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STUDENT’S BOOK Julie Kniveton

Angela Llanas

Lina Alvarado

English

3

in Chile

EDICIÓN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIÓN


STUDENT’S BOOK Julie Kniveton

Angela Llanas

B.A. Hons. University of Liverpool TEFL Diploma, Birmingham.

LGSM (Licenciate of the Guild Hall School of Music and Drama) University of London RSA Dip. (with distinction).

Lina Alvarado Jantus Teacher of English Instituto Profesional Chileno-Británico.

English

3

in Chile

Este libro pertenece a:

Nombre:

Curso:

Colegio:

Te lo ha hecho llegar gratuitamente el Ministerio de Educación a través del establecimiento educacional en el que estudias. Es para tu uso personal tanto en tu colegio como en tu casa; cuídalo para que te sirva durante todo el año. Si te cambias de colegio lo debes llevar contigo y al finalizar el año, guardarlo en tu casa.


CONTENTS Unit

1

• Months of the year • Celebrations

2

• Personal Apperance • Personal characteristics

• Adjectives: tall, short, clean, dirty, etc.

3

• School subjects • Days of the week • Preferences

• Subjects: English, Science, Math, etc. • Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc.

• Actions

• Actions: swim, sleep, dance, etc. • Items: ice cream cone, sand, sandcastle, etc.

• Free time activities • Numbers

• Actions: do homework, watch TV, listen to music, etc. • Numbers: twenty to one hundred.

• Animals • Actions

• Actions: carry, take, climb, etc.

7

• Food • Actions related to food

• Food: pizza, hamburgers, milk, etc. • Actions: set the table, wash the dishes, etc.

8

• The time • Times of the day • Everyday actions

• Times of the day: morning, afternoon, night, etc. • Actions: have breakfast / lunch / dinner, get up, etc.

• Clothes • Possessives

• Clothes: sneakers, shirt, skirt, hat, etc.

• Animals • Abilities

• Animals: bears, sharks, toads, etc. • Adverbs: forward, backward

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p. 32

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p. 46

5

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p. 74 p. 88

p. 102

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10

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Language • Months of the year: January, February, March, etc. • Celebrations: birthdays, Christmas, Halloween, etc. • Ordinal numbers: first, second, third, etc.

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two

Theme


YOUR BOOK STUDENT’S BOOK

ENGLISH

BOUNCE IN CHILE 3

STUDENT’S BOOK

Julie Kniveton

Angela Llanas

Lina Alvarado

English

3

in Chile

MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN EDICIÓN ESPECIAL PARA EL PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIÓN

MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN DICIÓN ESPECIAL PARA EL PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACIÓN 29-11-12 15:58

Student’s Book Encontrarás vocabulario ilustrado, historias, canciones, y entretenidas actividades.

BLM

9

Benny Bounce aparece indicando cada vez que se presenta el lenguaje tratado en la unidad.

Benny, Becky y Bobby Bounce son hermanos y a lo largo del curso te ayudarán en la práctica del inglés.

El ícono Word Window muestra un ejemplo de una actividad manual.

Este símbolo representa las lecciones del Talk about, (Lección 8 de cada unidad) en las cuales tienes la oportunidad de reproducir el lenguaje nuevo de la unidad. El mismo símbolo aparece en los pósters del Talk about.

Este símbolo aparece cuando hay una actividad de repaso.

Este símbolo aparece cuando hay una actividad en la que escucharás un CD.

Este símbolo aparece cuando hay una actividad que requiere la comprensión lectora o auditiva. Este símbolo aparece cuando hay una actividad que consolida y sucede a la actividad de comprensión lectora o auditiva.

Hello

Este símbolo en la parte inferior de la página te indica el número de la lección con la que estás trabajando en cada unidad.

Este símbolo aparece cuando hay una actividad en la que leerás un texto.

Este símbolo aparece cuando hay una actividad que precede y prepara para la comprensión lectora o auditiva.

Este símbolo aparece cuando debes practicar el lenguaje aprendido a través de una actividad oral.

Este lápiz nos muestra cómo hacer las actividades en las cuales hay que unir juegos de palabras u objetos. cry

shorts

Los diferentes colores de las tarjetas representan el lenguaje aprendido. Se usa el color azul para distinguir los verbos y el verde para sustantivos o frases. En este recuadro encontrarás apoyo para las actividades de expresión oral.

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three


t 1 i n U Hi! I’m Benny

Hi, Benny! What’s your last name?

My last name is Bounce. I’m Benny Bounce. What’s your name?

I’m Paula Evans.

You will...

4

Give personal information.

Read a questionnaire.

Listen to a song about the months of the year.

Talk about birthdays and special dates.

one hundred and fourtwenty-seven


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture in Exercise 2. What are they doing? 2 Complete the dialog. Hi! What’s

?

What’s

?

Hi!

My Bounce. Do you remember?

1 Match the pictures and the celebrations.

Christmas Birthday Easter Halloween Independence Day 2 Number the celebrations in the order they happen during the year.

5

five


t1

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Listen and point. Say the words.

January January BLM

1

February March April May June

July August

September

October November

2 Write the words in Exercise 1.

6

six

December


mbe e v o

r

Dec e mb er

N

1 Write the special days in the correct month. When’s Halloween? It’s in October.

uary n a J

gust u A

March

May

tober c O

ebruary

April

tembe p e

r

July

S

F

June

Becky Bounce’s birthday

2 Write sentences about six special days. 1

Halloween is in October

. .

3

.

4

.

5

.

6

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t1

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i

1

Look at the name of the song. Circle the words that will appear in it.

Month

August October Week September March Father Birthday January Favorite Friend Year Day February June May December July Christmas November April

2

Mother

Listen to the song and check your ideas in Exercise 1.

Months are fun to say! January, February, hip, hip, hooray! January, February, months are fun to March, April, we’re singing our song! March, April, come and along! Hip, hip, hooray! May, June, we’re halfway through, May, June, sing them too! July, August, they’re so much July, August, fun for everyone! Hip, hip, hooray!

!

!

September, October, stamp your ! September, October, now keep that beat! November, December, hip, hip, hooray! November, December, are fun to say! /:Hip, hip, hooray! Hip, hip, hooray! Hip, hip, hooray!:/

3

Listen again. Complete the words.

8

eight


4

Say the months in order. Then say them backwards.

January, February, . . .

December, November, . . .

5 When’s your birthday? Write the month.

My birthday is in

6 Say when your birthday is. Ask your friends.

My birthday’s in May. When’s your birthday? 9

nine


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1 Draw the celebrations. Write the month.

Halloween

Christmas

Independence Day

Mother’s Day

2 Say when the celebrations are. Ask your friends.

wo

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ten

Hom

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ge 5

Halloween’s in October. When’s Christmas?

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1

Listen and match.

April

October December April November June August February March May September October July January

fi secornstd third fourt h fifth six seventh eighthth nin tentthh eleven twelfthth

2 Write the month.

August

April July 1 First:

May

January March

June

January

February

5 Fifth: 6 Sixth:

3 Third:

7 Seventh:

4 Fourth:

8 Eighth:

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2 Second:

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eleven


t1 i

1 Read the sentences. Write them in the correct order.

Which is the fourth month?

The first month is January

The third month is March.

1

The eighth month is August.

2

.

The twelfth month is December.

3

.

The second month is February.

4

.

The ninth month is September.

5

.

The fifth month is May.

6

.

The first month is January.

7

.

The eleventh month is November.

8

.

The sixth month is June.

9

.

The tenth month is October.

10

.

The fourth month is April.

11

.

The seventh month is July.

12

.

2 Answer the questions.

Which is the fourth month?

1 Which is the eighth month?

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2 Which is the twelfth month?

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The fourth month is April.

.


1

Look at the picture and answer.

1 What is Bobby Bounce doing?

.

2 What is Fernando saying?

.

2 Match.

March July September

twelfth

December

seventh

3

ninth

third

Read and listen to the questionnaire. Check your ideas in Exercise 1.

Questions

Answers Fernando Pérez.

2 When’s your birthday?

In May.

3 When’s your mother’s birthday?

In February.

4 When’s your father’s birthday?

In August.

5 What’s your favorite month?

September.

6 Why?

I like Chile’s Independence Day.

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pa

Hom

wo

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1 What’s your name?

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thirteen


t1 i

4

Complete the questionnaire about you and your family. Questions

Answers

1 What’s your name? 2 When’s your birthday? 3 When’s your mother’s birthday? 4 When’s your father’s birthday? 5 Which is your favorite month? 6 Why?

5 Write about you. Complete this short paragraph using the information in Exercise 4. My name’s

. My birthday’s

.

My mother’s birthday’s

.

My father’s birthday’s

.

My favorite month’s

because

. .

6 Ask your teacher to correct the paragraph in Exercise 5 and write a definite version of it on a piece of cardboard. Stick a photo of you on it.

7 Read your paragraph aloud. Display your work on a visible place of

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your classroom.

pa

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birthdays 1 Draw yourself in the picture. Write when your birthday is.

Amanda 30th of November

Camila. 28th of August

Lucía 3 rd of May

Marta 20th of February

Arturo 1st of October

2 Talk about your friends’ birthdays.

When is Marta’s birthday?

It is in…

Which month is …?

It is the …

Which is your favorite month?

It is… because…

15

fifteen


Unit Test1 Points

1 Read and color.

__ / 4

1 The second apple is yellow. 2 The fifth apple is red. 3 The eighth apple is green. 4 The tenth apple is brown. __ / 3

2 Answer the questions. 1 Which is the eleventh month of the year? 2 Which is the third month of the year? 3 Which is the ninth month of the year?

3 Complete the sentences with the correct month. Match the sentences to the pictures.

16

1 Christmas is in

.

2 Valentine’s Day is in

.

3 Halloween is in

.

sixteen

__ / 3


Points

4

Questions

1 What’s your name? 2 When’s your birthday? 3 When’s your mother’s birthday? 4 When’s your father’s birthday? 5 Which is your favorite month? 6 Why?

5

__ / 5

Listen and read the questionnaire. Read Becky Bounce’s answers. Circle True or False. Answers

Becky Bounce. In July. In March. In September. December. I like Christmas.

1 Becky Bounce’s birthday is in the sixth month.

True / False

2 Her mother’s birthday is in the third month.

True / False

3 Her father’s birthday is in the seventh month.

True / False

4 Becky Bounce likes the first month.

True / False

5 Becky Bounce’s favorite celebration is Christmas.

True / False

Listen and complete.

__ / 5

1 My name’s Pam. My birthday’s

.

My favorite month is because I Iike

.

2 My name’s Greg. My birthday’s and my favorite month is

. Total: __ / 20

17

seventeen


t 2 i n U

You will...

18

eighteen

Listen to a song about animals.

Read and listen to a story.

Identify animal characteristics.

Talk about appearance.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 18. What can you see in it? 2 Match. happy sad big small Do you remember?

1 Unscramble the words. Number the correct picture..

a t f

.

1 Look! It’s a

u f b e u i l a t

g p e u i n n .

