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Mariagrazia Bertarini

Martha Huber

Paolo Iotti

STORY 3 GARDEN The

Student’s Book with Activities

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Rev

ision

WELCOME KIDS!

U n it 1 Complete. Listen and check.

1 The

black

cat is

2

under

the carpet.

2 The

cat is

the board.

3 The

cat is

the desk.

4 The

cat is

the chair.

5 The

cat is

the window.

6 The

cat is

the cupboard.

7 The

cat is

the door.

8 The

cat is

the clock.

9 The

cat is

the lamp.

10 The

cat is

the bin.

2

Welcome kids! Oh, but… where are my cats?


Revision U n it

2 Match. Tom is surprised.

Alison is angry.

1

4

Peter is happy. Kim is sad. 2

5

Sue is scared. Ian is disgusted.

6

3

3 Listen and check.

3

4 Match and complete. hungry

I’m

1

.

I’m

2

thirsty

.

hot

I’m

3

cold

.

I’m

.

4

3


WELCOME KIDS!

5 Complete.

feet

eyes

hands

noses

hair

arms

tummy

ears

, three

I’ve got two

,

three mouths, four arms, , four blue

four purple , a blue

six

.

and yellow

are purple

My

and my legs are green.

feet hair

eyes arms

legs

noses

tummy

, two

I’ve got two pink two ears, four

,

five hands, six

,

a yellow My and my

4

mouths

and green are long are short.

,

.

,


Revision U n it

6 Who says...? Think and write.

hen

duckling

swan

frog

horse

pig

bird

duck

cow

sheep

I can fly!

I can jump!

I can run!

I’ve got four legs!

I can swim!

I’ve got two legs!

5


WELCOME KIDS!

7 Listen and draw. Complete. 1

4

I like

, and

. or

I don’t like .

2

I like

, and

. or

I don’t like .

6


Revision U n it

8 Count and write. Complete.

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

1 twenty - seven =

It’s a

.

2 twelve + three =

It’s an

.

3 eleven + five =

It’s a

.

4 eighteen - six =

It’s a

.

5 thirteen - two =

It’s a

.

6 nineteen - one =

It’s a

.

7 fourteen + three =

It’s a

.

8 seventeen - three =

It’s a

.

9 ten + ten =

It’s

.

10 fifteen + four =

.

It’s an

7


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1

THE LOST WORLD 3 grandmother

1 father 2 mother

8 grandfather 6 brother 7 sister

8

10 ME


1 Listen and point. Say. 2 Listen and sing.

5

1

U n it

6-7

Clap with me, sing with me, we are one big family! Clap with me, sing with me, we are one big family!

4 cousin

She is my mother, he is my father. She’s my grandmother, he’s my grandfather. 5 uncle

She is my aunt, he is my uncle. She is my cousin and this is me!

3 Listen and play. 9 aunt

I love my mother.

8

I love my mother and my father.

I love my mother, my father and my sister.

9


THE LOST WORLD

4 Complete. Listen and check.

9

She is my grandmother. Her name is Sally.

This is me! My name is Rudy.

He is my grandfather. His name is Gordon.

is my brother. name is Lou.

is my mother.

is my father.

name is Jude.

name is Tex. is my sister. name is Melanie.

10

is my uncle.

is my aunt.

name is Dan.

name is Lilly.

is my cousin. name is Olivia.


5 Listen and say.

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10

1

LIVING GRAMMAR He is your brother. He isn’t your brother. Is he your brother?

She is your sister. She isn’t your sister. Is she your sister?

6 Tick. Listen and check. Is he your father?

Yes, he is. No, he isn’t. Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.

11

Is he your father?

Is she your mother?

Is she your mother?

Yes, he is.

Yes, he is.

Yes, she is.

Yes, she is.

No, he isn’t.

No, he isn’t.

No, she isn’t.

No, she isn’t.

7 Listen and play The Guessing Game. Is she your sister?

Is she your cousin?

12

No, she isn’t.

Yes, she is.

11


THE LOST WORLD

8 Listen, point and say.

13

ten

twenty

thirty

forty

fifty

sixty

seventy

eighty

ninety

a hundred

9 Read and complete. Listen and check.

twenty-

one

21

two

22

14

31 32

three 23

33

four 24

34 35

five

25

six

26

36

seven 27

37

thirty-

eight 28 nine

29

10 Listen and circle.

15

12

38 39

12

34

56

49

67

81

23

96

20

43

65

94

76

18

32

69


11 Complete the sequences. Listen and check.

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1 ten

thirty

2 eighty

seventy

3 twenty forty

12 Listen and tick. Rudy, how old are you?

1

17

How old is your brother?

How old is your sister?

I’m thirty.

He’s eighty.

She’s fourteen.

I’m ten.

He’s eighteen.

She’s four.

I’m twenty.

He’s eight.

She’s forty.

13 Complete. Rudy is

.

His brother is

.

His sister is

.

I’m

13


THE LOST WORLD

14 Listen to the story.

We are all different. 18

Rudy, you can’t play with us.

Oh, grandfather, help me! Rudy, don’t be sad!

Look! Sorry!

G R R RRRRRRR

1

HEEELP!

3

Oh no! My friends!

Heeeeeeeeeelp!

4

BOING!

5

14

2

Look, it’s Rudy!

6

BOING!


Twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, a hundred!

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GRUMPH!

Thank you! You’re a real friend.

1

Thanks, Rudy!

7

8

The day after…

Happy birthday, Rudy! You’re ten today!

Where are your friends? I don’t know. Here we are!

9

10

It’s a present for you! Open it!

One hundred balls! Thank you, friends!

What is it?

11

Let’s go and play!

12

15 Act out the story. 15


THE LOST WORLD

16 Match. Listen and check.

19

1

The young dinosaurs are angry with Rudy. Rudy is sad.

2

The young dinosaurs are scared. The dinosaurs have a birthday party. The young dinosaurs have a present for Rudy. The present is a hundred balls.

3

Rudy is happy. Rudy can play football with his friends.

4

6 7

5

17 Listen and sing.

20

Big ones, small ones,

I like to run,

Real friends are there,

nice ones, bad ones.

I like to play.

for me and you.

Dinosaurs are everywhere! It’s a dinosaur day! Father and mother, sister and brother. It’s my dinosaur family!

(Repeat chorus)

16

8

(Repeat chorus)

They run and play and help each other, too! (Repeat chorus)


18 Listen and play A Super Dino-Family Game. Hi, what’s your name?

Is Gus your brother?

19 Listen and say.

mother

father

My name’s Baxter.

No, he isn’t.

Super! I know a super dino-family!

THE SO brother

21

Is Gus your father?

Yes, he is!

22

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grandmother

20 Listen and circle the pictures with the sound TH.

23

17


SCIENCE Dinosaur facts 1 Listen and complete. teeth

herbivorous

I like learning new things.

24

three

weigh

million

enemy

FACT FILE

Name TRICERATOPS

Its name means face with

Period

Cretaceous. Around 65 It is

horns.

years ago.

Features

and it is a quadruped dinosaur.

This means it walks on four legs.

Body

It is about 9 metres long and 3 metres tall. It can

6 tons.

Its skull can be 2 metres long. It has got about 400 800

Its

18

SK

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A

T

.

Enemies

is the Tyrannosaurus-Rex.

Choose two dinosaurs. Make fact files and tell your friend.


A home-made fossil 2 Match. Listen and check.

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1

YOU NEED

25

Spread the plaster over the shells. Fill a container with soil and press two shells on it. Your fossil is ready! When the plaster is hard, clean it. Mix water and plaster.

1 2

3 4 I love fossils!

5

19


Dinosaurs in Great Britain 1 Read and put the time periods in order. Listen and check.

26

In Great Britain you can see lots of dinosaur fossils. The Jurassic Coast is in the south of Great Britain and it is a place where you can find amazing fossils. It covers three geological time periods: the Jurassic period, 200-145 million years ago the Triassic period, 250-200 million years ago the Cretaceous period, 145-65 million years ago Durdle Door, a natural arch on the Jurassic Coast

20


N

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

U n it

1

2 Listen and read. Write the names of the dinosaurs.

27

In London at the Natural History Museum you can see the skeleton of Dippy, a Diplodocus . There is also a Stegosaurus skeleton, three metres tall and six metres long! In the Dinosaurs Gallery, you can meet a skeleton of a T-Rex, a feathered Deinonychus , and you can see incredible fossils and models.

1

2 3 Is there a museum in your town? Are there fossils in the museum?

21


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2

THE LITTLE MERMAID

bedroom

1 wardrobe 2 bookshelf 3 bed

living room 4 picture

kitchen

7 fridge

8 cooker

5 sofa 9 table

6 armchair

22


1 Listen and point. Say. 2 Listen and sing.

28

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2

29-30

In the bedroom what can you see? A wardrobe, a bookshelf and a bed for me! In the kitchen what can you see? A fridge, a cooker and a table for me!

bathroom

In the living room what can you see? A picture, an armchair and a sofa for me! In the bathroom

10 shower

what can you see? A bath, a shower and a mirror for me! Hey, look… That’s me!

11 mirror

12 bath

3 Listen and play.

31

Where’s the sofa? It’s in the living room.

23


THE LITTLE MERMAID

4 Listen and say.

32

LIVING GRAMMAR There is a fridge. There isn’t a fridge. Is there a fridge?

Yes, there is. No, there isn’t.

Yes, there are. There are two beds. There aren’t two beds. Are there two beds? No, there aren’t.

5 Tick. Listen and check.

Is there a fridge in the kitchen?

33

Is there a picture in the living room?

Are there two beds in the bedroom?

Are there two mirrors in the bathroom?

Yes, there is.

Yes, there is.

Yes, there are.

Yes, there are.

No, there isn’t.

No, there isn’t.

