Third graders are beginning to develop a sense of themselves as scholars. As readers, they’re developing the mastery that leads to enjoyment and learning. As writers, they find that they can inform, persuade, and entertain. As mathematicians, they discover that they can handle larger and more complex operations than ever before. And as technologists, they discover that they can program and control programs and devices as makers as well as users.
Whether they’re discovering their inner Adele, Miles, or Rostropovich in chorus, wind ensemble, or string ensemble, or finding that they love making ‘real things’ in woodshop, they have a multitude of ways to discover that school is fun.Inquire