2 Wow! What a

p p y a h

l r o p a

r e b a .

3 Look at the

s d a 4 Look at the

h f i s

p o u c t s o .

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nineteen


t2 i

ul

Listen and point. Say the words.

be

a

old

if ut

1

tall ug un

g

ly

yo

Un

short

2 Write the words in Exercise 1.

20

twenty

BLM

2


1 Unscramble the words. Draw the pictures. 1 It’s an

g

2 He’s a

t

3 It’s a

r

o

man.

h g

dog.

n u

y

u b i a f l t u e l

l

6 She’s an

bird.

o

s

4 She’s a

5 It’s a

l y ugly u

a l

d

girl.

t

tree.

o

woman.

Write the missing words.

1 Christmas is in to U n i t 1

.

2 Independence Day is in .

3 My birthday is in

1

2

3

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twenty-one


t2

Un

i

Listen and circle the correct word.

1

1

They have an old gorilla.

5

3

7

ugly beautiful old young

4

fat thin

clean dirty

2 6

8

big small

sad happy

ugly beautiful

tall short 2 Write sentences about Jack and Jill’s toys. 1 They have an

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gorilla.

2 They have a

.

3

.

4

.

5

.

6

.

7

.

8

.

twenty-two


1 Count the animals in Harry’s zoo. Complete the sentences.

1 Harry has

eleven

flamingoes.

2 He has

bears.

3 He has seventeen

.

4 He has thirteen

.

5 He has 6

parrots. nine

7 He has

. zebras and

hippos.

2 Talk about the animals.

He has eleven flamingoes.

23

twenty-three


t2 i

Read and draw.

1

1 a dirty pig

2 a happy monkey

3 a small elephant

2 Read and match. Write the names of the animals. 1 He isn’t small. He’s big. He isn’t clean. He’s dirty. What color is he? He’s pink. .

He’s

Ellie Elephant

2 She isn’t sad. She’s happy. She isn’t big. She’s small. What color is she? She’s brown.

Martha Monkey

.

She’s

3 She isn’t thin. She’s fat. She isn’t happy. She’s sad. What color is she? She’s gray.

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twenty-four

Percy Pig

.

She’s

age

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p


3 4

Listen and ckeck your ideas in Exercise 2. Listen again. Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

first

5

second

third

1 The

animal is Ellie Elephant.

2 The

animal is Percy Pig.

3 The

animal is Martha Monkey.

Look at Cookie Cat in Exercise 6. Write a list of characteristics that describe it with your partner.

6 With the information in your list, write a short paragraph to describe Cookie Cat imitating the descriptions in Exercise 2.

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age

Ho me

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10

Cookie Cat isn’t small. She’s big.

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twenty-five


t2

Un

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1 Look at the birds. Write sentences. 3

2

1

They aren’t young. They’re old.

5 6

4

1

They aren’t beautiful. They’re ugly

.

2

.

3

.

4

.

5

.

6

.

2

Sing the song.

All different birds! Look at the birds, How different! – look and see. Let’s find out How different birds can be! Some birds aren’t short. They aren’t beautiful at all. The birds I see aren’t old, But gee, they are tall. Look at the birds, How different! – look and see. Let’s find out How different birds can be!

3

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twenty-six

Some birds are beautiful, And they live in the cold. The birds I see aren’t tall, But gee, they are old. Look at the birds, How different! – look and see. Let’s find out How different birds can be!

Listen again and point to the birds in Exercise 1.


1

Look at the pictures. Circle the correct word.

old young

fat thin

beautiful ugly

2 Draw yourself in these different mirrors. Write the descriptions.

Regular mirror

Magic mirror

I am

I am

.

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twenty-seven


t2 i

3

Listen and read.

THE MAGIC MIRRORS 1

2

Oh no, Dad! I’m not tall. I’m short!

Willy is at the Magic House of Mirrors with his mom and dad. He’s happy. “Look, Willy!” says Dad. “Go in there.”

3

“Wow! Come in here and look at me, Mom! I’m not short. I’m tall!” says Willy.

4

My turn!

Willy isn’t happy now. “Oh no! I’m not young. I’m old! Help me, Mom and Dad!” says Willy.

4

“Hey! Wait a minute! I’m not old. I’m young!” says Willy. Mom has an idea.

Tell a story about Mom and the different magic mirrors.

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twenty-eight

11

Oh, no! I’m not beautiful! I’m ugly!

age

Un

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appearances 1 Draw some young ducks, a fat bear and an old woman in the picture.

2 Write about appearances. 1

Look at the man. He’s old

.

2

Look at the elephants. They’re

.

3

.

4

.

5

.

o

ge

Home w

rk

12, 13

3 Talk about appearances.

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twenty-nine


Unit Test 2 Points

1 Circle the correct word.

__ / 6

old / young

beautiful / ugly

fat / thin

old / young

beautiful / ugly

fat / thin

2 Count the animals and complete the sentences.

1 Harry has 2 He has 3 He has eight 4 He has nineteen

30

thirty

flamingoes. bears. . .

__ / 4


Points

3

__ / 4

Listen, read and match.

1

4

He isn’t small. He is big. He isn’t old. He is young. He’s black.

2

He isn’t short. He’s tall. He isn’t ugly. He’s beautiful. He’s pink.

3

He isn’t thin. He’s fat. He isn’t dirty. He’s clean. He’s brown.

4

He isn’t big. He’s small He isn’t old. He’s young. He’s black and white. __ / 6

Look at the birds. Listen and circle the correct option.

1

2

5

3 4

6

1 They are beautiful / ugly.

4 They are young / old.

2 They are short / tall.

5 They are ugly / beautiful.

3 They are old / young.

6 They are small / big. Total: __ / 20

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thirty-one


t 3 i n U

You will...

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thirty-two

Identify school subjects.

Listen to a song.

Read about favorite school subjects.

Talk about school subjects.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 32 and answer the questions. 1 Where is Benny Bounce? 2 What is the girl showing Benny?

2 Circle the things you can see in the picture.

Do you remember?

1 Complete the words. Match them to the pictures. 1 p

n

2 c

t

3 d

a

4 w

i

5 r 6 p

1, 2, 3...

a y

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Un

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Listen and point. Say the words.

1

science

BLM

English

3

math

geography art physical education

reading My name is

2 Write the words in Exercise 1.

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thirty-four

The fox and the crow One Sunday morning, a fox is taking a walk in the woods. The fox sees a crow in a tree.

history


1

Listen to Abby. Number the subjects in the order she says them.

art

English

history physical education 2

geography math science

I like history.

Listen to Abby’s sentences. Draw the things on the shelf in order.

3 Write the school subjects you like. I like

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t3

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1 Complete the crossword. I don’t like math.

p h i s i c a l c h o o l

e d u c a t i o n English history math geography science physical education

2 Unscramble the words to find the school subjects that Dennis doesn’t like. 1

t a r

2

i g r a e d n

3 Write what Dennis says about school subjects. I don’t like

and

.

4 Tell your friends about school subjects.

I don’t like art.

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thirty-six


Sing the song.

1

The thing for me! I like math! 1, 2, 3. Counting numbers Is the thing for me!

It’s for me, it’s for me, yeah, yeah, yeah. It’s for me, it’s for me, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

I like school, As you can see. Going to school Is the thing for me!

I like art, Look at me. Painting pictures Is the thing for me!

I like reading, A,B,C. Saying the alphabet Is the thing for me!

/: It’s for me, it’s for me, yeah, yeah, yeah

Write sentences about the pictures.

to U n i t 2

1

They aren’t ugly. They are beautiful.

2 .

3 .

. 1

2

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thirty-seven


t3 i

Listen and point. Say the words.

1

What day is it? It’s Tuesday.

Sunday

Tuesday

Monday Wednesday

Thursday Saturday

Friday 2 Read, answer and match.

Sunday

1 Today is Sunday. Sunday plus 4 days.

Monday

2 Today is green day. Bounce back two days.

Tuesday Wednesday

What day is it? It’s

What day is it?

.

.

3 Today is pink day. Jump to the blue day. What day is it?

.

4 Orange day plus 3 days.

Thursday

What day is it?

Friday

5 Today is green day. Bounce back 3 days.

Saturday

6 Today is orange day. Jump to the purple day.

What day is it?

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What day is it?

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1

Complete your school schedule.

Monday

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Friday

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2 Look at the pictures. When are these classes? Remember your schedule.

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t3 i

Listen and compare with your schedule in Exercise 1.

3

Listen again and match the days to the school subjects.

4

reading

math English science

Read your answers in Exercise 4 and answer the questions.

5

1 When’s the English class?

It’s on Wednesdays

. .

3 When’s the math class?

.

4 When’s the science class?

.

5 When’s the weekend?

.

6 When’s the reading class?

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2 When’s the geography class?

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When’s the English class? It’s on Wednesdays.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

geography

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1

Look at the pictures on Page 42 and answer the questions.

1 Who are the protagonists of the story on Page 42?

. 2 What is the girl doing?

. 3 What is the boy doing?

.

2 Cross out the subjects that the boy doesn’t like.

English

geography

science

history

math

physical education

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art

age

Reading

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forty-one


t3 i

3

Listen and read. Check your ideas in Exercises 1 and 2.

I DON’T LIKE IT! 1

2

Tommy: When’s the science class? Annie: It’s on Tuesdays. Tommy: Ugh! I don’t like science.

Tommy: When’s the math class? Annie: It’s on Thursdays. Tommy: Ugh! I don’t like math.

3

4

Tommy: When’s the geography class? Annie: It’s on Fridays. Tommy: Ugh! I don’t like geography.

5

Listen and read the story again. Match the days and the school subjects. Compare them with your own schedule.

Tuesday math

Friday

science

geography Ho me

ork

w

42

forty-two

Thursday 17

4

Tommy: Hey, don’t do that! It’s the soccer game. Annie: You don’t like school. Well, I don’t like soccer!

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school subjects 1 Complete your own school schedule.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

2 Write about your schedule. Math class is on Mondays. .

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3 Talk about school subjects.

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forty-three


Unit Test 3 Points __ / 3

1 Write the missing days. Monday, Friday,

2

44

,

, Thursday,

, Sunday. __ / 7

Look at the information in the school schedule. Listen, read, and then answer the questions.

1 When’s the math class?

.

2 When’s the English class?

.

3 When’s the history class?

.

4 When’s the reading class?

.

5 When’s the art class?

.

6 When’s the geography class?

.

7 When’s the science class?

.

forty-four


Points __ / 4

3 Solve the crossword. English

1

The fox and the crow

My name is

One Sunday morning, a fox is taking a walk in the woods. The fox sees a crow in a tree.

3 6

4 2

5

a r t

7

8

4

__ / 6

Listen and complete Andy’s school schedule. Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Total: __ / 20

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forty-five


t 4 i n U

You will...

46

forty-six

Listen to a story.

Read a postcard.

Write a postcard.

Talk about the ocean.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 46. Circle the correct answer. 1 Where are the people?

city

country

beach

hungry

sad

2 How do they feel?

happy Do you remember?