No, there aren’t.

No, there aren’t.

6 Complete. 1 In the kitchen there is a

.

2 In the living room there isn’t a

.

3 In the bedroom there are

.

4 In the bathroom there aren’t

.

24


7 Listen and play The Guessing Game. Is there a blue armchair? Are there two pictures? It’s the bedroom.

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2

Yes, there is. Yes, there are. Right!

25


THE LITTLE MERMAID

8 Read and circle the wrong words. In my bedroom there is a small wardrobe, there are two beds, there is one mirror, there are two armchairs and there are two pink lamps.

In my bedroom there are two beds, there is a big wardrobe, there are two mirrors and one picture, there is one sofa, and there is one blue lamp.

9 Answer. 1 Is there a yellow wardrobe in his room? 2 Is there a blue wardrobe in her bedroom? 3 Are there three beds in his bedroom? 4 Are there two lamps in her bedroom? 5 Is there one mirror in her bedroom? 6 Are there three armchairs in his bedroom?

26


10 Listen and number.

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35

have lunch

cook

read a book

use a tablet

sleep

watch TV

play football

have a bath

2

11 Think and complete with can / can’t. 1 I

read a book in the kitchen.

2 I

have lunch in the bathroom.

3 I

use a tablet in the living room.

4 I

sleep in the bedroom.

5 I

cook in the bedroom.

6 I

have a bath in the bathroom.

7 I

watch TV in the living room.

8 I

play football in the kitchen.

27


THE LITTLE MERMAID

12 Listen to the story. Dad, I’m sad. I need a friend.

36

OK, Pearl, call Melody.

1

28

Pearl, your bedroom is beautiful!

Yes, I can. Wait for me.

3

5

Melody? Yes, that’s a good idea!

2

Hello, Melody. Can you come and play with me?

Oh, look. There is a pink bed.

Sharing is nice!

Thank you, Melody.

4

What a nice armchair!

Don’t touch it! It’s my bed!

6

Don’t touch it! It’s my armchair!


Wow, what a big bookshelf! Can I read a book?

Don’t touch it! It’s...

I know... It’s your mirror!

Don’t touch them! They’re my books!

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2

8

7

Come back, Melody! Come back!

Bye-bye, Pearl. I want to go home.

9

Mum, I’m sad. Can I call a friend?

10

No, you can’t. Sorry.

11

Because friends share things and play together.

Why? Next time, be kind to your friends!

12

13 Act out the story. 29


THE LITTLE MERMAID

14 True or false?

T

F

1 Pearl is sad. 2 Melody invites Pearl to play. 3 Melody doesn’t like the bedroom. 4 There is a pink bed. 5 There isn’t an armchair. 6 There isn’t a bookshelf. 7 There is a mirror. 8 Melody is angry.

15 Find and complete. 1 Pearl is happy in picture number

.

2 Pearl is surprised in pictures number 3 Pearl is sad in pictures number

and and

.

,

and

4 Pearl is angry in pictures number

16 Listen and sing.

30

.

37

My name is Pearl,

This is my bedroom.

I live in the sea.

Please, come in.

I’m a little mermaid,

Let’s play together

come and see.

under the sea.

I like my house

My name is Pearl

under the sea.

and she’s Melody.

It’s nice and big,

We play together

come and see.

under the sea.

.


17 Listen and play My Messy Bedroom Game. Are there two rabbits in your bedroom?

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Is there one rabbit in your bedroom?

No, there aren’t.

Yes, there is.

six

sofa

Yes, there is.

So in your bedroom there is a rabbit, a skateboard, a cat and a picture.

Is there a skateboard in your bedroom?

18 Listen and say.

2

39

sad

Right!

THE SO

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scooter

19 Listen and circle the pictures with the sound S.

40

31


ART

Colours 1 Listen and complete.

41

The primary colours are: , and The secondary colours are: , and

. .

Each colour has got a complementary colour. On the colour wheel the complementary colours are opposite each other. So the colour pairs are: red and I’m a real and artist. and In each pair there is a warm colour and a cold colour. , and The warm colours are , and The cold colours are

Here it is! Now it’s your turn!

2 Make a colour wheel.

1

32

2

. .


U n it

3 Look at the colours in the picture and write warm or cold.

2

© Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

4 Colour the picture. Change the warm and cold colours. I love art. And you?

SK

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Make a collage with pictures from magazines. Use only warm or cold colours. Describe your collage to your friends.

33


A typical British house 1 Listen and match.

1

42

Hi, my name’s Richard. I’m English and I’m from Liverpool. I live in a block of flats, but in Great Britain you can find many kinds of houses: semi-detached houses, detached houses, cottages with thatched roofs, terraced houses. Houses have usually got a coloured front door with a knocker and bow windows.

2

3

thatched roof

4

5 bow window

knocker

34


2 Listen and complete.

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2

s

air t s p

u

two

irs

a nst

dow

typical flowers

bathroom

living room

kitchen vegetables

bedrooms house

A terraced house has got , Downstairs there is a and a toilet. a and a Upstairs there are

floors.

.

British people love gardening. A British house has got two gardens. and plants. In the front garden they grow , In the back garden behind the and have barbecues. families grow

35


LIFE SKILLS 1 Match. Listen and check.

44

do the shopping 1

2

water the flowers tidy my bedroom

3

4

take out the rubbish set the table

5

6

2 What do you do at home to help your family? Write.

3 How do you feel when you help your family? Complete. I feel

36

clear the table


4 Read. Draw and write.

People can live in small houses or in big houses, in flats or in cottages. Some people live in caravans, in houses made

Two things I can find in every home are:

of wood or ice or in tents.

Two special things in my home are:

My favourite things in my home are:

L

TASK

REA

Draw your secret place.

37


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3

THE FOX AND THE STORK

1 soup

2 tomatoes

5 rice

3 bread

4 water

7 strawberries 8 chocolate

38

9 cherries


1 Listen and point. Say. 2 Listen and sing.

45

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3

46-47

It’s lunchtime! One-two-three. The food is ready, eat with me! Do you like tomatoes? Do you like cherries? Yes, I do.

No, I don’t.

Do you like tomatoes? Do you like cherries?

6 sausages

Yes, I do.

No, I don’t.

It’s lunchtime!

It’s lunchtime!

One-two-three.

One-two-three.

The food is ready,

The food is ready,

eat with me!

eat with me!

3 Listen and play. I like strawberries.

48

I like strawberries and cherries.

10 milkshake

39


THE FOX AND THE STORK

4 Listen and say.

49

LIVING GRAMMAR I like rice. I don’t like rice. Do you like rice?

Yes, I do. No, I don’t. Yes, he does. No, he doesn’t.

He likes bread. He doesn’t like bread. Does he like bread?

5 Guess and tick. Listen and check. Omar, do you like rice?

50

Does Evita like milkshake?

Does Josh like cherries?

Yes, I do.

Yes, she does.

Yes, he does.

No, I don’t.

No, she doesn’t.

No, he doesn’t.

6 Complete. Omar likes

.

I like

Evita likes

.

I don’t like

Josh doesn’t like

.

40

.

.


7 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

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A girl.

Is it a boy or a girl?

No, she doesn’t.

Does she like sausages?

Yes, she does.

Does she like soup?

Yes!

She is Martha.

Ben

Lin

Thomas

Marie

Martha

Chen

Jane

Ted

Juan

Nicholas

Rick

3

Lisa

41


THE FOX AND THE STORK

8 Listen and tick or cross.

52

9 Write. She likes rice.

42

He doesn’t like cherries.


10 Write. Listen and check.

3

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Today for breakfast Alison has

, and .

,

Today for lunch Lily has and .

Today for dinner Brandon has

, and .

11 Answer. 1 Does Alison have biscuits for breakfast? 2 Does Lily have cheese for lunch? 3 Does Brandon have carrots for dinner? 4 Do you have milk for breakfast?

43


THE FOX AND THE STORK

12 Listen to the story. Who is it?

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Good morning, Mr Fox. It’s me!

It’s important to be kind.

Good morning, Mrs Stork. Come in, please.

Thank you!

! G N I I R

1

Tea?

Oh dear! I can’t drink it.

Yes, please.

3

4

Does your brother Bob like milkshake?

No, she doesn’t!

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Oh, yes! I like milkshake.

5

Does your sister Mary like milkshake?

6

Well, Mr Fox… do you like milkshake?

2

No, he doesn’t!

7


And you? Do you like milkshake?

It’s my bus. See you tomorrow!

Oh, yes, I do! I love it!

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3

BEEP! BEEP!

Bye-bye!

8

9

The day after… Hello, Mr Fox. Please, come in.

Please, sit down. Hello, Mrs Stork!

10

11

Strawberry milkshake?

12

Oh dear! I can’t drink it.

Yes, please.

13

13 Act out the story. 45


THE FOX AND THE STORK

14 True or false?

T

F

1 Mr Fox likes tea. 2 Mrs Stork likes tea. 3 Mr Fox doesn’t like milkshake. 4 Mary likes milkshake. 5 Bob doesn’t like milkshake. 6 Mrs Stork doesn’t like milkshake. 7 Mr Fox likes milkshake. 8 Mrs Stork and Mr Fox are kind.

15 Complete. Use please / thank you. Water,

.

16 Listen and sing.

46

No,

.

55

The fox and the stork

The fox and the stork

are very good friends,

are very good friends,

they have tea together.

they have milkshake together.

But Mrs Stork can’t drink her tea

But the glass is too tall for Mr Fox

because her beak is too long!

and he can’t drink at all!

No tea for Mrs Stork…

No milkshake for Mr Fox…

Poor, Mrs Stork!

Poor, Mr Fox!

Yes,

.


17 Listen and play The Mr Green Is My Guest Game. Does Mr Green like chocolate?

Does Mr Green like bread?

