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How Parents Can Help Their Fifth Grader

A list of suggested ways for parents to support the development of their fifth grader.
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At ten-years-old, fifth graders are developing communication skills and becoming more mature. Parents can help by encouraging their fifth grader as he:
  • Improves his listening and responding skills.
  • Increases his problem-solving abilities.
  • Begins to undergo maturational changes.
  • Gains awareness of peer and adult expectations.

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