1 Read the sentences and number the pictures.

1 He’s not singing. He’s drinking. 2 She’s not crying. He’s playing. 3 He’s not talking. He’s eating. 4 She’s not laughing. She’s skating.

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swim

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make ice cream cone sleep

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sand sandcastle

2 Write the words in Exercise 1.

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1

They’re making sandcastles.

2 Match the sentences to the people in Exercise 1. 1 Look at the children. They’re buying ice cream cones. 2 Look at the girls. They’re laughing. 3 Look at the boys. They’re playing in the sand. 4 Look at Mom and Jane. They’re sleeping. 5 Look at the children. They’re making sandcastles. 6 Look at the boys. They’re swimming in the ocean.

3 Write more sentences about the people in Exercise 1. 1 Look at Dad.

.

2

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4 Draw two more people at the beach.

Ask your friends what they are doing.

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What are they doing? They’re buying ice cream cones.

1 What are they doing? They’re

.

2 What are

?

They’re

.

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3

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Answer the questions about your own schedule.

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1 When’s the English class? It’s on

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2 When’s the math class?

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3 When’s the science class?

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4 When’s the physical education class?

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Look at the text in Exercise 3. Circle the correct sentence.

1 It’s a letter.

2 It’s an e-mail.

3 It’s a postcard.

2 Look at the photo in Exercise 3 and answer the questions. 1 Where are these people? They are

.

2 What are they doing? They are

.

3 Who is Mandy? Take a guess.

3

Listen and read the text. Check your ideas in Exercises 1 and 2.

Dear Grandma and Grandpa, Today is Tuesday. I‛m in Iquique. It‛s hot and sunny. I‛m wearing green shorts and a yellow T-shirt. I‛m wearing my brown sandals. Andy and Mary Jo are swimming in the ocean. Lucy and Neil are making sandcastles. Mom and Dad are sleeping on the beach. I love vacations! See you soon, Mandy

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Write a postcard with the words from the box.

5

are buying ice cream cones Friday blue shorts Dear hot and sunny are drinking sodas vacations a red T-shirt black sandals Love are laughing Dear

Grandma and Grandpa,

Today is It’s I’m wearing

. . and .

I’m wearing Jo Lucy and Neil

. Andy and Mary . . Mom and Dad .

I love

! ,

.

6 Revise and correct your postcard with the teacher. Write a final version of it on a piece of cardboard, imitating the model in Exercise 3.

7 Draw a picture on the back of your text to illustrate your postcard. Send or

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1

hold

trumpet

dance

feed

kiss

trainer

rope

seal

2 Complete the words and draw pictures. 1 The monkeys are

old

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2 The dogs are playing the

3 The s

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4 4 The trainers are k

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1 Look at Becky Bounce’s pictures. Correct the sentences.

They aren’t eating fish.

1 The dolphins are feeding the trainers. .

They aren’t The trainers are feeding the dolphins.

2 The trainers are dancing.

. .

3 The trainers are holding trumpets.

. .

2

Sing the song.

Join the fun!

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The children are playing, The trainers are swimming, The seals are playing a tune. Come to the show, Join in the fun! Let’s sing the seal tune!

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The children are playing, The trainers are swimming, The dolphins are singing a song. Come to the show, Join the fun! Let’s sing the dolphin song!

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1 What are these people doing? 2 What is the story about?

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Listen to the story and look at the pictures. Were you right or wrong?

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THE LUCKY DOLPHINS

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Listen again. Match the pictures and the text.

3

John and Jamie are at the dolphin show with Mom and Dad. They’re having fun. It’s lunchtime and they’re eating fish sandwiches.

“Look at the dolphins, Jamie. They’re playing basketball. And look, they’re dancing!” says John.

Where’s Jamie? He isn’t sitting with Mom and Dad and he isn’t playing with John. What’s he doing? “There’s Jamie!” says John. “Look, he’s feeding the dolphins. They’re eating fish sandwiches! Take a picture, Dad!.

4

Answer the question. What´s Dad doing?

5

Mime the actions in the story.

1 They are eating sandwiches. 2 They are dancing. 3 He’s feeding the dolphins.

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4 He’s taking a picture.

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2 Talk about the ocean.

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1 Match the parts of the phrases to their corresponding

__ / 3

endings and pictures.

1 Swim

a sand castle.

2 Make

an ice cream cone.

3 Buy

in the ocean.

2 Unscramble the sentences and draw the pictures. 1 playing trumpets seals are The. .

2 feeding The are trainers dolphins the. .

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Listen and read the postcard. Identify the people in the picture.

__ / 3

Dear Laura, Today is Saturday. I‛m in La Serena. I‛m swimming in the pool. Mom and Dany are buying hamburgers. Dad, Tomas and Annie are playing in the sand. It‛s hot and sunny. We‛re having fun! See you soon, Bruno

4

__ / 4

Listen. Check (✓) or cross (✗).

1

2

3

4

Total: __ / 12

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Listen to a telephone conversation.

Read an e-mail.

Count to thirty.

Talk about numbers.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 60 and answer the questions. 1 What are the children doing? 2 Are they enjoying their free time?

2 Draw a picture of yourself doing your favorite free time activity.

Do you remember?

1 Look at the pictures. Circle the correct sentence.

1 They’re eating chocolates. They aren’t eating chocolates.

2 He’s walking the dog. / He isn’t walking the dog.

2 Write the numbers. 1 Fifteen:

2 Eighteen:

3 Twelve:

4 Nineteen:

5 Ten plus one:

6 Seventeen plus three:

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do homework BLM

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watch television

listen to music

clean your room

call a friend

water a plant

ride a bicycle make a snack

2 Write the actions in Exercise 1.

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1 Complete the sentences.

1 I’m

I’m calling my friends.

4 I’m .

2 I’m

5 I’m .

3 I’m

.

6 I’m .

2

.

7 I’m .

8 I’m .

.

Listen and check.

3 Mime an action. Tell your friends.

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1 Where is Kelly? 2 What is she doing? 3 Where is Simon? 4 What is he doing? 5 Who are they talking to? Listen to the conversation. Number the sentences in the correct order.

2

Kelly: A snack? Simon: I’m making a snack. Kelly: Apple cookies! Wow! Wait for me! Simon: Hi, Kelly. What are you doing? Kelly: Hello? Simon: Yes, I’m making apple cookies. Kelly: Hi, Simon. I’m listening to music. What are you doing?

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3

Listen again. Write the names and compare your answers in Exercise 1. Making a snack Listening to music Calling a friend

4

Act out the conversation with a friend.

5

Sing the song.

Free time Free time, free time, What shall I do? I love my free time, How about you? I’m listening to music, Hey, you can, too! I’m watching basketball, How about you? Free time, free time, What shall I do? I love my free time, How about you? I’m watering plants, Hey, you can, too! I’m riding my bicycle, How about you?

Free time, free time, What shall I do? I love my free time, How about you? I love my free time, How about you? I love my free time, How about you?

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1 Read. Answer the questions.

I’m not cleaning my room.

Eddie

Sally

Jennifer

1 I’m not watering the plants.

Mark

2 I’m not making a snack.

I’m not calling my friends.

I’m not watching television.

I’m not making a snack.

I’m not calling my friends. .

Who am I?

Dan

.

Who am I?

Dawn

Nicola

3 I’m not riding my bicycle.

Rory

4 I’m not cleaning my room.

I’m not watering the plants.

I’m not watering the plants.

I’m not listening to music.

I’m not riding my bicycle. .

Who am I?

.

Who am I?

Look at the pictures and write sentences. to U n i t 4

✗ 1 He

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✓ 2 He

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twenty-two

22

twenty-one

twenty

21

20 twenty-four

28

26

twenty-five

24 twenty-eight

twenty-six

25

thirty

30

twenty-nine

29

seventy

70

fifty

50 2

sixty

60

ninety

90

twenty-three

23 twenty-seven

27 forty

40 eighty

80 one hundred

100

Listen and write.

4

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1 Circle the correct number.

How many crayons does he have?

Ricky Rich loves free time activities. He has lots of things. 1 How many crayons does he have? He has 30 + 25.

25

65

55

43

34

83

60

70

50

43

34

46

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2 How many balls does he have? He has 83 – 40. 3 How many books does he have? He has 80 – 30. 4 How many videos does he have? He has 30 + 4. 5 How many CDs does he have? He has 20 + 32.

Listen and check.

2

3 Write another math problem about Ricky’s pens.

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Have a look at the text. Circle the correct answer. 1 What type of text is it? i. a letter

ii. a postcard

iii. an e-mail

ii. Benny Bounce

iii. Becky Bounce’s cyber friend

2 Who is the writer? i. Becky Bounce

3 Who is he /she writing to? i. Becky Bounce

ii. Benny Bounce

iii. Bobby Bounce

4 What is the topic of the message? i. His / her homework

ii. What he / she is doing now

iii. What he / she likes to do

2

Listen and read the text. Check your ideas in Exercises 1.

becky@bouncemail.com cyberfriend@bouncemail.com Dear Becky Bounce, I’m in my bedroom, but I’m not sleeping. I’m not doing my homework. I’m not watching television and I’m not listening to music. I’m reading a book and I’m talking with my brother. Your cyberfriend. 69

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Doing homework

Reading a book

Watching TV

Listening to music

Talking with my brother

Use the visual clues to complete Becky Bounce’s answer.

4

cyberfriend@bouncemail.com becky@bouncemail.com

5 You can write an e-mail in English now! Write a similar e-mail to a friend in your notebook, with your personal information. Follow the example in Exercises 2 and 4.

6 Ask your teacher to correct your e-mail and write a final version. If possible, send it to a friend.

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numbers 1 Draw pictures in the empty squares.

2 Talk about numbers in exercise 1.

Do you have a …?

What color is square 49?

I’m looking at square 34.

How many … are there?

It’s a …

There are …

It’s a green…

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1 Match the pictures and the parts of the sentences. 1 I’m cleaning

television.

2 I’m listening

my room.

3 I’m doing

to music.

4 I’m watching

my homework.

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2 Write the sentences.

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1

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2

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Listen and read the e-mail. Check or cross each picture.

cyberfriend@bouncemail.com Samuel@bouncemail.com Dear cyberfriend, Hello, how are you? It’s Monday and I’m not doing my homework. I’m on vacation. I’m so happy! My favorite cartoon is Ben 10, but I’m not watching TV, I’m listening to music on the radio. I’m hungry, but I’m not making a snack, I’m watering the plants! What are you doing? Samuel. 4

Listen to the conversation and say who is doing every action. Write Alex, Brian or Miley. Cleaning my bedrom

Making a sandwich

Listening to music

Riding a bicycle

Making a snack

Watching TV

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Total: __ / 17

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Listen to a story and put it in order.

Complete a story about animals.

Read a story about an animal rescue.

Talk about the animal hospital.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 74. Point and name the animals you can identify in it.

2 Answer the questions. 1 Where are these animals? 2 Why? 3 What are the firemen doing? Do you remember?

1 Complete the professions.

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2 Check (✓) or cross (✗).

