A House Is AHouse For What? By: Mason by: Mason Hardin
An addition problem is a home for a sum. A bed might be home for bedbugs. A cave is a home for a bat.
A division problem is a home for a quotient. • Ears are home for sound. • Fire is home for carbon dioxide. • Germs are home for bad particles. • A house is a house for me. • Iron is home for metallic chemicals. • Junk yards are homes for garbage. • A knife is a home for metal.
A lamp is a home for light. • A mansion is home for priceless things. • A net is a home for a minnow. • An ocean is home for salt water. • Piggy banks are homes for coins. • Quarters are homes for silver. • A radio is home for sound.
A subtraction problem is a home for a difference. • A T.V is home for entertainment. • Urine is home for digested liquid. • Vacuums are home for dust. • Watermelons are home for many seeds. • An x-ray is a home for pictures of your bones. • A yak is a home for meat and bones.