Hello!

I miss you all so much! Please feel free to reach out to me through class dojo or email. I have really enjoyed seeing the students post and reply on flipgrid! Below you will find a list of resources and activities that will benefit your child. I hope you stay safe and enjoy the quality time with your family!
 

 

Reading-  

Read 20+ minutes per day (any reading is good reading, this can be magazines, picture books, chapter books, articles, newspaper articles, recipes, etc…) 

Lyrics 2 Learn- students have their account 

 

Math- 

Practice math facts- Take advantage of our class account on reflex math. Students have their own log in for this program.

 

Writing- 

Stories- Ask your child to write a personal narrative (a story about him/her and an event that has happened in his/her lifetime 

Research papers- Have your child conduct research on a topic of choice (also known as Genius Hour to the fourth graders). They should use One Note if they can to document their findings and then can create a powerpoint/sway/poster/etc… on their findings. 

Free write- Allow your child to free write. This could be in the form of a journal of their time away from school, a fictional story, a letter to a friend or family member that can be mailed, etc…   

Websites to promote learning: 

Resource

Login

Password

URL

Lyrics 2 Learn

 

Students have individual usernamesand passwords. If needed please contact teacher

Teacher usernames

 

Moore212

 

Rankinsa2

 

Reflex math

 

Students have individual usernames and passwords.

 

 

BrainPop and Brainpop Jr.

Gravelyes

Seadog

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

Quizliet study materials

 

 

SuperTeacher Worksheets – printable worksheets and activities w/answer keys

Tscooper

Cooper

Sheppard Software – great for math

N/A

N/A

Mr. Nussbaum online practice

N/A

N/A

Jefferson Lab – link to games

 

 

Hoodamath – math fact timed tests

N/A

N/A



 

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.** 



Hello! My name is Michelle Moore and I am teaching 4th grade at Gravely Elementary. I grew up in Prince William County and graduated from Osbourn Park High School in 2010. I received my Bachelors in elementary education and Masters in teaching at Virginia Commonwealth University. I am happy to be back home and teaching where I grew up. I am looking forward to another great year laughing, learning and making memories. Go sea dogs!