He is eating.

He isn’t’ calling a friend.

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carry BLM

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take

climb run after umbrella bag telephone fruit

2 Write the words in Exercise 1.

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Is he climbing through the window? Yes, he is. / No, he isn’t.

1 Answer the questions.

1 Is he climbing through the window? .

2 Is it running after the cat? .

3 Is she carrying an umbrella? .

4 Is he taking the fruit from his teacher’s desk? .

2 Write the questions for the answers. 1 2

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No, she isn’t.

?

Yes, he is.

3 Draw Becky Bounce doing something.

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Look at the pictures in Exercise 2 and answer the questions.

1 Who are the protagonists of the story? 2 What is happening? 3 How does the story end?

2 Match the sentences to the pictures.

He’s running down the street.

He’s climbing through the window.

She’s running after the bear.

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He’s eating the umbrella.

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Listen again and number the sentences in the correct order.

And he’s taking her umbrella- he’s eating it!

Oh, Officer Curtis, now he’s running down the street.

And there’s Mrs. Dodd. She’s running after the bear. Come quickly, Officer Curtis!

There’s a bear in Mrs. Dodd’s yard. He’s climbing through the kitchen window.

Answer the questions.

1 Who is calling Officer Curtis? .

2 Where’s the bear? .

3 What’s Mrs. Dodd doing? .

4 What’s the bear eating? .

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1 Write about Mr. Rigg and the lion.

1 There’s a lion in Mr. Rigg’s yard. He’s (jumping / running / walking) through the (door / window) .

2 He’s (taking / carrying / holding) Mr. Rigg’s (umbrella / telephone / bag) .

3 Oh, Officer Brown, now he’s running (through the park / down the street / to my house)

4 There’s Mr. Rigg! He’s (running after the lion / laughing at the lion) ! Come quickly, Officer Brown!

2 Read the story and complete each picture drawing what’s missing. 3 Draw yourself in the story. Write a sentence telling what you are doing.

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Listen and point. Say the words.

help

rescue

drive

examine

fix

take care of

operate on

answer

? Yes. 2 Find and circle the words in the puzzle.

l o p y o f t m t

a p i m m i c l a

f e s b v x h d k

d r e s c u e r e

o a j e h x x i c

u t p g e f a v a

h e l p c l m e r

k o d y k t i k e

a n s w e r n h o

a p f l o x e p f

Write the numbers. 24

61

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Is he rescuing a bird or a fish? He’s rescuing a bird.

1 Join the dots and answer the questions.

1

2

3

4

1 Is he rescuing a bird or a fish? .

2 Is he driving a car or a truck? .

3 Is she answering the telephone or an e-mail? .

4 Is he examining a cat or a dog? .

2

Sing the song.

Animal rescue!

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Animal rescue, animal rescue, That is what I like to do. Finding them and feeding them, And taking care of them, too. Rescuing animals is what I do!

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Read the name of the story and look at the pictures in Exercise 3. Answer the questions.

1 Who is the protagonist of the story? a Jay

b Sandy

2 Where is the boy? a In the street.

b In the yard.

3 What is he doing? a Climbing through the window.

b Climbing the tree.

2 Match the words and the pictures.

Apple tree

Tree house

Swing

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3

JAY TO THE RESCUE! 1

Mom: What’s Jay doing? Sandy: He’s climbing Mr. Trent’s apple tree. Mom: Is he eating the apples? Sandy: I don’t know.

3

2

Mom: Is he making a tree house? Sandy: I don’t know.

4

Mom: Is he fixing the swing? Sandy: I don’t know.

Mom: Oh, look! He’s rescuing a small cat. Sandy: It’s Tabatha! It’s Mr. Trent’s cat.

4

Read the story again. Listen as you read.

5

Write a sentence about what you think Mr. Trent is doing. I think Mr. Trent is

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the animal hospital 1 Find eight differences in the pictures. A

B

2 Talk about the animal hospital.

She’s helping a cat.

What’s the nurse doing?

Is he driving the ambulance?

They are rescuing a cat.

No, he isn’t. / Yes, he is.

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Where’s the rabbit?

k r k Boo

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1 Complete the words. Match them to the pictures. 1 c

 i m 

2

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3

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2 Match the questions to the pictures. 1 Is she carrying a box?

No, she isn’t

?

2 Is he opening the door?

Yes, he is

?

3 Is he taking fruit from the teacher’s desk?

Yes, he is

?

3 Answer the questions.

__ / 2

1 Is she carrying an umbrella? .

2 Is the boy running after the dog? .

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Look at the pictures. Listen and read the sentences. Write A or B next to them.

A

5

__ / 5

B

1

The boy’s playing with his dog.

2

Grandma and grandpa are buying a rug.

3

The woman’s dancing on a cart.

4

The woman’s taking a photograph.

5

The man’s selling food. Listen to the recording and look at Sandy and Rhonda’s photos. Circle True or False.

True / False

True / False

True / False

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True / False

True / False

Total: __ / 19

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listen to a song.

identify food.

read about cooking.

talk about the restaurant.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 88. Answer the questions. 1 Where are the people in the picture? 2 What members of the family can you identify? 3 What are the boys doing? 4 What are the girls doing?

2 Write the name of each place.

Do you remember?

1 Answer Yes or No.

1 Is he in the bathroom? 2 Is he making a sandwich?

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Listen and point. Say the words.

pizza BLM

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hamburger

French fries milk lemonade

jello

apple pie salad

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Are they eating apple pie? Yes, they are. / No, they aren’t.

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4

3

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p a l p e

1 Are they eating

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e d m l n e o a

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Yes,

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l j l o e

2 Are they making

? .

3 Are they drinking

.

b h u g s r a m e r

4 Are they eating

?

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? Yes, they are.

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Ben Anna

Tessa

Daniel Deb

1 Look at Anna and Daniel. Are they drinking milk?

No, they aren’t.

Are they drinking lemonade?

Yes, they are.

2 Look at Ben and Deb. Are they buying hamburgers?

Yes, they are.

3 Look at Tessa and Maggie. Are they making salad?

No, they aren’t.

Are they making jello?

Yes, they are.

2 Draw what Chip and Dave are eating. Ask your friends.

Dave Chip

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Look at the picture in Exercise 2.

1 Where are Ken and Kelly? 2 What is Ken doing? 3 What is Kelly doing? 4 Why?

2

Read and listen about what Kelly and Ken are making and check your ideas.

Kelly and Ken are in the kitchen at Ken’s house making a pizza. They’re making a big ham and cheese pizza for a lot of people. Yummy! Delicious! It’s Kelly’s birthday and they’re calling all their friends. “Come to the pizza party,” says Kelly. “Great!” say their friends.

3 Read the text again. Circle True or False. 1 Kelly and Ken are at Kelly’s house.

True / False

2 They are making a big salad.

True / False

3 It’s Kelly’s birthday.

True / False

4 Kelly’s inviting her friends.

True / False

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4

kitchen bathroom dining room garage

red and orange ham and cheese red and green big

pizza salad apple pie jello

parents friends teachers grandparents

5 Use the information in Exercise 4 and the model in Excercise 2 to write about the food your friends are making. and

are in the

making a / an

at

. They’re making a .

It’s “Come to the

birthday and they’re calling all their party”, says

. .

6 Ask your teacher to check your paragraph and write a final version of it on a piece of cardboard. Make a drawing to illustrate your friends’ preparations.

7 Read your paragraph aloud and display it on a visible place of your classroom.

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Listen and point. Say the words and phrases.

set the table

brownies

wash the dishes

pour the drinks

potato chips

soda

serve the food

sausages

2 Look at the pictures. Write sentences.

1 He’s

setting the table

.

2 He’s

.

3 He’s

.

4 He’s

.

3 Answer the questions. .

2 It’s round and yellow. What is it?

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1 Look at the picture and answer the questions.

Are the girls eating hamburgers or pizza?

1 Are the girls eating hamburgers or pizza?

They’re eating pizza

.

2 Are the boys drinking soda or milk? .

3 Are Mom and Dad setting the table or washing the dishes? .

4 Are Grandpa and Grandma making apple pie or jello? . Unscramble the questions.

1 making pizza he a Is? .

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2 she bird Is rescuing a? .

3 an he Is e-mail answering? .

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1 What is the topic of the song? 2 What words can you hear in a song about this topic? Write a list.

2 Match the words that rhyme.

cake

apple

wobble mistake chips sausage gobble caramels lips pie 3 Complete the song with the words in Exercise 2. The Jello men. Look at the Jello men, Going wobble, , They’re in the kitchen, Going gobble, ,

. .

Are they eating Are they eating cake? Are they eating sausages? Now that’s a big .

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Are they eating pizza now? Are they eating chips? No, look, they’re eating caramels. They’re sticking to their .

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apple pie

kitchen men

cake caramels chips 6

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pizza sausages

Draw pictures of the food in the song.


the restaurant 1 Choose food from the menu for each person and draw it on the plates.

2 Talk about the restaurant.

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Unit Test 7 Points __ / 3

1 Unscramble the food words and draw pictures. 1

2

3

m e n o l a e d

a m h g b e u r r

z p z a i

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Listen and read the picture story. Complete it.

2

washing the dishes brownies soda

potato chips pour the drinks setting the table sausages

Today is Jenny’s birthday. She’s having a party. Mom and . Are they making

Tina are making

? No, they aren’t. Dad and Tony are . Are they going to eat

? No, they aren’t. They’re and drink . Grandpa’s going to

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Points __ / 2

3 Look at the pictures. Write the questions for the answers. 1 ? No, they aren’t.

2 ? Yes, they are.

4

Look at the picture. Listen and answer Yes or No.

__ / 6

1 Yes / No 2 Yes / No 3 Yes / No 4 Yes / No 5 Yes / No 6 Yes / No

Total: __ / 18

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Listen to a description of a typical day.

Read a diary.

Tell the time.

Talk about time and activities.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 102 and answer the questions. 1 What can you see?

3 What do you do in the morning?

2 What are the children doing?

4 What do you do at night?

2 Match the words and the pictures.

morning night Do you remember?

1 Write the missing numbers.

two

six

2 twenty

eight

thirty

20

forty

2 Complete the sentences.

He’s

.

They’re

.

He’s

.

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8

in the morning from

6 a.m. to noon

in the afternoon from noon to

in the evening from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

6 p.m.

at night from

9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

at midnight

early late

2 Write the words and phrases in Exercise 1.

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at noon 12 o’clock in the day

12 o’clock at night


1

What time is it? It’s 2 o’clock.

Listen and write the times under the clocks.

1

It’s one o’clock

2

.

3

.

5

.

4

.

6

.

.

2 Draw the hands on the clocks.

1 It’s two o’clock.

3 It’s three o’clock.

5 It’s six o’clock.

2 It’s seven o’clock.

4 It’s eight o’clock.

6 It’s eleven o’clock.

3 Say the times.

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1 1

It’s midnight.

2 It’s 1 o’clock in the afternoon.

3 It’s 10 o´clock at night.

4 It’s noon.

5

It’s 6 o´clock in the evening.

