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100

Camping

A: Wake up, Annie!
B: (Time?)
A: (7:00)
    (Breakfast)
B: Good. (Hungry)
    Smells good.
    (Breakfast?)
A: Bread and eggs.
B: Yum! (Favorite)


Camping

A: Wake up, Annie!
B: What time is it?
A: It's seven o'clock.
    It's time for breakfast.
B: Good. I"m hungry.
    Smells good.
    What's for breakfast?
A: Bread and eggs.
B: Yum! That's my favorite.

100

Name 6 activities you do when camping.

* clean the tent       * play cards

* cook breakfast       * listen to stories

* laugh at jokes       * climb a mountain

* watch the sunrise*       wash the pots and pans

100

Ask about what did when camping

Did...?

Yes...
No...

Example:

Did you climb a mountain?
Yes, I did. And I watched the sunrise, too.

Did you play cards?
No, I didn't.  I listened to stories.


100

Read these words with -ed endings: (t) and (d)

baked, kissed, washed, talked, walked, cooked
played, cleaned, claimed, studied, listened, called

Make sentences with them.

Example

Mother cooked dinner and then washed the dishes.

I called my friend. She came over and we played board games.

100

Read these words:

Verbs: burn, cut, break, strain
Nouns: antibiotic ointment, bandage, cast, ice pack

What's wrong with the girl? So what did she do?



She spilled a hot drink,
and she burned her hand.
So she put her hand under cold water.
Then she put antibiotic ointment on it.

200

At the Amusement Park

A: It's so hot. (thirsty)
B: Me, too. Let's... (juice)
C: (kind of juice?)
B: (pineapple)
    Uh-oh! (money)
A: That's okay. (treat)
    Here you are.
B:

A: It's so hot. I'm really thirsty.
B: Me, too. Let's get some juice.
C: What kind of juice do you want?
B: Pineapple juice, please.
    Uh-oh! I don't have enough money.
A: That's okay. It's my treat.
    Here you are.
B: Thanks a lot.

200

Name 6 activities at an amusement park.

* go on a ride       * drink soda pop

* win a prize       * eat cotton candy

* see a show       * have lunch

* buy tickets       * take pictures

200

What did __ do at the amusement park?

Example:

see a show (o)
buy tickets (x)

Example

What did you do at the amusement park?
I saw a show. I didn't buy tickets.

What did your mom do?
She took pictures. She didn't go on a ride.

200

Read these words with -ed endings: (Id)

planted, greeted, waited, invited, roasted, needed, wanted, weeded, dusted, painted

Use them to make sentences.

Example: 

I planted a flower seed.
I watered it and weeded it.
Then I waited for it to grow.
I wanted to show my friends the flower.
When it was ready, I invited them over.
They liked it and painted pictures of it.

200

Read these words:

Verbs: burn, cut, break, strain
Nouns: antibiotic ointment, bandage, cast, ice pack

What's wrong with the girl? So what did she do?

The girl feels bad.
She broke a bone in her arm.
So she went to the hospital.
A doctor put a cast on her arm.

300

Around the House

A: Let... (help), Mom.
B: Thanks. (careful, heavy)
A: No __.
   (strong)
B: Yes, you are.
A: Help!
B: ____!
    (okay?)
A: I think so. But... (skateboard)
    It's broken.

Around the House

A: Let me help you, Mom.
B: Thanks. Be careful. It's heavy.
A: No problem.
   I'm strong.
B: Yes, you are.
A: Help!
B: Watch out!
    Are you okay?
A: I think so. But look at my skateboard.  
    It's broken.

300

Name 6 activities you do at home.

* make the bed       * sweep the floor

* set the table       * hang up the clothes

* do the laundry       * take out the garbage

* feed the pets       * put away the groceries

300

Talk about what did on the weekend.

What...?

Family - clean the house
Dad - garbage, car
Mom - laundry, shopping
Brother - groceries, pets
I - hang up, floor

A: What did you do on the weekend?
B: My family cleaned the house.
A: Oh, really? What did you all do?
B: Well, dad took out the garbage,
    and he washed the car.
A: What did your mom do?
B: She did the laundry and went grocery
    shopping.
A: Did your brother help too?
B: Yes, he did. He put away the groceries,
    and he also fed the pets.
A: How about you? What did you do?
B: I hung up the clothes and swept the floor.
A: Sounds like you had a busy weekend.