No, he doesn’t.

18 Listen and say.

three

mouth

57

bath

56

Does Mr Green like rice?

I don’t know.

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Yes, he does.

Good! Mr Green is my guest!

THE SO

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think

19 Listen and circle the pictures with the sound TH.

58

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HEALTH AND NUTRITION Healthy snacks 1 Listen and read.

I like healthy food.

59

We usually eat three meals a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. A snack gives you energy between meals. You can have snacks in the morning or in the afternoon. It is not a good idea to eat snacks at night.

2 Listen and say.

60

rice cakes

popcorn

crackers

yoghurt

vegetables

fruit

muffins

biscuits

muesli bars

sweets

crisps

fruit juice

fizzy drinks

milkshakes

smoothies

3 Which are the healthy snacks? Tick and discuss with your friend. 48


My snack diary

u it r f s i ac k n s e t i ou r v a f ! y s e M l p p a

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Keep a snack diary for one week. Record all the things you eat and drink. Then compare your snack diary with your friends.

1

2 Here’s my snack diary!

3

4

5

49


1 Listen and read.

61

Every day in Great Britain people drink 165 million cups of tea. Traditional English tea is very dark and it is served with milk.

2 Match. Listen and check.

62

2

1

4

50

3

5

Put one teaspoon of tea per person, plus one, in the teapot.

Serve.

Pour the boiling water into the teapot.

Boil water in the kettle.

Leave for 5 minutes.


3 Listen and complete. sandwiches

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short

A tea break is a break. People drink tea and eat .

two

small

3

biscuits

Afternoon tea is a British tradition. People usually have afternoon tea at 4 o’clock. It is a meal. People drink tea and eat scones with cream and jam, and cakes.

Tea for two means a teapot with cups.

Co o k in t of s not my cup gi

ea !

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ROBIN HOOD

1 do judo

2 ride a bike

3 ride a horse

5 play the guitar

7 play video games

6 play football

52


1 Listen and point. Say. 2 Listen and sing.

2

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4

3-4

Can you ride a horse? Yes, I can. What about you? What can you do?

4 play volleyball

Can you rollerblade?

Can you swim?

No, I can’t.

No, I can’t.

What about you?

What about you?

What can you do?

What can you do?

Can you ride a bike?

Can you play football?

Yes, I can.

Yes, I can.

What about you?

Let’s play together!

What can you do?

Friends are forever!

3 Listen and play. You can swim. 9 dance 8 rollerblade

You can dance.

5

No. Right!

10 swim

53


ROBIN HOOD

4 Listen and say.

6

LIVING GRAMMAR I can dance. I can’t dance. Can you dance?

He can swim. He can’t swim. Can he swim?

5 Tick. Listen and check. Alan, can you play the guitar?

Yes, I can. No, I can’t. Yes, he can. No, he can’t.

7

Can Friar Tuck ride a horse?

Can Marian dance?

Yes, I can.

Yes, he can.

Yes, she can.

No, I can’t.

No, he can’t.

No, she can’t.

6 Complete. .

Alan can Friar Tuck can’t Marian can

54

. .

I can

.

I can’t

.


7 Listen and play The Guessing Game. Dylan

Olivia

Is it a boy or a girl? Can he swim? Can he ride a bike? He’s Dylan.

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4

Grace

Christopher

A boy. Yes, he can. No, he can’t. Great!

55


ROBIN HOOD

8 Listen and tick or cross.

9

9 Complete. Use can / can’t. 1 He

play the guitar, but he

2 She

ride a horse, but she

3 He 4 She 5 He 6 She

56

ride a bike, but he

play video games. swim. ride a horse.

play volleyball, but she dance, but he rollerblade, but she

play football. swim. do judo.


10 Read and complete. Listen and check. very well

swim

ride a horse

well

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at all 1 Marian can’t

do judo

2 Robin can 3 The king can’t

Marian

Robin

well. at all. very well.

5 Marian can

well.

6 The king can

8 The king can 9 Robin can

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at all.

4 Marian can

7 Robin can’t

The king

4

very well. at all. well. very well.

Answer.

Who can swim very well? Who can ride a horse very well? Who can do judo very well? Who can swim well? Who can ride a horse well? Who can do judo well? Who can’t swim at all? Who can’t ride a horse at all? Who can’t do judo at all?

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ROBIN HOOD

Never give up!

12 Listen to the story.

11

I choose Ted. He can ride a unicycle very well.

1

You’re right. I choose Pam.

3

Come and try!

6

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OK, and I choose Jim.

I choose Marian.

Marian? She can’t ride a unicycle. Look!

2

Robin, I can’t ride a unicycle at all!

Marian, come with me.

4

Help, Robin, help!

7

5

Yes, Marian, you can!

Let’s try again.

Don’t worry, I’m here!

8


Robin, are you here?

Yes, Marian. Don’t worry!

Robin, are you here?

9

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Yes, Marian. Don’t worry!

10

A week later...

I choose Ted.

Marian? Yes! Marian, come here!

I choose Marian!

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Wow! She can ride a unicycle very well!

12

13

She’s a champion!

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Yes, and the secret is…

… never give up!

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ROBIN HOOD

14 Choose the right words. Listen and check.

12

1 Ted can’t / can ride a unicycle very well. 2 Marian can’t ride a unicycle very well / at all. 3 In picture number eight, Marian is angry / sad. 4 In picture number nine, Marian is surprised / scared. 5 At the end of the story Marian can / can’t ride a unicycle very well. 6 In picture number fifteen, Marian is happy / angry.

15 True or false?

T

F

1 Ted can’t ride a unicycle. 2 Marian can’t ride a unicycle at all. 3 Robin helps Marian. 4 Marian doesn’t try to ride a unicycle. 5 Friar Tuck chooses Ted. 6 Marian is a champion.

16 Listen and sing.

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13

Marian is a princess,

Marian is a princess,

she lives in the wood.

she lives in the wood.

She’s got a friend,

She’s got a friend,

his name is Robin Hood.

his name is Robin Hood.

She can ride a bike

He says, Marian try

and she can bounce a ball.

and try and try again.

But ride a unicycle…

Ride a unicycle…

she can’t do at all!

sure, you can learn!


17 Listen and play The Robin and Marian Game. Yes, she can.

Can Marian play video games?

Can she play football?

18 Listen and say.

judo

jam

No, she can’t.

yoga

14

Can she ride a horse?

No, she can’t.

Is it right?

THE SO

15

U n it

UND

4

Yes, it is. Well done!

GA M

E

yoghurt

19 Listen and circle the pictures with the sound J.

16

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PE 1 Match. Listen and check.

Sw i 17

m m i n g i s fu n !

In competitive swimming the four swimming styles are: freestyle 1

breaststroke

butterfly

2

3

backstroke 4

2 Think and choose. Freestyle is

easy. difficult. very difficult.

Breaststroke is

easy. difficult. very difficult.

Butterfly is

easy. difficult. very difficult.

Backstroke is

easy. difficult. very difficult.

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I

can do it very well. can do it well. can’t do it at all.

I

can do it very well. can do it well. can’t do it at all.

I

can do it very well. can do it well. can’t do it at all.

I

can do it very well. can do it well. can’t do it at all.


Swimming pool rules 3 Match. Listen and check.

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18

1

2 Shower before entering the pool

3

Wear a swimming cap

No pushing

4

Use the toilets

5 No food and drinks

No diving

6

No running I always respect rules.

No pets

7

8

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Hyde Park 1 Listen and complete.

19

swim

lake

parks

rollerblade

ride a horse green

Hi, I’m Rachel. I live in London, the capital city of England. . London is a very big city, but it’s also very . There are many Hyde Park is in the centre of London and it’s huge! It isn’t Sherwood Forest, but there are many types of trees : The Serpentine. and flowers, large fields and a I love it! Here you can do lots of sports. I love sports! in the lake, or you You can can row or pedal a boat.

In winter you can ice skate. It’s cold, but it’s fun! You can and also have lessons.

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and ride You can skateboard, a bike. I can’t rollerblade, but I can ride my bike very well!


2 Listen and choose.

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4

In Hyde Park there are lots of events. Look at this new / old car race…

and this old bicycle / scooter competition.

Sometimes you can see the Royal Guards. They are riding horses / donkeys.

In Hyde Park there are also lots of fantastic animals / birds: pelicans, squirrels, swans... but you can / can’t feed them!

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LIFE SKILLS 1 What can you do very well? Draw and write.

n a c I ! t i do

2 Write three goals. One for you, one for home, one for school.

My special goal: My goal for home: My goal for school:

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3 Listen and read.

Choose your motto and learn it by heart! Use it when you need it!

Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best.

Never say ‘I can’t’. Always try!

PRACT ICE MAKES PERF ECT !

If you believe, you can achieve!

L

TASK

Think of something you want to learn to do well. Make a poster to encourage you to improve. Put it on a wall in your bedroom. Look at it every day and practise, because

Mistakes are the proof that you are trying!

REA

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THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

1 T-shirt

2 dress

4 shirt

3 shorts

7 trainers

6 shoes

8 jumper

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9 skirt


1 Listen and point. Say. 2 Listen and sing.

22

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5

23-24

Hey, hey, hey! What are you wearing? Hey, hey, hey! What are you wearing? Hey, hey, hey! What are you wearing today? I’m wearing trainers, I’m wearing trousers, I’m wearing a shirt 5 jacket

and a jacket, too. (Repeat chorus) I’m wearing shoes, I’m wearing a skirt, I’m wearing a dress and a jumper, too. (Repeat chorus)

3 Listen and play. I need a shirt.

I need a shirt and a jumper.

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I need a shirt, a jumper and shoes.

