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Contents Know your Textbook........................................................................................... 4

UNIT 0: Hello Friends! Topics: Numbers from 1 to 30, days of the week, fruit and vegetables, animals, actions, alphabet. Vocabulary: Giraffe, elephant, lion, crocodile, lettuce, carrots, apples, oranges, sunflowers, walk, run, jump, swim, ball, guitar, dog, bike.

Let’s Start................................... 6 Lesson 1....................................... 8 Lesson 2...................................... 9 Lesson 3.................................... 10 Lesson 4.................................... 11 Lesson 5.................................... 12 Let’s Play.................................. 13

UNIT 1: This is Me! Topics: Personal information, family members, tastes, activities, clothing, words with ‘D’. Vocabulary: Mum, dad, brother, sister, grandma, grandpa, aunt, uncle, cousin, like/s, make the bed, make lunch, do the shopping, clean the house, water the plants, trousers, blouse, hat, shoes, t-shirt, dress, shorts, jacket.

What I Know............................. 14 Let’s Start................................. 15 Lesson 1..................................... 16 Lesson 2.................................... 17 Lesson 3.................................... 18 Lesson 4.................................... 19 Lesson 5.................................... 20 Lesson 6.................................... 21 Let’s Play.................................. 22

Roundup Time.................................................................................................... 24

UNIT 2: Telling the Time Topics: Time, daily routines, meals and habits in other cultures, words with ‘V’. Vocabulary: O’clock, late, tall, short, watch, clock, battery, shadow, electricity, breakfast, lunch, dinner, get up, Britain, USA.

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What I Know............................. 26 Let’s Start................................. 27 Lesson 1..................................... 28 Lesson 2.................................... 29 Lesson 3.................................... 30 Lesson 4.................................... 31 Lesson 5.................................... 32 Lesson 6.................................... 33 Let’s Play.................................. 34


UNIT 3: At the Circus Topics: Location of objects, habits and expressions, actions in progress, quantities, words with ‘B’ or ‘V’. Vocabulary: Circus, clown, acrobat, juggler, ringmaster, trapeze, rope, catch, throw, climb, bend, stretch, costume, happy, sad, scared, surprised.

What I Know............................. 36 Let’s Start................................. 37 Lesson 1..................................... 38 Lesson 2.................................... 39 Lesson 3.................................... 40 Lesson 4.................................... 41 Lesson 5.................................... 42 Lesson 6.................................... 43 Let’s Play.................................. 44

Roundup Time.................................................................................................... 46

UNIT 4: The Ocean Topics: Types of animals, adjectives, comparisions, words with ‘F’. Vocabulary: Island, hungry, weak, strong, big, small, fast, slow, squid, whale, seahorse, shark, starfish, crab, sponge, fish, dolphin, vertebrate, invertebrate.

What I Know............................. 48 Let’s Start................................. 49 Lesson 1..................................... 50 Lesson 2.................................... 51 Lesson 3.................................... 52 Lesson 4.................................... 53 Lesson 5.................................... 54 Lesson 6.................................... 55 Let’s Play.................................. 56

UNIT 5: Tiny World Topics: Insects, cycles, use of have/has, words with ‘K’. Vocabulary: Ant, bee, fly, ladybird, butterfly, caterpillar, antennae, legs, honey, wings, fly, chrysalis, lay eggs, change.

What I Know............................. 58 Let’s Start................................. 59 Lesson 1..................................... 60 Lesson 2.................................... 61 Lesson 3.................................... 62 Lesson 4.................................... 63 Lesson 5.................................... 64 Lesson 6.................................... 65 Let’s Play.................................. 66

Roundup Time....................................................................................................68 Certificate............................................................................................................. 71 Holidays................................................................................................................ 72 Answer key........................................................................................................... 81 Thematic index.................................................................................................... 84 Glossary................................................................................................................ 86 Bibliography......................................................................................................... 88 Cut outs................................................................................................................. 90 Finger Puppets.................................................................................................. 105

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Know your Textbook This is your Textbook: You will find the introduction to a new Unit and you will review previous knowledge.

First Pages

Every Unit has a different and fun topic!

Peter and Mary will help you in every Unit!

Lessons

In every Lesson you will practice listening, speaking, reading and writing that will help you to learn new things.

LESSON 1

To describe daily routines.

LESSON 3

Time for tea.

2. Circle the numbers with /v/. 30

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1. Read and listen. Learning outcome

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Where is my watch? 5

It's eight!

f

7

sun

1

2

1. Write and draw your own daily routine. Tell the class. Sun clocks use the sun to tell the

Water clocks use water to tell the time. The water falls constantly, day and night.

a shadow, 2.sun Talkmakes about you. a) I get up attime. The . and the shadow shows the time.

I have breakfast shadow at half past 7.

I have water breakfast clock at 8 o'clock.

a rock b) I go to school at

.

3

I get up at 7 o'clock.

Great! 4

Today, many clocks and watches use electricity or batteries. There are clocks in homes, on buildings, and at schools.

Many people wear watches, too. watch battery

electric clock c) I have lunch at

.

2. Look again. Complete the sentences. a) I can tell the time at night with

.

b) I can tell the time on a sunny day with

.

c) I can tell the time day and night with d) I do my homework at . d) I can tell the time using electricity with

.

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.

30

31 e) Volleyball

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4

What time do you get up?

Telling the time has a long history‌ To talk about daily routines and sing songs.

25 22 a) Is your routine the same as or different from these routines? 3. Match. b) a) Vase Remember: c) * I have lunch at eight o'clock. * I don't have lunch at eight o'clock. b) Love * He/she/it gets up at 7:30. * He/she/it doesn't get up at 7:30. d) * You/we/they walk to school. * You/we/they don't walk to school. c) Vegetables

d) Drive

UNIT

2

17

e

d

2. Listen and circle. What time is it? 12

c

b

LESSON 6

I drink my tea, c) What time do children in the USA have dinner? 1. Read out loud. Oh! Look at me, d) What time do children in the USA go to bed? 'V' is in Vicky, I'm very tall, Tall, short, tall, short, I'm tall and short, 2. Read and check your answers. 'V' is in very good, You see! Drink the tea, and see. And now I'm me. 'V' is in eleven and in seven too. Short, tall, short, tall, more green tea! Around the world at differentNo times. 'V' is in live, Time to follow me! Please! 'V' is in love, I eat some cake. 'V' is hidden in lots of words. Now it is late,

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a

2

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To learn about other cultures.

5

1. Look at the clocks and answer. And go to school. Learning outcome We start the day,a) What time do children in Britain start school? To recognise sound /v/. Hurray! b) What time do children in Britain have lunch?

