Daily Summer Activities, Moving from Fourth to Fifth Grade

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Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jan 1, 2000 - Education - 160 pages
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Moving from fourth to fifth grade can be a big transition. Daily Summer Activities, Moving from Fourth to Fifth Grade can help make it easier. The many exercises it contains, while brief, add just the right amount of complexity to keep children challenged.Language Arts practice:two stories with comprehension questions each week,sentences to correct for capitalization, punctuation, and grammar,12 spelling words to learn each week,alphabetical order,contractions,parts of speech,synonyms, antonyms, and homophones,analogies,prefixes and suffixes.Mathematics practice:multiplication and division facts,word problems,up to four-digit addition and subtraction with borrowing and carrying,dividing by one digit,multiplication by one and two digits,fractions,graphing,geometry,measurement.Geography:map symbols,map reading.Also included:cursive handwriting practice,creative writing activities,practice cards for multiplication and division facts through the nines

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Norris began teaching in a first-grade classroom at the University of Northern Colorado Laboratory School. He varied teaching career has spanned grades PreK through 8. She has directed a preschool program, been a remedial reading specialist, and acted as a district science resource trainer. Following twenty years of classroom experience in Colorado, Texas, North Carolina, and California, she continues to be active in staff development.

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