Teaching With Books
Students will practice sequencing events, learn new words, and create art projects as they read a biography of Christopher Columbus.
In the 1880s, a New Jersey farmer poured his cranberries down the barn stairs instead of carrying them. The freshest ones bounced to the bottom. The bad ones stayed on the steps. Now a machine separates cranberries that bounce from the ones that don't.
There are about 40,000 kinds of spiders in the world. Some spiders are small enough to balance on the tip of your pencil. The largest spiders are 12 inches across. They could cover a whole pizza.
Correct the run-on sentences.
1. Jack and Jill made a crossword puzzle using their spelling words the test was on Friday.
2. They went to the library to do some research the topic was a famous building.
Write your own definition for a run-on sentence.
9 × ____ = 108 ____ × 9 = 108
108 ÷ 9 = ____ 108 ÷ ____ = 9