How Parents Can Help Their Third Graders

Suggested ways that parents can support their third grader's development.
Grades:
3
Themes:
Holidays:
Updated on: August 28, 2000
At eight years old, third graders are learning how to set goals and understand the consequences of their actions. Parents can help by encouraging their child as she:
  • Explores the relationship of feelings, goals, and behavior.
  • Learns about choices and consequences.
  • Begins setting goals.
  • Becomes more responsible.
  • Learns how to work with others.

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