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Third Grade Intellectual Development

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They can write complex stories.

Most children in third grade generally know how to write a sentence and how to spell words. They’re learning to edit and revise their writing. As writing skills improve, children can focus more on the plots, characters and drama of their stories.

What you should do: Take an interest in your child’s imagination. Ask what her stories are about. Put her work on the refrigerator for all to see.