Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Welcome to Grades 4 and 5!  

It was a very successful first day here in the 4/5 classroom.  We started to get to know each other, came up with class guidelines, learned about class routines and procedures and had a lot of fun.  

Your child will be bringing home a few important papers today.

1.  A welcome letter from me with some important information.
2.  A student information sheet to be completed as soon as possible.
3.  A list of which supplies they are missing (if any).

The classroom supply list is as follows.  Please note that this does not include supplies that may be needed for other classes.
  • 5 boxes of pencils
  • 2 erasers
  • 2 sharpeners
  • 1 box of colored pencils
  • 5 notebooks (standard size, with lined paper)
  • 2 packets of lined paper
  • 1 box of markers
  • 3 dry erase board markers
  • 1 dry erase board eraser
  • 3 Glue Sticks
  • 5 folders (4 with pockets, 1 with tabs)
  • 1 pencil case
  • 1 pack of post-its
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 2 special folders (ones that fold over and close with a button or elastic.  The ones used for French classes that school store sells work well)
  • 1 box of tissues
Everything should be labelled with your child's name.  If your child was missing any notebooks or folders, please label them according to the instructions below.

Notebooks:  please label one of each of the five notebooks by subject

  •  Reading
  •  Reader Response
  •  Math
  •  Science/Social Studies
  •  Writer's Notebook
Folders:
  • 4 pocket folders 
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Math
    • Science/Social Studies
  • 1 tab folder
    • My Portfolio
  • 2 special folders
    • Homework Folder
    • Finishing Folder
If these instructions are unclear to you, please leave the notebooks and folders blank and I can help your child label them at school as soon as they bring them to me.

Thank you very much for your cooperation!  If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to email me at mfezekas@aisbmali.org.

Thank you,
Ms. Fezekas

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