Lee and Lucy enjoy going to the City Park. They
never, ever get bored because there are so many eventful things
always going on. Last week there was an art fair. Many
artists were there displaying their work. Lucy found
the potters and their pottery fascinating. Lee enjoyed
watching the painters create masterpieces right in front of his
Today they are anxious to feed the birds and listen to
the musicians as they perform. Lucy brought two bags of
birdseed. One bag for herself and one for Lee.
They find a bench beside the lake as the birds flock around them
waiting to be fed. The sounds of music fill the
air. Musical instruments such as saxophones, guitars, drums,
and even a cello can be heard. The voices of singers float
through the warm, summer air. The many songs mingle together
creating a relaxing experience for all. Smells of food, the
lake, and fresh air make today a perfect day for Lucy and Lee.
Several hours later and the birdseed gone, they decide to
walk back home. City Park is indeed a wonderful place to
Answer the questions below.
The main idea of this passage is
birds at City Park.
Lee and Lucy's reasons
for visiting City Park.
the art show at City
At the art fair, Lucy was fascinated by the
potters and their
Today Lucy and Lee will listen to the
They sit on a bench near the .
brought birdseed for both of them.
The smells of food, the lake, and fresh
make it a perfect day.
What types of instruments did they hear while at City Park?
electric guitars and
drums, and a cello
How long did Lee and Lucy spend at City Park today?
the entire day
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