Lease a Grade 4 Online Kit and get access to all the following Distance Learning courses:
Distance Learning Online is homeschooling made easy. When you enroll your child in BJU Press’s online Distance Learning program, he can learn anytime, anywhere. All he needs is a computer and a high-speed internet connection, and he is ready to go. The student login allows access to engaging video lessons taught by expert teachers, online assessments (grades 5–12), progress-tracking features, and more. The best part is although you as a parent can log in and view your child’s progress and grades at any time, you are free to keep up with the rest of life.
When you purchase the Grade 4 Distance Learning Online Kit, you receive:
Register now! Your textbooks will be shipped right away. You will receive an email from BJU Press Distance Learning Online regarding login information for the online courses which will be available July 1, 2017. You will have through December 31, 2018 to complete your online learning program.
Learn American history, beginning with the Civil War and ending with World War II
Fosters an appreciation of language as a gift of God through developing the correct use of English grammar in written and oral communication.
Provides an interactive inductive approach to build your students understanding of multiplication, division, and decimals, fractions, geometry, and pre-algebra.
God’s wonderful creation is explored through a study of ecosystems, insects, forces and machines, electricity and magnetism, light, the moon, water and oceans, weathering and erosion, natural resources, digestion and the skeletal and muscular systems.
Emphasizes higher-level thinking skills while teaching biblical principles and discernment for daily living. Lessons build research and literary skills needed for lifelong learning.
Includes instruction about spelling patterns and roles, as well as the use of words in context
Emphasizes refining of handwriting skills while using journals, paragraphs, outlines, and hymns for handwriting practice. Mrs. Overly encourages correct letter formation while students learn to use ink pens properly.
Each subject includes a printed Student Worksheets/Handouts packet. An abridged Teacher’s Edition and other resources are available when you log in to bjupressonline.com.
|414029||Distance Learning Grade 4 Heritage Studies Student Handouts 2016|
|414193||DLO Grade 4 Heritage Studies Video Lesson Guide 2016|
|295824||Heritage Studies 4 Student Text (3rd ed.)|
|295832||Heritage Studies 4 Student Activities Manual (3rd ed.)|
|295840||Heritage Studies 4 Tests (3rd ed.)|
|295865||Heritage Studies 4 Tests Answer Key (3rd ed.)|
|260752||English 4 Student Worktext (2nd ed.)|
|192005||English 4 Tests (2nd ed.)|
|192013||English 4 Tests Answer Key (2nd ed.)|
|408914||DLO Grade 4 English Student Handouts 15|
|410928||DLO Grade 4 English Video Lesson Guide 15|
|296814||Math 4 Student Worktext (3rd ed.; copyright update)|
|269506||Math 4-6 Student Manipulative Packet (3rd ed.)|
|260158||Math 4 Reviews (3rd ed.)|
|260117||Math 4 Tests (3rd ed.)|
|260125||Math 4 Tests Answer Key (3rd ed.)|
|408948||DLO Grade 4 Math Student Handouts 15|
|410951||DLO Grade 4 Math Video Lesson Guide 15|
|414037||Distance Learning Grade 4 Science Student Handouts 2016|
|414201||DLO Grade 4 Science Video Lesson Guide 2016|
|295766||Science 4 Student Text (4th ed.)|
|296897||Science 4 Student Activities Manual (4th ed.)|
|296939||Science 4 Tests (4th ed.)|
|296954||Science 4 Tests Answer Key (4th ed.)|
|260463||Reading 4 Student Text (2nd ed.)|
|122796||Reading 4 Student Worktext (2nd ed.)|
|121046||BJ BookLinks: Sheriff at Waterstop (guide & novel)|
|121020||BJ BookLinks: Medallion Set (guide & novel)|
|120618||BJ BookLinks: Mountain Born Set (guide & novel)|
|408955||DLO Grade 4 Reading Student Handouts 15|
|410969||DLO Grade 4 Reading Video Lesson Guide 15|
|278838||Spelling 4 Student Worktext (2nd ed.)|
|414045||DL Grade 4 Spelling 2ed Student Handouts 17|
|419408||Distance Learning Spelling 4 Video Lesson Guide 2017|
Mrs. Lawson previously taught kindergarten for four years. "One of my goals in teaching is to help your child feel successful at his present level and to encourage him to improve. Throughout the lessons, we talk about simple yet extremely important concepts, such as ‘God made me special,’ and ‘God gave me the Bible.’ I enjoy talking about these things with the children through the lessons. I wanted to be a teacher from the time I was a little girl, and I’m thankful to the Lord for letting me teach your child through this Distance Learning program."
Sherri Vick previously taught various elementary and junior high grades. "I like to look at the picture as a whole—to relate one subject to another so that the child can see how God’s plan fits together. I want the child to want to learn, so the lessons have to be fun. Hands-on is the best way, so I don’t want the student to just watch, but participate too! One of my goals is that, after watching the lessons, your child will continue in the things he has learned and develop lifelong learning skills that he can use both now and in the future."
Mrs. Overly, a mother of three, has experience teaching several elementary grades. "I want to encourage each child to look forward to learning each day and also to provide sufficient practice and review activities to help alleviate mom’s workload. Most importantly, I want to present Christ in each subject that I teach. Each child should hear the gospel and then see in a very practical way how it can change a sinner."
Miss Liston has experience working with children from primary to high school. “Teaching is a joy. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to impact children’s lives with the hope of encouraging a growing relationship with the Lord. I love teaching, and I hope my enthusiasm will give your child a love for learning.”
Mrs. Walker has eight years’ experience teaching first grade at Bob Jones Elementary School. “My first love is to teach a child to read-primarily so that he can read God’s Word for himself and share it with others. He should be able to appreciate what he reads, draw conclusions, and make value judgments to become a thinker.”
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