300

Read these words with -le endings: (을)

beetle, bicycle, bottle, puddle, uncle, middle, popsicle, little, candle, handle, poodle, riddle, fiddle

Use them to make sentences.

Example:

My uncle rides his bicycle in the middle of the road.

Look at the little beetle I put in this bottle. 

300

Read these words:

Verbs: burn, cut, break, strain
Nouns: antibiotic ointment, bandage, cast, ice pack

What's wrong with the boy? So what did he do?

The boy doesn't feel good.
His leg hurts.
He strained a muscle in his leg.
So he put an ice pack on it.

400

In Town

A: Excuse me.
    (museum)
    (far?)
B: Not really.
    (2 blocks) (right) (on left)
A: Did... (turn right or left?)
B: (right) (on left)
A: ....
B: You're __. Have __.

In Town

A: Excuse me.
    I'm looking for the museum.
    Is it far?
B: Not really.
    Walk 2 blocks. Turn right. It's on the left.
A: Did you say turn right or turn left?
B: Turn right. It's on the left.
A: Thank you very much.
B: You're welcome. Have a nice day.

400

Name 6 activities you can do in town.

* see a movie       * buy a donut

* ride the bus       * get a haircut

* rent a DVD       * visit a friend

* take a taxi       * mail a letter

400

Talk about where going now and plan to do.

Example:

Where are you going?
->hair salon

What are you going to do?
-> get a haircut (o)
    get a perm (x)

Talk about where going now and plan to do.

Example:

Where are you going?
I'm going to the hair salon.

What are you going to do?
I'm going to get a haircut.
I'm not going to get a perm.

And your mom? Dad? Friend?

400

Read these words with -er endings: 

blister, butter, dinner, lobster, mother, tiger, sister, swimmer, bigger, Peter, Buster

Use them to make sentences.

Example:

Mother is making lobster with butter for dinner.

My sister is a better swimmer than me.


400

Read these words:

multiplication, word problem, multiplied by, equation
division, divided by, answer

Read this word problem:

Sam has 20 pieces of candy. He wants to share the candy with his three friends. How many pieces each will Sam and his friends get? 

What kind of problem is this?
What is the equation for this problem?
What is the answer?

It's a division problem. 

The equation is: 20 ÷ 4 = 5

The answer is: They will each get 5 pieces of candy.

500

At the Food Festival

A: (eating?)
B: Rice. (try) (good)
A: No, thanks.
B: (come) (just)
A: Oh... (but)
B: Here you go.
A: Hey! ...
B: (told)

At the Food Festival

A: What are you eating?
B: Rice. Try some. It's good.
A: No, thanks.
B: Come on. Just a little.
A: Oh, all right. But not too much.
B: Here you go.
A: Hey! It's delicious.
B: I told you so.

500

Name 6 things you can eat or drink at a food festival. 

* taco/tacos       * burrito/burritos

* french fry/french fries       * hot dog/hot dogs

* spaghetti       * curry

* iced tea       * lemonade

500

Talk with a friend about what to eat at a food festival.

A: Look at all this food. It all looks delicious.
B: I think so too. What...?

What are you going to have?
I'm going to have __.

How about you? What are you going to have?

500

Read these words with al/au/aw: (어)

all, ball, fall, small, tall, call, wall, hall
talk, walk, chalk
laundry, saucer, Paul
crawl, draw, claw, paw, jaw

Use them to make sentences.

Example:

Look at Paul move his jaw. He talks all day long.

I like to walk in fall and draw the colorful leaves. 

500

Read these words:

multiplication, word problem, multiplied by, equation
division, divided by, answer

Read this word problem:

Lucy lives on a farm and has three chickens. Each chicken gives her six eggs a week. How many eggs does she get every week? 

What kind of problem is this?
What is the equation for this problem?
What is the answer?

It's a multiplication problem. 

The equation is: 3 × 6 = 18

The answer is: Lucy gets 18 eggs every week.

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