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Carol Read Mark Ormerod


Story card 1

Welcome to School Mum:

Let’s see. What do we need to buy?

Sue:

Here’s the list: pencil, pen, rubber …

Jay:

… pencil case, bag, ruler.

Comprehension questions Where do Sue, Jay and Mum go? (to the supermarket) What do Sue and Jay need to buy? (a pencil, pen, rubber, pencil case, bag, ruler)

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Story card 2

Welcome to School Tiger:

Psst! Hello! Grrr …

Sue:

What’s that?

Jay:

I don’t know.

Comprehension question Who says hello? (Tiger)

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Story card 3

Welcome to School Sue:

Can I have this pen, please?

Mum:

Yes, of course. Put it in the basket.

Sue:

Thank you.

Jay:

Can I have this pencil, please?

Mum:

Yes, of course. Put it in the basket.

Jay:

Thank you.

Tiger:

Psst! Hello! Grrr! Put me in the basket, too.

Comprehension questions What does Sue ask for? (a pen) What does Jay ask for? (a pencil)

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Welcome to School Jay:

Can I have this pencil case, please?

Mum:

Yes, of course. Put it in the basket.

Jay:

Thank you.

Sue:

Can I have this bag, please?

Mum:

Yes, of course. Put it in the basket.

Sue:

Thank you.

Tiger:

Psst! Hello! Grrr! Put me in the basket, too.

Comprehension questions What does Jay ask for? (a pencil case) What does Sue ask for? (a bag)

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Story card 5

Welcome to School Sue:

Can I have this ruler, please?

Mum:

Yes, of course. Put it in the basket.

Sue:

Thank you.

Jay:

Can I have this rubber, please?

Mum:

Yes, of course. Put it in the basket.

Jay:

Thank you.

Tiger:

Psst! Hello! Grrr! Put me in the basket, too.

Comprehension questions What does Sue ask for? (a ruler) What does Jay ask for? (a rubber)

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Story card 6

Welcome to School Cashier: Look! You win a free toy. Sue:

A new toy. Great!

Jay:

Amazing!

Tiger:

Psst! Hello! Grrr! Please choose me.

Comprehension question Sue and Jay win a free toy. Who asks to go with Sue and Jay? (Tiger)

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Story card 7

Welcome to School Jay:

Are you a toy?

Tiger:

Yes, I am.

Sue:

Are you real?

Tiger:

Yes, I am. I’m real and I’m a toy. My name is Tiger.

Mum:

Come on, Sue and Jay. Hurry now.

Sue and Jay: Look, Mum. We want this tiger! Mum:

Ahh! That’s a nice toy!

Comprehension questions Is Tiger a toy? (yes) Is Tiger real? (yes) Do Sue and Jay want Tiger? (yes)

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Story card 8

Welcome to School Tiger:

Hurray! Hello, Sue. Hello, Jay.

Sue and Jay: Hello, Tiger!

Comprehension questions Is Tiger happy? (yes) Are Sue and Jay happy? (yes)

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The Gingerbread Man Mum:

 ou make a gingerbread man like this. This is Y the head. This is the body. And these are the arms and legs.

Comprehension question What body parts has the gingerbread man got here? (a head, a body, arms, legs)

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Story card 2

The Gingerbread Man Jay:

And look. This is the nose. This is the mouth.

Sue:

And these are the eyes.

Jay:

The gingerbread man is great.

Tiger:

Mmm. I’m hungry.

Jay:

Shh, Tiger! The gingerbread man isn’t for you.

Comprehension questions What body parts has the gingerbread man got now? (a nose, a mouth, eyes) Who is hungry? (Tiger)

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Story card 3

The Gingerbread Man Gingerbread man:

 ook at me! I’ve got a head. I’ve got L eyes, a nose and a mouth. I’ve got a body. I’ve got arms and legs.

Oh no! It’s a tiger. I’m off!

Comprehension questions Who does the gingerbread man see? (Tiger)

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The Gingerbread Man Gingerbread man:

Fox:

 un, run as fast as you can. R You can’t catch me. I’m the gingerbread man.

