Cracking the Third Grade - Reading and Math: A Parent's Guide to Elementary School Success

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Random House, May 6, 2008 - Study Aids - 276 pages
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What exactly should kids learn and review at home to be successful in the elementary school classroom? If you’re the parent of a third grader, you know that keeping up with the curriculum and helping your child with schoolwork can be a challenge. Cracking the Third Grade shows you how to prepare your child for the competitive world of today's schools. It includes tutoring tips and teaching instructions for parents as well as drills, exercises, and activities that parents and kids can do together.

Cracking the Third Grade contains two units — one for math and one for reading. Each unit includes lessons that cover many grade-appropriate skills for that subject. Each lesson offers a skill review for parents and children, and a wide variety of practice activities for kids.

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Using Context
Before Reading
Connections 35 During Reading Checking
After Reading
Using Illustrations
Fiction and Nonfiction
Main Idea
Plot and Setting
Putting Events in Order
Problem and Solution
Comparing and Contrasting
Cause and Effect
Fact and Opinion


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