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Ms. Butkus - 4A
kbutkus@stdomschool.org

Fourth Grade / Welcome to 4th Grade!

 

Dear Fourth Grader:

 

We have planned many exciting activities for the start of school in September. We want you to

be ready to get started, so we have made a list of supplies that you will need throughout the

Year.

 

This summer you will read Wedgie & Gizmo by Suzanne Selfors and you will choose either Who Was Thomas Alva Edison by Margaret Frith OR Who Was Malala Yousafzai by Dinah

Brown. You will have a simple quiz on these two books and complete an in class book project

when we return in September. 

 

Your summer math requirement includes the following 3rd grade skill practice on ixl.com:

 

Numbers and Comparing - A1, A3, A9, A10 Multiplication Fluency - G1, G5, G9, G15

Place Value - B3, B4, B5, B8 Division Skill Builder - J1, J12

Addition - C1, C9, C14 Division Fluency - K1, K4, K7, K13

Subtraction - D1, D7 Mixed Operations - M1, M7

Multiplication Skill Builders - F1, F13

 

You may bring a snack and a drink (no cans or bottles) for the first half day of school.

Have a happy, healthy, and safe vacation. We are looking forward to meeting you in September.

 

Sincerely,

The Fourth Grade Teachers

 

Here is a list of supplies you will need:

• Theme Paper

• Box of Tissues

• (4) Glue Sticks

• (5) Folders

• (1) Blue Jay folder*

• (2) Red Pens

 

• Earbuds for iPad use

• Pencils

• Scissors

• Assignment pad*

• Index Cards (3 x 5)

• Blue or Black erasable pens & Dry erase markers

• (1) Box Crayons or Markers

• (7) Marble notebooks

• (1) Ruler

• (2) Highlighter

• (3) Jumbo Book Sox

 

• Pencil Case (soft with zipper) * Please no hard pencil boxes 

• Merriam-Webster Spanish – English Dictionary

• Clear contact paper to cover all soft cover workbooks (3 rolls would be advisable)

 

*Those marked with an asterisk are to be purchased at Saint Dominic School.