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1 Language Activity Book

Brainwave: the generation of bright ideas! Components

Primary Brainwave

Pupil’s Book Pack

Pupil’s Book

1

My Progress Journal

Language Activity Book

Teacher’s Book

Test Builder

1st Cycle Exams Practice Pack

• Digital Course - ideal for use

Cheryl Pavlik  • Andrea Harries

Class CDs

on interactive whiteboards

• Primary Brainwave Resource

Website

I S B N 978-0-230-43313-7

www.macmillanelt.es

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Contents Vocabulary

CLIL

Reading Strategies

Unit

Grammar

1

Who’s …?; Where’s …?; yes/ no questions and short answers; prepositions – on and under; possessive ’s

Family members; rooms in a house; clothes

Maths – representation of objects in the environment Art – developing visual spatial skills

Predicting from pictures; relating pictures to new vocabulary

sh and ch

Countable/uncountable nouns; articles a/an; Do you want …? questions; like/ don’t like answers and statements

Food; food adjectives

Food Technology – basic food needs Art – developing fine motor skills

Using visual clues; reading for specific information; speculating

t, d, and th

Prepositions next to, on, at; there is /there are; asking for directions

In the park; around Social Science – transport town; transport Art – developing fine motor skills; processing information

Relating pictures to new vocabulary

v, b, and f

Review prepositions in, next to, under; can/can’t for ability; yes/no questions with can; noun plurals

Animals

Social Science – caring for animals Art – developing fine motor skills

Predicting from pictures; scanning

k, hard and soft c

Present continuous: statements and questions; yes/no questions; questions with who

Doing household chores; family members

Geography – houses around Predicting from a picture; speculating the world Art – developing visual perception abilities

At Home page 4

2

Favourite Food page 14

3

Around Town page 24

4

Animals All Around page 34

5

Helping At Home page 44

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Phonics

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CLIL

Reading Strategies

Social Science – how food is made and where it comes from Food Technology – combining flavours

Predicting from pictures; reading for specific information; scanning; speculating

Short a

Work-related Saying what people collocations do; present simple statements; present simple statements with he/she; present simple questions with who

Social Science – people who help us Art – developing fine motor skills

Using visual cues; relating pictures to new vocabulary; scanning

Short u

Present simple wh- questions; Animal homes and habitats questions with does; prepositions of time in, at; present simple yes/no questions with do

Science – categorising animals Art – developing visual perception skills

Predicting the end of a story; speculating; using visual clues

Short e

Have/has got affirmative, negative and questions; there is/there are; adverbs of frequency never, always; adverbs of manner

Geography – countries, cities and landmarks Art – selecting and processing information

Ordering events; using visual clues; speculating

Short o

Predicting a topic; scanning; reading dialogue

Short i

Grammar

Unit

6

Let’s Cook!

Vocabulary

This/that; these/those; adjectives with state verbs

Fruit and vegetables; food

page 54

7

Off To Work! page 64

8

Animals At Home page 74

9

In The Street page 84

10

Time To Play

In the street

Preposition of time on; Free-time activities; Science – measuring time phrases with before and after days of the week Art – developing fine motor skills

Phonics

page 94

Grammar

Assessment A (U1, U2) page 104

B (U3, U4)

Possessive ’s; prepositions of place in, on, under; yes/no questions and short answers; articles a/an; who’s/where’s questions; like/don’t like

Vocabulary Family members; rooms in a house; furniture; clothes; colours; food

There is/There are; prepositions of place in, on, under, next In the park; animals; transport to; can/can’t

page 105

C (U5, U6)

Questions with who; present continuous statements, questions and answers; this, that, these, those

Household chores; activities; family members; food; fruit and vegetables

Present simple statements; present simple questions; like/ don’t like; questions with who, what, where and when

Jobs and work; animals; places where animals live; animal characteristics

Present simple verbs: affirmative, negative and questions; adverbs such as quickly, slowly, always and never; adjectives such as quick and slow; phrases with before and after; prepositions of time on, in, at

In the street; days of the week; free-time activities

page 106

D (U7, U8) page 107

E (U9, U10) page 108

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1 A

Animals All Around

Look and complete.

3

1

2

3

1

2

5

4

4

B

Listen and repeat.

C

Match the actions to the animals.

1 jump

a lion

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2 swim

b kangaroo

5

3 run

4 swing

5 fly

c fish

d eagle

e monkey

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Language

2 A

Match the words to the pictures. 1

2

a parrot

B

3

b iguana

5

4

c cat

d snake

e turtle

Look. Circle the eight differences. 1

C

2

Listen and repeat.

