Third Grade: School and Academics Articles
Most parents think of reading as something that percolates in kindergarten and first grade. But in third grade, it takes on added significance. Here's a cheat sheet on where your child should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
In third grade, science moves out from the wings. What should your child know at the beginning and end of third grade? Read on.
Third grade is a flagship year for math, as it's the bridge from simple computation to more complex skills. What do children typically learn this year? Read on to find out.
Your child has scaled the cliffs of early reading, shot the rapids of adding and subtracting, and mined for gems in the world of writing. In other words, first and second grade are over. What could top all that? Well, in fact there's a giant step waiting in third grade. Kids will still read, ...
Stumped on where to find engrossing books for your burgeoning reader? We've got you covered. We've combed the shelves for new summer titles. Here are the ones that really knocked our socks off.
In third grade, writing becomes more complicated. Not only will your child be writing book reports, he will learn to do research papers. Third graders are asked to respond in writing in almost every subject, even math, so they need to know how to write their thoughts and ideas. Third graders will ...
In third grade, social studies moves from the back seat to a more visible part of the school week. What will your child learn? Read on.
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