Markets, Tornadoes and Weekly Work


The local farmers bring their fresh crops to the farmers’ markets in Tacoma. Here is a link to the site if you are interested in buying fresh food:

And here are your assignments for today. I am sorry I will be out. Tanya Lundgaard is teaching in the classroom next door and will check to see if you need help now and then. If don’t understand or can’t do something, please move on to the next thing:

1. Watch the video about tornadoes one more time. Write three sentences about tornadoes. Give these to me tomorrow:

2. Remember to practice our vocabulary and spelling for the week:

After practicing spelling words, go to this new reading site. Choose any one reading and do the exercises with it:

3. Type your writing about Memorial Day from last week about your neighbor. If you don’t have a paper, write one paragraph about your Memorial Day weekend. Use Microsoft Word and then email it to me. Ask me if you need help with this.

If you are staying for the second class, practice the Ventures site. Remember! We are studying Book 2, Unit 10!

Finally, you can work on extra writing and listening exercises if you have the time.

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