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UPCOMING Events at Tara Oaks:  
 
November 20- PTA Barnes and Noble Book Fair
November 21- 4th grade Field Trip to the Pink Palace 
November 22-24- Thanksgiving Break 
November 30- Class Pictures 
 
 

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Week of August 22-26

WHAT TO EXPECT THIS WEEK IN...
Math: 
-I can fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers.
       -I can mentally find sums.
       -I can find the sum of whole numbers.
-I can assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation.  
       -I can estimate sums and differences of whole numbers. 
*Daily Math Test on Friday* 
 
Science:
-I can use illustrations or direct observations to compare and contrast the basic structures of plant and animal cells. This means I know that a plant cell has chloroplast and a cell wall and animal cells do not.
-I can create and label a basic model of the cell that illustrates different cell structures and describes their functions. (Organelles: cell membrane, cell wall, chloroplast, cytoplasm, nucleus, chromosomes, vacuoles, and mitochondria) 

Week of August 15-19

WHAT TO EXPECT THIS WEEK IN...
Math: 
-I can recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in the ones place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right.
-I can read and write a multi-digit whole number using numerals, words, and in expanded form.
*Daily Math Test on Friday* 
 
Science:
-I can recognize that cells are the building blocks of all living things. 
-I can use illustrations or direct observations to compare and contrast the basic structures of plant and animal cells. This means I know that a plant cell has chloroplast and a cell wall and animal cells do not.
-I can create and label a basic model of the cell that illustrates different cell structures and describes their functions. (Organelles: cell membrane, cell wall, chloroplast, cytoplasm, nucleus, chromosomes, vacuoles, and mitochondria)