1 climb

5 run

2 drive

6 skate

3 fly

4 jump

7 swim

8 hop

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Language

3

Grammar on the Brain

A

Parrots can fly.

Girls can skate.

Boys can’t fly.

Frogs can’t skate.

Make sentences in your notebook.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

B

Dogs Cats Parrots Turtles Frogs Iguanas Rabbits Fish Snakes

can can’t

climb. hop. drive. fly. jump. run. ride a bike. skate. swim.

Write two true sentences with can and two true sentences with can’t. 1 2 3 4

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CLIL: Social Science

4 A

What can they do? Tick ( ) the correct columns. jump

swim

fly

run

walk

dogs parrots turtles frogs snakes rabbits

B

What do pets need to be healthy? Look and write. food love sleep

1

   2

4

   3

play water

   5

Home-School Connection  raw a picture of your pet or favourite D animal in your notebook. Draw the things it needs to grow.

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Create

5 A

Choose and tick ( ) an animal, or draw your own. Then write.

B

Make an animal mask.

1 D  raw a picture of an animal and cut it out.

C

2 M  ake holes and put in the string.

Write about your animal. I like

. can

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and

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Language

6 A

Write questions. Use can and these words. swim    swing    fly    climb  talk    jump    monkeys  snakes    alligators    parrots  frogs     hippos

Grammar on the Brain Can you swim? Yes, I can. Can bears fly? No, they can’t.

1 Can alligators climb trees? 2 3 4

B

Work in pairs. Ask and answer.

Can alligators climb trees? C

No, they can’t.

Investigate! Find the answers to the questions. 1 Can snakes swim? 2 Can alligators run?

3 Can elephants sing?

4 Can hippos swim underwater? p46

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Language

7 A

Listen and say.

ren d l i h c t h ree

one child

a man

two men en m o w four n. i a g a Start

a woman

B

C

a foot

more than one

regular

bear

bears

plurals

lion

a mouse

e six mic

one fish

i sh three f

Are just as nice.

Complete the tables. one

t five fee

one

more than one

irregular

person

people

plurals

child

girl

man

parrot

fish

snake

foot

dog

woman

Sort and draw in your notebook. child    parrot    lion    snake    fish    dog

no feet

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two feet

four feet

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Reading

8 A

Read the story in the Pupil’s Book. Look and circle T (true) or F (false).

B

1 Kippy can do lots of tricks.

T / F

2 Cindy can jump.

T / F

3 Kippy can ride on a bike.

T / F

Tick ( ) the tricks.

Hello!

1 My parrot can fly. 2 My parrot can say, ‘Hello!’ 3 My fish can swim. 4 My dog can play Frisbee®.

C

Look and say. Cindy

Where can the dogs hide?

Kippy

1

2

3

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e k 9 Sou n d s Li Eng A 1

2

hard

c

c

soft

Look and say. 3

4

k 5

6

B

Circle the pictures with the hard c sound. Underline the pictures with the k sound.

C

Tick ( ) the correct column. cat

pencil

car

crayon

l ish

circle

7

8

mice

hard words soft c words

Phonics

Fun!

Colour the k sound words to take the monkey to the boat.

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10 Review A

Look and match. Then write the name. (Score __ / 6) 1 It can climb trees and it can catch fish. It can’t jump high.

2 It can’t climb trees and it can’t walk. It can swim.

3 It can run and it can climb trees. It can’t fly.

B

Circle the correct plural. (Score __ / 5) 1 There are five mouses / mice in my house. 2 Two children / childs are on the swings. 3 Three men / mans are in the restaurant. 4 There are four women / womans next to the elephants. 5 I like fish / fishes.

C

D

Circle the correct word. (Score __ / 4) 1 Dogs can / can’t swim.

3 Children can / can’t drive cars.

2 Snakes can / can’t talk.

4 Cats can / can’t jump.

Complete the questions and answers. (Score __ / 5) 1 2 Can she

you swim? ?

Yes, No, she

. .

Talking Point p51

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1 Language Activity Book

Brainwave: the generation of bright ideas! Components

Primary Brainwave

Pupil’s Book Pack

Pupil’s Book

1

My Progress Journal

Language Activity Book

Teacher’s Book

Test Builder

1st Cycle Exams Practice Pack

• Digital Course - ideal for use

Cheryl Pavlik  • Andrea Harries

Class CDs

on interactive whiteboards

• Primary Brainwave Resource

Website

I S B N 978-0-230-43313-7

www.macmillanelt.es

0433137_BW_AB1_Cover.indd 1

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780230 433137

Cheryl Pavlik  Andrea Harries 08/Dec/2011 15:43


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