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In the 1800s, schoolchildren living in the country had two breaks from school. They weren't vacation, though. The children helped their parents work on the farms. During spring, schoolchildren helped with the planting. In fall, they helped with the harvest.
The hot days of late summer are sometimes called the "dog days." The nickname came from the ancient Egyptians and Romans. They noticed that the Dog Star, Sirius, moved with the sun during the hottest time of the year.
Put the words in order to make a complete sentence. Don’t forget to capitalize the first letter and add end punctuation.
their to rode field they bikes baseball the
Estimate. Remember: < = less than; > = greater than
23 + 68 = (<, >) 100
71 + 74 = (<, >) 150
86 + 97 = (<, >) 170
Hint: Round up or down to the nearest 10 and add.
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