4th Grade Newsletter:
Language Arts/ReadingTheme 6: Animals Encounter
Section 1: The Grizzly Bear Family Book
Section 2: The Golden Lion
Section 3: My side of the Mountain
Test: May 20
- Capitalization and Punctuation
- Types of Sentences
- Unit 11: 3DShapes, Weight, Volume and Capacity
- Geometric Solid
- A volume exploration
- Capacity and weight
- Subtraction of Positive and Negative numbers
- Unit 12: Rates
- Introducing Rates
- Solving fate problems
- Converting between Rates
- UNIT –F
- Chapter 12: Forms of energy
- Lesson-: Heat, Light, Sound
Test: May 3 and May 5
- Unit 6 The West
- Chapter 11: Environment of the west
- Lesson 1: Western Peaks
- Lesson 2: Desert and Rain forest
- Lesson 3: Thick forest and valleys
- Chapter 12: History and Economy of the West
Test: May 11
TajweedStudents will revise all the surahs and rules given this year.
Test: May 18
AqaaidStudents will be learning to recongnize who their lord, Allah Ta'ala, is by studying two of His attributes "Al-Mani" and "Al-Hadi". Test: May 4
FiqhInshAllah, students will learn the ranks of all the steps of Salah. We will be memorizing Waajib Actions of Salah, Sunan of Salah, Mustahbat in Salah, and Mufsidate Salah.
Test: May 13
SeerahThe First Convent of Aqabah, The Second Convent Of Aqabah, and Hisjrat to Madinah. Test: May 10
Akhlaaq/AdaabWe will be covering Ahadith covering Rights of Parents, Relatives, Good Character, and Major Sins.
Test: May 20
DuaMemorizing "When Something Pleases You and When Something Displeases You". Test: May 13
Students will be continue to improve their reading and writing skills while covering stories: Hamd, Naat, Makkah-Masjid, and Nagar Janah Saghar. Test: Every Friday
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Dear parents, Assalamualikum!
Ramadan Mubarak to all of our students and their families. May Allah showers his mercy and forgiveness on the ummah and give us the guidance to make the most out of this blessed month. Ameen!
My name is Ayesha Fatima .I am a science graduate with Botany Zoology and Chemistry as my optional. I did my Bachelor of education in Biological science and post graduation diploma in child psychology from Osmania University (India). I am looking forward to work with your child this year and helping him/her to achieve his/her full potential. Through the remainder of this letter, I will share some of my beliefs and classroom policies. I believe that a good parent-teacher relationship is necessary for maximum school success. Throughout the year I will communicate with you through notes, telephone calls, quarterly reports and parent-teacher conferences. I encourage you to contact me if you have any questions or concerns , you can call me at school (773-764-8274) ext. 3 or have a conferences by appointment on school days.
Homework planner: This will be filled out and brought home daily. Please go through it each night with your child (if your child fails to turn in 5 or more homework assignments during each quarter, it will be documented in the report card).
Classroom Newsletters: We will be sending a newsletter home every month. It has all the information of lessons to be taught in that month.
Reading Logs: The students have a monthly reading log to be completed at home. The first log is for the month of October.Discipline :Establishing good classroom discipline is essential to each child’s success, confidence and well-being. Every child should feel that the classroom environment is safe and secure; free from all threats of physical or emotional harm. In addition, it is important that each child learn to develop self-discipline and good work habits, to resolve conflicts peacefully, and to think independently. First, the children will learn the purpose of classroom rules and develop the idea that our classroom is a community with the common purpose of learning, growing and becoming friends. Our classroom rules will protect each student’s right to safety and respect, as well as, outlining the responsibilities that each child has in maintaining class order. Here are the rules that each child will have to follow in the classroom:
1. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
2. Always raise your hand and ask permission to do something.
3. Treat others with kindness.
4. Follow directions
Finally, (since we all like treats) your child will be rewarded through the following items: Free recess time Free time on the computer, Positive note to parent, Stickers, Candy.
Your cooperation and participation in your child's education is important .We are looking forward to a great year If you have questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.