first grade


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first grade

n
(Education) US the first school year after kindergarten when children are six or seven years old
ˌfirst-ˈgrader n
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Of the first grade the leading features are long locks and smiles; of the second frogged coats and frowns.
First grade for children ages 5 to 6 it's the big time
Salma was referring to an extract from Trump's book, where he tells a story about punching his music teacher in first grade because he thought the teacher "didn't know anything about music.
Consequently commencing with Ate my homework, Osage County First Grade and Kitty went right through the alphabet again hurling hairballs, loitering under the no loitering sign, writing on the walls, and, you get the idea .
Wests captain Scott Jacobsen summed up Clarke's entry to first grade in that season's annual report by saying that due to lack of spinning depth, Michael got a taste of first grade probably much earlier than he thought, the report mentioned.
The First Grade Baseline Evaluation is an optional tool that can be used at the beginning of the school year to help teachers get to know the reading and language skills of each student.
Our aim was to investigate the factors affecting the language and vocabulary abilities of children in the first grade and to explore the power and the pathways of the impacts of these factors.
President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambaev today proposed to start compulsory learning of Kyrgyz language since kindergarten and first grade in school.
The Albanian parties in Macedonia united in the reactions against the introduction of the Macedonian language in the first grade.
We used an observational design to examine student growth and status over a 2-year longitudinal period across kindergarten and first grade in a midsize city in northern Florida.
Fifth-grade students who took part in comprehensive, interactive school-based prevention programs starting as early as first grade were half as likely as their peers to use alcohol or other drugs, act out violently, or engage in sexual activity, according to a new study from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).