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Advanced Equations: SSAT-ISEE Algebra

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub
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Addition: Fractions: SSAT-ISEE Arithmetic

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub
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Squirtgun Uncle Maked Me, The

James Whitcomb Riley Indiana University Press ePub

UNCLE Sidney, when he wuz here,

Maked me a squirtgun out o’ some

Elder-bushes ’at growed out near

Where wuz the brickyard—’way out clear

To where the toll-gate come!

So when we walked back home again,

He maked it, out in our woodhouse where

Wuz the old workbench, an’ the old jack-plane,

An’ the old ’pokeshave, an’ the tools all lay’n’

Ist like he wants ’em there.

He sawed it first with the old hand-saw;

An’ nen he peeled off the bark, an’ got

Some glass an’ scraped it; an’ told ’bout Pa,

When he wuz a boy an’ fooled his Ma,

An’ the whippin’ ’at he caught.

Nen Uncle Sidney, he took an’ filed

A’ old arn ramrod; an’ one o’ the ends

He screwed fast into the vise; an’ smiled,

Thinkin’, he said, o’ when he wuz a child,

’Fore him an’ Pa wuz mens.

He punched out the peth, an’ nen he put

A plug in the end with a hole notched through;

Nen took the old drawey-knife an’ cut

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Pom-Pom Scarf

Annabel Wrigley FunStitch Studio ePub

a teeny bit more challenging

Pom-Pom Scarf

Finished Size: Approximately 7¼˝ × 49¼˝

What Do I Need?

•½ yard of lovely fleece or wool fabric (at least 50˝ wide)

•3 balls of yarn in fun colors

•Coordinating sewing thread

•4 pieces of cardboard 5˝ × 5˝ (You can cut up a cardboard box.)

• Basic sewing supplies

If you are using a ¼˝ presser foot, don’t forget to use washi tape as a guide to make the correct seam allowance width for this project.

special skills

Refer to The Rules of Sewing

Sewing a whipstitch

Sewing around a corner

Prepare the Pieces

Cut 2 pieces of scarf fabric to measure 8˝ × 50˝.

Let’s Make It

THE SCARF

Place the 2 scarf pieces right sides together and pin all the way around.

Mark a 5˝-long no-sew zone near the center of a long edge of the scarf. This is the area that we do not want to sew.

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Quadratic Equations and Radicals: COOP-HSPT Algebra

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub
Medium 9781607059974

Family Tree Wallhanging

Annabel Wrigley FunStitch Studio ePub

a teeny bit more challenging

Family Tree Wallhanging

Finished Size: Approximately 24½˝ × 28˝

What Do I Need?

¾ yard of 45˝-wide cotton canvas fabric for the background

½ yard of quilt fabric for the tree foliage

¼ yard of quilt fabric for the tree trunk

A scrap of bright-colored fabric for the bird’s body

Scraps of felt for the bird’s eye and beak

Felt to back the photos

1½ yards of paper-backed fusible web

Fabric glue

Home inkjet printer

Inkjet printer fabric sheets (These can be found in packages online or at craft stores.)

Wooden dowel for hanging

Approximately 45˝ of colored twine for hanging

Sewing thread

Basic sewing supplies

special skills

•Refer to The Rules of Sewing

• Using an iron

• Hand sewing

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Advanced Equations: COOP-HSPT Algebra

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub
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Coordinate Geometry: COOP-HSPT Algebra

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub
Medium 9781576336977

"B" Words: SSAT-ISEE Essential Vocabulary

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub
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Raggedy Man, The

James Whitcomb Riley Indiana University Press ePub

O THE RAGGEDY MAN! He works fer Pa;

An’ he’s the goodest man ever you saw!

He comes to our house every day,

An’ waters the horses, an’ feeds ’em hay;

An’ he opens the shed—an’ we all ist laugh

When he drives out our little old wobble-ly calf;

An’ nen—ef our hired girl says he can—

He milks the cow fer ’Lizabuth Ann.—

Aint he a’ awful good Raggedy Man?

