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2 unit page 4 Write the names of the different stores. toy store 8 housewares store stationery store 7 pet store shoe store 6 clothes store 5 3 music store food court 4 food court clothes store shoe store toy store music store pet store housewares store stationery store Write one item from each store. Student s own answer. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 77

3 3 page 6 Look at the plan. Write sentences about the stores. TOY STORE STATIONERY STORE MUSIC STORE CLOTHES STORE SHOE STORE FOOD COURT PET STORE HOUSEWARES STORE next to opposite behind next to The food court is the pet store. The stationery store is behind the shoe store. 3 The pet store is opposite the shoe store. 4 The housewares store is next to the pet store. 5 The music store is the housewares store. opposite 78 Read and complete. The toy store is opposite the stationery store. The is next to the food court. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. pet / clothes store

4 5 page 8 Read the text about Ocean World. Draw a picture for the leaflet. Ocean World is in the United States. It is a very big ocean theme park for all the family. Next to the entrance there is a dolphin show. Behind the dolphin pool there is an orca whale show. There are lots of great rides at Ocean World, too! You can buy fantastic toys at the Ocean World Toy Store, and there are great restaurants and snack bars for hungry people! Students draw a picture for the leaflet. Answer the questions about exercise. Where is Ocean World?. It is in the United States What is Ocean World?. It is a very big ocean theme park for all the family 3 What shows can you see?. You can see a dolphin show and an orca whale show 4 Where can you eat?. You can eat at the restaurants and snack bars Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 79

5 unit page Complete the text about Bobby Bounce s summer vacation. Every summer I go on vacation. I go to my favorite campsite next to the ocean. I have a big green lovely red I always take my I take a tent and a. flashlight to see at night. plate sleeping bag, a knife, and a fork to eat with. Choose two pictures. Write sentences about your vacation. Students write sentences about their vacations.. 80 Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

6 page 3 Write the sentences with the correct information. They are going to sleep in beds. They are going to sleep in tents. They are going to cook hamburgers. They are going to cook sausages. 3 They are going to take cameras. They are going to take flashlights. 4 They are going to wash their plates in the kitchen. They are going to wash their plates in the river. Match the sentences to the pictures. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 8

7 4 page 5 Circle the words that rhyme. bring book tent fry cook play sing day buy Complete the song with words in the box. Tilly and Thomas, Brenda and Brent, Are going on vacation with their! tent cook Tilly and Thomas are going to. book Tilly s going to take her mom s cook. buy Brenda and Brent are going to fry Ten fat sausages for them to. play Tilly and Thomas are going to. day They re going to organize games for the. bring Brenda and Brent are going to sing Their guitars along so they can. 3 Listen to track 8 on your Student s Multi-ROM and check your answers. 8 Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

8 unit 3 page 0 Complete the secret code for letters o, p, s, t, w, and x. = = = = = = Use the code and write the words. Match them to the pictures. curtains fence 3 grass 4 roof 5 glass 6 rugs 7 furniture 8 garage Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 83

9 3 3 page Read the list of things to do. Circle the things that need fixing. 84 Write sentences about what Franny and Finnigan are going to do and what they aren t going to do. Finnigan. is going to fix the roof He. isn t going to make new curtains 3 He. is going to put new glass in the windows 4 Franny. is going to buy a new rug 5 She. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. isn t going to paint the door

10 7 3 page 6 Circle the activities you re going to do next weekend. Students circle the activities they are going to do next weekend. Write about your activities next weekend. I m going to Students write about their activities they are going to do next week.. I m not going to. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 85

11 unit 4 page 9 Create your own story by circling your preferences. Students create their own story by circling their preferences. The children of Delaney School are going to go on a day trip next Monday / Wednesday / Friday. They re going to visit the Dinosaur Museum / Science Museum / Toy Museum. They re going to travel to the museum by car / bus / train. The guide is going to tell them all about dinosaurs / science / toys through history. The children s parents are going to meet them at the entrance to the museum at o clock / 3 o clock / 4 o clock. Complete and answer the questions about exercise. What time How Where Who When 86 are the children going to go on a day trip?. are they going to go?. 3 are they going to travel there?. 4 is going to tell them about the museum?. 5 are the parents going to meet them at the museum? Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. When The children are going to go on a day trip next Where They are going to go to the How They re going to travel there by Who The guide is going to tell them all about What time The parents are going to meet them at.