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UNIT

LESSON 4

1. Listen and point. Learning outcome

15

To describe menus and habits in other cultures.

LESSON We catch the bus,

2

Learning outcome

To ask and tell the exact time.

1. Listen and sing. Learning outcome

UNIT

LESSON 2

Learning outcome

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Final Pages UNIT

Let’s Play! 1. Listen and chant.

2

3.Tell the story. Say and write. It's Saturday

18

It's Sunday

play games

get up

What time is it?

Here, you will sing, play and check your progress.

What time is it? Look at the sun!

have breakfast

It’s one thirty!

have lunch

It’s late. Run! We catch the bus, At one thirty!

country

park go to

4. Describe your progress. 2. Read and match. 1) Start a sentence

a) Tuesday, Wednesday

2) I...

b) Alice, Mum, Grandpa

3) Days of the week

c) ...like tea.

4) Names

d) Today is a...

a) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...spell new words.

b) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...tell the time.

c) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...write a story.

d) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...talk about daily routines.

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Icons

These icons will tell you what ability you will practice.

* Roundup Time.

Roundup Time UNITS

UNITS

0-1

Roundup Time

0-1

4. Look and answer. Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

1. Look and complete. a) On Monday, I like to

.

b) On

, I have to water the plants.

c) On Wednesday, I

to clean the house.

d) On Thursday, I a) Birds

fly very high.

b) The

has long ears and a short tail.

c)

have lots of teeth and a tail.

d)

have two colours: black and white.

2. Listen and write.

to play the guitar.

e) On Friday, I have to f)

.

On

g) On Sunday, I

to go skating.

5. Complete. jacket - green - scarf - hat - trousers - grey - boots

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Sergio: Today is a cold day, so I’m wearing my (a)

apples - lettuce - twenty-five - fourteen - oranges - thirty

.

Carlos: Yes, it’s very cold, so I’m wearing my warm (b) Cristina and Max need some ingredients for their dinner party.

Sergio: My because it’s (d)

a) They want to prepare a salad, so they need a lot of and

.

c) For desert, they need to buy

6. Match.

3. Ask and complete. .

b)

is

c)

lives in

because its colour is

Sergio: Thanks!

.

a) My classmate’s name is

.

keep my feet very warm. I like your (c) , my favourite colour.

Carlos: Thank you! I like your (e) (f) .

carrots.

b) To make juice, they need

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Every two Units, you will find a Roundup Time that will help you to review your progress.

, I have to make breakfast.

years old.

19 23 16 28 12 9

. a) Twenty-eight

c) Nine

e) Twenty-three

b) Twelve

d) Nineteen

f)

Sixteen

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UNIT

0

Hello Friends! In this Unit, you will remember to: - Identify numbers from 1 to 30. - Recognise vocabulary about the days of the week and fruit and vegetables. - Describe animals and actions. - Identify the alphabet.

Let’s Start! 1. Look and listen.

0

I love pizza! A

Can I play with you? There is Nick! He is wearing shorts!

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UNIT

0

I like riding my bike!

A snake! He has a snake!

2. Find and draw.

a) a ball

b) a guitar

c) a dog

d) a bike

3. Look and complete. bike - guitar - t-shirt - snake - pizza a) He is wearing a blue

_t-_shirt

.

b) He has a

.

c) He likes riding his

.

d) She can play the

.

e) They like

.

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LESSON 1 Learning outcome To describe animals and objects.

1. Read and match.

That's a crocodile! It has a lot of teeth!

That's a giraffe! It has a very long neck! I can see a mountain!

That's a city! There are tall buildings there.

The seaside! I like the seaside!

2. Look and listen. Say 'True' or 'False'. 8

1


UNIT

LESSON 2

0

Learning outcome To identify and describe animals.

1. Read and write.

Giraffe

Elephant

Lion

Crocodile

a) This animal has a long neck and four long legs. b) This animal has a lot of teeth and a long tail. c) This animal has a lot of hair on its head. He can run very fast. d) This animal is big and fat. He has two big ears.

2. Look, say and write. walk

run

jump

swim

Crocodile

Monkey

Lion

Giraffe

a) Crocodiles can

_walk

and

b) Monkeys can

_swim

. They can't

,

and

,

and

Giraffes can

g) Giraffes can't

_jump

. .

. .

e) Lions can't f)

or

.

c) Monkeys can't d) Lions can

_run

and and

. .

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LESSON 3 Learning outcome To remember numbers.

1. Listen and repeat.

2

20 = twenty, 21 = twenty-one, 22 = twenty-two, 23 = twenty-three, 24 = twenty-four, 25 = twenty-five, 26 = twenty-six, 27 = twenty-seven, 28 = twenty-eight, 29 = twenty-nine, 30 = thirty!

2. Listen and complete.

3

Pick your fruit here! Open on weekends! Is this your box? No. Our box has carrots.

lettuce carrots 29

apples

26 27

10

oranges 24

30 sunflowers


LESSON 4 Learning outcome

UNIT

0

To review the alphabet.

1. Listen.

4

2. Listen again and complete.

3. Now, write as many objects from the picture as you can.

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LESSON 5 Learning outcome To review the days of the week.

1. Listen and sing.

5

Monday

Tuesday

The Days of the Week! Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, too,

Wednesday

We all go to school. Weekend

Then it is the weekend, And we all love the weekend! Saturday is great, And Sunday is lovely, too!

Friday

Thursday

2. Think and say. How many days are there in a week? What day is it today?

What is your favourite day? How many days are there in a weekend?

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UNIT

0

Let’s Play! 1. Look and say what's wrong.

Lions live in the jungle

Lions can't read.

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This is Me!

UNIT

1

My name is Mary, I'm 8 years old.

In this Unit, you will learn to: - Request and provide personal and family information. - Ask and talk about tastes. - Describe activities and clothing. - Identify words with /d/.

What I Know Previous knowledge: give personal information.

1. Complete the Identity card. • My name is . • I'm Nice to meet you, Mary!

years old.

• My mother's name is

.

• My father's name is

• I live in • My school is called

. (city).

.

2. Introduce yourself to a classmate using the previous information. 14


UNIT

1

Let’s Start! Pre-listening: What's your family like?

1. Listen and draw.

6

2. Listen again and complete. a) Mother's name:

.

b) Father's name:

.

c) Cat's name:

.

d) Dog's name:

.

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LESSON 1 Learning outcome To identify different family members.

1. Complete the family tree. Mum - Dad - Brother - Sister - Grandma - Grandpa - Aunt - Uncle - Cousin

2. Complete the sentences using the words in the box. grandma - grandpa - aunt - uncle - cousin

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a) My mother's father is my

.

b) My father's mother is my

.

c) My mother's sister is my

.

d) My father's brother is my

.

e) My uncle's son is my

.


