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Each box features 30 cute manipulatives and 10 colorful activity mats that focus on beginning, ending or rhyming sounds. To complete each mat, kids search for 3 objects that have the same sound pictured on the mat…like matching a cat, a rat and a bat to the picture of a hat! Complete set includes all 3 boxes shown, for a total of 90 manipulatives and 30 mats…and boxes and mats are color-coded for easy organization.
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Just print on lightweight card stock for added durability, laminate then add some clothes pegs to match to the real life photos or the letters. Perfect for building up fine motor skills too! Here's what's included -6 different letter wheels featuring an image for every letter of the alphabet to match to - 1 per A4 page 1 letter wheel. PreK - 2 nd. Literacy Center Ideas , Printables. Show more details.
Wish List. This set of beginning letter sound printables and picture cards includes worksheets to help students practice letter-sound correspondence and identify beginning sounds. Several different variations included to provide students with repeated practice to help increase their speed and accuracy in identifying beginning letter sounds. Both beginning consonant and vowel sounds are represented.
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What: It has got 45 levels, tens of ring decks and balconies; a restaurant with a glass revolving floor. Extra exercises for Spotlight 6. Module 1. Module 2. Module 3. Module 4. Module 5. Module 6. Module 7. Module 8. Module 9. Module Rules and Regulations 8 a.
Fill in the spidergram, add some more types of dwellings. Translate the following words and word combinations. Which of the items can and can not students of The International Summer School do? Split into pairs and choose a type of dwelling. Now imagine that you live there. What are the rules for your guests? Make a poster. Read the rules of one of Moscow schools. Tom: Because I must help my dad 2.
Think of the rules at your school. List them and share with your classmates. What are the common rules? What are the differences? Shall we? Match activities and the places where you can do them. Reconstruct the dialogue and role play it. Sandra Mary Are serious? What do you feel like doing tonight? How about going to the cinema? Oh, how can you watch it? That sounds good! Brilliant idea! Look at the pictures and compare them. Use than and the adjectives in the box.
Ferrari Daewoo Matiz 4. Complete the sentences and use a comparative form. This coffee is very weak. The room in the hotel was really big. The weather is too hot in this city. Complete the sentences and use a superlative form.
Be late for classes Do the home work on time Talk at the lesson Miss classes Be ready to answer the questions Interrupt the teacher 7. Think of the signs you would like to have at school at the canteen, in the cloakroom, in the concert hall, etc. Draw them and sign. House rules 1. Read the dialogue between Mr. Cox and Daniel at p.
Daniel thinks the room is awful. He can have snacks and soft drinks in his room. Culture Corner 1. The Empire State Building is the tallest building in the world. It took….. The building can be white, green, blue, purple, red and orange depending on the day of the week. Read about Ostankino Tower and make an outline of the text: The total height of the Ostankino Tower designed by Nikolai Nikitin is meters.
Translate the sentences into Russian. How would you like to pay? Which play would you like to see? Then find the stickers. What are they saying? Look, read and match. Read and complete. Then sing I'm a Sweet Monster! I love 1 lollipops And 2 chocolate , too! I love 3 jam And 4 cake and 5 juice!
I'm a Sweet Monster And I've got a sweet tooth! Look at the pictures and circle the right words. Read and write. Then sing Rainbow food! Rainbow food is good for you: Red 1 tomatoes and apples, too! Green 2 peas , green 3 pears all for you. Orange for 4 carrots and oranges, too! Number the dialogues. Then, in pairs, act out the dialogues.
I love chocolate! I love cake! I love lollipops! Hello, I'm Betty. I love food. Yes, I do! I like potatoes and carrots. I love oranges and tomatoes. My favourite food is chocolate! Colour the fruit red and the vegetables green. Julia likes vegetables. She doesn't like football.
She likes frogs. She doesn't like spiders. Andy doesn't like vegetables. He likes football. He doesn't like frogs.
I love 1 lollipops And 2 chocolate , too! I love 3 jam And 4 cake and 5 juice! I'm a Sweet Monster And I've got a sweet tooth! Look at the pictures and circle the right words. Read and write. Then sing Rainbow food! Rainbow food is good for you: Red 1 tomatoes and apples, too! Green 2 peas , green 3 pears all for you. Orange for 4 carrots and oranges, too! Number the dialogues. Then, in pairs, act out the dialogues. I love chocolate! I love cake! I love lollipops! Hello, I'm Betty.
I love food. Yes, I do! I like potatoes and carrots. I love oranges and tomatoes. My favourite food is chocolate! Colour the fruit red and the vegetables green. Julia likes vegetables. She doesn't like football. She likes frogs. She doesn't like spiders. Andy doesn't like vegetables.
He likes football. He doesn't like frogs. He likes spiders. Kathy likes vegetables. She likes spiders. George likes vegetables. He likes frogs. A The quality of food. B The friendly people. C The prices of things. Listen to a man talking about taking pictures. Which of the following the true? A He only takes pictures of people. B He prefers taking pictures of unusual things. Listen to a girl talking about exchange programme. How was her experience? A Strange. B Boring. C Exciting.
Test 6 B Module 6. Native, beneath, varied, drive, catch, snaps, missed, sunstroke, boat, landmarks, booked, cuisine. Sam is going to Madrid with British Airways. Oh, you poor thing! Ben was late going to the airport. E Fill in at, off, in, on, for, without, aside. I booked my holidays … advanced this year. Hotels offer special rates if you travel … season. Please send me the information … delay. They spent a week … the seaside last summer. There are many bikes … hire in Helsinki.
We had to set … early in the morning to catch the holidays. The plane crashed with passengers … board. A visit many museums and landmarks. C Choose something suitable for you. B Relieved. C Annoyed. A The friendly people. B The quality of food. C He prefers taking pictures of unusual things. A Exciting. C Strange. TEST 6 A. A 1 drive 4 boat 7 give 10 catch. B 11 arrive C 16 Jill said that it was so chilly that evening. D 22 She told me to learn about local laws and customs.
TEST 6 B. A 1 booked 4 beneath 7 catch 10 missed. B 11 reached C 16 Charlie said that they had won the final match. D 22 She told me not to carry large amounts of cash. E 28 in 32 off. Tape script. Native, beneath, give, varied, drive, catch, snaps, unspoilt, majestic, sunstroke, boat, landmarks 1. Grammar C Rewrite the following statements in reported speech.