Fourth Grade

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Fantastic Fourth Grade

Roll out the red carpet for the 2020-2021 4th graders! We look forward to a year full of opportunities, challenges, and success. Students will have the following three teachers this year:

Ms. Wash – ELA (Reading, Language Arts, and Writing)

Mrs. Mathew – Math and Health

Ms. Baker– Science and Social Studies

To assist with organizing for three classes, please ensure your student has the necessary supplies that are listed on the 4th Grade Supply List.  The teachers will be using a combination of the binder, Class Dojo, and email to communicate information.

As upper grades school leaders, students are expected to follow class and school rules, be responsible for completing and turning in their classwork and homework, and be respectful to peers and adults.  At this age and grade, more responsibility from students is expected in regards to keeping up with assignments and materials. Utilizing the binder will be helpful for your student to stay organized.

The fourth grade curriculum follows the standards from Georgia Standards of Excellence. At Kay Pace SOTA, we integrate the curriculum with the arts as well as include lessons with rigor. Below you will find a sampling of some of the standards and units in fourth grade:


Reading- main idea and details, summarizing, inference, theme, compare and contrast point of view and firsthand/secondhand accounts, text structures, structural elements of poems and dramas, and author’s use of reasons and evidence to support the text.

Language Arts relative pronouns, progressive verb aspects, prepositional phrases, fragments and run-ons, and correct comma usage

Writing- Write opinion pieces, informative/explanatory texts, and narratives. Write across the curriculum. Write constructed and extended responses to prompts that include text evidence.

Math- whole numbers, place value, rounding, multiplication, division, fraction equivalents, operations with fractions, fractions and decimals, geometry and measurement

Science- Light, Sound, Force and Motion, Ecosystems, Water Cycle, Weather, Space

Social Studies– American Revolution, Constitution/Bill of Rights, War of 1812, Westward Expansion, Civil War, Abolitionists, Reconstruction, Suffrage, Basic Economics, and Personal Budgets.


The following technology programs are expected to be utilized weekly: Google Classroom, iReady, Accelerated Reader, and First in Math. Additionally, most of the textbooks can be accessed through students Rapid Identity accounts. Please make these resources available to students.

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