Grade 4 Links

  • Classroom Links - Grade 4


    Asparagus Info:

    Asparagus Facts and Cooking

    History of Asparagus

    Growing Asparagus

    United States Research Info and Learning Games:

    Geography Practice - Sheppard Software

    National Geographic for Kids - U.S. States

    Fact Monster U.S. States

    Mr. Nussbaum's Resources for 50 States

    3. Mammals

    What Is a Mammal? Mammals are animals that have hair, are warm-blooded, and nourish their young with milk. Some modern-day mammals include people, apes, cats, bats, dogs, tigers, mice, moose, aardvarks, beavers, elephants, gorillas, sloths, pandas, hamsters, horses, whales, and dolphins. Start here for your mammal work!

    5. Frogland

    Frogland, all about frogs is a fun site for frog lovers. It contains froggy fun and games, mad libs and so much more. Hopefully, it will inspire some young minds to find new interest in herpetology, biology, and environmental issues...not to mention providing some inspiration for young future computer "wizzes"!

    10. Your Name in Hieroglyphs

    Hieroglyphics was a system of "Picture Writing" used in Ancient Eg ypt. There were 24 one-letter signs which roughly correspond to our 26-letter English alphabet. Although a perfect translation from Modern English into these Hieroglyphs might not be possible, our online computerized translator will do an excellent job. So good, in fact, that any Ancient Egyptians you know will have no trouble reading the translated results.

    15. Orbit and Phases of the Moon

    Description of the orbit and the phases of the moon. It is alittle bit advanced for the fourth grade, but it can be used as a starting point for the animations and some terms.

    16. The Moon and Its Phases

    A Java animation showing the phases of the moon.