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Speed skating is an Olympic sport. Speed skaters wear special ice skates. The ice skates have long blades. The blades are extra sharp. Speed skaters also wear tight body suits. The suits and skates help skaters reach high speeds in races. Some Olympic skaters can skate close to 40 miles per hour.
Polar bears live in the Arctic where it is extremely cold all year long. They have thick fur and a thick layer of fat to keep them warm. Polar bears are some of the largest bears in the world. They grow to eight feet long. Some polar bears weigh more than 1,000 pounds. Baby polar bears are small. They weigh less than two pounds when they are born.
Rewrite the sentences using possessive pronouns for the bold words.
1. The sister of the girl is the same age as Alice.
2. The dog that belongs to the boys is named Roger.
3. A bike that belongs to me is broken.
Use expanded notation to solve:
43 × 7 = ( __ × __ ) + ( __ × __ ) = ___
68 × 9 = ( __ × __ ) + ( __ × __ ) = ___
Talk, read, and sing with your PreK–K classroom with the help of English and Spanish sing-alongs, interactive lesson ideas, and more.
Encourage your students to work in teams, tackle environmental issues, and create practical solutions while competing for scholarships and grants.