Mrs. Beth Williams: Homepage
Mrs. Beth Williams: Homepage
Our 2021 year Review
What a great group of students! We have spent many days learning and some days celebrating! From earning a pizza party to delivering thank you letters on Veterans Day to having a Christmas party. Can't wait to see what . . .
What has 4W been up to?
Our 4th grade has been learning so many thing that are related to science. We have talked about how heat can rise to make a hot air balloon float, to building a marshmallow structures that withstand earthquakes. We even walked through . . .
Marshmallows, Toothpicks, & Earthquakes
STEAM Education In Action
Our 4th-grade class is working together in teams to design and eventually build a structure made from marshmallows, toothpicks, and straws. The class has read about earthquakes and how structures can be affected by them. In the next few . . .
Tales of 4th-Grade Readers, Philanthropists, and Sequence Masters
It has been a busy semester in 4th-grade. Despite all the cold weather and energy crisis, we managed to have a belated Valentine's Day party, enjoyed all the animals at the FFA Barnyard, and learned about order and sequence while making . . .
4th-Grade Battle of the Socks
The Sock Battle of the 4th-grade classes. Mrs. Bain's and Mrs. Williams' 4th-grade students read Dr. Seuss's book's Fox in Socks and The Butter Battle to get the classes ready for the read-a-thon and a sock drive on . . .
We have spirit!
Learning is better when you get to have dress up days. Especially when they are learning about multiples and factors in math!
After a wonderful classroom Christmas party and two weeks of break. We are back to working hard and learning. From long division, to spelling, and state research projects. We will be keeping busy!
Students Deliver Thank You Letters to Veterans
Students in Mrs. Williams' 4th-grade class delivered thank you notes to local veteran staff members today to show honor and respect for their time spent serving our country.
Engineering and Earthquakes
In fourth-grade, we have been conducting science experiments. The students made structures with marshmallows and toothpicks. After engineering their marshmallow-toothpick structures, then it was time for students in Mrs. . . .
Fun Friday in Fourth Grade
February 28, 2020, was a frantic, fun, Friday in fourth grade. We started the day with the Character Education assembly and I am so proud of my kiddos for receiving many awards. Afterward, we all went to the barnyard and . . .
What have we been learning in 4th Grade?
We are off and going into learning. Mrs. Williams' class is reading informational texts like Scholastic news articles. We then can write wonderful paragraphs to summarize what we have just read by telling the main topic and . . .
Scary Team Building, and Gross Textures in 4th-Grade
Our classroom Fall Party was a hit. Thank you to all the parents who brought supplies and treats! Our class had fun playing the game and activities. Students transformed their friends into scarecrows by . . .
PRIDE Moment in 4W
The start of the year has shown that this class has goals to achieve many things by working on P.R.I.D.E. (Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Effort). We had a few students receive academic, behavior, and character awards . . .
Busy 4th grade
What an exciting time of the year! Mrs. Williams' class spent Thursday morning at the PC fair. The class enjoyed looking at the livestock, Art, and 4-H exhibits. Some of the students took pride in showing off some . . .
Poetry in Fourth-Grade
We Have Poets And We Didn't Know It!
Roses are red, violets are blue, our class is learning poetry, it's true. In fourth-grade classes, we have been working on analyzing and writing poetry. We have been learning the following terms . . .
Refreshed, Rested and Ready to Learn
How quickly February is flying by! I am proud of my class for all of the accomplishments they have made. We had many receive awards at the Character Education Assembly. We also had 3 students who participated in the . . .
Stone Fox, Bats, and Witches in Fourth-Grade
Our fourth-grade class has been adventuring into Wild Wyoming as we read the classic Stone Fox by John Reynolds Gardiner. This book is based on a Rocky Mountain legend and describes the life of Little Willy, who lives with his Grandpa in . . .
Busy In 4th Grade
What a busy September and start of October we have experienced in 4th grade! Our students have exemplified great character during our Character Education Assembly. The Homecoming Assembly was a great time for these 4th-graders as . . .
A BRIGHT year a head.
We have had a great start to the 2018-2019 Fourth Grade year! So far we have learned to make a hypothesis (guess) on what a glacier would do to the soil, got our first spelling test jitters out of the way, and learned that Mrs. Williams can . . .
Keeping 4th Grade Fabulous
Keeping 4th grade fabulous, please give a warm welcome Putnam County alumna and teacher👩🏻🏫 Mrs. Beth Williams! Beth was born and raised in Putnam County and graduated👩🏻🎓 from PC in 2005. She then married the love of her life, . . .