In fourth grade, children read across subject areas, thereby building more complex research and analytical skills.
Laying strong foundations: First graders learn about money, time, measurements, and more.
Building on the basics, second graders should be able to add, count, write whole numbers up to 1,000, and much more.
From making metaphors to writing a news story, these fun summer worksheets will keep writing skills sharp.
Multiply the learning and the fun with these summer math worksheets.
Object lessons: Kindergartners kick-start math with blocks, bottle caps, and dice.
First graders learn new ways to sound out words and decode their meanings.
As second graders become more adept at reading, they begin to tackle short chapter books and basic research projects.
Facts, facts, and more facts! In addition to drilling those times tables, third graders focus on math facts rather than fancy ideas.
Real numbers in the real world: Fourth grade math emphasizes applying what kids know and knowing what they apply.