FAMILY ALBUM U.S.A.: 46 LINDEN STREET
For this present tense worksheet, 4th graders watch three different videos on YouTube and answer 16 questions for Act 1, 11 questions for Act 2 and 12 questions for Act 3 in the present tense.
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