It’s 8 o’clock in the morning.

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Listen about Wilomena the Witch and Wilfred the Wizard. Check your ideas in Exercise 1. Listen again. Circle the correct option.

1 Wilfred prepares their breakfast / snack. 2 Wilomena plays with her sisters / friends. 3 Wilfred the Wizard makes a spider omelet / sandwich. 4 Wilomena the Witch eats a delicious snake / spider sandwich. 5 Wilfred reads a book / letter. 6 Wilomena sleeps / reads. Answer the questions.

1 What time does Wilfred prepare breakfast?

. 2 What time does Wilomena eat a sandwich?

. 3 What time does Wilfred read his book?

. 4 What time does Wilomena sleep?

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What time is it? It’s 1 o’clock, 2 o’clock, 3 o’clock, wow! What time is it? Tell me now. It’s 4 o’clock, 5 o’clock, 6 o’clock, stop! What time is it? Look at the clock. It’s 7 o’clock, 8 o’clock, 9 o’clock, wait! What time is it? It’s very late. It’s 10 o’clock, 11 o’clock, 12 o’clock, hey! What time is it? Look, it’s noon. Yeah! It’s 1 o’clock, 2 o’clock, 3 o’clock, wow! What time is it? Tell me now. It’s 4 o’clock, 5 o’clock, 6 o’clock, stop! What time is it? Look at the clock. It’s 7 o’clock, 8 o’clock, 9 o’clock, wait! What time is it? It’s very late. It’s 10 o’clock, 11 o’clock, 12 o’clock, right! What time is it? Look, it’s midnight.

2 Say what you do at these times. Ask your friends.

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It’s 3 o’clock. What do you do at this time in the afternoon?

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Listen and point. Say the words.

1

have breakfast

do the chores

have dinner

get up

read a story

go to bed

have lunch

have recess

2 Look at the picture clues and write the words. 1

have lunch

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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1

1

It’s time for lunch. It’s time to go to bed.

3

It’s time for

It’s time for

.

2

.

4

It’s time for

It’s time for

.

.

2 Complete the sentences. 1 It’s 6 o’clock in the morning. .

It’s time to

2 It’s 3 o’clock in the afternoon. .

3 It’s 7 o’clock in the evening. .

4 It’s 8 o’clock at night. . Match the verbs with the correct nouns.

2 set

the dishes

3 wash

the drinks

4 serve

the table

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Look at the pictures. Complete the words.

1

Bobby Bounce’s Diary

Monday, June 15th Today’s Friday

It’s 4 o’clock in the afternoon. I’m eating a snack and watching TV.

1 sc

2 ca en a

d l

3 d a y

2 Look at the pictures in Sam’s Diary in Exercise 3. Answer the questions. 1 What day is it? 2 What time is it?

Listen and read about Sam’s day. Check your ideas in Exercise 2.

3

Sunday, September 28th .

Today’s Sunday. It’s

. I’m wearing my

.

and my

calling me.“It’s time for

.

.

It’s time to

.

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4

1 What’s Sam wearing? .

2 Where’s Sam? .

3 What’s he doing? .

Write about your day in your diary. Draw pictures.

5

6 Revise and ask your teacher to correct your text. Write a final version of it in your notebook.

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7 Read to your friends about your day.

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the time 1 Draw pictures of you doing different activities around the clock.

2 Talk about the time.

What are they doing?

It’s time to get up.

It’s 5 o’clock.

Is she reading?

He’s doing his homework.

What do you do at 5 o’clock?

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It’s 6 o’clock.

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1 Match the times and the clocks. 1 It’s nine o’clock. 2 It’s noon. 3 It’s four o’clock. 4 It’s one o’clock.

__ / 2

2 Complete the question about the time. What

is

Listen and draw the times on the clocks. Match them to the activities.

3

1

2

3

4

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Points

4

Listen and read about Tim’s typical day. Answer the questions. Tim

at 7 o’clock in the morning. At 8 o’clock, he

__ / 6

and

then goes to school. . He eats a sandwich and plays with his

At noon, he friends. He

at 2 o’clock when he returns home. and,

In the afternoon, he In the evening, he

and

at 9 o’clock and then

. his favorite program. He

at 10 o’clock.

1 What does Tim do at 8 o’clock in the morning? He

.

2 What does Tim do at 12 o’clock? .

3 What does Tim do from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.? and

.

and

.

4 What does Tim do at night?

5 Read the text again. Number the events in the correct order. have lunch do the homework

__ / 4

play with friends watch TV . Total: __ / 20

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Identify characteristics of clothes.

Read an e-mail.

Listen to a story about clothes.

Talk about your friends’ clothes.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 116. Answer the questions. 1 What are the children doing? 2 Are they wearing the same clothes? 3 Point and say the clothes.

2 Look at the children’s clothes on page 116 and identify the weather. Check (✓) the correct picture.

Do you remember?

1 Read the sentences. Draw pictures. 1 It’s rainy. She’s wearing a pink coat, blue pants, and red boots.

2 It’s hot. He’s wearing a red T-shirt, green shorts, and brown sandals.

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Listen and point. Say the sentences.

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9 Sneakers I’m wearing sneakers.

Shirt Look at my shirt.

Skirt Her skirt is pink.

sneakers

Hat Look at my hat.

Gloves Where are my gloves? Scarf My scarf is blue.

Jeans He’s wearing jeans.

2 Write the words in Exercise 1.

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Socks Where are my socks?


1 Help Leggy Lou complete the sentences about her clothes.

1 I have a

Look at my clothes. I have a red skirt.

yellow scarf

.

.

2

3

.

4

.

Complete the sentences.

1

It’s time for

.

2

It’s time for

.

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1

Nancy Barney Flip

Kenny Lucy 1 Where are the children? 2 Who is in the drawer? 3 Who is under the table? 4 Who is on the fridge?

2 Look at the picture story in Exercise 3. Check (✓) or cross (✗). Your hat is red.

2

My socks are green.

3

Your gloves are on the table.

4

Your scarf is yellow and green.

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Listen to the picture story and circle the correct option.

3

Look! This is my

. It’s

And look at the

. My

They’re

/

the

the

aren’t

. Is this your /

isn’t

are

. Where are your

. My

and

. Your /

. It’s . Your

the

. My

.

aren’t

? Oh, look. They’re

.

/

. They’re

? No, it isn’t. Oh yes. Your and

/

is

is

and

4

Listen to the story again and check your ideas in Exercise 2.

5

Write the story. Write words to replace the pictures.

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Look! This is my hat.

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1

It’s Luke’s hat. They’re Patty’s socks. They’re Luke’s gloves. It’s Patty’s scarf. 2 Look at the pictures in Exercise 1 and the e-mail in Exercise 3. Answer the questions.

1 What are Patty and Diego doing? 2 Why? Listen and read Patty’s e-mail. Check your ideas in Exercise 2.

3

becky@bouncemail.com pattypowerpuff@bouncemail.com

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Hi, Becky, I’m on vacation. I’m in Valdivia. Today is Friday and I’m in my bedroom. It’s five o’clock in the afternoon. I’m packing my clothes into a suitcase. I’m packing my skirt. It’s pink. I’m packing my socks and my scarf. My socks are green and my scarf is green and orange. My brother Diego is in his bedroom. He’s packing his clothes. He’s packing his sneakers, his shirt and his jeans. Diego’s sneakers are blue. His shirt is red and his jeans are blue. See you soon, Patty

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4 Read the e-mail again. Match the clothes to the correct suitcases.

Patty

Diego

5 Read the e-mail once more. Color the clothes. Draw pictures of your friends’ clothes. Talk about them.

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Anita’s socks are blue.

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Listen and point. Say the words.

sunglasses

slippers

robe

boots

pajamas

raincoat

2 Write the words in Exercise 1 in the correct shape.

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1 Match the pictures and the words.

They have dirty boots. Their boots are dirty.

big raincoats white sweaters small slippers short robes green sunglasses dirty boots green and pink swimsuits pink pajamas 2 Write sentences about the pictures in Exercise 1. 1 Look at the elephants.

Their boots are dirty

. .

3 Look at the ostriches.

.

4 Look at the hippos.

.

5 Look at the rhinos.

.

6 Look at the cats.

.

7 Look at the giraffes.

.

8 Look at the seals.

.

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2 Look at the dogs.

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Sing the song. Our house is big. Their house is small.

Our house, their house! Our house is big, Their house is small. Our trees are short, Their trees are tall.

2

Our house, their house! Our trees, their trees! Our dog, their dog! Big, small! Short, tall! Thin, fat! Mouse, cat!

Our dog is thin, Their dog is fat. We have a mouse, They have a cat.

Listen to the song again and complete the pictures.

3 Write what the girls say.

1 Our sunglasses are

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.

2

.


clothes 1 Match the clothes and the monsters. 1

1

7 4 2

5 6

3

8

2 Talk about the monsters’ clothes in Exercise 1.

His gloves are blue.

They’re his boots.

What color is the scarf?

He has five socks.

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Unit Test 9 Points __ / 6

1 Complete the words. Match the words to the pictures. 1 p 

 j 

2 b 

 

 t s

3 s 

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4 s c  5 6 s 

   l   e 

 m a s

 f  v 

 s

 k 

 

 s

__ / 4

2 Complete the sentences with words from the box. Match them to the pictures.

big

green

small

dirty

1 Our boots are

.

2 Their sunglasses are

.

3 Our raincoats are

.

4 Their slippers are

.

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Points

3

__ / 6

Listen and read Isabella’s e-mail. Draw the clothes she’s packing into her suitcase.

marian@bouncemail.com isabestfriend@bouncemail.com Hi, Marian! We are on vacation! It’s ten o’clock in the morning and I’m preparing my things to go to the seaside. I’m packing my clothes into a suitcase. I’m packing my blue shorts, my pink T-shirt and my brown sandals. I’m packing my yellow swimsuit, too! I’m packing my green jacket and my black boots in case the weather is rainy. Write you soon Isabella

4

Listen and number the pictures in the order they are mentioned.

__ / 4

Total: __ / 20

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Listen to a story.

Say what animals can do.

Read about smart animals.

Talk about animal abilities.


Getting ready 1 Look at the picture on Page 130 and answer the questions. 1 What is the topic of the unit? 2 What animals can you identify in it? 3 Where do they live?

2 Look at the picture. Point and say. Write the word. 1 Which animal can jump? 2 Which animal can swim? 3 Which animal can run? Do you remember?

1 Complete the names of the habitats.

1 O

3 a

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2 ju

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c

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2 Read and circle True or False. 1 Polar bears can jump.

True / False

2 Dolphins can’t run.

True / False

3 Chimpanzees can’t walk.

True / False

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Listen and point. Say the sentences.

BLM

10 Grizzly bears Grizzly bears sleep a lot.

Sharks Sharks are dangerous.

Toads Toads make a lot of noise.

Breathe I breathe with my nose and mouth.

Hop Rabbits hop.

2 Write the words in Exercise 1.

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Frogs Some frogs are green and red.

