We certainly had a very strange ending to the school year. It is a year that none of us will ever forget. I am very thankful that I was able to be your fourth grade teacher. I wish you all the best in the future:-)
Today try listening to some music from a different decade. Have an adult in your house help you to find some songs from the 70s, 80s and 90s (or go back even further). Listen to a few songs from that era and see what you think. Email me which decade of music you like the best. firstname.lastname@example.org
See if you know the capitals of these states in the U.S. Use this link to join a Quizizz game: https://quizizz.com/join?gc=610456
Today’s challenge is to create your own obstacle course or laser maze. You could do this either inside or outside in your yard. Use items that you have at home to create a course that challenges you. Please send a picture of what you create to email@example.com.
One type of figurative language is alliteration. Alliteration happens when words that start with the same sound (not just the same letter) are used repeatedly in a phrase or sentence. Your challenge is to create an alliteration using the first letter of your first name. Share your alliteration with Mrs. Rickman: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your challenge for today is to contact a grandparent, aunt or uncle, or favorite adult that you have not been able to see since we have been social distancing. Pick one of your favorite picture books, and read it to them over the phone, FaceTime, or any other way of communication.
Share with Mrs. Rickman the new chore that you learned how to do. Email, or even better, send a picture or video of the chore you learned how to do. email@example.com