UNIT

LESSON 2

1

Learning outcome To talk about tastes, preferences and abilities.

1. Listen and complete. Carrots

7

Bananas

Pears

Football

Skating I like apples and chocolate.

I don't like playing tennis.

2. Talk to a classmate about the things you like or don't like. 17


LESSON 3 Learning outcome To ask about preferences and abilities.

1. Listen and complete with ✔ or ✘.

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a) Do you like ice cream? b) Does she like playing the piano? c) Do you practice karate? d) Can a dog fly? e) Can you make your bed? f)

Can she play basketball?

2. Complete the chart. Ask a classmate.

Questions

Me

My friend

a) Do you make your bed? b) Do you help with the shopping? c) Do you help to make breakfast? d) Do you water the plants? e) Do you help to make dinner? f) Do you help to make dessert?

Remember: I - You - We - They like ice-cream / don't like ice cream He - She - It likes ice-cream / doesn't like ice cream

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UNIT

LESSON 4

1

Learning outcome To talk about family chores.

1. Look and listen.

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2. Read and circle. a) Mother does the shopping / cleans the car. b) Father makes the bed / makes lunch. c) Grandma waters the plants / cleans the car. d) Grandpa cleans the house / makes dessert. e) The children help to make breakfast / help with the dog and the cat.

3. Talk about your family. My parents do the shopping.

My parents don't do the shopping.

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LESSON 5 Learning outcome To recognise the /d/ sound.

1. Listen and repeat.

10

a) Do you see a dog?

b) Do you see a ball?

c) Does she see a doll?

d) Does she see a bat?

2. Now, listen and repeat. a) Don't b) Do c) Dance d) Day e) Dog f)

Does

g) Doesn't h) Date

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11


UNIT

LESSON 6

1

Learning outcome To describe clothing.

1. Write.

a)

c)

e) I'm wearing a sweater and trousers!

b)

d)

f)

2. Look, read and write 'yes' or 'no'. a) What is she wearing? She is wearing a red dress and black shoes.

b) What is he wearing? He is wearing black shorts and a white t-shirt.

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Let’s Play! 1. Listen and sing.

12

A busy family Mother, father, busy parents, do the shopping, make my lunch.

Grandma, grandpa, the grandparents, help the children with their chores.

What is your family like?

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Mum, dad, children, grandma, grandpa. They do chores for their family.

My family is fantastic!


UNIT

2. Interview a friend. Ask questions and write their answers.

1

A: Can I interview you? B: a) Yes.

b) No problem.

A: Where do you live? B: I live in a...

A: Who lives there with you?

A: What chores do you do?

3. Review your progress using ✔ or ✘. I can talk about: My family members My likes and dislikes Family chores Clothes

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UNITS

0-1

Roundup Time

1. Look and complete.

fly very high.

a) b) The

has long ears and a short tail.

c)

have lots of teeth and a tail.

d)

have two colours: black and white.

2. Listen and write.

13

apples - lettuce - twenty-five - fourteen - oranges - thirty Cristina and Max need some ingredients for their dinner party. a) They want to prepare a salad, so they need a lot of and

carrots.

b) To make juice, they need

.

c) For desert, they need to buy

.

3. Ask and complete. a) My classmate’s name is

24

.

b)

is

c)

lives in

years old. .


UNITS

0-1

4. Look and answer. Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

a) On Monday, I like to

Sunday

.

b) On

, I have to water the plants.

c) On Wednesday, I

to clean the house.

d) On Thursday, I

to play the guitar.

e) On Friday, I have to f)

Saturday

.

On

, I have to make breakfast.

g) On Sunday, I

to go skating.

5. Complete.

jacket - green - scarf - hat - trousers - grey - boots Sergio: Today is a cold day, so I’m wearing my (a)

.

Carlos: Yes, it’s very cold, so I’m wearing my warm (b) Sergio: My

keep my feet very warm. I like your (c)

because it’s (d)

, my favourite colour.

Carlos: Thank you! I like your (e) (f) Sergio: Thanks!

.

because its colour is .

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UNIT

2

What is the best time to eat a sandwich?

Telling the Time In this Unit, you will learn to: - Ask and tell the time. - Talk about daily routines. - Describe meals and habits in other cultures. - Identify other cultures. - Identify words with /v/.

What I Know Previous knowledge: identify numbers and vocabulary about food and clothes.

1. Match.

Twenty-eight I eat salad at 1 o'clock every day.

Milk

Salad

Dessert

Dress

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UNIT

2

Let’s Start! Predict: I think this story is about...

1. Listen and read.

a) a girl and a rabbit b) a mouse

c) a pirate adventure

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a

'Where's the bus? It's late!', says the rabbit. 'I catch the bus at half past eight!'

b c

'Look, it's nine o'clock', says the rabbit. 'No school today!', says Alice. 'It's Saturday and we can play all day!'

'It's five o'clock', says the rabbit. 'Time for tea, follow me, Alice'. Alice and the rabbit eat cake and drink tea. 'Thank you, Rabbit', says Alice.

2. Circle. a) Alice rides a bike / car. b) The rabbit has a radio / a pocket watch. c) It is time for bed / tea. d) The rabbit starts school at nine o'clock / eight o'clock.

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LESSON 1 Learning outcome To ask and tell the exact time.

1. Listen and sing.

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Time for tea. We catch the bus, And go to school. We start the day, Hurray! I drink my tea, Oh! Look at me, I'm very tall,

Tall, short, tall, short,

I'm tall and short,

You see!

Drink the tea, and see.

And now I'm me.

Short, tall, short, tall,

No more green tea!

Time to follow me!

Please! I eat some cake. Now it is late, Where is my watch? It's eight!

2. Listen and circle. What time is it? a) b) c) d)

28

16


UNIT

LESSON 2

2

Learning outcome To describe daily routines.

1. Listen and point. a

17

c

e What time do you get up?

d

b

f

2. Talk about yourself. I have breakfast at half past 7.

I have breakfast at 8 o'clock. I get up at 7 o'clock.

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LESSON 3 Learning outcome To describe menus and habits in other cultures.

1. Look at the clocks and answer. a) What time do children in Britain start school? b) What time do children in Britain have lunch? c) What time do children in the USA have dinner? d) What time do children in the USA go to bed?

2. Read and check your answers. Around the world at different times.

In Britain, many children start school at 9 o'clock.

In Britain, some children In the USA, some children In the USA, many children have lunch at 1 o'clock. have dinner at 6 o'clock. go to bed at 8 o'clock.

