Kindergartners learn the relationship of letters to sounds and master their first sight words.
First graders learn to sound out words and decode their meanings.
Second graders tackle short chapter books and do basic research.
Third graders make the leap from learning to read to reading to learn.
Fourth graders read many different types of text, building research and analytical skills.
Fifth graders identify themes, make inferences, and draw conclusions.
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