Mmm. A gingerbread man. Delicious. I’m hungry. I’ve got a plan.

Comprehension question Can Tiger catch the gingerbread man? (no) This is Fox. Is Fox hungry? (yes)

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Story card 5

The Gingerbread Man Gingerbread man:

Fox:

 un, run as fast as you can. R You can’t catch me. I’m the gingerbread man.

Ha ha! Here’s the gingerbread man now.

Comprehension question Who is here? (Fox / Tiger / the gingerbread man)

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Story card 6

The Gingerbread Man Narrator: The gingerbread man runs and jumps over the wall … Gingerbread man:

Oh no! Help!

Fox:

Snap! Snap! Snap!

Gingerbread man:

Ha, ha, hee, hee! You can’t catch me.

Comprehension question Can Fox catch the gingerbread man? (no) Can Tiger catch the gingerbread man? (no)

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Story card 7

The Gingerbread Man Tiger:

Bad luck, Fox! No gingerbread man for you or for me.

Fox:

Oh no! It’s a tiger. I’m off!

Comprehension question Who does Fox see? (Tiger)

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Story card 8

The Gingerbread Man Sue:

Hello, Tiger. Look!

Jay:

Here’s a gingerbread man for you.

Tiger:

Mmm. Delicious! Thank you, Sue. Thank you, Jay.

Comprehension questions Do Sue and Jay give Tiger a gingerbread man biscuit? (yes) Is it delicious? (yes)

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Tiger is Lost Jay:

Have you got Tiger, Sue?

Sue: Yes, I have. Oh no. No, I haven’t. Help me find Tiger, please, Jay. Jay:

Yes, of course. Tiger! Tiger!

Sue:

Oh dear. Tiger is lost.

Jay:

I know. Let’s ask Mum.

Comprehension questions Has Sue got Tiger? (no) Is Tiger lost? (yes) Who helps Sue find Tiger? (Jay)

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Story card 2

Tiger is Lost Sue:

Mum!

Jay:

Mum!

Mum:

Not now, children, please. I’m busy.

Sue:

But Tiger is lost, Mum.

Jay:

Have you got Tiger?

Mum:

No, I haven’t. Ask your father.

Comprehension questions Who do Sue and Jay ask? (Mum) Is she busy? (yes) Has she got Tiger? (no)

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Story card 3

Tiger is Lost Jay:

Dad!

Sue: Dad! Dad:

Not now, children, please. I’m busy.

Jay:

But Tiger is lost, Dad.

Sue:

Have you got Tiger?

Dad:

No, I haven’t. Ask your grandmother.

Comprehension questions Who do Sue and Jay ask? (Dad) Is he busy? (yes) Has he got Tiger? (no)

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Tiger is Lost Sue:

Granny!

Jay: Granny! Granny: Not now, children, please. I’m busy. Sue:

But Tiger is lost, Granny.

Jay:

Have you got Tiger?

Granny: No, I haven’t. Ask your grandfather. Jay:

Have you got Tiger, Grandad?

Grandad: No, I haven’t. I’m busy, too.

Comprehension questions Who do Sue and Jay ask? (Granny and Grandad) Is Granny busy? (yes) Has Granny got Tiger? (no) Is Grandad busy? (yes) Has Grandad got Tiger? (no)

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Story card 5

Tiger is Lost Sue:

Oh dear. I’m worried about Tiger.

Jay:

Come on. Let’s look for Tiger.

Dad:

Listen. What’s that noise?

Granny: I think it’s Baby. Grandad: But Baby is sleeping … Mum:

I don’t know. Let’s go and see.

Comprehension questions Who thinks the noise is Baby? (Granny) Who says Baby is sleeping? (Grandad)

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Story card 6

Tiger is Lost Mum:

Let’s see if Baby is alright.

Dad:

Quick!

Granny: Hurry! Grandad: Come on!

Comprehension questions Who goes to Baby’s room? (Mum, Dad, Granny, Grandad, Sue, Jay)

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