PHOTOS LIÉES À CETTE ARTICLE:
GROW A TREE (page 38)
Did you know that the tree roots are as long as the tree branches
We went outside to see and touch the different parts of the tree.
Vocabulary: roots, branches, leaves, give
Find the words in the wordsearch)
Write about your town
Example: Near my house there is a small supermarket and a sweet shop. Near my school there is a park and a book shop
Listen and number
We go to supermarket, toy shop, clothes shop, pet shop, cinema
Continuation (grow a tree)
Workbook activity page 41
Children must draw the trees on the workbook and tell the parts of it
Vocabulary: trees, trunks, roots, leaves
POSY OF FLOWERS
Look at the beautiful flowers
Word bank: sunflower, rose, tulip
TRAFFIC LIGHTS Page 45
Green means go
Yellow means slow down
Red means stop
Color and write
Stop don’t cross the road (the traffic light is green
Stop, look and wait (the traffic light is yellow
Stop and look and cross the road (the traffic light is red=
FLAGS and their colors
United kingdom, Israel, France, United States of America, China and Canada
Workbook activity page 50
Look at the flags and tell the colors
Then make your own flag
NUMBERS AND PROBLEM SOLVING
Division and multiplication
Children need piece of paper and a pen
Write a number 1 to 30 and subtract 2
Multiply this number by 3
Divide the number by 3 add 5
Subtract your number
Fantastic you have got 7
The Eight planets
There are eight planets in our solar system.
Each planet has a name
Neptune, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Earth, Uranus, mercury
Word bank: The solar system, eight, sun
Workbook page 53
Cutout the planets on page 95and stick them in order from 1 to 8.
Continuation of numbers and problem solving
Workbook activity: page 48
A secret message
Can you write a secret message to your friend
Or invent a trick
BOARD GAME 5PAGE 49
Color the planet using the example on page 52 to help you
We live in planet Earth
Planet Earth is 70 percent of water
Vocabulary: bicycle, car, rockets, boat, horse
Workbook activity; Choose the correct description for each picture
Word bank: park rockets, fantastic
Rooms inside the house
Workbook activity : page 50
Hide and seek at home
Listen and look Is there a dragon here?
In the garden there’s a big tree and there are lots of flowers.
In the living room there’s a sofa
EARTH’S PRECIOUS STONES page 58
Workbook activity: The earth has many precious stones. We can dig them out of the grounds
Word bank: precious stones, ground, dig out
Can you find the precious stones in the picture?
Continuation of the previous activity
Activity page 51
Look and find Danny
Name the rooms
Dialogue: Look in the living room, where is Danny? He is behind the sofa
There’s a bed
There is a lamp on the table
It’s the bathroom
Make hide and seek game
Workbook page 60
Do you know why it is important to recycle?
It protects our planet by transforming waste into new products.
Word bank: products, glass, papers, recycle, protect, etc.
Help us recycle this waste by putting it in the right bin
Look and Match
Workbook activity page 52
Circle the words
Vocabulary: bath, cooker, table , lamp,
Toilet sofa, bed, chair, fridge
Listen and draw Danny page 53
Look and find the differences
Dialogue: There is a lamp on the table
There is a cap on the chair
There is a book on the table
How to help? Page 61
Walk to school, Use a paper straw,
Recycle your waste, Turn the tap off
Word bank: reuse, recycle, help, reduce
Circle the right thing to do
Hide and seek gam page 54
Play the hide and seek game
Dialogue: Is there a dragon in the dining room? No, there isn’t
Is there a dragon in the bathroom? Yes there is!
Sing a song
There’s a lion in the kitchen can you see?
There’s a monkey in the kitchen can you see?
There’s a spider in the bedroom can you see?
0 to 10 Spindle boxes
Workbook page 66
Cut out the spindles on page 107
Fill the boxes with the correct numbers of spindles
Color the beads using the examples to help you
Numbers 11 to 19
Read about Molly’s bedroom
In my bedroom there’s a small table next to the bed. There’s a lamp on the table. There’s a bog table and a chair opposite the door.
Children must describe their own room by using the phrases we learned on unit 5
LAST DAY OF KIDS FOR SCHOOL