Grade 3 Homeroom/ 4th Grade ELA


Classroom Learning

 

From March 17 to the end of the school year, all assignments will be assigned and submitted on Google Classroom (https://classroom.google.com).

3rd grade Classwork Monday 4/20 Tuesday 4/21 Wednesday 4/22 Thursday 4/23 Friday 4/24
Religion Special Prayers for the Week

What is Mercy?

 

Watch: Doubting Thomas and Divine Mercy   Who was St. Faustina?
 
Pray the Rosary

Spelling Spelling Week 26 Assignment #1 Spelling Week 26 Assignment #2 Spelling Week  26 Assignment #3 Spelling Week 26 Assignment #4 Spelling Week 26 Assignment #5
Social Studies Mystery States - North Carolina & South Carolina My Earth Day Birthday worksheet  My Earth Day Birthday reading questions Newsela - “Being an environmental advocate during COVID-19” Mystery States - Tennessee & Kentucky
ELA (English/Language Arts) Vocab Unit 13 Activity #1

The Mysterious Giant of Barletta read aloud
 

Reading Logs due Friday
Grammar Unit 6 Lesson 41: Writing Sentences Correctly



Vocab Unit 13 Fill-in-the-Blank

The Mysterious Giant of Barletta Story Map

Grammar Unit 6 Lesson 42: Capitalizing Proper Nouns

Vocab Unit 13 Hangman

The Mysterious Giant of Barletta reading questions


Spelling Week 26 Words

ghost neighbor high knew knot
unknown rewrap wrong written wrapper
unwrap climb limb gnaw gnat

Vocabulary Unit 13 Words (test on Friday, 5/1): arch, authentic, clarify, declare, grant, grave, modest, opponent, valid, yearn


 

4th grade Classwork Monday 4/20 Tuesday 4/21 Wednesday 4/22 Thursday 4/23 Friday 4/24
Vocab Unit 13 Activity #1

Read Gloria Estefan pg. 558 - 568

Reading Logs due Friday

Grammar Unit 5 Lesson 41: 

Contractions with Pronouns

Read Gloria Estefan pg. 569 - 577

Vocab Unit 13 Fill-in-the-Blank

Gloria Estefan Heroes chart 
Grammar Unit 5 Review

Gloria Estefan reading questions
Vocab Unit 13 Hangman

Grammar Unit 5 Test


Vocabulary Unit 13 Words (test on Friday, 5/1): abstract, ally, appoint, attentive, bonus, carefree, courtesy, manufacture, mistrust, noticeable, overthrow, peculiar


Class Announcements

Reminders & Dates to Remember
- With the increase of screen time, this is a great opportunity to remind your children to be kind and safe on the internet.
- Be sure to include free time, play time, outside time, creative time, family time, chores etc. into your schedules.
Wednesday, April 22: Mid-term Trimester 3
Monday, May 25: NO CLASSES Memorial Day
Tuesday, June 2: Final Due Date for all of Miss Arciaga’s work
Tuesday, June 9: Official Last Day of School

Upcoming Events

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Meet the Teacher


Angelene Arciaga

3rd Grade Homeroom & 4th Grade Reading/Language Arts
B.A. in Liberal Studies, Seattle University; Master in Teaching, Seattle University

Angelene has been teaching at St. Paul since the 2014. She is a native Seattleite with a passion for working with children. Her goal as a teacher is to help shape moral, informed, and productive citizens in our world. Her work experience includes being a tutor, working in day camps, and teaching preschool in and outside of the Archdiocese of Seattle.

"In my spare time I enjoy spending time with loved ones, feasting on delicious food, working out and doing my best to stay fit, and going to concerts, sporting events, and shows. I don't mind embarrassing myself with my dance moves, my singing skills, or my silly jokes especially with my students!"