Ms. Bauer

Fourth Grade  Room 401

 

 

Ms. Bauer’s Class 

Hello Students and Families of 401,

Welcome to Advent! What a beautiful time of year as we wait for the birth of Our Lord, Jesus. As we prayerfully wait for His birth we will be praying the St. Andrew novena. Please join us as we pray….

Hail and blessed be the hour and moment in which the Son of God was born Of the most pure Virgin Mary, at midnight, in Bethlehem, in the piercing cold. In that hour vouchsafe, I beseech Thee, O my God, to hear my prayer and grant my desires through the merits of Our Savior Jesus Christ, and of His blessed Mother. Amen.

We are getting ready to plan our 4th Grade Christmas party! If you’d like to donate a few items for our party, it would be greatly appreciated! Below are a list of items we looking for:

Small prizes, juice boxes, various kinds of candy canes, cookie decorating ingredients, cookie cut outs (store bought), or money towards these things!

Please let us know if you are able to donate any of these things. We are so appreciative of all you do for your children!

As always, please take the time each night to review the assignments in the assignment notebook (and the webpage weekly) with your child. They must keep organized or it will be hard to stay up to date with assignments. Thank you for your support and encouragement as we guide our students toward success and responsibility.

If you have any questions or concerns at any time, please feel free to send me an email!

God bless, Miss Christine Bauer

 

 

 

 

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Hello 4th Grade families! My name is Miss Christine Bauer and I’m so excited to begin this new adventure with you at Epiphany Catholic School! I’m 27 years old and this will be my 5th year of teaching.. I began my teaching career in a 2nd grade classroom and then taught 1st Grade for the past three years. I’ve recently moved to Minnesota from the state of Delaware which has been a huge adjustment, but I’m loving being here with everyone! Going into this school year brings such joy knowing that I get to share in your child’s 4th grade year with them! We have lots of fun things planned and I can’t wait to begin!

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

God bless!
Miss Christine Bauer
cbauer@epiphanymn.org

 

 

 Week of December 11th – December 15th, 2017

  • Religion: We are learning about Advent this week through some fun activities. We will also enjoy a visit from Deacon Kim to talk to us more about Advent as well as Our Lady of Guadeloupe. This week we begin our weekly visits to our (NEW! in-school) adoration chapel. Please ask your child about the Advent Calendar of Good Deeds that will be sent home!  They should be working on these things during the week.
    • Assignments: None this week.
  • Reading/Language Arts: We are finishing up our novel study of James and the Giant Peach. Students should be finishing their own project activities listed on the inside front cover of their “Peach” packet. Check with your child for more information. We will also be working on some of our Lesson 10 pages in our Journey’s book.
    • Assignments: As always, be sure to check with your child regarding any homework assignments that may need to be completed. These may vary depending on what they were able to complete during the school day. Some given tests and assignments are:
      • James and the Giant Peach comprehension quiz will be Tuesday, 12/12.
      • James and the Giant Peach project activity – Due Tuesday, 12/12
  • Spelling:  Please see your child’s assignment notebook for new spelling words. Check out http://www.spellingcity.com/users/spaige for practice with our upcoming words or to review words we’ve learned in the past!
    • Assignments: Spelling test on these words will be on Friday, Dec. 15th.
  • Math:   We are starting Division (chapter 5).  We are making some flashcards to help us!  Please continue to use these flashcards to learn and memorize the division facts!  Also, be sure to ask your child about their IXL account! We had a lot of fun practicing our math facts and skills through this awesome website! Your child’s log in information should be in their assignment notebook.
    • Assignments: Please check with your child nightly.. this may vary each day. Our Chapter 4 Test will be on Monday, December 11th.
  • Science:  We are continuing our chapter learning about WEATHER (Unit 5, Lesson 2-3). Our vocabulary words are atmosphere, weather, air pressure, humidity, front, and air mass. Stay tuned and check with your child for possible assignments and test dates.
  • History/Geography: We are finished with our US Regions studies!! Great job, everyone! The next step in our state report is completing a drawing of our state map, quarter, and flag! We will be working on a few additional pages in class as well. The goal is to complete these extra pages during the day, however, if it is not completed in class it will be assigned as homework.
    (See an updated list of test and assignment dates below.)

    • Assignments:
State Page Due Date
Quarter (handed out) 12/11
Flag (to be handed out) 12/11
Fascinating Facts
(sent home with your child)
12/12 (final)
Map of State – Will be completed in computer class 12/13
Bibliography (sheet in the blue state report packet is fine) 12/13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please watch for a class schedule to follow at the beginning of school.

 

 

Room 401
St. Mary Magdalene
Email: cbauer@epiphanymn.org

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  1. Christine Bauer

    Updated 12/08

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