4th Grade

In preparation for continued learning and social distancing, your student was sent home with a packet of work, workbooks, chrome books, and login information for the sites listed below. These sites can be accessed with the chrome books sent home, home computers, tablets, phones, and some video gaming systems as well as smart televisions. 

Please check this site frequently as we will be updating these links and resources as teachers develop their individual distant learning lesson plans. Feel free to email your student’s teacher with any questions you may have.

Music Google Classroom Code: vyihnpu

Coach Higgins PE class code on Google Classroom: Yj2v23j

Art: We recently completed radial symmetry relief sculptures using origami folds.  Here are two activities that you can choose from to extend your understanding of radial symmetry (patterns that radiate outward from a center point, like a snowflake or a mandala).

1.    Do you know what a land artist is? Look at these wonderful artworks by artist James Brunt who uses objects from nature to create beautiful radial designs.

Now it’s your turn to go outdoors and create an artwork from nature!

2.    Here is a fun video demonstrating how to create a radial design or mandala artwork.  Markers work great for this but you can also use color pencils or crayons if you don’t have markers at home!  Have fun creating!


Hint: you can also trace your pattern by folding your paper and then putting it against a window so you can see the pattern through the light. 

Claude Monet Reflection Art Print

Claude Monet is known as the Father of Impressionism, a style of artwork that gives an “impression” of a moment from painting outdoors with changing light, shadows, and wind. His artworks often show reflection in water. Monet is famous for his artworks of cathedrals, haystacks and most well-known are his artworks of waterlily gardens at his home.

Click on the link for a really fun art activity using color markers to create a colorful artwork - reflection using a printmaking technique. (Crayola markers work well because they are water based, Sharpies will NOT work because they are permanent markers!)


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