Is your routine the same as this, or different?

Remember:

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* I have lunch at eight o'clock.

* I don't have lunch at eight o'clock.

* He/she/it gets up at 7:30.

* He/she/it doesn't get up at 7:30.

* You/we/they walk to school.

* You/we/they don't walk to school.


UNIT

LESSON 4

2

Learning outcome To learn about other cultures.

1. Read and listen.

18

Telling the time has a long history‌ sun

1

2 Water clocks use water to tell the time. The water falls constantly, day and night.

Sun clocks use the sun to tell the time. The sun makes a shadow, and the shadow shows the time.

shadow

water clock

a rock

3

4 Today, many clocks and watches use electricity or batteries. There are clocks in homes, on buildings, and at schools.

Many people wear watches, too. watch battery

electric clock

2. Look again. Complete the sentences. a) I can tell the time at night with

.

b) I can tell the time on a sunny day with

.

c) I can tell the time day and night with

.

d) I can tell the time using electricity with

.

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LESSON 5 Learning outcome To recognise the /v/ sound.

1. Read out loud. 'V' is in Vicky, 'V' is in very good, 'V' is in eleven and in seven, too. 'V' is in live, 'V' is in love, 'V' is hidden in lots of words.

2. Circle the numbers with /v/. 20

30

11

5

7

13

12

27

25

22

3. Match. a) Vase

b) Love

c) Vegetables

d) Drive

e) Volleyball

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UNIT

LESSON 6

2

Learning outcome To talk about daily routines.

1. Write and draw your own daily routine. Tell the class. a) I get up at

.

b) I go to school at

.

c) I have lunch at

.

d) I do my homework at

.

I do my homework at five o'clock!

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Let’s Play! 1. Listen and chant.

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What time is it? What time is it? Look at the sun! It’s one thirty! It’s late. Run! We catch the bus, At one thirty!

2. Read and match.

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1) Start a sentence

a) Tuesday, Wednesday

2) I...

b) Alice, Mum, Grandpa

3) Days of the week

c) ...like tea.

4) Names

d) Today is a...


UNIT

2

3.Tell the story. Say and write. It's Saturday

It's Sunday

play games

get up

have breakfast

have lunch

country

park go to

4. Describe your progress. a) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...spell new words.

b) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...tell the time.

c) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...write a story.

d) I...

CAN

CAN'T

...talk about daily routines.

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At the Circus

UNIT

3

What time is it?

In this Unit, you will learn: - Location of objects. - Habits and expressions. - Actions in progress. - Quantities. - Identify words with /b/.

What I Know Previous knowledge: describe what someone does.

1. Match.

It's time to go to the circus!

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UNIT

3

Let’s Start! 1. Look, listen and say. Predict: I think this story is about...

20

a) a farm

1

This boy is a clown. He plays music and is very funny. He is happy.

b) a circus

2

Some acrobats fly on the trapeze! Others climb ropes. They are not scared.

4

3

This boy is a juggler. He is throwing and catching plastic balls. He is good at using his hands and eyes.

c) a school

Acrobats use their muscles, too. They bend, stretch, jump and climb. Children are the stars in this circus!

2. Talk about the pictures. a) The children in the pictures like the circus / the country. b) The boy in picture 3 is an acrobat / a juggler. c) The girl in picture 2 is flying on a trapeze / climbing a rope. d) The clown in picture 1 is tired / happy.

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LESSON 1 Learning outcome To practise listening and speaking skills.

1. Listen and sing.

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Acrobats and Jugglers Acrobats and jugglers, In colours, in costumes, Acrobats and jugglers, And I can see clowns! Acrobats are flying, Up on the trapeze, They’re climbing the ropes, And they’re looking at ME!

2. Circle the odd photo.

a person It isn't...

a thing

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UNIT

LESSON 2

3

Learning outcome To identify jobs and their characteristics.

1. Listen and say 'Yes' or 'No'.

22

In the circus there are some clowns.

2. Complete ✔ or ✘. a) There are clowns in a circus. b) Jugglers bend and stretch. c) The ringmaster flies on the trapeze. d) There are animals in a circus.

3. Talk about the circus. Who's in the picture?

There are some clowns.

There are some animals, too!

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LESSON 3 Learning outcome To identify people and objects.

1. Listen and say.

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Number Game

20 24 12 36

27 30 33

18

next to

19 in

21 15

on

35 under

2. Play a guessing game. Say and ask. It's orange. It's next to the box.

Is it number 19?

Remember: There are abbreviations: It is = It's / It is not = It isn't

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UNIT

LESSON 4

3

Learning outcome To follow instructions.

1. Play and say. Hand-eye Coordination Jugglers and acrobats need good hand-eye coordination. Practice and improve your coordination. You need: a big, soft, white ball

a black pen

Instructions: 1 Work with a friend.

2 Write five or six numbers on the ball.

3 Stand near your friend.

2 to 3 meters 4 Throw the ball.

5 Catch the ball. Say the first number you see. Four

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LESSON 5 Learning outcome To recognise the /b/ sound.

1. Listen and circle the words with /b/.

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2. Repeat the words. 3. Complete with 'v' or 'b'.

all

iolin

mar

42

le

oat

allon

fi

lo

e

e


UNIT

LESSON 6

3

Learning outcome To express actions in progress.

1. Look and read. He is riding a bike.

a)

If it's something happening now... b)

He is eating an ice cream.

c)

She is bending her body.

d)

The acrobat is jumping very high.

e)

They are enjoying the show. ...it is in progress!

2. Complete with the correct word. a) She is

a rope. (climb/climbing)

b) The juggler is

the balls. (throwing/throw)

c) They are

with the clowns. (laugh/laughing)

d) The clowns are

hats. (wear/wearing)

e) The audience is

the show. (enjoying/enjoy)

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Let’s Play! 1. Listen and say. Then match.

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At the Circus Acrobat, Happy, scared? Climbing, running, flying, Boy, girl, man, woman, Throwing, catching, throwing, Fast, slow! Juggler

2. Break the code!

9

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1 – 13

1 – 14

3 – 1

– 18 –

15 –

2–1

– 20


UNIT

3

3. Say and write. At the Circus My favorite circus performer is...

an acrobat

a juggler

a clown

Circus perfomers can bend / juggle / sing very well. I like their...

hair

balls

costumes

Look at that... face!

happy

scared

tired

4. Describe your progress. a) I can spell...

• six new words.

• eight new words.

b) I can talk about...

• circus performers.

• location of objects.

c) I can describe...

• people.

• actions.

d) I can draw pictures of

• clowns.

• jugglers.

