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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Moreover, the Group is armed with various professional qualifications, such as four first-grade qualifications, namely First-Grade General Contractor for Municipal Public Works, First-Grade Professional Contractor for Urban and Street Lighting Projects, First-Grade Professional Contractor for Building Renovation Projects and First-Grade Professional Contractor for Historic Building Projects, among others.
I agree with him that we have a first-grade bully running for the president of the United States," Salma told Corden.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, not only was Friday the start of Michael Clarke's 100th Test, but it was also the anniversary of his first-grade debut for Sydney's Western Suburbs in 1997.
The study reviewed in this report examined the impact of a summer literacy program on kindergarten and first-grade students who were at moderate risk for reading difficulties in one Pacific Northwest school district.
A retiring first-grade teacher in Sterling is receiving a gift that can't be wrapped and put on a desk.
After verifying through measurement modeling that the measurement variables accurately measured the potential variables, we analyzed the structural modeling to find the pathways through which SES, controlling-style parenting, and age 5 test score affected first-grade vocabulary and language test scores.
Thus, in the present study, we examine response to kindergarten classroom reading instruction and evaluate its predictive relation to students' first-grade reading skills.
Nuhi Dardishta, president of the Association of Albanian Professors, said that they oppose this decision and he announced that they would organize a debate at which experts will discuss whether first-grade children can learn three languages.
The lessons progress sequentially and teach all the phonics, spelling, and phonemic awareness skills in most first-grade curricula.
The club, which meets twice a week for 90 minutes after school, is open to all Skyview first-grade boys.
When a lady from the principal's office brings a test to the first-grade class, the children have some trouble because none of the answers seem quite right.
The early education literature validates the notion that not only is the move from preschool to kindergarten daunting, but transitioning from a relatively warm, caring, child-centered kindergarten environment to a potentially more intimidating and less flexible first-grade classroom is also quite a struggle for many children and their parents/caregivers (Yeom, 1998).