third grade

A week into her second grade year, as we lay snuggling at bedtime, I asked my daughter Anna what she thinks will be the hardest
Recently a worksheet came home with my daughter with several answers marked as incorrect. Students were supposed to put either
I've been teaching for five years now, and I feel like my philosophy on education changes every year. But one thing that hasn't changed is the simple fact that I love my kids and I want what's best for them.
I spent another hour laughing about this treasure, which I intend to save forever along with the other thrown-down-the-stairs notes (his preferred tactic of reaching out because we have a rule that once we have done the final tuck-in, he's not allowed back downstairs).
Reading by the third grade is considered critical to a child's educational development. As a result, more states are requiring
Released by The Annie E. Casey Foundation, the report found that students who don't read proficiently by third grade are