First graders build skills by working individually and in small guided groups, as well as listening to stories and singing songs with the whole class.
How do you know if your child has a learning disability? Learn to read the signs.
How you can help at home: These games and activities will help your first grader master important academic skills while having fun.
Keep tabs on your first-grader's development with this handy checklist.
First graders learn new ways to sound out words and decode their meanings.
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My son finished first grade. For the better part of the year he has been assessed as a slow reader and the school wanted to have him repeat first grade. He does fine with all other subjects and the social aspects, but reading gives him...
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