How to use Graders in a sentence

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  • After all, the whole business remained supposition—conclusions jumped to like fourth graders in a schoolyard hopscotch game.

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  • I hope you enjoy the Great book written by 5th graders.

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  • I taught eighth graders here in Norwich in our two public middle schools.

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  • Phil's role is to focus on the junior elite players from the age of 11 until they potentially become first graders.

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  • The range includes graders, scrapers and land planes - all of which have been well-proven working in the harshest of environments.

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  • About 10% of the 10th graders say that the media have a negative influence on their self-esteem.

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  • The city has a 40% illiteracy rate, and over 50% of black ninth graders will not graduate in four years.

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  • Who wants to The th graders world series of.

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  • Targeted to elementary school readers, this is a good series of chapter books for first graders, who are usually just beginning to read simple stories on their own.

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  • Looking to stock your bookshelves with easy chapter books for second graders?

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  • Most second graders have graduated from readers, but many still need something easier than a full chapter book.

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  • Easy chapter books, for second graders, are frequently the next step after readers.

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  • Author Nancy Star (who is generally known for her adult mysteries) has created a series that follows and a team of sleuthing second graders to solve seasonal mysteries.

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  • It's no wonder girls (and boys) love this series of easy chapter books for second graders.

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  • When in doubt, ask your librarian to help you find suitable chapter books that second graders will love!

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  • Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen, is an upper-level book for fifth graders about a boy who must survive in the Canadian wilderness after a small plane crash.

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  • So can't really help you there without more details, but I've known 7th and 9th graders who hang out and like each other.

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  • In addition, teen drinking is beginning earlier and earlier, with some 33.9 percent of ninth graders having their first drink before the age of 13.

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  • Birth certificates must be presented for seventh, eight and ninth graders before they are allowed to play.

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  • One study done on eighth and ninth graders compared teens who generally had personalities considered non-aggressive but who played violent games to those teens who had aggressive personalities but did not play violent games.

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  • Eight percent of eighth graders, 24 percent of tenth graders, and 32 percent of high school seniors have been intoxicated from alcohol in the past month.

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  • Nearly 5 percent of first graders have functional speech disorders, and 50-70 percent of all children with functional speech disorders struggle academically throughout elementary school and high school.

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  • In the tenth grade, bullying rose from 3.2 percent in 1999 to 4.6 percent in 2001, and among twelfth graders, it doubled from 1.2 percent in 1999 to 2.4 percent just two years later.

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  • Positive reinforcement has also been shown to boost fifth graders' scores on creativity tests, help sixth graders write more original stories, and lead college students to produce novel word associations.

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  • A textbook is provided for first and second grade students, with third graders also having access to a test book and map skills book.

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  • Pony Play, for second and third graders, helps develop critical thinking skills, following directions and math skills.

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  • The Letter Roll Reading Game is fun for first graders as they practice their spelling, improve their phonics and reading skills while developing their vocabulary.

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  • In both cases, trained diamond graders will see only small flaws under 10x magnification.

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  • In VS2 diamonds, the flaws are rarely visible to the naked eye, although trained diamond graders may be able to see them in certain situations.

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  • In slightly included diamonds, which receive the grades of SI1 or SI2, trained graders will easily be able to see flaws under 10x magnification.

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  • The Girl Scout Daisy level is for kindergartners and first graders.

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  • The Cub Scout program is for first graders through third grade boys and is broken down into the Tiger Cubs, Wolf Scouts, and Bear Scouts.

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  • After all, the whole business remained supposition—conclusions jumped to like fourth graders in a schoolyard hopscotch game.

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