10 trousers

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THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

4 Listen and say.

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LIVING GRAMMAR Yes, I am. I’m wearing jeans. I’m not wearing jeans. Are you wearing jeans? No, I’m not. Yes, he is. He’s wearing jeans. He isn’t wearing jeans. Is he wearing jeans? No, he isn’t.

5 Tick. Listen and check. Lara, are you wearing a red skirt?

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Is Matt wearing a jumper?

Yes, I am.

Yes, he is.

Yes, she is.

No, I’m not.

No, he isn’t.

No, she isn’t.

6 Complete. Lara

jeans.

Matt

trainers.

Lisa

a shirt.

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Is Lisa wearing a T-shirt?

I’m wearing


7 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

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Sophia

Amelia

Kai

Jack

Madison

Gabriel

Bennet

Aiyana

5

Is it a boy or a girl? Is she wearing a skirt? Is she wearing trainers? She’s Amelia.

A girl. No, she isn’t. Yes, she is. Right!

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THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

8 Read, match and write the names. Noah is wearing blue trousers, red trainers, a white shirt and a blue jumper.

Anastasia is wearing a purple skirt, an orange T-shirt, blue trainers and a white jacket.

Scarlett isn’t wearing a skirt. She’s wearing purple shorts and a white T-shirt. She’s wearing pink trainers.

Mike is wearing a yellow T-shirt and a red jacket. He isn’t wearing shoes. He’s wearing orange trainers.

1

2

3

9 Find the differences. Check with a friend. She but he She but he She but he

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4


10 Listen and number.

big

new

small

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clean

long

dirty

short

5

old

11 Read, find and tick. He’s wearing a small, clean shirt. 1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

She’s wearing small, new trainers.

He’s wearing long, old trousers.

She’s wearing a short, dirty dress.

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THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

12 Listen to the story. A jacket, please!

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Trust yourself!

I like it, but I want a red jacket.

Here you are.

But Emperor, you’re wearing a red jacket.

2

1

It’s a special jacket.

Ah… Really? OK! And I need a shirt. A white shirt.

Only intelligent people can see the real colour of this jacket.

3

Here is a beautiful white shirt.

LATER

White? Oh yes, yes... it’s white!

4

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5

Emperor, lunch is ready.

Thank you, James.

James, do you like my red jacket? You aren’t wearing a red jacket.

6


Only intelligent people can see the real colour of this jacket.

James... fish and chips, please.

Oh yes, Emperor. Your red jacket is beautiful.

7

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5

Immediately, Emperor.

8

James, I don’t like chicken!

Mmm... thank you, James. My Emperor, it’s special fish. Only intelligent people can see it.

10

9

What??!!

Are you eating chicken? But you don’t like chicken!

12

11

COME BACK!

13

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THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

14 True or false?

T

1 The emperor puts on a jacket. 2 The jacket is blue. 3 The emperor needs a shirt. 4 The shirt is white. 5 Lunch is ready. 6 The emperor doesn’t like chicken. 7 The emperor is intelligent. 8 The emperor is angry at the end.

15 Answer. 1 Is the emperor wearing a red jacket? 2 Is he wearing a white shirt? 3 Is he wearing green trousers? 4 Is he wearing red shoes? 5 Is he eating fish and chips?

16 Listen and sing.

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31

The emperor

The emperor

has got new clothes.

is hungry now.

A red jacket

He asks for fish

and what more?

and chips, too.

A white shirt

The food is ready

but it’s not true.

but it’s not true.

The shirt is green and

No fish today but

the jacket is blue!

chicken for you!

F


17 Listen and play The Dictation Game.

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He’s wearing a purple shirt.

Right! Very good!

18 Listen and say.

clean

run

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5

He’s wearing yellow shoes.

Great!

33

sing

THE SO

UND

GA M

E

long

19 Listen and circle the pictures with the sound -NG.

34

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ROAD SAFETY Be bright, be seen! 1 Who is wearing safe clothes? 2 Write the names of safe, bright colours.

Ludovica

Olympia

Wear the right protection! 3 Listen and complete.

35

knees

hands

feet

elbows

head

When you skateboard or rollerblade, remember to wear the right protection:

a helmet for your

gloves for your

pads for your and for your

trainers for your

How to correctly fit a helmet:

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1

finger

4 fingers

2 fingers


The Green Cross Code 4 Listen and read.

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I cross the road carefully.

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5

THE GREEN CROSS CODE

1 THINK and find a safe place to cross. 2 STOP at the kerb. 3 LOOK all around for traffic. 4 LISTEN for traffic. 5 If traffic is coming, WAIT. 6 When it is safe, CROSS the road. Do not run.

8 Keep looking and listening. A

T AL RE

SK

co rr

th e

cr

ut ab o

M

ec

r oste p y n fet a d i s a ro ad y. e a ro h t w a t g e n si ak s o

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UN I F ORMS

1 Match. Listen and check.

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Many people wear uniforms: doctors , chefs , police officers , pilots .

She’s a

.

He’s a

2 Listen and answer.

.

She’s a

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Sportspeople also wear uniforms. Sports teams have uniforms with different colours. When you wear a uniform, you are part of the team.

Do you play in a sports team or club? Have you got a uniform? What colour is it?

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.

He’s a

.


3 Listen and complete.

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trousers

shoes

jumper

uniforms

shirt

T-shirt

5

In Great Britain and in many countries around the world schoolboys and schoolgirls wear

.

Boys usually wear a or a shirt, a jumper, a jacket, and shoes. Girls usually wear a T-shirt or a

,a

or a cardigan, a skirt and

.

Children sometimes wear a tie and a cap with the school logo.

Do you wear a school uniform?

SK

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A

T

Work in groups of 4 or 5. Design a uniform and a logo for your school.

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

3 giraffe 2 eagle 1 monkey

6 panther

8 bear 7 tiger 10 crocodile

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1 Listen and point. Say. 2 Listen and sing. 4 snake

40

U n it

6

41-42

In the jungle there are animals all around… I can see a tiger, I can see a snake, I can see a hippo swimming in the lake. I can see an eagle,

5 elephant

I can see a bear, I can see an elephant walking over there. In the jungle there are animals all around…

3 Listen and play. I can see a giraffe.

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I can see a giraffe and a snake.

9 hippo

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

4 Listen and say.

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LIVING GRAMMAR Yes, I have. I’ve got big legs. I haven’t got big legs. Have you got big legs? No, I haven’t. Yes, it has. No, it hasn’t.

It’s got four legs. It hasn’t got four legs. Has it got four legs?

5 Tick. Listen and check. Have you got a long neck?

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Has it got two legs?

Yes, I have.

Yes, it has.

Yes, it has.

No, I haven’t.

No, it hasn’t.

No, it hasn’t.

6 Complete. 1 A giraffe 2 An elephant 3 A hippo

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Has it got small ears?

a long neck. two legs. small ears.

I’ve got


7 Listen and play The Guessing Game. Has it got big ears? Has it got long arms? It’s a monkey.

46

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6

No, it hasn’t. Yes, it has. Yes, it is!

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

8 Listen and number. Say.

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tail

teeth

9 True or false?

wings

beak

T

F

1 It’s got two legs. 2 It’s got teeth. 3 It hasn’t got a beak. 4 It’s got small eyes. 5 It’s got wings. 6 It can fly. 7 It likes meat. 8 It’s brown and white.

T 1 It hasn’t got legs.

It’s got teeth. 3 It hasn’t got a tail. 4 It’s got big eyes. 5 It’s got wings. 6 It can swim. 7 It likes fruit. 8 It’s green. 2

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F


10 Draw an animal and write a riddle for your friends.

U n it

6

It’s got . It hasn’t got . It can

.

It can’t

.

It likes

.

It doesn’t like

.

What is it?

.

11 Draw an imaginary animal and describe it.

It’s

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

12 Listen to the story.

1

I’m in town. I’m in the park.

You can be wrong!

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Hello, Baloo. It’s me, Mowgli.

Mowgli! Where are you? I know. There are strange animals!

In town? Come back immediately! It’s dangerous!

2

3

Strange animals?

4

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Yes, there’s a crocodile. A big crocodile. It’s got four legs, but it’s running on two legs.

5


I’m coming, Mowgli!

U n it

There’s also a small tiger. But it’s very strong!

6

Help, Baloo! The tiger is coming!

I’m coming, Mowgli!

Help, HELP!

6

7

WOOF F WOO 8

Oh, Baloo, ahh ha ha! Look, it’s a lovely dog!

9

10

Oh, Mowgli!

11

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

14 Choose the right words and match. Listen and check.

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Mowgli is / isn’t in town.

The crocodile is running on two / four legs.

Mowgli is surprised / scared.

The tiger is small / big.

There is / isn’t a strange elephant.

The tiger is / isn’t strong.

1

2

3

4

5

6

15 Listen and sing.

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Walking in the park,

Walking in the park,

Walking in the park,

walking in the park,

walking in the park,

walking in the park,

Mowgli is not afraid.

Mowgli is not afraid.

Mowgli is not afraid.

1 step, 2 steps, 3 steps: 1 step, 2 steps, 3 steps: 1 step, 2 steps and 3

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STOP!

WAIT!

There’s a tiger,

There’s an elephant,

There’s a crocodile,

there’s a tiger

there’s an elephant

there’s a crocodile

running towards me.

dancing along.

singing and playing.


16 Listen and play The Memory Game. Wrong!

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Good. Snake and snake.

It’s my turn.

Eagle, eagle. Two for me!

You’ve got 10 cards. You’re the winner! Great!

17 Listen and say.

snake

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6

rain

THE SO

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red

UND

GA M

E

ten

18 Listen and circle the pictures with the sound E.

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SCIENCE A soil test 1 Do the test. TAKE A HANDFUL OF SOIL

1 Does it feel gritty? loam

clay soil

sandy soil

sandy loam

2 Complete.

Can soil speak? Yes, it can! If you don’t believe me, do this simple test and check!

