Third Grade Intellectual Development
They work hard to complete challenging tasks.
As kids get smarter, they want tougher challenges. Most third graders are able to use logical reasoning and set up a system to complete a challenge. They take on projects like writing a book, organizing collections or using construction toys to build something extravagant.
What you should do: Encourage your child’s activities, whatever they are. Show them off to family members. Buy supplies for your child to use. If your child has challenging school projects, lend a helping hand, but don’t do all the work.