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Roundup Time

UNITS

2-3 1. Read and complete.

eight o’clock - have breakfast - go to bed - have dinner a) At 7:30 in the morning, I

.

b) In Chile, children go to school at c) At my house, we d) I

in the morning. at eight o’clock in the evening.

at nine o’clock at night.

2. Ask the questions for these answers. a)

Question:

?

Answer: 'In Britain, we have tea at five o’clock'.

b)

Question:

?

Answer: 'In China, we celebrate New Year in the spring'.

c)

Question:

?

Answer: 'In Chile, we dance Cueca to celebrate the Independence Day'.

3. Match professions at the circus and habits.

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a) Clowns make people laugh.

c) The ringmaster works with animals.

b) Animals are part of the show.

d) The acrobat bends and stretches.


UNITS

4. Listen and match.

2-3 26

happy - fly - clapping - jump - scared I like to go to the circus. I like to sit here because I can see the trapeze artist on the trapeze. My sister is when she sees the acrobats very high. When the show is over, we are always I’m very at the circus.

5. Look and circle.

a) Some/one/two pencils are on the table. b) The bed is on/under/next to the desk. c) The dinasour is in/on/next to the desk. d) The desk is next to/under the bookshelf.

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UNIT

4 Hello friends! We are going to the beach.

The Ocean In this Unit, you will learn to: - Identify and compare animals. - Ask about animals. - Identify types of animals. - Use adjectives. - Identify words with /f/.

What I Know Vocabulary and adjectives.

1. Match and write.

Sea B_ig _fish Come with us!

T_all _giraffe I_sland Small _rabbit Strong _man

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UNIT

4

Let’s Start! Predict: I think this story is about.

1. Look, listen and say.

a) a clown

b) a man in the ocean

c) a rabbit

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1

Sinbad is a sailor in an island. He is cold and hungry, so he makes a fire. But the island is a whale.

3

In the water, Sinbad sees many strange creatures. There are big and small animals. Down, down, down he goes.

2

It feels the fire, wakes up and dives under the water! It is scared! Sinbad is also scared because he is small and weak. The whale is bigger and stronger than Sinbad. 4

Finally, a big squid helps him. Lucky Sinbad! Now he can go home.

2. Read and circle. a) Sinbad is a postman / a sailor. b) The shark / whale is scared. c) Sinbad isn't strong. He's big / weak. d) A big squid / dolphin helps Sinbad.

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LESSON 1 Learning outcome To identify animals.

1. Listen and sing.

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On a Jolly Ship The sailors sail on their jolly ship, Upon a jolly sea. They see a jolly animal. Oh, what, oh, what can it be? It’s called a whale, it is. It’s called a whale, it is! It’s big and strong, it is, it is. Oh yes, oh yes, it is!

2. Listen, number and say.

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29

Whale

Seahorse

Lion

Giraffe

Squid

Shark


UNIT

LESSON 2

4

Learning outcome To compare and ask about animals.

1. Listen and mark the correct answer. 1.

30

3.

bigger 2.

smaller 4. Look, a big whale!

stronger

weaker

2. Ask questions about animals. Which is bigger, the frog or the whale?

The whale is bigger than the frog.

Which one is bigger, the shark or the whale?

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LESSON 3 Learning outcome To identify types of animals and compare them.

1. Listen, ask and answer. a

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e

_starfish f

b

g

c

d

h

a) What's letter a called? b) Is it a vertebrate or invertebrate animal? c) Which is stronger / faster / weaker / slower, the ... or the ...? Remember for comparatives:

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-

For short adjectives use -er.

-

The comparative of small is smaller!


UNIT

LESSON 4

4

Learning outcome To identify differences.

1. Look and listen. Write 'same' or 'different'. a

c

Crab

Left

Right

b

Right

Sponge

Left

d

Fish

Left

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Left

Right

Seahorse

Right

2. Colour the animals. Compare the sides. •

Look at their left side and their right side.

•

Are the sides the same or different?

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LESSON 5 Learning outcome To recognise the /f/ sound.

1. Listen and say the tongue twisters.

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a) Fresh fried fish, fish fresh fried, fried fish fresh, fish fried fresh.

b) Four free frogs free four frogs frogs free four four free frogs.

2.

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Now, paint the words you hear. a)

Frog

From

b)

Dolphin

Dolly

c)

Faster

Friday

d)

Flowers

Farmer

e)

Raphael

Raquel


UNIT

LESSON 6

4

Learning outcome To compare animals and identify preferences.

1. Compare these two animals.

My favourite sea animal is the shark!

big - strong - weak - fast - slow - small a)

.

b)

.

c)

.

d)

.

2. Draw your favourite sea animal and tell the class. That is a vertebrate sea animal!

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Let’s Play! 1. Listen and chant.

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Guess! Guess! Guess! What is it? A crab is smaller. A whale is bigger. Think and count: One, two, three. Say the name, And look at me! Guess! Guess! What’s it called? A shark is faster. A crab is weaker.

2. Read and complete in your notebook.

a) Which is bigger, a shark or a fish? b) Are sponges invertebrates? c) Can dolphins jump? d) Do sharks live in the ocean?

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UNIT

4

3. Choose, circle and mark ✔ . Then write your story. Jim and Lisa are...

They can see...

They say 'Let’s go!' Jim and Lisa… swim to the island / dive into the sea. Suddenly, they see…

Jim shouts 'Look out!' Lisa asks 'Is it strong / dangerous ?' Jim says 'Yes, it is! Let’s go back!'

4. Describe your progress. Read and circle. a) I can say and spell...

• four new words.

• eight new words.

b) I can...

• draw animals.

• actions.

c) I can...

• identify animals.

• compare animals.

d) I can talk about...

• sea animals.

• actions.

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Tiny World

UNIT

5 Look at that! There are insects everywhere!

In this Unit, you will learn to: - Identify and describe insects. - Describe processes and cycles. - Answer questions about insects. - Express possession. - Identify words with /k/.

What I Know Previous knowledge: animals and comparatives.

1. Circle. Which one is...

a) faster?

Which one is the biggest?

b) smaller?

c) stronger?

d) slower?

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UNIT

5

Let’s Start! Predict: I think this story is about...

1. Look, listen and say.

a) insects

b) sea animals

c) children

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a

Look at these ants. They have six legs and two antennae too. Antennae help the ant to hear, smell, taste and touch. c

Flies live everywhere. They have two wings and two antennae. They like fruit.

b

These are bees. They are making honey. They have four wings and five eyes!

d

These are ladybirds. They are red with black spots. They don't like cold weather!

2. Read and circle. a) Flies / Ladybirds are red with black spots. b) Ants have two antennae / legs. c) The bees are making honey / cheese. d) Flies like water / fruit.

