Publication Date: November 10, 2020
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Ages 8 to 9, Grades 3 to 4
Learn at home with help from the education experts at The Princeton Review! 4TH GRADE AT HOME provides simple, guided lessons and activities that parents can use to help keep 4th graders on track this year.
Anxious about remote learning and hybrid schooling? Worried that the unique circumstances around coronavirus and education might keep your child from getting the help they need in class this year? Want to help support your child’s schooling, but not sure where to start?
You’re not alone! 4TH GRADE AT HOME is a parent guide to supporting your child’s learning, with help you can undertake from home. It provides:
· Guided help for key 4th grade reading and math topics
· Skills broken into short, easy-to-accomplish lessons
· Explanations for parents, plus independent questionsets for kids
· Fun at-home learning activities for each skill that use commonhousehold items
· Parent tips, review sections, and challenge activities seeded throughout the book
The perfect mix of parent guidance, practical lessons, and hands-on activities to keep kids engaged and up-to-date, 4TH GRADE AT HOME covers key grade-appropriate topics including:
· reading comprehension
· context, main ideas, and details
· plot and setting
· cause and effect
· addition and subtraction
· multiplication and division
· fractions and decimals
· shapes, symmetry, and patterns
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