Laura Lee Lewis, of London, said her daughter was given a worksheet from London Elementary School with adjectives and two pictures to go with each one. This included examples of picking which drawing best pictured what a hill is, what a cow is, what a dish is and so on. Lewis told WKYT that she was shocked by the assignment and thinks the example could have been presented differently. Lewis said she was shocked by the assignment and thinks the example could have been presented differently.
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