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Week 31 in Grade 4 – End of April

2021-04-25T14:15:33-03:00April 25th, 2021|

Dear GCS Families: Well, here we are at the end of April already, which is hard to believe! I hope you are all getting a chance to soak up the warm sun. This week in Math, we will be continuing our unit on graphing with performing another survey and creating bar graphs independently. We [...]

Week 30 in Grade 4 – Baking Math

2021-04-18T15:47:23-03:00April 18th, 2021|

Good afternoon, GCS Families: I am very proud of students for all their hard work last week for the Canadian Achievement Tests. Students put in an excellent effort! This week, we will be starting a unit on graphing in Math, as well as baking cookies to finish off the unit on multiplying fractions. Students [...]

Week 29 in Grade 4 – Fourth Quarter!

2021-04-11T17:10:59-03:00April 11th, 2021|

Dear GCS Families: Welcome to fourth quarter! I am so pleased that we have been able to continue with in-person learning this far into the school year. What a blessing! This week, GCS students from Kindergarten through to Grade 12 will be writing a Canadian Achievement Test.  The CAT is a testing system that [...]

Week 28 in Grade 4 – April Showers Bring May Flowers

2021-04-04T17:19:44-03:00April 4th, 2021|

Happy Easter, everyone! Christ is risen! I hope you have had a wonderful start to your weekend as we reflect on and celebrate our Savior. This week, in addition to learning about how to multiply mixed numbers in Math, we will do some preparation for Canadian Achievement Tests, which students will write the following [...]

Week 27 in Grade 4 – End of March

2021-03-28T14:49:15-03:00March 28th, 2021|

Good afternoon, GCS families: We had a wonderful visit to Orwell Corner last Wednesday! Students engaged in hands-on activities such as grinding barley wheat to make bread, churning butter, squishing apples to make cider, milking a goat, and even square-dancing. It was a great educational day filled with laughter! This week, students will be [...]

Week 26 in Grade 4 – Lots to Do!

2021-03-21T19:02:26-03:00March 21st, 2021|

Dear GCS Grade Four Families, I hope you all had a wonderful March Break and I look forward to seeing the grade four students tomorrow. We have lots to do this week! In Math, we will be learning about divisibility rules and how to cancel. In Social Studies, we will be finishing our unit [...]

Week 25 in Grade 4 – Winter Carnival

2021-03-07T16:13:57-04:00March 7th, 2021|

Hello GCS families, We had an interesting week last week with only two days in class. We are, however, thankful that we can be back in school and looking forward to covering a lot of material before we reach March Break! In Math, we will be multiplying fractions and looking at some mental math [...]

Updates in Grade 4 – There Is Still Lots to Do!

2021-03-01T13:02:35-04:00March 1st, 2021|

Hello GCS families, This is an update regarding the recent changes to the school week. We will NOT be transitioning to full online learning. Please watch for updates as the current circumstances within our province evolve. In the meantime, there are various learning activities students should participate in for the next couple days. Spelling Our weekly [...]

Week 24 in Grade 4 – A Full Week… Hopefully!

2021-02-26T14:55:59-04:00February 26th, 2021|

Hi GCS families, Wow! A two-day week! Thank you for your patience and understanding with the weather-related delays and cancellations. Coming up we have a full week scheduled, so hopefully we can get in lots of lessons and make-up for lost time. This week we will be learning about multiplication of fractions in Math, [...]

Week 23 in Grade 4 – Love of Reading Success!

2021-02-21T14:52:11-04:00February 21st, 2021|

Hello GCS families! Thank you for another great (short) week of school! This week we will be learning about three-dimensional shapes and how to change mixed numbers to improper fractions in Math. We presented Chinese New Year to the Grade 6 class last week for Social Studies and now we will be researching and [...]

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