And then you add a little one to the top of the next number and all of them together. So... one plus three, plus two is...
That's right, so six is our first number and three is our second, 36 plus 27 is...
Very good, you guys are getting it.
The kids start to get up
Hold your horses, hold your horses. Before we get to recess, we have a very special visitor. The kids groan.
The door opens
Now this is Mr. Barta, he works with the Hawkeyes. He knows Herky personally.
And he's paid the school good money to come in and speak to you today.
That's right. Hey kids! Who here likes the Iowa Hawkeyes?
Most of the hands in the class shoot up
Who here has been to an Iowa football game?
Some hands go down, but a good number go up again.
So, what's your favorite part? You.
I like the cheerleaders and listening to the band.
I like when we score a touchdown and it gets loud.
I like raising up the burrito.
I like when my Dad punches some other guy.
Great, great. Now how would you like to see the Hawkeyes for cheap this fall. You, yes, you, Mrs. Marshall's second grade class at Hoover Elementary are eligible to purchase student tickets for the low, low rate of $125.
How much is that?
We haven't gone past 100 yet, Mr. Barta.
Not convinced, huh, well let me tell you this: not only will you get to see the Hawkeyes take on rival Minnesota, but also Illinois State, North Texas and Illinois.
I thought Illinois was just a state, Mrs. Marshall are there two Illinoises?
No Mikey, there's just one. That's more than enough.
Still not convinced? Maybe an appearance Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz will do the trick.
Oh, we're not done yet. Please welcome: Greg Davis!
How you boys and girls doin'? You want to hear a joke?
Why was the offensive coordinator asked to stop mowing lawns?
He was always a yard short.
Everybody cracks up.
So what do you say, are you ready to buy those student tickets?
That's what I like to hear, please make all checks out to the Iowa Athletic Department.
This is a third-grade class, they don't have checks.
Well then, have your parents mail them. Now, where's Miss Marple.
She teaches Kindergarten!
You're right, it's nap time. Tell her I'll be back later this afternoon. Bye kids!
Out in the hallway
I really should be practicing with the guys right now.
Hey, you should know there is more to your position to just coaching.
Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeze. The last class threw a milk at me.
I know, you should be looking at that kid. What an arm. But fine, coach your precious team, while I do the main work. Do you want to tag along Greg?
Mrs. Marshall's class and a familiar face run by in the hallway.
I guess we'll see him in June.