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LESSON 1 Learning outcome To identify insects.

1. Listen and sing.

36

See the Insects Ladybirds, butterflies, Ants, flies, and bees, Insects in the garden. Insects in the trees. The bees are making honey They can run and fly. See their antennae. Count their eyes!

2. Listen, repeat and complete.

60

37

a)

F

d)

A

b)

L

e)

B

c)

B

f)

C


UNIT

LESSON 2

5

Learning outcome To describe insects.

1. Number and write.

a)

c)

b)

d)

Do they have six wings? No!

2. Ask questions about insects. Does it have a red body?

Does it have antennae? Yes! Yes, it does!

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LESSON 3 Learning outcome To understand a life cycle.

1. Look, read and complete the sentences. The Life Cycle of a Butterfly Let's take a look at the butterfly's life cycle.

2) Egg

3) Caterpillar

1) Adult butterfly

4) Chrysalis

5) Butterfly

a) An

That's interesting!

b) The egg becomes a

.

c) The caterpillar becomes a

.

d) The chrysalis changes into a

.

e) An

2. Number in the correct order.

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lays eggs.

butterfly!


UNIT

LESSON 4

5

Learning outcome To count insects.

1. Count the insects and write following the example.

15

• There are

b)

• It has

c)

• There are

-

• There are

-

butterflies too!

• There are

-

insects in all.

• There are branch.

-

ants on that

d)

2. Listen and circle. a) Ants have b) Butterflies have c) Insects have d) Ladybirds have

-

_fifteen

a)

-

ladybirds.

legs.

flies.

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antennae. wings. legs. heads.

three

four

two

four

three

eight

eight

five

six

big

red

small

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LESSON 5 Learning outcome To recognise the /k/ sound.

1. Listen, and complete.

39

A rabbit named Charlie is friends with a named Kiki. They spend time together eating and playing by a lake. The other animals believe it. How a rabbit be friends with a crocodile? We just don't know. But wouldn't it be nice? If we want, we can be friends with people very different from us.

2. Colour the words with /k/.

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UNIT

LESSON 6

5

Learning outcome To describe insects.

1. Look and listen.

40

a) Ants are very strong animals.

b) Most ants are red and black.

c) They live in colonies called anthills.

d) Each colony has three types of ants: the queen, the workers and the drones.

2. Write the chart about ants. Name:

.

Characteristics:

. Types:

.

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Let’s Play! 1. Listen and chant.

41

What’s in the yard? Insects with six legs, No noses, Some can fly, Everywhere! Count their wings, There are four. Some have five eyes!

2. Read and mark ✔ the correct answer. Which insect is the poem about?

3. Break the code! Write the message.

9 –1

4 – 19 – 5 – 3

0– 2 –

19 – 9 – 24

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19

8–

1–2

–5–7– 12 19

.

2–5


UNIT

5

4. Choose, mark ✔, and write on your notebook. These animals are...

They have...

They are...

making honey

changing into butterflies

You can see them...

flying

eating

5. Describe your progress. Read and circle. a) I can say and spell...

• six new words.

• eight new words.

b) I can name...

• six insects.

• five body parts of insects.

c) I can write...

• about insects.

• a poem.

d) I can...

• draw a ladybird.

• draw a butterfly.

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UNITS

4-5

Roundup Time

1. Match.

a) Squid

2. Listen and complete.

b) Shark

c) Whale

d) Seahorse

42

taller - smaller - stronger - faster

a) The shark is b) The cat is

than the rabbit. than the whale.

c) The giraffe is

than the seahorse.

d) The squid is

than the starfish.

3. Write the questions. ?

a) The fish is weaker than the lion.

?

b) The cat is faster than the frog.

?

c) The crab is slower than the dolphin.

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UNITS

4-5

4. Choose and draw. a) Vertebrate

b)

Invertebrate

5. Guess and write. a) This insect has five eyes and four wings. They make honey. Is it a

?

b) This insect is very strong and it has antennae. They can be red or black, and they live in anthills. ? c) This insect is red with black spots. It doesn’t like the cold weather. Its head is very small. ? d) This insect lays eggs, and the egg turns into a caterpillar. It has four wings and different colours. ?

6. Circle the correct word. a) Ants have two wings / antennae. b) Ladybirds have four wings / heads. c) Flies like water / fruit. d) Insects have a nose / six legs.

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Congratulations!

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Together we learnt English!


Together!

Glue your photo here!

awards this certificate to: Your English skills are excellent! Class:

Date: Signed by:

Mary

and

Peter 71


Holidays Back to School

1. Look at the images and write V for Vacations or S for School. a)

d)

b)

e)

c)

f)

2. Let’s talk: Get in groups and circle the answers.

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• Are there differences in your answers?

YES

NO

• Do you think school is boring?

YES

NO

• Can we do something to have fun while we learn?

YES

NO


3. Listen to the song and point out.

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4. Now, create your own school bus.

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Labour Day (May 1st)

1. Match the word with the corresponding picture.

a) Teacher

b) Policeman

c) Architect

d) Plumber

e) Farmer

f) Salesperson

2. Talk about the images and what they have in common. 74


3. Complete the sentences about your family. a) My grandfather is a doctor, he works in a hospital. b) My

is a

,

works in

.

c) My

is a

,

works in

.

d) My

is a

,

works in

.

e) My name is

, I want to be a

when I grow up.

4. Draw sentence b)

5. Make a poster about sentence e) When I grow up I want to be a/an... Paper

Magazines

Scissors Crayons Glue

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Winter

1. Listen to the chant and point out. Then, write the name of each season.

a)

c)

b)

d)

2. Circle the clothes you will use in winter.

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3. Listen, sing and act. ‘Rain, rain, go away’.

45

4. Draw the song.

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Columbus Day (October 12th)

1. Listen to the story and write the names.

46

2. Now, listen again and complete. Christopher Columbus is a dreamer. He about sailing around the . He needs sailors and ships to make his come true. He asks the king of Portugal for help, but the king says, ‘ ’. He asks the king and queen of Spain for help. They say ‘ ’! Columbus sails with ninety sailors and three ships. The are the Niña, the Pinta and the Santa María. They sail the ocean for weeks. Then a sailor sees something… ‘Land! !’, he says. Christophe Columbus thinks it is India, so he calls the gentle ‘indians’. He finally accomplishes his .

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3. Find the following words in the Columbus Day Word Search.

captain

compass

natives

America

Spain

caravel

King

ocean

Queen

A

W

D

G

J

C

T

U

Y

Q

U

O

R

R

F

S

C

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V

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Q

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A

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Q

A

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V

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4. Do you know dream catchers? Listen to your teacher and make one.

