I have a very intelligent third grader. He takes an advanced curriculum and does very well on his tests. However, my husband and I do most of the organizing for him, review his assignments and ensure his work is done. The math, science and reading...
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What's a banana and where does it come from? In this writing worksheet, your child will write an explanatory text about the origins of bananas. Bonus: your child may need to do a little research to write this!
How do you make a banana split? In this writing worksheet, your child will write instructions for a recipe. Bonus: your child may need to look up a recipe for help.
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