Raggedy! Raggedy! Raggedy Man!

W’y, The Raggedy Man—he’s ist so good

He splits the kindlin’ an’ chops the wood;

An’ nen he spades in our garden, too,

An’ does most things ’at boys can’t do!—

He clumbed clean up in our big tree

An’ shooked a’ apple down fer me—

An’ nother’n’, too, fer ’Lizabuth Ann—

An’ nother’n’, too, fer The Raggedy Man.—

Aint he a’ awful kind Raggedy Man?

Raggedy! Raggedy! Raggedy Man!

An’ The Raggedy Man, he knows most rhymes

An’ tells ’em, ef I be good, sometimes:

Knows ’bout Giunts, an’ Griffuns, an’ Elves,

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Subtraction: Fractions: COOP-HSPT Arithmetic

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub
Medium 9781617836534

Chapter 3: Peterson's Progress

Alex Monnig SportsZone PDF

Seminoles

Getting Defensive

Bill Peterson became well known for his high-powered offenses at Florida State. But the defense was just as important in the school’s breakthrough 1964 season. The Seminoles’ tenth-ranked defensive unit allowed fewer than eight points per game. It opened the season with three shutouts. The dominant defensive line was given the nickname of “The

Magnificent Seven.” It was so good that people often forgot about the quality of the team’s defensive backs. That is why they became known as “The Forgotten Four.”

One reason for the scoring outburst was wide receiver Fred

Biletnikoff. He was one of the best offensive players to ever play college football. In fact, the award given annually to the best college wide receiver is now named the Biletnikoff Award. Biletnikoff played for

Florida State from 1962 to 1964. In 1964, he set single-season school records with 57 catches, 987 receiving yards, and 11 touchdowns. For that, he was chosen as Florida State’s first consensus All-American.

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Who Santy-Claus Wuz

James Whitcomb Riley Indiana University Press ePub

JES’ a little bit o’ feller—I remember still—

Ust to almost cry fer Christmas, like a youngster will.

Fourth o’ July’s nothin’ to it!—New Year’s ain’t a smell!

Easter-Sunday—Circus-day—jes’ all dead in the shell!

Lawzy, though! at night, you know, to set around an’ hear

The old folks work the story off about the sledge an’ deer,

An’ “Santy” skootin’ round the roof, all wrapt in fur an’ fuzz—

Long afore

I knowed who

“Santy-Claus” wuz!

Ust to wait, an’ set up late, a week er two ahead;

Couldn’t hardly keep awake, ner wouldn’t go to bed;

Kittle stewin’ on the fire, an’ Mother settin’ here

Darnin’ socks, an’ rockin’ in the skreeky rockin’-cheer;

Pap gap’, an’ wonder where it wuz the money went,

An’ quar’l with his frosted heels, an’ spill his liniment;

An’ me a-dreamin’ sleigh-bells when the clock ’ud whir an’ buzz,

Long afore

I knowed who

“Santy-Claus” wuz!

Size the fire-place up an’ figger how “Ole Santy” could

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To the Student

Emily Hutchinson Saddleback Educational Publishing PDF

Lesson

1

The Five Ws

The five Ws—who, what, when, where, and why—are important guidelines when you’re writing to inform. Why? These key words remind you to include all the essential facts.

A. Read this bulletin board notice. Then answer the questions that follow.

Attention

Prom Committee!

The prom committee will meet in Room 314 on Thursday, March 4, at 3:30 in the afternoon. All those interested in helping us get organized are welcome to attend.

At the first meeting, we will decide on a theme for the dance. We will also establish subcommittees for decorations, entertainment, chaperones, refreshments, and election of the king and queen and their court. Meetings will be held every Thursday at the same time and place until the last week of May.

Please doN’T sign up IF YOU CAN’T SERVE ON the committee until prom night!

1. Who is invited to come to the meeting?

__________________________________________________________________________

2. What is on the agenda for the first meeting?

__________________________________________________________________________

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Simple Equations: SSAT-ISEE Algebra

Ace Academics Ace Academics ePub

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