• Yes – Go to step 2. • No – Go to step 4. 2 Can you roll it into a sausage shape? • Yes – It’s sandy loam. • No – Go to step 3. 3 Does your skin get a little dirty? • Yes – It’s loam. • No – It’s sandy soil. 4 Can you make a horseshoe shape? • Yes – Go to step 5. • No – It’s loam. 5 When you wet it, does it feel a bit sticky? • Yes – It’s clay soil. • No – It’s loam.

HYPOTHESIS

RESULT

PROBLEM What kind of soil is it?

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TEST


A soil pollution experiment 3 Listen and do the experiment.

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Put two plants in two pots.

Give plant number 1 water.

Mix water and detergent.

Pour the mixture in plant number 2.

Do the same procedure for 7 days.

Record the results.

4 Complete.

6

HYPOTHESIS

RESULT

PROBLEM Does detergent kill plants?

TEST

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1 Listen and complete. dangerous horn

car

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animals

England

Longleat Safari Park is in the south of . are free and Here all the . you can visit the park by But you can’t get out of your car. and if you need It’s very ! help, you must sound the Watch out for the big cats. There are lions and tigers. They can walk near your car.

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2 Listen and read.

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6

There are lots of attractions at Longleat: Penguin Island, Monkey Temple, Bat Cave, Jungle Kingdom and the wonderful Jungle Cruise. From the boat you can see gorillas, hippos and seals. You can also feed the animals. It’s fantastic!

3 Look at the map. Which are your favourite attractions? Write a list. Compare with your friends.

WALLABIES

BONGO PASS Pelican Cove SAFARI VIP HUT

SAFARI TOLLS

Safari Entrance

ADVENTURE CASTLE

AFRICAN TRADERS

CAR PARK

AFRICAN VILLAGE

THE WATERING HOLE CAFE

Gorilla COLONY PENGUIN ISLAND

’ Nature s Kingdom

Animal Adventure

Shop

Shop

Car Park & Coach Park

’ Lord Bath s Olde Sweet Shoppe

’ ’ BBQ n Ice Cream Huts

’ King Arthur s Mirror Maze

Deer Park Lions

Cheetahs

The

Orangery Cafe

TIMBERWOLVES Lunar Labyrinth

Safari Exit

Your Link to History ’ Lady Bath s Shop

Longleat House

Meet My Ancestors

Car Park

Ostrich, ed Scimitar Horn Oryx, Bactrian Camel

Elephant

Secret Garden

Gifts & Treasures Shop

MONKEY DRIVE THRU

Rhino

JUNGLE CRUISE

BAT CAVE

THE TROPICAL STORM CAFE

Ibis & Spoonbill

Hippo Mud Bath

MONKEY TEMPLE

JUNGLE KINGDOM

Wildebeest

Tapir

Pelican

Tigers

STINGRAY BAY

Jungle Express Pizza Shop GUEST Piazza Out of the Wild SERVICES

ROCKIN RHINO

GiraffeS

Family Bygones Exhibition

know’ Safari ‘need to s and motorbikes cars with vinyl sunroof • Soft top cars, in the Safari Park etc., are not permitted to book Bus service is available • A limited daily Safari to availability and a from Guest Services subject surcharge (3yrs)

Sun Maze

Cellar CafE

the Cellar Access to Longleat House, Victorian Café, Lady Bath’s Shop and air users Kitchen Shop for wheelch and to pushchair park.

n ’s Capability Brow Pleasure Walk

k Attractions Adventure Par

Park Facilities

Dog Kennels (Surcharge applies) Baby Changing Pushchair Park

Toilets Telephone Annual Pass Office

s

Guest Services/Lost Person

A

T

SK

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Longleat Hedge Maze Stingray Bay

No Entry

Restaurant/Café/Fast Food Refreshments/Ice cream

Disabled Parking Area Wheelchair Hire

(Subject to availability. Deposit

Adventure Castle Deadly Challenge

required)

Penguin Island Animal Adventure Postman Pat® Village

Monkey Temple Gorilla Colony

Jungle Kingdom Jungle Cruise Rockin’ Rhino Bat Cave King Arthur’s Mirror Maze

Shops Meet My Ancestors Family Bygones Exhibition Pleasure Walk Longleat House

Nature’s Kingdom Out of the Wild Jungle Express Shop Shoppe Lord Bath’s Olde Sweet Gifts & Treasures Your Link to History Lady Bath’s Shop

Food & Drinks Pizza Piazza Tropical Storm Café Costa Coffee Ice Cream ‘n’ Donut Huts The Orangery Café Cellar Café Longleat reserves the right

Accessibility Codes Accessible to pushchairs

dent wheelchair user Accessible to an indepen air user with assistance Accessible to a wheelch with mobility difficulties Accessible to someone m of 3 steps but able to walk up a maximu Fully accessible

to close to the public, withdraw

any attraction. alter times,

prices and events or services

without notice.

© Longleat Safari Park

Longleat Hedge Maze

Gorilla Island

Zebras Vultures

Flamingos

Safari Bus Stop

WALK WITH THE LEMURS

Work in groups. Create a map of a safari park.

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LIFE SKILLS 6 End-of-year party! 1 Think, decide with your friends and complete. When?

in the morning

Where?

in the school garden

Who?

number of children: number of parents and grandparents:

What?

in the afternoon

in the evening

at the swimming pool

invitations food and drinks

music

Title

games

Why?

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to say…

We all say bye-bye! See you next year!

at a restaurant


2 Use a dictionary and complete

your list of things to do in summer.

MY SUMMER HOLIDAYS 1

JUNE

1

JUly

1

2

2

2

4

4

4

3 5

6

3 5 6

AUgust

3 5 6

A note from your teacher just for YOU!

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LET’S PLAY THE HALLxWEEN GAME!

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20

19

18

11

12

13

10

9

8

1

2

3


1 Play The Halloween Game. Say the words.

Make a spinning-dice. Use a sweet 17

16

as a marker.

go down,

go up.

Play and enjoy the Halloween Game!

2 Look at the picture and answer. 1 How many eyes are there? 14

15

2 How many ears are there? 3 How many legs are there? 4 How many arms are there? 5 How many hands are there?

3 Listen and sing. 7

6

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Witches, ghosts and monsters walking down the street. Knock on every doorway: Trick or treat! When your door is open, this is what you meet. Scary creatures shouting:

4

5

Trick or treat!

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LET’S PLAY THE CHRISTM = S GAME!

20 19 12

13 14

11

15

10 7

8 9

1 2

!

100

3 4


1 Play The Christmas Game. Say the words. Use a dice.

Use a hazelnut

as a marker.

18 17

Play and enjoy the Christmas Game!

16

2 Look at the picture and answer. 1 How many presents are there? 2 How many stars are there? 3 How many people are there? 4 How many animals are there? 6

3 Listen and sing.

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Where is Santa? Where is Santa? 5

Here I am! Here I am! Merry, Merry Christmas! Merry, Merry Christmas! Let’s rejoice! Let’s rejoice!

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L E T ’ S P L AY T H E E AST E R GA M E ! 13

11

14 12

15

20 18 16

19

17

5

3 1

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2

4


1 Play The Easter Game. Say the words.

10

Make a spinning-dice.

Use a bean

9

as a marker.

Play and enjoy the Easter Game!

2 Look at the picture and answer. 8

1 Who can jump? 2 Who can swim? 3 Who can fly?

7

4 Who can run?

3 Listen and sing.

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Easter is here, there’s a lot to do. Easter is here, there’s a lot to do. Let’s decorate eggs,

Let’s find the eggs,

pink, green and blue. red, yellow and blue. 6

There’s one for me

The bunny’s got eggs

and one for you!

for me and you!

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1 Listen. Say and act.

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ABC

DEFG

Hello, friends! Come and see!

Climb with me up that tree.

HIJK

LMNOP

Now jump down and say hurray!

Now let’s drink a cup of tea.

QRSTU

VW X Y Z

Stand up and jump on one foot or two.

Touch your toes, touch your head!

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2 Listen and tick.

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cup

cap

crane

grain

pin

pen

desk

disk

bell

ball

hat

hut

clown

crown

woman

women

snake

snack

3 Listen and play The Spelling Game. S-H-I-R-T. No!

Skirt!

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Listen, S-H-I-R-T.

Ah, it’s shirt!

Right!

SK

AL RE

A

T

Work with three or four friends. Choose a topic and make an alphabet poster.

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LEARNING TO LEARN 6 Vocabulary 1 Listen and answer.

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Each person learns in a different way. Try, play and find your own personal way. Hi, my name’s Timothy. To learn and remember words I write a list.

KITCHEN fridge

cooker table

Hi, my name’s Teresa. To learn and remember words I draw maps.

Do you like maps?

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Hello, I’m Ronny. To learn and remember words I use a matching game.

TIGER

GIRAFFE Have you got a special game to learn words?

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This mean

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Hi, my name’s Ellen. To learn and remember words I use colours, but my friend prefers to underline words. Name TRICERAT OPS

Its name mea ns face with

horns.

Period

Cretaceous. Ar ound 65

Features

years ago.

It is and it is a qu adruped dinos aur. This means it walks on four legs.

Body

It is about 9 m etre s long an d 3 metre s ta ll. It can 6 tons. Its skull can be 2 metre s long. It has got ab out 400-800 . Its

Enem ies

is the Tyrann osauru

s-Rex.

Do you prefer colouring or underlining words?

