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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12 was a very special day for a certain first-grader at a local Catholic school.
First-grader Cassie Keaney said, "Peace means we won't have any more wars.
Amber, a cherubic, golden-haired first-grader, talks to the animals in Dr.
A FIRST-GRADER KILLS ANOTHER FIRST-GRADER IN THE LATEST SCHOOL SHOOTING, WHILE CONGRESS DEBATES TOUGHER GUN LAWS
To ensure that each Phoenix first-grader has a library card and, more importantly, begins using it, the city has introduced Grade One At the Library (GOAL).
For a first-grader, getting through one or two books is an outstanding accomplishment.
I was trying to do a few different things and it safely came down to the ground," first-grader Francis Tscheyka said after using an iPad to record his parachute as it floated from the lift.
Elmira Elementary School first-grader Curtus Lang pants like a dog as Barry Louis Polisar sings "I Want to Be a Dog" during an assembly at the school.
I want Congress to send me a final bill that closes the loophole that allows criminals to buy firearms at gun shows, bans the importation of high-capacity ammunition clips, holds adults accountable when they allow young people to get their hands on deadly guns, and requires child-safety locks for all new handguns, the kind of locks that would have prevented a first-grader from taking Kayla Rolland's life.
Patterson first-grader Karmin Taylor, 7, and other students stop to watch a raccoon at a footbridge across Amazon Creek as they stroll in celebration of International Walk to School Day on Wednesday morning.