Practice the following sentences. 1. We accept bids from the people in the crowds 2. All the dads planted the seeds and picked the weeds. 3. My son reads about the birds in the neighborhood trees 4. The nerds are stringing beads to make necklaces. 5. He adds up all the words in his sentences. 6. My kids got hit on their heads. 7. I saw five herds of sheep crossing the back roads. 8. Please make the beds. 9. The analyst reads the codes very well. 10. We put the fishing rods into the lake.
Practice this paragraph. Many dads enjoy taking their kids to the zoo to see the animals and birds. Although the crowds may be large at the different exhibits, it can be lots of fun spending time reading explanations about the animals and teaching kids new words. Every experience they have leads to greater knowledge and plants the seeds for future hobbies or professions. Even experiences that occur once in a blue moon can leave a lasting impression.
Idiom: once in a blue moon Definition: rarely, occasionally
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