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WORDLIST

1

THE LOST WORLD

a hundred cento aunt zia body corpo brother fratello cousin cugino dinosaur dinosauro eighty ottanta enemy nemico father padre features caratteristiche fifty cinquanta forty quaranta fossil fossile grandfather nonno grandmother nonna Happy birthday! Buon compleanno! He / She is... Lui / Lei è... He / She isn’t... Lui / Lei non è... herbivorous erbivoro home-made fatto in casa horn corno Is he / she...? È lui / lei...? million milione mother madre museum museo ninety novanta period periodo seventy settanta sister sorella sixty sessanta skeleton scheletro teeth denti ten dieci thirty trenta twenty venti uncle zio We are all different. Siamo tutti diversi. weigh pesare young giovane

2

THE LITTLE MERMAID

armchair poltrona artist artista back garden giardino dietro casa bath vasca da bagno

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bed letto block of flats condominio bookshelf libreria bow windows balconi chiusi call chiama cold colours colori freddi complementary colours colori complementari cook cucinare cooker piano cottura cottages cottage detached houses villette downstairs al piano di sotto floors piani fridge frigorifero friend amico front garden giardino davanti casa gardening giardinaggio grow crescono have a bath fare il bagno have lunch pranzare Is / Are there...? C’è / Ci sono...? kind gentile knocker battente mirror specchio pairs coppie picture quadro play football giocare a calcio primary colours colori primari read a book leggere un libro secondary colours colori secondari semi-detached houses case bifamiliari share condividono Sharing is nice! Condividere è bello! shower doccia sleep dormire sofa divano table tavolo terraced houses villette a schiera thatched roofs tetti di paglia There is / are... C’è / Ci sono... There isn’t / aren’t... Non c’è / ci sono... toilet bagno upstairs al piano di sopra use a tablet usare un tablet wardrobe armadio warm colours colori caldi watch TV guardare la TV wheel ruota


LIFE SKILLS 6 Home sweet home caravans caravan / roulotte clear the table sparecchiare la tavola do the shopping fare la spesa flats appartamenti ice ghiaccio set the table apparecchiare la tavola take out the rubbish portare fuori la spazzatura tents tende tidy my bedroom riordinare la mia camera water the flowers annaffiare i fiori wood legno

3

THE FOX AND THE STORK

afternoon tea tè del pomeriggio beak becco biscuits biscotti boil fai bollire boiling bollente bread pane breakfast colazione bus autobus cherries ciliegie chocolate cioccolato come in entra Cooking is not my cup of tea! Cucinare non è la mia specialità. crackers cracker cream panna crisps patatine cups tazze dark scuro dinner cena Do you like...? Ti piace...? Does he like…? A lui piace…? energy energia fizzy drinks bevande gassate fox volpe fruit frutta fruit juice succo di frutta glass bicchiere good morning buongiorno guest ospite He doesn’t like... A lui non piace... He likes... A lui piace... healthy snacks spuntini sani I don’t like... Non mi piace... I like healthy food. Mi piace il cibo sano.

I like... Mi piace... It’s important to be kind. È importante essere gentili. jam marmellata kettle bollitore leave lascia lunch pranzo meals pasti milkshake frappè muesli bars barrette muesli muffins muffin No, he doesn’t. No. No, I don’t. No. popcorn popcorn pour versa rice cakes gallette di riso rice riso sandwiches tramezzini sausages salsicce scones panini doci served servito sit down siediti smoothies frullati snack spuntino soup minestra stork cicogna strawberries fragole sweets caramelle tea break pausa tè teapot teiera teaspoon cucchiaino tomatoes pomodori vegetables verdure Yes, he does. Sì. Yes, I do. Sì. yoghurt yogurt

4

ROBIN HOOD

at all affatto, per niente backstroke dorso (stile) boat barca bounce a ball far rimbalzare la palla breaststroke rana (stile) butterfly farfalla (stile) Can he...? Sa / È capace di...? Can you...? Sai / Sei capace di...? capital city capitale car race gara automobilistica champion campionessa choose scelgo competition gara

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competitive swimming nuoto agonistico dance ballare do judo fare judo Don’t worry! Non ti preoccupare! feed dar da mangiare fields campi freestyle stile libero fun divertente He can’t… Non sa / Non è capace di… He can… Sa / È capace di… huge enorme I always respect rules! Rispetto sempre le regole! I can’t… Non so / Non sono capace di… I can… So / Sono capace di… ice skate pattinare sul ghiaccio lake lago Let’s try! Proviamo! Never give up! Mai arrendersi! No diving. Vietato tuffarsi. No food and drinks. Vietato introdurre cibi e bevande. No pets. Vietato introdurre animali. No pushing. Vietato spingere. No running. Vietato correre. No, he can’t. Non sa / Non è capace di… No, I can’t. No. parks parchi pelicans pellicani play football giocare a calcio play the guitar suonare la chitarra play video games giocare con i videogiochi play volleyball giocare a pallavolo princess principessa ride a bike andare in bici ride a horse andare a cavallo rollerblade pattinare row remare rules regole Shower before entering the pool. Fare la doccia prima di entrare in piscina. squirrels scoiattoli swim nuotare swimming nuoto swimming pool piscina unicycle monociclo Use the toilets. Usare i bagni. very well molto bene Wear a swimming cap. Indossare la cuffia. well bene wood bosco Yes, he can. Sì. Yes, I can. Sì.

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LIFE SKILLS 6 I can do it! achieve riuscire always sempre believe credi better meglio by heart a memoria goal obiettivo good bene mistakes sbagli never mai proof prova the best il migliore try prova

5

THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

Are you wearing...? Indossi...? big grande cap berretto chefs cuochi clean pulito dirty sporco doctors dottori dress vestito emperor imperatore gloves guanti He isn’t wearing... Non indossa... He’s wearing... Indossa... helmet casco I cross the road carefully. Attraverso la strada attentamente. I’m not wearing... Non indosso... I’m wearing... Indosso... immediately subito Is he wearing…? Indossa…? jacket giacca jumper maglione kerb marciapiede long lungo need ho bisogno new nuovo No, he isn’t. No. No, I’m not. No. old vecchio pads imbottiture pilots piloti police officers poliziotti safe sicuro schoolboys alunni schoolgirls alunne


shirt camicia shoes scarpe short corto shorts pantaloncini corti skirt gonna small piccolo sports teams squadre sportive sportspeople sportivi tie cravatta traffic traffico trainers scarpe da ginnastica trousers pantaloni Trust yourself! Confida in te stesso! T-shirt maglietta uniforms divise wait aspetta wear indossare Yes, he is. Sì. Yes, I am. Sì.

6

THE JUNGLE BOOK

a bit un po’ a little un po’ all around dappertutto attractions attrazioni beak becco bear orso clay soil suolo argilloso crocodile coccodrillo dangerous pericoloso detergent detersivo eagle aquila elephant elefante giraffe giraffa gritty granuloso handful manciata Has it got...? Ha? Have you got...? Hai...? hippo ippopotamo horn clacson horseshoe shape a forma di ferro di cavallo I haven’t got... Non ho... I’ve got... Ho... It hasn’t got… Non ha… It’s got… Ha… jungle giungla kill uccide loam terra argillosa mix mescola mixture miscuglio

monkey scimmia neck collo over there laggiù panther pantera pots vasi roll arrotolare sandy loam terra sabbiosa argillosa sandy soil terra sabbiosa seals foche skin pelle snake serpente sound suonare step passo sticky appiccicoso strange strani tail coda teeth denti tiger tigre towards verso wet bagni wings ali You can be wrong! Puoi sbagliare!

LIFE SKILLS 6 End-of-year party! end-of-year party festa di fine anno invitations inviti What? Che cosa? When? Quando? Where? Dove? Who? Chi? Why? Perché?

FESTIVITIES bean fagiolo crane gru crown corona dice dado finish fine Go back to number... Torna indietro al numero... Go to number... Vai al numero... hazelnut nocciola hut capanna Let’s rejoice! Esultiamo! marker segnalino scary spaventose spinning-dice dado trottola start inizio trick or treat dolcetto o scherzetto

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REVISION UNIT

1 Risolvi.

12

13

14

15

17

1 2 2

2

4

18

3 6

3

5 8

9

7 11 5

12 12

10 13

14

7 15 16

1

2

4

6

17

10 18

8

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9

11

12

16


LIVING GRAMMAR Pronomi soggetto

I am a triceratops. You are a T-Rex. He is small. She is big.

U n it

1

I you he she it

1 Completa con he, she o it. 1

is Sally.

5

is Jude.

2

is Gordon.

6

is Rudy.

3

is Tex.

7

is a present.

4

is Melanie.

8

is a ball.

Aggettivi possessivi

my

your

his

2 Inserisci l’aggettivo possessivo appropriato. 1 I’m a triceratops.

name is Rudy.

2 She’s my sister.

name is Melanie.

3 He’s my father.

name is Tex.

4 You’re my friend.

her She is my grandmother. Her name is Sally.

present is nice.

5 She’s my aunt.

name is Lilly.

6 He’s my uncle.

name is Dan.

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LIVING GRAMMAR He isn’t eleven.

BE He is ten.

Forma affermativa I’m you’re he’s she’s it’s

Forma negativa I’m not you aren’t he isn’t she isn’t it isn’t

3 Rendi negative le frasi. 1 He’s eleven today. 2 She’s a triceratops. 3 It’s a nice present. 4 You’re my brother.

Forma interrogativa

Risposta breve affermativa

Risposta breve negativa

Am I…? Are you…? Is he...? Is she...? Is it...?

Yes, I am. Yes, you are. Yes, he is. Yes, she is. Yes, it is.

No, I’m not. No, you aren’t. No, he isn’t. No, she isn’t. No, it isn’t.

4 Rendi interrogative le frasi.

5 Completa le risposte brevi.

1 You are my friend.

2 It is your birthday. 3 She is your sister. 4 He is your cousin.

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Is it my present?

Yes, it is.

1 Is he happy?

? ? ? ?

No, 2 Is she angry? Yes, 3 Are you a dinosaur? Yes, 4 Are you Rudy? No,

. . . .


