Third Grade: Milestones and Development Articles
When your child hits third grade, homework kicks in in earnest. Despite the increase in workload, your child still has a lot of growing up to do. You can help her make the transition, by understanding what she is and is not capable of absorbing.
Third graders are ready to really learn about physical education. They continue to test their abilities and display an intense curiosity as to how it all works. Here are some examples of third grade movement milestones:
Expert parenting advice on keeping boys and girls fit and healthy in the third grade.
Starting around third grade, and increasingly in every grade thereafter, teachers want kids to take independent responsibility for their stuff. And for most kids, that's not so easy. The National Association of Professional Organizers feels that pain--and it has some answers, too.
Let's get down to the nitty-gritty of what you can expect from your third grader.
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