Review two- and three-digit addition and subtraction problems, both with and without regrouping. Children should also be able to tell the value of each number they write. Practice equal grouping. Provide 10 pennies and have the child to divide the pennies into equal groups of two pennies per group (making 5 groups) for example. This will help them with division and multiplication.
Work cooperatively and productively with other children in small groups to complete projects
Understand how choices affect consequences.
Use prefixes, suffixes, and root words and other strategies to identify unfamiliar words
Be able to conduct simple interviews or do simple research and write on a topic
Show students to be prepared for a discussion, having read or studied required material.
Encourage kids to start combining sentences into paragraphs. Three point paragraphs are used (opening sentence attention getter that names the topic, three sentences talking about the topic, and the last sentence restating the topic or a "leave-you thinking" type question to close).