ACTIVITY TIME Hi, this is my family!

1 Completa l’albero genealogico di Rudy.

She is my

.

name is Sally.

is my

name is Lou.

.

He is my name is Gordon.

.

name is Jude.

is my

U n it

1

is my

.

name is Tex.

.

is my

.

name is Melanie.

SK

AL RE

A

T

Realizza il tuo albero genealogico e descrivilo ai tuoi compagni di classe.

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THE LOST WORLD

2 Sostituisci il soggetto

con il pronome personale. Scegli tra: he, she, it.

1 Ann is sixteen.

is sixteen.

3 Completa con il verbo corretto. Scegli tra: am, are, is.

1 My name

Kate.

2 The bike is blue.

is blue.

2 I

3 Rudy is thirteen.

is thirteen.

3 Rudy, how old

4 My brother is nice.

is nice.

4 My sister

5 My mother is happy.

is happy.

5 You

6 A T-Rex is very big.

is very big.

6 I

4 Leggi e colora in modo appropriato. Her eyes are blue. His eyes are green. Her hair is blond. His hair is brown. Her helmet is pink. His helmet is yellow. Her bike is red. His bike is green. Her ball is orange. His ball is yellow. Her school bag is blue. His school bag is purple. Her dog is brown. His dog is black.

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eleven. you? ten. scared. a dinosaur.


ACTIVITY TIME

5 Cerchia il numero giusto.

12 twenty two twelve

50

13 three thirteen thirty

fifty five fifteen

U n it

1

40 fourteen forty four

6 Riscrivi i numeri in ordine crescente.

forty-three eighty-nine

seventy-six thirty-four

ninety-eight sixty-seven

twelve

fifty-four

for ty-five

twenty

7 Vero o falso? Scrivi il risultato corretto. V

F

1 forty-eight + thirty-seven = eighty-five 2 thirty-five + nineteen = forty-four 3 seventy-two – twenty-nine = sixty-three 4 fifty-nine – thirteen = forty-six

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MY LEARNING DIARY Ho imparato… così così

bene

benissimo

i nomi dei membri della famiglia

a dire e operare con i numeri fino al 100

a dire e chiedere l’età

Mi è piaciuto… molto

abbastanza

poco

completare gli esercizi sul libro

lavorare a coppie

recitare il fumetto

giocare a A Super Dino-Family

guardare il fumetto animato

usare il libro digitale

Da 1 a 6, mi sento più sicuro e tranquillo quando... ascolto

parlo

gioco in inglese

leggo

svolgo gli esercizi sul libro digitale

Usare in modo corretto he / she è... facile

difficile

non me lo ricordo mai

Pronunciare il suono TH in inglese è... facile

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difficile

scrivo

non ci riesco


LIVING GRAMMAR There is / There are

There is one bed. There aren’t two beds. Forma affermativa

Forma negativa

There is... There are...

There isn’t... There aren’t...

U n it

2

1 Rendi negative le frasi. 1 There is a fridge in the kitchen. 2 There are two pictures in the living room. 3 There is a sofa in the bedroom. 4 There are two mirrors in the bathroom.

Is there a book for me? Forma interrogativa

Risposta breve affermativa

Risposta breve negativa

Is there...? Are there...?

Yes, there is. Yes, there are.

No, there isn’t. No, there aren’t.

2 Rendi interrogative le frasi. 1 There is a table in the kitchen.

? 2 There are two lamps in the bedroom. ? 3 There is a cooker in the bathroom. ? 4 There are two chairs in the living room. ?

No, there isn’t.

3 Completa le risposte brevi. 1 Is there a shower in the bathroom?

. Yes, 2 Are there two beds in the bedroom? . No, 3 Is there a bath in the kitchen? . No, 4 Are there two lamps in the living room? . Yes,

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THE LITTLE MERMAID

1 Leggi e disegna.

In the kitchen there is a green table, a yellow fridge and an orange cooker.

In the living room there are two pink armchairs, a purple sofa and two pictures.

In the bedroom there is a blue bed, a yellow wardrobe and a red bookshelf.

In the bathroom there is a red mirror, a black shower and a pink bath.

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Hi, I’m Kevin.

ACTIVITY TIME

2 Completa. 1

U n it

2

2

In my kitchen there is a big

In my living room there are two ,

and a small . There are also three

a yellow .

and a

small

3

.

4

In my bedroom there are two

In my bathroom there is a

,a

, .

and a big purple There are also two small

a and a big

.

.

3 Completa il dialogo. Is there a red fridge in Kevin’s kitchen? Is there a small sofa in his living room? Are there two beds in his bedroom? Is there a small mirror in his bathroom?

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THE LITTLE MERMAID

4 Riordina le frasi. 1 in • bathroom • the • She • have • can • a • bath

2 in • living room • read • can • the • He • book • a 3 in • I • play • kitchen • can’t • football • the 4 bedroom? • in • she • Can • tablet • use • a • the 5 watch TV • in • the • Can • living room? • you 6 in • sleep • the • can’t • bathroom • He 7 in • can • kitchen • I • the • cook 8 She • lunch • have • in • bedroom • the • can’t

5 Scrivi un’azione che puoi svolgere in ogni stanza della casa. kitchen

bedroom

living room

bathroom

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SK

AL RE

A

T

Prepara un cartello da appendere su una parete della tua cameretta in modo che chiunque entri sappia che cosa può fare e che cosa non può assolutamente fare.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

2

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

benissimo

i nomi degli oggetti della casa

a descrivere una stanza

a dire che cosa si può e non si può fare in una stanza

Mi è piaciuto… molto

abbastanza

poco

ascoltare i compagni mentre parlano in inglese

lavorare da solo/a

parlare in inglese

giocare ai guessing games

recitare il fumetto

usare il libro digitale

Pronunciare il suono S in inglese è... facile

difficile

mi sbaglio spesso

La cosa che so fare benissimo in inglese è… Però faccio un po’ fatica a… Secondo me per riuscirci meglio dovrei…

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LIVING GRAMMAR I don’t like soup!

Present simple

He likes soup. She doesn’t like soup.

I like soup.

Forma affermativa

Forma negativa

I like… You like… He likes… She likes… It likes…

I don’t like… You don’t like… He doesn’t like… She doesn’t like… It doesn’t like…

1 Rendi negative le frasi. 1 I like bread. 2 Mrs Stork likes tomatoes. 3 Mr Fox likes soup. 4 He likes sausages.

Forma interrogativa

Risposta breve affermativa

Risposta breve negativa

Do I like…? Do you like…? Does he like...? Does she like…? Does it like…?

Yes, I do. Yes, you do. Yes, he does. Yes, she does. Yes, it does.

No, I don’t. No, you don’t. No, he doesn’t. No, she doesn’t. No, it doesn’t.

2 Rendi interrogative le frasi.

3 Completa le risposte brevi.

1 You like cherries.

2 Mrs Stork likes hot dogs. 3 Mr Fox likes tomatoes.

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Does she like milkshake? Yes, she does.

1 Does Mrs Stork like chocolate?

? ? ?

Yes, 2 Does she like strawberries? No, 3 Does Mr Fox like sausages? Yes,

. . .


ACTIVITY TIME

U n it

1 Segna con un ✔ i cibi che piacciono e con una X i cibi

3

che non piacciono.

I like soup, but I don’t like rice. I don’t like sausages or tomatoes. I like chocolate, cherries and strawberries, but I don’t like milkshake.

I don’t like soup, but I like rice. I like sausages and tomatoes. I don’t like cherries or strawberries, but I like chocolate and milkshake.

2 Vero o falso?

V

F

V

1 He doesn’t like rice.

4 She likes tomatoes.

2 She doesn’t like rice.

5 He likes chocolate.

3 He doesn’t like tomatoes.

6 She doesn’t like chocolate.

SK

AL RE

A

T

Organizza un picnic nel parco. Prepara l’elenco degli invitati e il menù.

F

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THE FOX AND THE STORK

3 Alla mensa della scuola, Matthew prende il pranzo per sua sorella Jenny. Completa il dialogo. Does she like soup? rice? bread? sausages? tomatoes? chocolate?

No,

.

Yes,

.

No,

.

Yes,

.

Yes,

.

No,

.

Yes,

.

Yes,

.

strawberries? water?

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ACTIVITY TIME

4 Leggi, poi racconta di Tommy.

3

U n it

My name’s Tommy. I like sweet food for breakfast. I like milkshake. And I like cherries or strawberries with yoghurt. I don’t like savoury food for breakfast. I don’t like eggs with sausages and tomatoes. But my rabbit Chloe likes tomatoes. And my dog Dongo likes sausages very much. His name’s He He He He He But and

. . . . . . .

5 Secondo te che cosa piace a Chloe? E che cosa non le piace?

She likes

She doesn’t like

Chloe

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MY LEARNING DIARY Ho imparato… così così

bene

benissimo

i nomi di cibi e bevande

a dire e chiedere che cosa piace o non piace a me e a un amico/a

a dire il nome dei pasti e a descrivere il menù mio e di un amico/a

Mi è piaciuto… molto

abbastanza

poco

parlare in inglese

svolgere le attività

recitare il fumetto

giocare ai guessing games

lavorare in gruppo

usare il libro digitale

Ho imparato i nomi di altri cibi e bevande. Ecco quelli che ricordo. Bevande

Frutta

Verdura

Pronunciare il suono TH (sordo) in inglese è... facile

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difficile

lo confondo con la f

Altro


LIVING GRAMMAR can

She can dance. He can’t ride a horse.

Forma affermativa I can… You can… He can… She can… It can…

U n it

4

Forma negativa I can’t… You can’t… He can’t… She can’t… It can’t…

1 Rendi negative le frasi. 1 I can watch TV. 2 Alan can play the guitar. 3 Friar Tuck can ride a bike. 4 You can play football.

