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Category: Primary School

Kids on the Yard, Educations Related Articles for Primary School Supporting Parents and Students.

Resources

Free Online Tutoring Resources

Many online resources can offer your child free tutoring services. Most of these platforms provide homework help but may also pair your child with a

Parents Point of View

Parent’s Point of View #120: How to Support Your 5th-Grader’s Critical Math Skills?

Are you aware that your child is preparing for a major leap? Fifth grade is the last year of elementary school and a time when

Parents Point of View

Parent’s Point of View #119: What is 5th Grade Reading, Under the Common Core Standards?

Common Core Standards

Parent’s Point of View #122: Writing Skills Under the Common Core Standards for Third Graders – What should a parent know?

Third grade is a great learning level for your child! It is a place of beautiful discoveries and soul-shaping challenges.  It is also a time

Parent’s Point of View #121: Critical Math Skills for 4th Grade

Fourth-grade math focuses on addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. Students apply the four operations in solving multi-step word problems that involve multi-digit numbers. In addition,

Parent’s Point of View Homeschool #116: How to Improve My 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension.

While it is estimated that 20% of learners experience reading disabilities 👀, it is hard to separate 2nd-grade readers with reading disabilities from those that require more practice.

💡 Reading challenges are common amongst 2nd graders since, at this level, they confront complex texts with limited pictures.😎

Parents Point of View

Parent’s Point of View Homeschool #117: How to Improve My 1st Grade Reading Comprehension.

The first-grade level is an exciting and magical time in your child’s education. It is a time they develop and grow skills they learned in

Parents Point of View

Parent’s Point of View: #106: How Is Math Related to Reading

Reading and mathematics are inseparable. This is because communication cannot be successful without a combination of numbers, letters, and symbols. Universal communication includes sharing information,

Standardized State Testing

Should I Prepare My Child for State Standardized Testing? K to 2nd Grade

Standard testing is a testing method created, distributed, and scored similarly to all students. The testing method became popular after the enactment of No Child

General

Why You Should Care (A Lot) About a School’s Curriculum

If you want to know a person’s character, look at their friends. If you want to know a school, look at its curriculum.  A school’s