Friday, July 27, 2012

What do you like to eat?

For breakfast, James likes to eat potatoes and eggs.

For lunch, James likes to eat potatoes and steak.

For dinner, James likes to eat french fries and fish.

What do you like to eatPlease click "comments" to answer.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Make a doctor's appointment

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Domain Types activity

The Domain types of a website is the last part of the website address.  The most common is .com but there are many others like .org - .edu - .gov and more.

The domain types also tells you about the kind of group that made or uses the website.

Today, research websites with different domain types and talk about the information you find.

First, click the HYPERLINK to download the activity.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Tonight will practice exploring "apartment searching" on

Answer the following questions.

1. What three things do you like about this apartment?
2. What three things do you NOT like about this apartment?

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

High Beginning Quiz

This is a quiz about the Possessive Adjectives.  The questions will be about using the words His, Her, My, Our, and Their correctly.

Amy has a cat.  Her cat is grey and white.

Jesse has a blue bike.  The bike belonged to his Mother.

I love to eat rice.  My favorite food is rice.

Neighborhood House is a small school.  Our school is very nice.

Khanh and Keng have names that start with the same sound.  Their names both start with the letter K.

Now, take the quiz:

assessment link

Thursday, July 12, 2012

An Unexpected Adventure

Do you drive a car?  Are you a good driver or a bad driver?  Do you have a story about a ride in a car?  Click "comments" to write your answer. 

When is it?

Click here to find the worksheet!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

High Beginning - In, On, or At

Students, Click on the Link above to go to the sentence quiz.  Read each sentence then view the answer.  If you guessed the answer wrong.  Write it down in your notebook.

After you are done, open Microsoft Word and type the sentences you wrote down.