Fourth Grade

March 2024

Important Dates and Reminders

  • Thursday March 7, 2024: Virtual Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences (1:00PM – 3:00PM and 5:00PM – 8:00PM); report cards distributed via NYC Student Accounts
  • Monday March 11, 2024: PTA’s Spring Picture Day
  • Wednesday March 13, 2024: 115th Day of School, wear your school t-shirt
  • Monday March 25, 2024: Coffee and Conversation at 9:30AM
  • Friday March 29, 2024 and Monday April 1, 2024: Schools are closed for observance of Easter


Chapter 11: Your child is learning ways to analyze data using line plots. Learning to read and create line plots will help your child analyze mathematical relationships that can be used to solve problems and to check if solutions are reasonable.

Chapter 14: Analyze Patterns Your child is learning to generate and analyze patterns of numbers or geometric shapes. He or she is learning how to use a rule and a table to continue a pattern. Your child is also learning how to use a repeating pattern to predict.

Social Studies

Colonial and Revolutionary Period in New York.

Students study the arrival of European settlers and their fight for freedom from England in the Revolutionary War.


Students investigate the role that animal senses, primarily vision, play in survival as they try to understand why there is a decline in the number of Tokay geckos living in one area of a rainforest in the Philippines.


Module 7: The Essential Question is “What lessons can you learn from characters in traditional tales?”

Focusing on reading skills: Central Idea, Retell, Figurative Language, Characters, Adages and Proverbs


Module 7: In this module, students will write a type of text known as an imaginative story. Explain In an imaginative story includes interesting and often unrealistic characters, settings, and events.