I also like to interject with unsolicited opinions on what is objectively more difficult than whatever a child finds hard at the moment. My intelligence isn't going to validate itself!
It also seems like Shannon was on the same teaching video because she still needed help, even in college.
Junior year of college? Ha! Just wait until mom and dad aren't paying your rent anymore, you have to face your student loans, and go to work 40 hours a week!
oooh that use of "Kiddo". Oooooh boy ooh it hurts
You think life is rough now in 4th grade, kid? Just wait until you're sitting on your living room floor, chugging Canadian Club out of a 60 ounce bottle because you just killed your whole family and you're starting the hear the sirens coming from all directions since your neighbours called the cops, only now working up the courage to polish off the rest of the bottle and burst out the door waving your son's nerf gun around so the cops put a bullet in your head rather than send you to life in federal prison to get fucked in the ass by buff Nazis.
Fourth grade *is* harder than junior year of college, though.
By the time you're a junior in college, you've been in school for fifteen years. You have the maturity of an adult. You've figured out what works for you and how you need to succeed.
Around fourth grade, in my memory at least, is where school started to pick up and shit started to get real. Plus, you're dealing with this *for the first time*.
Well obviously 4th grade is easy for a college student. I'm a junior in college and I have younger siblings who are in high school and middle school and since I live close I will come help them with their homework. They like to tell me how smart I am but I just remind them that I am only smarter because I am older. They are definitely smarter than I was when I was their age.