Making Good Grades
Students want to make good grades. Bad grades make their mom and dad mad. They will make them study more. There are ways to make good grades.
First, students must do their homework. The homework should be done every day. This will help them learn. Students need to work math problems each night. Then the student will know how to work the math problems the next day.
Second, students need to study. Students study their book and notes. Then they can think of the answers to the questions. Then they make a good grade on the test. Tests are worth a lot of points. This could help their grade.
Last, students should read. Reading helps them learn more words. These may be words they didn’t know before. Reading also helps them think. They may learn about things in the book. Reading also helps with writing.
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What is the main idea of the 4th paragraph?
Why do students study?
To help their sister.
To find something to do.
To look smart.
To be able to answer the questions.
When should students do their homework?
Once a week.
Why do students need to make good grades?
Because mom and dad will be mad.
Because students will lose money.
Because students will go to jail.
Because students will be unsafe.
What will most likely happen if a student studies a lot?
They will get a good grade.
They will get a bad grade.
They will make more friends.
They will be mad.
Why should a student read?
To look at pictures.
Because their mom made them.
To learn more words.
Because it is not fun.
Why should students do their homework?
To not get bored.
To get tired.
To have something to do.
What does reading do?
Helps make you clean.
Helps you make friends.
Helps with math.
Helps with writing.
What do students study?
A short story.
Books and notes.