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4th Grade


4th Grade

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

7:35- 7:55         Morning Jobs/Pledge/Warm-up

7:55-8:50          Writing Workshop

8:50-9:05          Brain break/recess

9:10-10:40        Math

10:40-11:10      Read Aloud and Reading Counts

11:10-11:50      Recess/Lunch

11:50-12:40      Reading Workshop

12:40-1:40        Specials (Art, Music, PE)

1:40-2:35          Science/Social Studies        

2:35-2:50          Planner Notes/Jobs/Homework  

2:50                  Dismiss

*1:45-2:45       21st Century Learning-every P.E. day


7:35- 7:40         Morning Jobs/Pledge/Warm-up

7:40-9:10          Math Workshop

9:10- 9:25         Brain break/recess

9:25-10:20        Reading/Writing Workshop

10:20-11:20      Specials (Art, Music, PE)

11:20-12:00      Recess/Lunch

12:00-12:20      Read Aloud

12:20-1:10        Science/Social Studies        

1:10-1:20          Planner Notes/Jobs/Homework  

1:20                   Dismiss

*9:20-10:20        21st Century Learning-every P.E. day


  • Please access the Google Classroom link from the Hulstrom links tab to find homework resources and rubrics.
  • Homework is given Monday-Thursday nights.
  • Homework assignments are to be recorded by your child in their planner.
  • Students will receive nightly homework in math, reading, and spelling.
  • Some nights they may have additional review and practice in other subject areas.
  • Throughout the year, we will have ongoing projects that will require additional time at home.
  • Students should spend approximately 40-50 minutes on homework each night (25 minutes reading and 15-20 on other homework).
  • The purpose of homework is:
  1. To give the student additional practice on a skill.
  2. To teach students responsibility for completing and returning homework.
  3.  To help the students realize that learning does not just take place in the classroom.


  • Children are welcome to bring self-serving items in individual wrappers to handout at the end of the day.
  • Please call or send a note with your student prior to the birthday if you plan on sending in birthday treats.
  • Also, please keep in mind that food allergies are present in our classroom; therefore, DO NOT send items with nuts.
  • The district policy encourages bringing alternative birthday treats; such as pencils, bookmarks, fancy stickers, bouncy balls, or healthy (non-sugary) treats.
  • Birthday treats will be sent home, so that the decision to eat/not eat can be made with a parent.
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PDF icon 4th Grade Handbook 2016.pdf280.69 KB07/25/2018