As you read, write down words that you don't know the meaning of. Then, using a dictionary, find out the definition of each word.
    • Read a chapter book and write a summary about it. Remember, summaries include the main character(s), setting, major problem and solution.
    • Keep a daily or weekly journal. Write all about the things happening in your summer. It will be so fun to look back at this when you're in high school (trust me! :) )
    • Write a letter to someone and send it through the mail. That's right, don't send an email; use pen and paper.
    • Send Mrs. Murray an email describing the best thing you have done over the summer. My email address is: anne.murray@cusd200.org.
    • Pracice and review those multiplication and division facts using flashcards (if you don't have any, make your own!)
    • Ask Mom or Dad to help you cook a meal. By following a recipe, you will most likely need to use fractions such as 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, etc.
    • Serach online for some free math games that you can play.