Communicates He communicates by e-mail.

Fly Birds fly.


1 Read and circle True or False.

Polar bears can swim. Rabbits can’t swim.

1 Eagles can fly. Penguins can’t fly.

True / False

2 Rabbits can’t swim. Polar bears can swim.

True / False

3 Chimpanzees can climb trees. Gorillas can’t climb trees.

True / False

4 Parrots can’t talk. Pelicans can talk.

True / False

5 Frogs can hop. Toads can’t hop.

True / False

2

1

4

3

5

2 Choose an animal. Say what it can and can’t do. Have your friends guess.

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It can’t breathe out of water. It can swim.

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1

1 What are the dolphins doing? 2 What other actions can dolphins do? Check (✔).

run

walk

eat

talk

fly

communicate

swim

2 Look up the meaning of smart in your dictionary. Do you think dolphins are smart?

3

Read and listen about dolphins. Check your ideas in Exercise 3. Dolphins are very smart animals. There is so much they can do. They can swim and they can dive. Dolphins live in the ocean, but they breathe out of the water. Dolphins love to play. They can do lots of tricks. They can play with balls and they can jump through hoops. Dolphins live in large groups called schools. They can communicate with all the other dolphins in their school. You can see dolphins in Chile, too,

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near La Serena and near Puerto Montt.

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4 Read the text again. Complete the chart Dolphins Can

5

Dolphins Can’t

Now, use the information in the box and write about elephants.

run walk live in the jungle swim in rivers carry trees with their trunks stand on two legs live in groups called herds communicate Elephants are very smart animals. There is so much they can do. They can run and they can

6 Find information about things that your favorite animal can / can’t do and write a paragraph following the model in Exercises 3 and 5. Get photos or illustrations to illustrate your work.

7 Read your paragraph aloud to your classmates. Stick your works on the walls

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of your classroom.

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Listen and number the pictures in the correct order.

He / She can see. He / She can’t see.

2

Complete the text with can and can’t. Jim

go out alone. He

see the cars because he is

blind and it’s dangerous. Twinkle, his guide dog, Twinkle Jim

see the cars.

help Jim in the street. find his classroom at school. It’s a very big school.

Twinkle

find the classroom. It’s on the second floor. It’s room 26.

Twinkle

do math, but Jim

. Twinkle sleeps in Jim’s

math class under his desk. Jim

take Twinkle for a walk, but Twinkle

for a walk. She takes him for long walks every evening. “Hey, Twinkle! Don’t run! Slow down!”

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3 Read about Jim and Twinkle with a friend.

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take Jim


Listen and point. Say the words.

1

forward

backward

right

left

2

upside down

fingers

inside out

toes

Sing the song.

Inside out and upside down! Inside out and upside down! Upside down and inside out! Three steps forward and two to the right, Four steps backward, Now close your eyes tight! Wiggle your fingers and wiggle your toes, Step to the left, That’s how it goes!

3 Match the lines of the song and the pictures.

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Write sentences about what you can and can’t do.

I can hop on my right foot. I can’t hop on my left foot.

1

.

2

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3

.

4

.

5

.

6

.

I can hold a pencil with my toes. I can’t hop on my right foot. I can say the alphabet backward. I can draw around my fingers. I can put my sweater on inside out. I can’t jump backward and forward six times.

Read and draw.

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1 His socks are blue.

3 Her socks are red.

2 His hat is orange.

4 Her hat is purple.

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Answer the questions.

1 Look at the pictures and point. Who is Maisie? 2 Read the name of the story and point. Who are Maisie’s friends? 3 Look at the pictures and write. What three things can Maisie do?

2 Order the pictures. Write a number. Oh, no!

Crash!

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3

MAISIE’S FRIENDS 1

2

Oh, no!

Crash! Maisie is a smart little monkey. She can run and she can jump. She can climb to the top of the trees where the fruit is really delicious. Today she is looking for bananas for her breakfast. She’s hungry!

1 3

Now Maisie can’t run. She can’t jump. She can’t climb to the top of the trees. She can’t find bananas and she’s very, very hungry. Poor Maisie. Now she can’t have breakfast!

4

But look! All of Maisie’s friends are here! Jacko has pineapples for Maisie. Chicko has some grapes. And Primula has a bunch of bananas! Now Maisie can have her breakfast after all!

Maisie is eating her breakfast now. How delicious! Smart little monkeys are never alone. Maisie has a lot of fantastic friends. And a delicious breakfast, too!

Read the story aloud. Write a sentence about Maisie.

4

Maisie can

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abilities 1 Draw yourself in the correct places in the ability circle.

dive

swim

jump

fly

2 Talk about abilities.

Parrots can fly and they can jump.

What’s that? It’s a penguin.

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Rabbits can’t swim and they can’t fly.

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Fish and dolphins can swim.

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Unit Test 10 Points __ / 4 6

1 Complete the sentences with can / can’t. 1 Parrots

talk.

2 Grizzly bears

swim under water.

3 Frogs

hop.

4 Sharks

breathe out of water.

__ / 2

2 Write sentences to say what these animals can do.

1

. 2

3 Complete the words. Match them to the correct pictures. 1 l  2

 f   a c k 

3 f o  4

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Points

4

Read and listen about these animals and answer the questions.

__ / 5 __ / 6

Cheetahs can run very fast. They can run at 100 km/h. They live in Africa. Whales live in the sea. Whales can stay underwater for 20 minutes without breathing. The camel lives in both Asia and North Africa. They can live for long periods without water. The camel is also a very strong animal. Elephants have long trunks The elephant can use its nose to smell things in the air. Elephants can’t jump but they can swim and run at 40 km/h.

1 Which animal can run fast?

.

2 Which animal can live for many days without water? .

3 Which animal can swim underwater for 20 minutes? .

5

4 Which animal cannot jump?

.

5 Which animal can smell things in the air?

. __ / 5

Listen to Mandy talking about her friends. Check (✓) what they can do and cross (✗) what they can’t do. run fast

jump backward

hop on right foot

Jen Kay Sue Total: __ / 20

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THEMATIC INDEX Topics and vocabulary • Personal information

Page 4, 15

• Months of the year

My birthday is in

6, 15

• Personal appearance

18, 29

• Personal characteristics

20, 29

• School subjects

34, 43

• Days of the week

Monday Tuesday Sunday Thursday Friday Wednesday Saturday

38, 43

• Preferences

36, 37, 42

• Actions

48, 57, 62, 71, 76, 85

• Free time activities

49, 51, 54, 55, 62, 71

• Numbers

23

• Ordinal numbers

25

30

70 100

The fourth month is April.

67, 68 11, 12, 13

• Animals

20, 26, 74, 85

• Food

90, 99

• Actions related to food

91, 99

• The time

104, 113

• Parts of the day

104, 106

• Every day actions

109, 113

• Clothes and accessories

118, 127

• Colors

121, 125

• Abilities

133, 136, 138, 141

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GLOSSARY Un i

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along halfway backwards

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big clean cold dad dirty draw duck fat find out friend

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mantener compás mes diversión

stamp

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Página 5 Getting ready Ej. 1 They are introducing each other. Ej. 2 Hi! What’s your name? / What’s your last name? / Hi! I’m Benny. / My last name is Bounce. Do you remember? Ej. 1 torta de cumpleaños – birthday / árbol de pascua – Christmas / calabaza – Halloween / bandera de Chile – Independence Day / huevo de pascua – Easter. Ej. 2 Easter – Independence Day – Halloween – Christmas (los estudiantes ubicarán sus cumpleaños según cada caso) Página 7 Ej. 1 December: Christmas / May: Mother’s Day / June : Father’s Day / February: Valentine’s Day / April: Easter / September: Independence Day Ej. 2 Las oraciones de los estudiantes variarán de acuerdo a sus propias experiencias. Página 8 Ej. 1 January / February / March / April / May / June / July / August / September / October / November / December Ej. 2 say / sing / fun / feet / months Página 9 Ej. 3 January – February – March – April – May – June – July – August – September – October – November – December December – November – October – September – August – July – June – May – April – March – February – January Ej. 4 Los estudiantes hacen un dibujo de su fiesta de cumpleaños y escriben la fecha. Ej. 5 Los estudiantes dicen cuando es su cumpleaños y le preguntan a sus compañeros.

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Página 10 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes hacen un dibujo que represente el Día de la Independencia y el Día de la Madre. Luego, escriben el mes que corresponde a cada una de estas celebraciones. Ej. 2 Los estudiantes conversan sobre los meses de las celebraciones. Página 11 Ej. 1 first – January / second – February / third – March / fourth – April / fifth – May / sixth – June / seventh – July / eighth – August / ninth – September / tenth – October / eleventh – November / twelfth - December. Ej. 2 1 January. 2 February. 3 March. 4 April. 5 May. 6 June. 7 July. 8 August. Página 12 Ej. 1 1 The first month is January. 2 The second month is February. 3 The third month is March. 4 The fourth month is April. 5 The fifth month is May. 6 The sixth month is June. 7 The seventh month is July. 8 The eighth month is August. 9 The ninth month is September. 10 The tenth month is October. 11 The eleventh month is November. 12 The twelfth month is December. Ej. 2 1 The eighth month is August. 2 The twelfth month is December. Página 13 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes miran la ilustración y expresan sus ideas sobre lo que creen que están haciendo Bobby Bounce y Fernando. Ej. 2 March – third / July – seventh / September – ninth / December – twelfth Ej. 3 Los estudiantes leen el cuestionario y confirman sus ideas.


Página 14 Ej. 4 Los estudiantes contestan el cuestionario con su propia información. Ej. 5 Los estudiantes completan el párrafo con la información del cuestionario. Página 15 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes se dibujan a ellos mismos en la ilustración y escriben la fecha de su cumpleaños. Ej. 2 Los estudiantes conversan con sus compañeros usando las pistas en el recuadro. Página 16 Unit Test 1 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes pintan: 1 segunda manzana amarilla. 2 quinta manzana roja. 3 octava manzana verde. 4 décima manzana café. Ej. 2 1 November. 2 March. 3 September. Ej. 3 1 December (árbol de pascua). 2 February (caja de bombones). 3 October (calabaza). Ej. 4 1 False. 2 True. 3 False. 4 False. 5 True. Ej. 5 1 May / October / Halloween. 2. June / September.

