Teaching With Books
Pilgrim children played games we still play today. They played tic-tac-toe, but they called it naughts and crosses. They also played hide and seek, which they called all hid. The Pilgrims brought these games with them from their native countries of England and Holland.
Male turkeys are called toms. They make the famous gobble noise. Gobbling can be a mating call. Toms make the noise to attract female turkeys. Female turkeys are called hens. Hens sometimes make a yelping noise. This gathers their babies. All turkeys make a purring noise. This noise means the turkeys are content.
A pronoun takes the place of a noun.
Rewrite the sentences with pronouns in place of the bold words.
1. The tutor came to the house to work with Karla and Kevin.
2. The book belongs to the boy.
Use expanded notation to solve the equations.
35 × 6 = ( __ × __ ) + ( __ × __ ) = ___
57 × 4 = ( __ × __ ) + ( __ × __ ) = ___