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Hello, students, parents, and teachers,
Summer is officially here, and I trust you're all enjoying it as much as I am.
Before starting today's lesson, take a quiz on adjectives from softschools.com to see how much you remember from last week:
Today's lesson is on verbs. Your goals are to be able to identify verbs and use them in your writing. I prepared a document titled "10 Things to Know about Verbs" for you to study. Take your time with this lesson and ask an adult to help you if you don't understand something. 
10 Things About Verbs (PDF — 178 KB)
Once you feel confident about your knowledge of verbs, try the following exercises:
Last, but not least, write 10 sentences about your favorite summer activities and underline the verbs.
Example: I swim in my neighborhood pool every morning. 
Enjoy the warm summer days!
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