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Página 22 Ej. 1 1 old. 2 sad. 3 beautiful. 4 tall. 5 clean. 6 small. 7 fat. 8 ugly. Ej. 2 Las respuestas variarán. Oriéntelas hacia cualquiera de estas: 1 They have an old gorilla. 2 They have a sad camel. 3 They have a beautiful snake. 4 They have a tall flamingo. 5 They have a clean bear. 6 They have a small zebra. 7 They have a fat hippopotamus. 8 They have an ugly parrot. Página 23 Ej. 1 1 eleven. 2 thirteen. 3 snakes. 4 camels. 5 nineteen. 6 He has / gorillas. 7 ten / four. Página 24 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes dibujan: 1 un cerdo sucio. 2 un mono feliz. 3 un elefante pequeño. Ej. 2 1 Percy Pig. 2 Martha Monkey. 3 Ellie Elephant. Página 25 Ej. 4 1 third. 2 first. 3 second. Ej. 5 Los estudiantes escriben un párrafo describiendo a Cookie Cat, siguiendo el modelo de los textos en el Ejercicio 2. Página 26 Ej. 1 1 They aren’t beautiful. They’re ugly. 2 They aren’t ugly. They’re beautiful. 3 They aren’t short. They’re tall. 4 They aren’t big. They’re small. 5 They aren’t young. They’re old. 6 They aren’t old. They’re young. Página 27 Ej. 1 young / thin / beautiful Ej. 2 Los estudiantes se dibujan a sí mismos en un espejo normal y en uno mágico, y escriben descripciones para cada dibujo. Página 28 Ej. 4 Los estudiantes reportan la historia guiándose por el ejemplo dado.

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Ej. 5 Los estudiantes remplazan los adjetivos en el globo de texto y cuentan su propia versión de la historia. Página 29 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes dibujan algunos patitos, un oso gordo, y una anciana en la ilustración. Ej. 2 Las respuestas variarán. Guíelas hacia, por ejemplo: 2 They’re clean. 3 Look at the monkeys. They’re dirty. 4 Look at the girl. She’s sad. 5 Look at the giraffe. It’s tall. 6 Look at the children. They’re happy. Ej. 3 Las respuestas variarán de acuerdo a la información en el Ejercicio 2. Página 30 Unit Test 2 Ej. 1 young / beautiful / fat / old / ugly / thin Ej. 2 1 eleven. 2 fifteen. 3 gorillas. 4 parrots. Ej. 3 1 gorilla. 2 flamingo. 3 bear. 4 zebra. Ej. 4 1 beautiful. 2 tall. 3 old. 4 young. 5 ugly. 6 small.

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Página 33 Getting ready Ej. 1 1 at school. 2 a book of History. Ej. 2 Los estudiantes encierran en un círculo: el pincel, los libros, la pelota de basketball, el globo terráqueo Do you remember? Ej. 1 1 paint. 2 count. 3 draw. 4 write. 5 read. 6 play. Página 35 Ej. 1 1 history, 2 science, 3 art, 4 reading, 5 geography, 6 sports, 7 English. Ej. 2 Los estudiantes dibujan sobre la repisa en este orden: un libro de historia, uno de ciencias, uno de lectura, uno de geografía, uno sobre deportes y otro de inglés. Ej. 3 Las respuestas variarán de acuerdo a los intereses de los estudiantes.

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Página 36 Ej. 1 physical education; science; math; geography; history; English. Ej. 2 art; reading. Ej. 3 I don’t like art and reading. Ej. 4 Las respuestas variarán según las preferencias de los estudiantes. Página 37 Bounce Back. 1 They aren’t ugly. They’re beautiful. 2 They aren’t big. They’re small. 3 They aren’t young. They’re old. Página 38 Ej. 2 1 Thursday. 2 Wednesday. 3 Monday. 4 Friday. 5 Tuesday. 6 Saturday. Página 39 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes completan el cuadro según su propio horario escolar. Ej. 2 Los estudiantes escriben el día en que tienen el ramo escolar representado en las ilustraciones (matemáticas, inglés, historia). Página 40 Ej. 4 geography – Friday. reading – Tuesday. math – Thursday. science – Monday. Ej. 5 1 It’s on Wednesdays. 2 It’s on Fridays. 3 It’s on Thursdays. 4 It’s on Mondays. 5 It’s on Saturdays and Sundays. 6 It’s on Tuesdays. Página 41 Ej. 1 1 Tommy and Annie. 2 She’s doing homework. 3 He’s watching television. Ej. 2 Las respuestas variarán según las predicciones de los estudiantes. Página 42 Ej. 5 Tuesday - science ; Thursday - math; Friday geography Página 43 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes dibujan su horario escolar. Ej. 2 Los estudiantes escriben oraciones sobre su horario escolar. Ej. 3 Los estudiantes conversan sobre el horario escolar de acuerdo a la información en los Ejercicios 1 y 2


Página 44 Unit Test 3 Ej. 1 Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday. Ej. 2 1 It’s on Fridays. 2 It’s on Mondays. 3 It’s on Thursdays. 4 It’s on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 5 It’s on Tuesdays and Fridays. 6 It’s on Mondays. 7 It’s on Wednesdays. Ej. 3 1 English. 2 science. 3 reading. 4 geography. 5 art. 6 history. 7 physical education. 8 math. Ej. 4 Monday math

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Página 47 Getting ready Ej. 1 1 beach. 2 happy. Do you remember? Ej. 1 1 3, 1, 2, 4 Página 49 Ej. 1 1 niño y niña comprando helados. 2 niños nadando. 3 niño y niña haciendo castillos de arena. 4 niños jugando en la arena. 5 madre e hija durmiendo. 6 niñas riendo. Ej. 2 1 1: niño y niña comprando helados. 2 6: niñas riendo. 3 4: niños jugando en la arena. 4 5: madre e hija durmiendo. 5 3: niño y niña haciendo castillos de arena. 6 2: niños nadando. Ej. 3 Las respuestas variarán. Ej. 4 Los estudiantes dibujan dos personas más en la playa y le cuentan a sus compañeros lo que están haciendo. Página 50 Ej. 1 1 buying ice cream cones. 2 they doing? building sandcastles. 3 What are they doing? They’re swimming.

Bounce Back. Las respuestas variarán según el horario de los estudiantes. Página 51 Ej. 1 3 It’s a postcard. Ej. 2 1 at the beach. 2 having fun. 3 Mandy is wearing a yellow T-shirt. Ej. 4 Lucy: la niña haciendo un castillo de arena. Andy: niño con traje de baño rojo y Mary Jo: niña con traje de baño verde. Dad: señor tomando sol en la arena. Mandy: niña con polera amarilla. Página 52 Ej. 5 Los estudiantes siguen el modelo del texto de lectura y completan la postal con la información en el recuadro. Ej. 6 Los estudiantes hacen un dibujo para la postal que escribieron. Página 53 Ej. 2 1 holding. (dibujo de monos acarreando plátanos). 2 trumpet. (dibujo de perros tocando la trompeta). 3 seals. (dibujo de focas nadando). 4 kissing. (dibujo de entrenadores besando a las focas). Página 54 Ej. 1 1 feeding the trainers. 2 They aren’t dancing. The dolphins are dancing. 3 They aren’t holding the trumpets. The seals are holding the trumpets. Página 55 Ej. 1 y 2 Las respuestas variarán según las predicciones de los estudiantes. Página 56 Ej. 3 Texto 1 – cuadro 3; Texto 2 – cuadro 4; Texto 3 – cuadro 1; Texto 4 – cuadro 2 Ej. 4 He’s taking a picture. Ej. 5 Los estudiantes hacen mímica de las siguientes acciones: 1 comer sándwiches. 2 bailar. 3 alimentar a los delfines. 4 tomar una foto.

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Ej. 2 1 Hello? 2 Hi, Kelly. What are you doing? 3 Hi, Simon. I’m listening to music. What are you doing? 4 I’m making a snack. 5 A snack? 6 Yes, I’m making apple cookies. 7 Apple cookies! Wow! Wait for me! Página 65 Ej. 3 making a snack: Simon; listening to music: Kelly; calling a friend: Kelly and Simon Página 66 Ej. 1 1 Eddie. 2 Mark 3 Nicola 4 Dan Bounce Back. 1 isn’t sleeping. 2 ‘s listening to music. Página 67 Ej. 2 1 24 / twenty- four. 2 29 / twenty- nine. 3 30 / thirty. 4 50 / fifty. 5 100 / one hundred. 6 21 / twenty- one. Página 68 Ej. 1 2. 43. 3. 50. 4. 34. 5. 52. Página 69 Ej. 1 1 iii. 2 iii. 3 i. 4 ii. Página 70 Ej. 3 sleeping (✗); doing homework (✗); reading a book (✔); watching TV (✗); listening to music (✗); talking with my brother (✔) Ej. 4 Dear cyberfriend, I’m at home. I’m not watering the plants and I’m not cleaning my bedroom. I’m not calling a friend. I’m making a snack and watching television. Ej. 5 Las respuestas variarán. Página 72 Unit Test 5 Ej. 1 1 I’m cleaning my room. (dormitorio). 2 I’m listening to music. (niño con audífonos). 3 I’m doing my homework. (niño haciendo tareas). 4 I’m watching television. (televisión).


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Página 75 Getting ready Ej. 1 1 cat, dog, rabbit, iguana, bear, snake, tiger, birds Ej. 2 1 At the hospital. 2 They’re sick. 3 They’re rescuing a bird. Do you remember? Ej. 1 1 fire fighter. 2 doctor. 3 dentist. 4 nurse. Ej. 2 ✔, ✗ Página 77 Ej. 1 1 No, he isn’t. 2 Yes, it is. 3 No, she isn’t. 4 Yes, he is. Ej. 2 1 Is she carrying a bag? 2 Is he running after the dog? Página 78 Ej. 1 Los estudiantes miran las ilustraciones y expresan sus ideas. Ej. 2 1ª oración – 3ª ilustración. 2ª oración – 1ª ilustración. 3ª oración – 4ª ilustración. 4ª oración – 2ª ilustración. Página 79 Ej. 4 2 – 3 – 4 – 1 Ej. 5 1 Mrs. Dodd’s neighbor. 2 In Mrs. Dodd’s yard. 3 She’s running after the bear. 4 Mrs. Dodd’s umbrella. Página 80 Ej. 1 Las respuestas variarán según la elección de los estudiantes.

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7 In picture A, the driver is driving the ambulance. In picture B, the driver is talking. 8 In picture A, the secretary is answering the phone. In picture B, the secretary is using the computer. Página 86 Unit Test 6 Ej. 1 1 climb. 2 umbrella. 3 run after. 4 take. Ej. 2 1 ilustración de la niña con el bolso. 2 ilustración del hombre abriendo la puerta. 3 ilustración del niño tomando la manzana del escritorio de la profesora. Ej. 3 1 No, she isn’t. 2 Yes, he is. Ej. 4 1 B. 2 A. 3 B. 4 B. 5 A. Ej. 5 1 True. 2 False. 3 False. 4 False. 5 False.

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Página 89 Getting ready Ej. 1 1 In the kitchen. 2 Mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, brother, sister. 3 They’re drinking sodas. 4 They’re eating pizza. Ej. 2 bathroom, kitchen, living room, dining room. Do you remember? Ej. 1 1 No 2 No Página 91 Ej. 1 1 apple pie? / they are. 2 Jello? / No, they aren’t. 3 lemonade? / Yes, they are. 4 hamburgers? / Yes, they are. Ej. 2 1 Are they drinking milk? 2 Are they eating apple pie / hamburgers / pizza? Página 92 Ej. 2 1 Vasos de limonada. 2 Hamburguesas. 3 Jalea. Página 93 Ej. 1 1 In the kitchen. 2 He’s making a pizza. 3 She’s calling a friend. 4 Las respuestas variarán.