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ANSWER KEY • Page 17, exercise 1

UNIT

0

Mary - Carrots

• Page 7, exercise 3 b) snake

d) guitar

c) bike

e) pizza

- Skating Peter - Banana

• Page 8, exercise 2 1. False

4. True

2. False

5. False

- Football Mum

3. True

- Skating

• Page 9, exercise 1 a) Giraffe

c) Lion

b) Crocodile

d) Elephant

- Carrots Uncle - Pears

• Page 9, exercise 2

- Skating

b) walk – run – jump

Grandma

c) swim d) walk – run – jump

- Pears

e) swim

- Football

f) walk – run

• Page 18, exercise 1

g) jump – swim • Page 10, exercise 2 Apples – 27 Lettuce – 29

d) ✘

b) ✘

e) ✔

c) ✘

f) ✔

• Page 19, exercise 2

Carrots – 26 Oranges – 24

a) Does the shopping

Sunflowers – 30

b) Makes lunch c) Waters the plants

• Page 11, exercise 2 B–O–L–F–H–V–R–Z

d) Cleans the house e) Help with the dog and the cat

UNIT

1

• Page 21, exercise 1

• Page 15, exercise 2 a) Susan

c) Daisy

b) Peter

d) Fluffy

• Page 16, exercise 2 a) Grandpa

c) Uncle

b) Grandma

d) Cousin

c) Aunt

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a) ✔

a) Trousers

d) Shoes

b) Dress

e) Hat

c) Blouse

f) T-shirt

• Page 21, exercise 2 a) No

d) Yes


ANSWER KEY • Page 31, exercise 2

UNITS

0-1 Roundup Time

a) A water clock, an electric clock, or a watch.

• Page 24, exercise 1 a) Birds

c) Crocodile

b) Dog

d) Zebra

b) A sun clock, a water clock, an electric clock or a watch c) A water clock, an electric clock

• Page 24, exercise 2

or a watch.

a) Lettuce – fourteen

d) An electric clock.

b) Twenty-five – oranges

• Page 32, exercise 2

c) Thirty – apples

12 – 11 – 27 – 5 – 25 – 7

• Page 25, exercise 4 a) Play football b) Tuesday

e) Do the

• Page 34, exercise 2 Start a sentence – Today is a…

shopping

c) Have

f) Saturday

d) Like

g) Like

I – like tea Days of the week – Tuesday, Wednesday

• Page 25, exercise 5

Names – Alice, Mum, Grandpa

a) Hat b) Trousers

UNIT

3

c) Boots – scarf - grey

• Page 37, exercise 2

d) Jacket – green

a) Like the circus

UNIT

2

b) Juggler c) Flying on the trapeze

• Page 27, exercise 2

d) Happy

a) Bike

• Page 38, exercise 2

b) A pocket watch

An elephant isn’t a person.

c) Tea

A tiger isn’t a thing.

d) Nine o’clock

• Page 39, exercise 2

• Page 28, exercise 2 a) 7.00

c) 8.30

a) ✔

c) ✘

b) 11.15

e) 5.00

b) ✘

d) ✔

• Page 30, exercise 1 a) 9.00 am

c) 6.00 pm

b) 1.00 pm

d) 8.00 pm

• Page 42, exercise 1 Ball – bend – basket – balloon – baby • Page 42, exercise 3 ball – violin – boat – five - marble – balloon - love

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ANSWER KEY • Page 43, exercise 2

• Page 51, exercise 1

a) Climbing

d) Wearing

1. whale

3. mouse

b) Throwing

e) Enjoying

2. shark

4. fish

• Page 52, exercise 1

c) Laughing • Page 44, exercise 2 I am an acrobat UNITS

2-3 Roundup Time

e) Whale

b) Dolphin

f) Squid

c) Shark

g) Crab

d) Seahorse

h) Sponge

• Page 53, exercise 1

• Page 46, exercise 1 a) Have breakfast

c) Have dinner

a) Same

c) Different

b) Eight o’clock

d) Go to bed

b) Different

d) Same

• Page 53, exercise 2

• Page 46, exercise 2 a) What time do you have tea in

Shark – same Squid – different

Britain? b) What time do you celebrate New Year in China? c) What do you do to celebrate the Independence Day in Chile?

• Page 54, exercise 2 a) Frog

d) Flowers

b) Dolphin

e) Raphael

c) Friday • Page 56, exercise 2

• Page 47, exercise 4 Fly – scared – jump – clapping –

a) A shark

c) Yes, they can.

happy

b) Yes, they are.

d) Yes, they do.

• Page 47, exercise 5

UNIT

a) Some

c) On

b) Next to

d) Under

UNIT

4

5 • Page 58, exercise 1 a) Lion

c) Shark

b) Cat

d) Starfish

• Page 59, exercise 2

• Page 49, exercise 2 a) A sailor

c) Weak

a) Ladybirds

c) Honey

b) Whale

d) Squid

b) Antennae

d) Fruit

• Page 60, exercise 2

• Page 50, exercise 2

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a) Starfish

1. Seahorse

4. Whale

a) Fly

d) Ant

2. Lion

5. Shark

b) Ladybird

e) Butterfly

3. Squid

6. Giraffe

c) Bee

f) Caterpillar


ANSWER KEY • Page 61, exercise 1

• Page 68, exercise 3

Eleven butterflies

a) Which is weaker, the lion or the

Six bees

fish?

Nine flies

b) Which is faster, the frog or the

Nine ladybirds

cat?

• Page 62, exercise 1

c) Which is slower, the dolphin or

a) Adult butterfly

d) Butterfly

b) Caterpillar

e) Adult

c) Chrysalis

butterfly

• Page 62, exercise 2 a) Adult butterfly

d) Chrysalis

b) Egg

e) Butterfly

c) Caterpillar

the crab? • Page 69, exercise 5 a) Bee

c) Is it a ladybird

b) Is it an ant

e) Is it a butterfly

• Page 69, exercise 6 a) Antennae

c) Fruit

b) Wings

d) Six

• Page 63, exercise 1 b) 6 – six c) 8 – eight 8 – eight 16 – sixteen d) 20 – twenty • Page 63, exercise 2 a) Two

c) Six

b) Four

d) Small

• Page 64, exercise 2 Crocodile – Kiki – carrot - card lake • Page 66, exercise 2 Bee • Page 66, exercise 3 Insects have six legs UNITS

