Third-grade sentence example

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  • The books in this series are written at a second and third grade level.

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  • The ambitous third grade student decided to build an electromagnet for his science fair project.

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  • The site is geared towards preschool through third grade.

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  • Others were exposed to bar room fights, muggings, schooled in army combat or at least been the recipient of a bloody nose from a third grade bully.

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  • This level of Girl Scouts includes seven-and-eight-year-olds or girls in the second or third grade.

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  • The Amber Brown series is a great collection of third grade reading books.

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  • Paula Danziger's adorable character Amber Brown is a student in the third grade who tells stories in first person.

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  • Children homeschooled in Georgia must complete a national standardized achievement test at least once every three years, beginning at the end of the third grade.

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  • This set of Quizmo games is aimed at children in first through third grade.

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  • Kids who are in kindergarten through third grade are usually satisfied with and eager to play most free online computer games.

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  • The site is very easy to navigate for third grade and up.

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  • Back in the spring of 2008, a colleague and I were discussing a third grade boy with Asperger's who was having difficulty making friends and who was preoccupied with trains.

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  • Common ways to teach children French in first, second or third grade may not work for preschoolers.

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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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  • However, the following book selections are representative of literature for third grade students.

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  • If long hair is desired, an "up-do" may be a solution, but a tightly twisted bun may invoke memories of your strict third-grade teacher.

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  • Most school districts have standardized programs to screen large numbers of children between kindergarten and third grade.

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