8 edition of What Every Parent Needs to Know About the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grades found in the catalog.
May 2004 by Sourcebooks .
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What Every Parent Needs To Know about 1st, 2nd & 3rd Grades: An Essential Guide to Your Child's Education. Bickart, Toni S.; Dodge, Diane Trister; Jablon, Judy R. Noting the crucial role parents play in their child's academic success, this book offers parents guidance in supporting their child's 2nd and 3rd Grades book in the primary : Toni S.
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The ability to recognize the individual sounds that make up words. For example, a child with high phonemic awareness is able to break the word “cat” into three distinct sounds—the hard K, the A and the T—and able to hear the common sound in several words, such as hearing an H sound in “hen,” “hat,” and “hill.”.
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In All Kinds of Weather. Explore an activity that asks students to draw the activities they do with their family in different types of weather. During third grade, children are really flexing their “idea” muscles and learning to express those ideas in more sophisticated ways. Sentences are getting longer and more complex.
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Students practice math activities by playing games, completing puzzles, and much more. A major focus in 1st grade math is basic addition and subtraction facts.
These will need to be mastered by 2nd grade, so students will practice working with them regularly. By the end of 1st grade they should be adding and subtracting within 20 with ease. They should also b e able to write and solve problems involving addition and subtraction.