4-5 Roundup Time • Page 68, exercise 2 a) Stronger

c) Taller

b) Smaller

d) Faster

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THEMATIC INDEX Topic

Page

• Alphabet 11

84

• Animals

9, 13, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67

• Circus

37, 38, 39, 43, 44, 45

• Clothes

21, 26

• Family

14, 15, 16, 19, 22, 23

• Food

7, 10, 17, 26, 28, 29, 30, 35

• Numbers

10, 32, 40, 41, 63

• Routines

18, 19, 22, 23, 29, 30, 33, 35, 36

• School

29, 30, 33

• Sounds

11, 20, 32, 42, 54, 64

• Time

27 - 31, 33 - 36


THEMATIC INDEX Grammar

Page

• Ability can / can’t

9, 13, 23, 31, 35, 45, 57, 67

• Adjectives

8, 9, 28, 49, 50, 53, 57

• Comparatives

51, 52, 55, 56, 58

• Prepositions of place 40 • Present progressive

21, 37, 38, 43

• Present simple affirmative

6 – 10, 13 – 20, 22, 23, 27 – 31, 33 – 35, 36 – 41, 45, 49 – 51, 55 – 57, 58 – 67

• Present simple interrogative

10, 12, 18, 20, 21, 23, 28, 34, 52, 58

• Present simple negative

9, 13, 17, 18, 20, 30

• To Be

8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 27, 28, 34, 37, 38, 39, 40, 49 – 53, 55 – 59, 63, 67

• To Have

7 – 9, 29, 30, 59, 61, 63, 67

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GLOSSARY 35. Tuesday: martes

UNIT

0

86

36. Umbrella: paraguas 37. Walk: caminar

1.

Apple: manzana

2.

Ball: pelota

3.

Bike: bicicleta

4.

Box: caja

5.

Building: edificio

6.

Carrot: zanahoria

7.

Crocodile: cocodrilo

41. Aunt: tía

8.

Dog: perro

42. Bat: muerciélago

9.

Friday: viernes

43. Brother: hermano

38. Watermelon: sandía 39. Wednesday: miércoles 40. Xylophone: xilófono UNIT

1

10. Giraffe: jirafa

44. Cat: gato

11. Grape: uva

45. Chore: tarea de la casa

12. Guitar: guitarra

46. Clean: limpiar

13. Hair: pelo

47. Clothes: ropa

14. Jump: saltar

48. Cousin: primo(a)

15. Lemon: limón

49. Dad: papá

16. Lettuce: lechuga

50. Daughter: hija

17. Lion: león

51. Dessert: postre

18. Monday: lunes

52. Do the shopping: hacer las compras

19. Monkey: mono

53. Dog: perro

20. Mountain: montaña

54. Dress: vestido

21. Neck: cuello

55. Grandma: abuela

22. Orange: naranja

56. Grandpa: abuelo

23. Pear: pera

57. Hat: gorro

24. Run: correr

58. Ice cream: helado

25. Saturday: sábado

59. Introduce: presentar

26. Seaside: costa

60. Jacket: chaqueta

27. Snake: serpiente

61. Make the bed: hacer la cama

28. Strawberry: frutilla

62. Mum: mamá

29. Sunday: domingo

63. Shoes: zapatos

30. Sunflower: girasol

64. Shorts: pantalón corto

31. Swim: nadar

65. Sister: hermana

32. Tail: cola

66. Son: hijo

33. Teeth: dientes

67. Trousers: pantalones

34. Thursday: jueves

68. T-shirt: polera


GLOSSARY 69. Uncle: tío

101. Catch: atrapar

70. Walk the dog: pasear al perro

102. Circus: circo

71. Water the plants: regar las plantas

103. Climb: escalar

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104. Clown: payaso 105. Coordination: coordinación

72. Battery: pila, batería

106. Costume: disfraz

73. Breakfast: desayuno

107. Duck: pato

74. Britain: Gran Bretaña

108. Enjoy: disfrutar

75. Cake: torta

109. Fly: volar

76. Children: niños(as)

110. In: dentro de

77. Clock: reloj

111. Juggler: malabarista

78. Dinner: cena

112. Jump: saltar

79. Drink: tomar

113. Marble: bolita

80. Electricity: electricidad

114. Muscle: músculo

81. Late: tarde

115. Next to: al lado de

82. Love: amor

116. On: encima de

83. Lunch: almuerzo

117. Ringmaster: presentador

84. O’clock: en punto

118. Rope: cuerda

85. Pocket watch: reloj de bolsillo

119. Scared: asustado(a)

86. Rabbit: conejo

120. Stretch: estirar

87. Routine: rutina

121. Tired: cansado

88. Shadow: sombra

122. Trapeze: trapecio

89. Short: bajo(a)

123. Under: debajo de

90. Sun: sol 91. Tall: alto(a) 92. Tea: té 93. Time: tiempo 94. USA: Estados Unidos de América 95. Vase: florero 96. Vegetable: vegetal 97. Watch: reloj de pulsera UNIT

3 98. Acrobat: acróbata 99. Audience: público 100. Bend: doblar

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4 124. Beach: playa 125. Cold: frío 126. Crab: cangrejo 127. Different: diferente 128. Dive: zambullirse 129. Dolphin: delfín 130. Fast: rápido 131. Fire: fuego 132. Fish: pez 133. Frog: rana 134. Hungry: hambriento(a) 135. Invertebrate: invertebrado

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GLOSSARY 136. Island: isla 137. Jolly: alegre 138. Land: tierra 139. Ocean: océano 140. Sailor: marinero 141. Same: igual 142. Sea: mar 143. Seahorse: caballo de mar 144. Shark: tiburón 145. Slow: lento 146. Sponge: esponja 147. Squid: calamar 148. Starfish: estrella de mar 149. Strong: fuerte 150. Vertebrate: vertebrado 151. Wake up: despertar 152. Weak: débil 153. Whale: ballena UNIT

5 154. Ant: hormiga 155. Antennae: antenas 156. Anthill: hormiguero 157. Bee: abeja 158. Butterfly: mariposa 159. Caterpillar: oruga 160. Chyisalis: crisálida 161. Cycle: ciclo 162. Drone: zángano 163. Egg: huevo 164. Fly: mosca 165. Garden: jardín 166. Hear: escuchar 167. Honey: miel 168. Insect: insecto 169. Ladybird: chinita 170. Smell: oler

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Murphy, R. (2000). English Grammar in Use. (rd. ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ediciones SM Chile S.A. (2011). Diccionario Inglés básico. Santiago.

Hardy-Gould, Janet (2006). Dominoes Starter: Sinbad the Sailor. USA: Oxford ELT.

Arengo, Sue (2001). The Ugly Duckling. USA: Oxford ELT.

Heald, A. y Sánchez de la Barquera, A. (2011). Imagine “2”. (st. ed.). Dayton: University of Dayton.

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