Angie Stern


Monday:   Art

Tuesday:  Library

Wednesday:  Spanish and Music

Thursday: Spanish and P.E. 

Friday: Music and P.E.


You have the opportunity to order books online through Scholastic.  The book order form will still be sent home with your child each month.  Now you can place your order online at Then the books will be sent to school and I will send them home with your child.  Our class code is DWZD2.


Students may bring a water bottle to keep at their desk each day, but snacks are not allowed.


Because of food allergies, we are not allowed to share birthday treats at Fischer.  If your student would like, they may bring in a non-food item to share with the class (pencils, book, stickers, erasers, bookmarks).  If your student has a summer birthday, we will celebrate their birthday at the end of the school year.  Please do not send birthday invitations to be passed out at school, unless the entire class is invited.


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D205 Math for Parents

8/28/17 8:52 PM - Angela Stern

D205 Teaching and Learning

8/28/17 8:51 PM - Angela Stern

Moby Max

8/28/17 8:49 PM - Angela Stern

Prodigy (Math)

8/28/17 8:48 PM - Angela Stern

RAZ Kids

8/21/16 7:16 PM - Angela Stern

TCI-Social Studies

8/31/16 9:42 AM - Angela Stern

Words Their Way-Spelling City

9/28/16 5:22 PM - Angela Stern

Zearn (Math)

9/14/16 6:14 AM - Angela Stern



Homework and Assignment Notebooks:

I do not believe in assigning a lot of homework.  Students are asked to read at home every night and fill out a reading log.  There might be nights where extra homework is assigned and it will be noted in your student's assignment notebook.  Please check their assignment notebook and Boomerang Folders every night.

40 Book Challenge:

The 40 Book challenge is underway! Check in with your student and see how they are doing in the challenge.  Ask them what genres they have read so far.  To stay on track for completing the challenge, students should read 13 books by the end of the 1st trimester.


Fiction Reading Unit

Students will:

*Recognize different types of fiction (fantasy, traditional literature, and realistic fiction)

*Identify common story elements and key details in fiction stories (characters, setting, plot, conflict, and resolution)

*Infer characters' traits and feelings using background knowledge and text evidence

*Understand the narrative, chronological structure of fiction (beginning, middle, and end)

*Use personal background knowledge and textual evidence to determine the central message or theme of various fiction texts

*Determine the meaning of vocabulary words using context clues

*Determine the meaning of nonliteral or figurative language as it is used in a text

*Identify the tone or mood of a story and their emotional response to a text

*Summarize fictional texts

*Identify key details in the text to support written responses




Eureka Math Module 1:  Place Value, Rounding, and Algorithms for Addition and Subtraction


By the end of this module students will be able to:

  • recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right (4.NBT.1)
  • read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.  (4.NBT.2)
  • compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place using <, >, and = symbols to record the results. (4.NBT.2)
  • use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place. (4.NBT.3)
  • fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm. (4.NBT.4)
  • solve multistep word problems posed with whole numbers and having whole-number answers using the four operations, including problems in which remainders must be interpreted. (4.OA.3)