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  • n. The period in school that comes after third grade and before fifth grade.


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  • Also that fall, Julie Cooke of my office was spearheading one of my favorite projects: inviting fourth grade students in District of Columbia public schools to the White House for special tours.

    Barbara Bush

  • On Marci's right sat Molly Ferrer, who taught fourth grade and moonlighted for East Hampton's Channel

    The Beach House

  • Hasina was twelve, three years older than Laila and Giti, but had failed third grade once and fourth grade twice.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • I was in fourth grade and Adam Stevens was in the fifth, in class with Lizzie.


  • I am currently in the fourth grade at Woodbrook Elementary School.

    Phineas L. MacGuire . . . Gets Slimed!

  • Fifty-three years earlier I had gone with my fourth grade class to New York City to see a young, beautiful actress in Victoria Regina.

    Barbara Bush

  • Instead of going into a museum to be admired by millions—or at least by the entire fourth grade of Woodbrook Elementary School— it would go into the trash.

    Phineas L. MacGuire . . . Gets Slimed!

  • fourth grade assize ofas teamfamily relationships anxiety anddisorganization andovernight guests andresources andrules andsocial incompetence andas topic among friendssee also parents; siblings, sibling relationshipsF.A.T.

    It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend

  • He had the emotional maturity to sign “love” on all his Valentine’s Day cards, but in fourth grade his heart belonged to Jeannie Kim.

    Everything I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned from Judy Blume

  • Ever since fourth grade we had a set routine: I’d walk over to Nisha’s and then the two of us would pick up Lily.



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