A Parent's Guide to 4th Grade: How to Ensure Your Child's Success
During your initial read of this resource, you may find that some of the key points are not yet relevant to your child. Imagine, if you will, reading the owner's manual to your car. Initially you may peruse the manual, finding that not all of the features or instructions are immediately helpful, but as you drive the car for a period of time, you may find yourself referring to the manual to find important information. Use this book in the same manner. Read initially to gain a baseline understanding of what to expect this year, then pickup the book throughout the year when you are faced with new questions or difficulties. By the end of the fourth grade, you may have a book with dog-eared pages, highlighted passages, and favorite nuggets of information.
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Welcome to 4th Grade
What Your Child Is Learning in School
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