For many children, first grade is the year that they bloom as readers and mathematicians. Get ready to support your child’s mathematical growth by learning about first grade math skills.
In second grade math, children begin to work with larger numbers and develop a stronger understanding of place value. Students also learn everyday skills like telling time, working with money, and measuring.
Third grade is a big year for learning math! Kids learn about multiplication and division, dive into fractions, and even start calculating areas and perimeters. Learn how to support your child by exploring what will be happening in third grade math.
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In fourth grade math, students begin to explore more complex math concepts. Don’t get overwhelmed! The best way to support your child is to keep your attitude about math positive as you tackle fourth grade math together. Get started by learning more about what your child will be working on.
In fifth grade math, your child will extend understanding of decimals and fractions, as well as exploring numerical expressions, volume, and graphs. That’s a lot to cover! Help your child succeed in fifth grade math by learning more about what will be covered!
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Starting kindergarten is a big milestone for every child, (and parent!), so there are bound to be a few nerves. We asked a teacher and fellow parents to share their tips on how to help the first few weeks go smoothly and ensure your child gets off to a great start.