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Hello and goodbye
VOCABULARY: Hello!, Hi!, Goodbye!, Bye!, See you!
GRAMMAR: How are you? I'm fine, thank you.
What’s your name?
VOCABULARY: Alex, Ben, David, Grace, Kim, Lily, Sarah, Tom
GRAMMAR: What's your name? My name is …
VOCABULARY: Letters A–Z, letter
GRAMMAR: How do you spell that?
The number rumba
VOCABULARY: Numbers 1–10
GRAMMAR: How old are you? I'm (6).
What colour is it?
VOCABULARY: blue, green, red, yellow, pink, colour
GRAMMAR: What colour is it? It's (blue).
Can you help me please?
VOCABULARY: Pardon? Sorry. I don't understand. Don't worry!
GRAMMAR: How do you say this in English? What is this... in English? Please say that again.
Toys, Toys, Toys
VOCABULARY: plane, doll, kite, robot, teddy bear, bike, toy
GRAMMAR: I've got a (plane). I haven't got a (robot).
Big and small
VOCABULARY: Adjectives (big, small, new, old, cool)
GRAMMAR: It's (big).
VOCABULARY: mum, dad, brother, sister, grandma, grandpa
GRAMMAR: Who is that? That's my (mum).
Family and friends
VOCABULARY: auntie, uncle, cousin, baby, friend
GRAMMAR: His / Her name is …
I love my pets
VOCABULARY: pet, bird, cat, dog, fish, horse
GRAMMAR: It's a (bird).
I love colours
VOCABULARY: black, orange, grey, white, brown, purple
GRAMMAR: It's a (black) cat. It's an (orange) fish.
Look at me
VOACBULARY: face, ears, eyes, mouth, nose, smile
GRAMMAR: Look at his / her (face)!
I’m happy today
VOCABULARY: happy, sad, angry, hungry, thirsty, tired, very
GRAMMAR: He's/She's (happy). He/She isn't (sad).
This is me
VOCABULARY: head, arms, body, feet, legs, hands
GRAMMAR: This is my (head). These are my (arms).
I like fruit
VOCABULARY: fruit, apples, bananas, grapes, pears, oranges
GRAMMAR: What's your favourite fruit? I like … I don't like … Me too.
What’s your favourite food?
VOCABULARY: milk, tomatoes, eggs, fish, bread, chicken
GRAMMAR: Do you like (eggs)? Yes, I do. / No, I don't.
Are you ready for school?
VOCABULARY: book, bag, crayon, rubber, pen, pencil, ruler
GRAMMAR: Have you got a...? Yes, I have. / No, I haven't.
VOCABULARY: clap (your hands), shout, open/close (your book), listen, write, sit down/stand up
GRAMMAR: Clap your hands! Don't shout!
The apple tree
VOCABULARY: frog, mouse, bee, spider, flower, tree
GRAMMAR: I can / can't see a (frog).
Look at my garden
VOCABULARY: Numbers 11–20, mice
GRAMMAR: There's a (frog). There are (18 flowers).
VOCABULARY: (blonde) hair, (brown) eyes, glasses, long hair, short hair, young/old
GRAMMAR: He's/She's got... He/She hasn't got...
She can sing
VOCABULARY: sing, catch/throw a ball, draw, paint, dance
GRAMMAR: He/She can/can't...
It’s party time
VOCABULARY: balloon, bat, watch, skateboard, tennis racket, scooter
GRAMMAR: Whose is this...? It's mine/yours/his/hers.
She likes chocolate
VOCABULARY: chocolate, cake, sweets, lemonade, sausages, pies, juice
GRAMMAR: He/She likes... - He/She doesn't like...
Let’s go to the zoo
VOCABULARY: snakes, lizards, crocodiles, giraffes, zebras, polar bears
GRAMMAR: What are they? They're... / They aren't...
VOCABULARY: meat, fish, grass, water, leaves, insects
GRAMMAR: like + noun - They like / don't like...
VOCABULARY: bathroom, bedroom, dining room, kitchen, living room, hall
GRAMMAR: Where’s…? He's/She's in the (bathroom).
Where is Ziggy?
VOCABULARY: bed, bath, toy box, cupboard, desk, rug
GRAMMAR: He’s/She’s/It’s in/on/under the (bed).
Where’s Mr Clarke?
VOCABULARY: classroom, playground, music room, computer room, library, gym
GRAMMAR: Where’s…? He's/She's in the… He/She isn't in the…
VOCABULARY: child/children, teacher, clock, window, poster, board, chair
GRAMMAR: Is there a... in the...? Yes, there is./No, there isn't. / Are there any... in the...? Yes, there are./No, there aren't.