Dear Families, 

The fourth grade team has put together a list of websites that you and your child can use at home to support their continued learning.  We know the most important thing is that your child read for at least 25 minutes or more each day as this will continue to give them fluency practice and will maintain their current reading level.   It is also important to practice math facts for multiplication and division. As always you can contact your child’s teacher with questions, comments, or concerns.  We hope you stay safe and enjoy the quality time with your family! 


Websites to promote learning: 

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BrainPopandBrainpopJr.

Gravelyes

Seadogs

Can access through Clever (no password required) orwww.brainpop.com

Flocabulary

Richmondcps

Richmondcps

SOLPass– great study guides and review materials (4thgrade tab)

Gravely ES

Seadog

Quizlietstudy materials

 

 

SuperTeacherWorksheets – printable worksheets and activities w/answer keys

Tscooper

Cooper

Sheppard Software – great for math

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Mr. Nussbaum online practice

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Jefferson Lab – link to games

 

 

Hoodamath– math fact timed tests

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Practice SOL Tests: 

 

**Please note that we still have not finished teaching all of the fourth grade curriculum and some of these websites might have questions that the students truly do not know the answer to. 

Most information at this point has been taught!  The SOLpass.org website does have great study guides and review materials which should be helpful when reviewing old material or if students want to look at new material that will be coming up upon return.** 

 

Students can also access their Office 365 account and use resources under Clever 

 

PLEASE also allow your child to have physical activity in your backyard, the basement, or in your family room. While it is important that he/she continue to review and read daily, it is also important that he/she continue to be a kid.  Even at school we have a 30 minute recess block.  

 

Please also allow for creativity.  Your child can make something with recycled materials or things laying around the house, play games, follow a new recipe or complete puzzles.  Take pictures and send them to the teachers as we would LOVE to see how you are spending your time.  

 

We miss your children dearly and look forward to a safe and healthy return. 

Love, 

The Fourth Grade Teachers