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Ej. 3 1 False. 2 False. 3 True. 4 True. Página 94 Ej. 4 Las respuestas variarán. Página 95 Ej. 2 1 setting the table. 2 washing the dishes. 3 pouring the drinks. 4 serving the food. Ej. 3 1 It’s a brownie. 2 It’s a potato chip. Página 96 Ej. 1 1 They’re eating pizza. 2 They’re drinking milk. 3 They’re washing the dishes. 4 They’re making apple pie. Bounce Back 1 Is he making a pizza? 2 Is she rescuing a bird? 3 Is he answering an e-mail? Página 97 Ej. 1 1 Food. 2 Las respuestas variarán. Ej. 2 gobble – wobble; cake – mistake; chips – lips Ej. 3 wobble, wobble, gobble, gobble, apple pie, mistake, lips. Página 98 Ej. 5 (1) men, (2) kitchen, (3) apple pie, (4) cake, (5) sausages, (6) pizza, (7) chips, (8) caramels. Página 99 Ej. 1 Las respuestas variarán. Página 100 Unit Test 7 Ej. 1 1 lemonade (limonada). 2 hamburger (hamburguesa). 3 pizza (pizza). Ej. 2 brownies, sausages, setting the table, washing the dishes, potato chips, soda, pour the drinks. Ej. 3 1 Are they making hamburgers? 2 Are they washing the dishes? Ej. 4 1 Yes. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Yes. 5 Yes. 6 No.


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Página 103 Getting ready Ej. 1 1 Las respuestas variarán. Ej. 2 morning (niño levantándose); night (niño durmiendo) Do you remember? Ej. 1 6, 8, 30, 40 Ej. 2 He’s making a snack. They’re drinking milk. He’s sleeping. Página 105 Ej. 1 1 It’s one o’clock. 2 It’s nine o’clock. 3 It’s four o’clock. 4 It’s ten o’clock. 5 It’s five o’clock. 6 It’s noon. Ej. 2 1 Las 2 2 Las 7. 3 Las 3. 4 Las 8. 5 Las 6. 6 Las 11. Página 106 Ej. 1 1 It’s noon. 2 It’s 8 o’clock in the morning. 3 It’s 6 o’clock in the evening. 4 It’s 1 o’clock in the afternoon. 5 It’s midnight. 6 It’s 10 o’clock at night. Página 107 Ej. 3 1 breakfast. 2 friends. 3 omelet. 4 snake. 5 book. 6 sleeps. Ej. 4 1 At 8 o’clock in the morning. 2 At 6 o’clock in the evening. 3 At 10 o’clock at night. 4 At midnight. Página 108 Ej. 2 Las respuestas variarán. Página 109 Ej. 2 1 have lunch 2 go to bed. 3 have breakfast. 4 get up. 5 do the chores. 6 Have recess. 7 read a story. 8 have dinner. Página 110 Ej. 1 1 (reloj en las 7:00) breakfast. 2 (reloj en las 10:00) recess. 3 (reloj en la 1:00) lunch. 4 (reloj en las 8:00) dinner.

Ej. 2 1 get up. 2 It’s time for recess. 3 It’s time to have dinner. 4 It’s time to go to bed. Bounce Back 1 pour the drinks. 2 set the table. 3 wash the dishes. 4 serve the food. Página 111 Ej. 1 1 schedule. 2 calendar. 3 diary. Ej. 2 1 September 28th. 2 It’s two o’clock. Página 112 Ej. 4 1 He’s wearing his red shorts and his green T-shirt. 2 In his bedroom. 3 He’s doing his homework. Ej. 5 Las respuestas variarán. Página 114 Unit Test 8 Ej. 1 1 reloj que marca las 9. 2 reloj que marca las 12. 3 reloj que marca las cuatro. 4 reloj que marca la una. Ej. 2 What time is it? 2 las siete

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2 Tiempo caluroso. Una niña con una polera roja, shorts verdes y sandalias café. Página 119 Ej. 1 1 I have a yellow scarf 2 I have blue socks. 3 I have purple gloves. 4 I have a red skirt. Bounce Back 1 breakfast/ dinner. 2 lunch. Página 120 Ej. 1 1 In the kitchen. 2 Flip. 3 Kenny and Lucy. 4 Nancy. Ej. 2 1 ✗. 2 ✔. 3 ✔. 4 ✔. Página 121 Ej. 3 azul, verde, anaranjado, sobre, amarillo y verde. Ej. 5 Look! This is my hat. It’s red. Your hat isn’t red. It’s blue. And look at the socks. My socks are green. Your socks aren’t green. They’re orange. Where are your gloves? Oh, look. They’re on the table. My gloves aren’t on the table. They’re under the chair. Is this your scarf? No, it isn’t. Oh, yes. Your scarf is yellow and green. My scarf is yellow and red. Let’s go out and play! Página 122 Ej. 1

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It’s Luke’s hat. Patty’s socks. Ej. 2 1 They’re packing their clothes. 2 They’re on vacation. Página 123 Ej. 4 Patty: pollera, calcetines, bufanda. Diego: zapatillas, camisa, jeans. Ej. 5 pollera rosada, calcetines verdes, bufanda verde y anaranjado, zapatillas azules, camisa roja, jeans azules. Ej. 6 Las respuestas variarán. Página 124 Ej. 2 En la luna: robe, slippers, pajamas. En el sol: sunglasses, vest. En la gota de lluvia: boots, raincoat.

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Página 125 Ej. 1 Rinocerontes – big raincoats. Gatos – green sunglasses. Avestruces – pink pajamas. Perros – small slippers. Jirafas – short robes. Hipopótamos – green and pink swimsuits. Focas – white sweaters. Ej. 2 1 Their boots are dirty. 2 Their slippers are small. 3 Their pajamas are pink. 4 Their swimsuits are green and pink. 5 Their raincoats are big. 6 Their sunglasses are green. 7 Their robes are short. 8 Their sweaters are white. Página 126 Ej. 2 Junto a la casa más grande: Dibujo de unos árboles bajos, un perro flaco y un ratón. Junto a la casa más pequeña: Dibujo de unos árboles altos, un perro gordo y un gato. Ej. 3 1 small. 2 Our boots are big. Página 127 Ej. 1 1 Lentes oscuros 2 Camisa amarilla. 3 Botas rojas. 4 Guantes. 5 Sombrero con dos agujeros. 6 Calcetines. 7 Bufanda 8 Gorro triangular. Página 128 Unit Test 9 Ej. 1 1 pijamas. 2 boots. 3 shirt. 4 scarf. 5 gloves. 6 sneakers. Ej. 2 1 dirty. 2 green. 3 big. 4 small. ,

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t 10 i n U Página 131 Getting Ready Ej. 1 1 Las respuestas variarán. Ej. 2 1 the dolphin. 2 the dolphin. 3 the elephant. Do you remember? Ej. 1 1 ocean. 2 jungle. 3 antarctic. 4 desert. Ej. 2 1 False. 2 True. 3 False. Página 133 Ej. 1 1 True 2 True. 3 False. 4 False. 5 True. Página 134 Ej. 1 1 They’re jumping. 2 communicate; swim. Ej. 2 Las respuestas variarán. Página 135 Ej. 4 Dolphins can: swim, dive, do tricks, play, jump, communicate. Ej. 5 Elephants are very smart animals. There is so much they can do. They can run and they can walk. Elephants live in the jungle, and they swim in rivers. Elephants love to play. They can do lots of tricks. They can carry trees with their trunks and they can stand on two legs. Elephants live in groups called herds. They can communicate with all the other elephants in their herds. You can see elephants in Chile, too, in zoos.

Twinkle can find the classroom. It’s on the second floor. It’s room 26. Twinkle can’t do math, but Jim can. Twinkle sleeps in Jim’s math class under his desk. Jim can’t take Twinkle for a walk, but Twinkle can take Jim for a walk. She takes him for long walks every evening. “Hey, twinkle! Don’t run! Slow down!” Página 138 Bounce Back 1 calcetines azules. 2 sombrero anaranjado. 3 calcetines rojos. 4 sombrero morado. Página 139 Ej. 1 1 la monita de la historia. 2 los otros animales. 3 eat bananas, sleep, swing. Página 140 Ej. 4 Maisie can run / jump / climb to the top of the trees. Página 142 Unit Test 10 Ej. 1 1 can. 2 can’t. 3 can. 4 can’t. Ej. 2 1 Penguins can’t fly. 2 Polar bears can swim. Ej. 3 1 left. 2 backward. 3 forward. 4 right. Ej. 4 1 Cheetahs. 2 Camels. 3 Whales. 4 Elephants. 5 Elephants. Ej. 5 1 Jen can run fast. Jen can’t jump backward. Kay can run fast. Sue can’t run fast. She can hop on her right foot.

Página 136 Ej. 1 1 Jim y Twinkle esperando para cruzar la calle. 2 Twinkle guiando a Jim a su sala en el colegio. 3 Twinkle durmiendo en la clase de matemática. 4 Jim y Twinkle de paseo. Ej. 2 Jim can’t go out alone. He can’t see the cars because he is blind and it’s dangerous. Twinkle, his guide dog, can see the cars. Twinkle can help Jim in the street. Jim can’t find his classroom at school. It’s a very big school.

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Unit 3: Game with numbers 11 to 20 • http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ language-games/hangman/days-the-week • http://www.cambridge.org/elt/connect2e/ connectarcade/ (Go to Book 1, Unit 6 “School Subjects”) Unit 4: Present continuous / vocabulary • http://www.cambridge.org/us/esl/venturesadulted/ venturesarcade/index.html (Go to Book 1, Unit 3, “What are you doing” and “Present continuous Yes/No Questions) • http://www.eslgamesworld.com/members/games/ grammar/present%20tenses/present%20 progressive%20hangman.html Unit 5:Actions (everyday verbs) • http://www.cambridge.org/us/esl/venturesadulted/ venturesarcade/index.html (Go to Book Basic, Unit 10 Leisure, “aroundthe house”) • http://www.cambridge.org/elt/connect2e/ connectarcade/ (Go to Book 2, Unit 2, “Our daily routines”) Unit 6:(Vocab and present continuous) • http://www.cambridge.org/elt/connect2e/ connectarcade/ (Go to Book 2, Unit 5 Favorite Activities, Present Continuous activities) • http://www.eslgamesworld.com/members/games/ grammar/present%20tenses/new/present%20 progressive%20spelling.html Unit 7: Food • http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ language-games/balloon-burst/food • http://funschool.kaboose.com/fun-blaster/games/ game_food_jumble.html Unit 8: Time and times of the day • http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/vocabulary/time/ exercises • http://www.teachingtime.co.uk/clock2/clockwordsres. html Unit 9: Clothes • http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ language-games/wordsearch/clothes • http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ language-games/hangman/clothes Unit 10: Animals • http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ language-games/balloon-burst/zoo-animals • http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ language-games/hangman/zoo-animals


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