Forma interrogativa Can I…? Can you…? Can he...? Can she...? Can it...?

Risposta breve affermativa

Risposta breve negativa

Yes, I can. Yes, you can. Yes, he can. Yes, she can. Yes, it can.

No, I can’t. No, you can’t. No, he can’t. No, she can’t. No, it can’t.

2 Rendi interrogative le frasi.

3 Completa le risposte brevi.

1 Little John can play the guitar.

2 Robin can ride a horse. 3 You can rollerblade.

Can he play the guitar? Yes, he can.

1 Can you play basketball?

? ? ?

No, 2 Can Marian swim? Yes, 3 Can Robin dance? No,

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ROBIN HOOD

1 Completa.

Hi, my name’s Mary. I can and I can

.

I can but I can’t

and .

I can’t My friend Michael can and

.

He can’t and he can’t .

but he can

2 Segna con un tick (✔) le frasi corrette. play video games, but she can’t rollerblade. She can... play the guitar and video games, but she can’t ride a horse. play video games, but she can’t play the guitar.

He can…

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do judo, but he can’t play volleyball. dance, but he can’t swim. swim, but he can’t play football.


ACTIVITY TIME

3 Osserva di nuovo l’esercizio 1 e completa il dialogo.

U n it

4

Can Mary ride a bike? she ride a horse? she play video games? she play the guitar? she rollerblade? Michael play football? he do judo? he dance? he swim? he play volleyball?

SK

AL RE

A

T

Realizza un collage sulle attività che sai svolgere e quelle che non sai svolgere. Poi racconta.

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ROBIN HOOD

4 Leggi, pensa e scegli. Chi è l’amico di Luke? Hello, my name’s Luke.

I’ve got a wonderful friend.

He can run very well and he can jump well. He can’t play the guitar at all, but I can. So, I play the guitar and he sleeps.

I can swim very well, but he can’t swim at all. He can’t ride a horse or a bike, but I can. Look, he is in my bike basket!

5 Completa la tabella. Pensa a tre persone che conosci.

Che cosa sanno fare molto bene? Che cosa sanno fare bene? Che cosa non sanno fare?

F RI EN DS

6 Ora scrivi una frase per ogni riga della tabella. 1 2 3

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MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

4

Ho imparato… così così

bene

benissimo

i nomi di alcune azioni

a dire e chiedere che cosa so fare o non so fare io e un amico/a

a dire quanto bene o quanto male io o un amico/a sappiamo compiere le azioni

Mi è piaciuto… molto

abbastanza

poco

recitare il fumetto

leggere in inglese

mimare le azioni

giocare ai guessing games

cantare

usare il libro digitale

Se dovessi scegliere una disciplina da studiare in inglese sarebbe...

perché penso che Distinguere i suoni J e Y... è molto semplice

ci vuole attenzione

è difficile

Ricordo meglio le cose se faccio... una mappa

uno schema

una tabella

un elenco

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LIVING GRAMMAR Present continuous

I’m wearing a red jacket.

Forma affermativa I’m wearing... You’re wearing... He’s wearing… She’s wearing… It’s wearing...

He isn’t wearing a red jacket!

Forma negativa I’m not wearing... You aren’t wearing... He isn’t wearing… She isn’t wearing… It isn’t wearing…

1 Rendi negative le frasi. 1 She’s wearing a long skirt. 2 I’m wearing a red dress. 3 You’re wearing a blue shirt. 4 He’s wearing green shoes.

Forma interrogativa Am I wearing...? Are you wearing...? Is he wearing...? Is she wearing...? Is it wearing...?

Risposta breve affermativa

Risposta breve negativa

Yes, I am. Yes, you are. Yes, he is. Yes, she is. Yes, it is.

No, I’m not. No, you aren’t. No, he isn’t. No, she isn’t. No, it isn’t.

2 Rendi interrogative le frasi.

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Yes, you are.

3 Completa le risposte brevi.

1 The emperor is wearing trousers.

2 Tom is wearing a pink shirt. 3 You are wearing orange shoes.

Am I wearing a T-shirt?

1 Is he wearing shorts?

? ? ?

Yes, 2 Is she wearing a dress? No, 3 Are you wearing trainers? Yes,


ACTIVITY TIME

1 Completa e colora.

1 a blue

5 an orange

8 a red and white

2 a red

3 green

6 pink

9 a brown

U n it

5

4 yellow

7 a purple

10 black

2 Colora i vestiti dei ragazzi. Poi descrivi.

She is wearing…

He is wearing…

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THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

3 Completa il dialogo. Is he wearing a T-shirt? a shirt? a jumper? a jacket? shorts? trousers? Has he got a guitar? Is he kind?

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ACTIVITY TIME

4 Inserisci l’aggettivo corretto, poi collega gli opposti.

a

long

dress

a

shoes

T-shirt

a

a

jacket

a

T-shirt

short

dress

a

U n it

5

jacket

shoes

5 In italiano alcuni indumenti hanno nomi inglesi. Collega. jeans leggings cardigan bikini

SK

AL RE

A

T

Crea il tuo armadio ideale. Che cosa contiene?

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MY LEARNING DIARY Ho imparato… così così

bene

benissimo

i nomi di alcuni indumenti

a dire e chiedere che cosa indosso io e un amico/a

a descrivere gli indumenti secondo alcune caratteristiche

Mi è piaciuto… molto

abbastanza

poco

leggere il fumetto

scoprire come si chiamano alcuni indumenti

pensare e risolvere problemi

giocare al Memory Game

ascoltare i compagni

usare il libro digitale

I miei genitori dicono che imparare l’inglese... è molto importante Io…

sono d’accordo

è importante

serve a poco

 solo una disciplina è scolastica

non sono d’accordo

perché La mia strategia per ricordare i vocaboli è ... Pronunciare il suono -NG finale: è facile

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è facile, ma ci vuole attenzione

pronuncio anche -G


LIVING GRAMMAR have got

Forma affermativa I’ve got… You’ve got… He’s got… She’s got… It’s got…

It’s got big teeth. But it hasn’t got wings!

U n it

6

Forma negativa I haven’t got… You haven’t got… He hasn’t got… She hasn’t got… It hasn’t got…

1 Rendi negative le frasi. 1 It’s got big ears. 2 She’s got dark hair. 3 You’ve got blue eyes. 4 I’ve got a monkey.

Forma interrogativa

Risposta breve affermativa

Risposta breve negativa

Have I got…? Have you got…? Has he got…? Has she got…? Has it got…?

Yes, I have. Yes, you have. Yes, he has. Yes, she has. Yes, it has.

No, I haven’t. No, you haven’t. No, he hasn’t. No, she hasn’t. No, it hasn’t.

2 Rendi interrogative le frasi.

3 Completa le risposte brevi.

1 A crocodile has got a long tail.

2 Ellen has got short hair. 3 Mowgli has got dark eyes.

Has it got wings? Yes, it has.

1 Has it got long arms?

? ? ?

Yes, 2 Has she got wings? No, 3 Has he got a big tummy? Yes,

. . .

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

1 Risolvi. 1

2

4

3

4 6

5 7 6

8 8 9 9 10

10 1

3

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2

5

7


ACTIVITY TIME

2 Disegna il tuo animale preferito o incolla una foto,

U n it

6

poi completa le frasi.

This is my favourite animal. It has got but it hasn’t got

.

It can but it can’t

.

It likes but it doesn’t like

.

3 Immagina di essere l’animale della foto e rispondi. Can you swim? Have you got long legs? Do you like meat? Can you run? Have you got a beak? Do you like fruit? Can you fly? Have you got long legs? Do you like vegetables?

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

4 Completa il dialogo e indovina chi è l’animale che risponde. Disegnalo.

Are you a small animal?

No,

.

Have you got four legs?

Yes,

.

a long tail? No,

.

Yes,

.

Yes,

.

Do you like meat?

Yes,

.

Has your name got 4 letters?

Yes,

.

It’s a

.

Can you swim? fish?

5 Completa le frasi con has got / have got / hasn’t got / haven’t got. 1 An elephant 2 A crocodile

a long tail. big ears.

6 A monkey 7 Snakes

legs. a big mouth.

3 Eagles

wings.

8 A hippo

4 Bears

a beak.

9 Panthers

5 A giraffe

big teeth.

10 A bear

SK

AL RE

A

T

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long arms.

Pensa a un animale non menzionato nel libro e crea una scheda.

wings. a short tail.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

6

Ho imparato… così così

bene

il nome di alcuni animali

benissimo

a descrivere gli animali secondo alcune caratteristiche

Mi è piaciuto… molto

abbastanza

poco

imparare i nomi degli animali

descrivere gli animali

giocare con i compagni

indovinare un animale dalla descrizione

scrivere una descrizione e leggerla ai compagni

recitare il fumetto

Ricordo i nomi di altri animali: Quando parlo in inglese e riesco a farmi capire mi sento E quando riesco a capire l’insegnante o i compagni mi sento Per me è più facile… parlare

capire quando ascolto

capire quando leggo

Distinguere i suoni A e E… è molto semplice

ci vuole attenzione

è difficile

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Goodbye!

Ed eccoti alla fine del terzo anno! Il passaggio in quarta è un momento importante.

Have a happy summer! Anche il tuo libro di inglese cambierà e ti parlerà di grandi avventure, di storie incredibili e di viaggi mozzafiato... Ora sai dare ancora più informazioni su di te. Leggi e completa.

My name’s Now I’m STICK YOUR PHOTO HERE!

. years old.

My favourite food is

,

but I don’t like

.

I like me when I’m wearing

.

I can but I can’t My favourite jungle animal is

very well, at all! .

It can but it can’t

.

My favourite story is

.

This year my best friend is

.

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