12 44 page 3 Find the words below in the puzzle and circle them. bone tail jump hit stone run catch dinosaur kiss shout s h o u t q c o d p g a u s f b s t a i l v c b o n e o f r n c l r e f e j c r b o a a u w k j b u o s s d c n e h i t r m e a u a k t n a s d h p u m t m p e r s s m o r e c i o c d t s t o n e h Listen to track 7 on your Student s Multi-ROM and check your answers. Complete the song with words in the puzzle in exercise. I m a called Dan. She s a called Clover. Do the dinosaur rock! Do the dinosaur rock! dinosaur catch you if I can. I m going to jump up and shout at you, I m going to And stick my tongue out at you. dinosaur called Dan. I m a He s a called Wayne. dinosaur She s going to you all over. kiss run up behind you, She s going to tail around you. And put her dinosaur called Clover. She s a dinosaur He s going to play a prehistoric game. He s going to look for a, stone And it three times with a. hit dinosaur called Wayne. He s a bone Do the dinosaur rock! Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 87

13 4 page 3 5 Decorate your autograph sheet and write your autograph. Students write and decorate their autograph. 3 Unscramble the autograph message and write. autograph is This my, ask now to going And I m all For autographs other the Of people class the my in! This is my autograph, And now I m going to ask For all the other autographs Of the people in my class! Ask your friends and family for their autographs and autograph messages. 88 Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

14 unit 5 page 37 Complete the comparing words chart. Adjectives pretty old cheap busy large neat smart Comparing words prettier older cheaper busier larger neater smarter Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. older Sam s car is (old) than Fred s car. Sadie s desk is (neat) neater than Jeff s desk. 3 Wilfred is (smart) smarter than Denver. 4 The Wild West Restaurant is (busy) than The Valley Lunch Bar. busier Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 89

15 3 5 page 38 Look at the pictures and complete the text with comparing words from the box. prettier than larger than smaller than older than 90 The Mermaid Hotel and The Sea Shell Hotel are on Tongaliki Beach. They re both very nice hotels. The Mermaid Hotel is The Sea Shell Hotel. It has 00 rooms. The Sea Shell Hotel only has 35 rooms, and it has a small garden. The Sea Shell Hotel s garden is much The Mermaid Hotel s garden. The Mermaid Hotel is five years old. The Sea Shell Hotel is 5 years old. It is much The Mermaid Hotel. The old building is very pretty. The Mermaid Hotel is very modern. The Sea Shell Hotel is The Mermaid Hotel. Write two more sentences to compare the hotels. Use busy and cheap. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. smaller than older than prettier than larger than

16 7 5 page 4 Match the sentences that have the same meaning. Katie s desk is untidier than Andy s desk. Katie s handwriting is neater than Andy s handwriting. 3 Katie s car is cheaper than Andy s car. 4 Katie s turtle is quieter than Andy s parrot. 5 Katie s house is larger than Andy s house. a b c d e Andy s isn t as cheap as Katie s. Andy s isn t as untidy as Katie s. Andy s isn t as neat as Katie s. Andy s isn t as large as Katie s. Andy s isn t as quiet as Katie s. Write K or A next to each picture. A A K K K Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 9

17 unit 6 page 44 Make sentences to compare these things. Student s own answer. Student s own answer. Student s own answer. Student s own answer. Write T (True) or F (False). Studying at school is more important than playing video games. A house is more expensive than a castle. F 3 An elephant is more intelligent than a dog. T 4 A cat is more frightening than a lion. F T 9 Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

18 6 page 46 3 Read and draw a picture of yourself with a tarantula. Having a tarantula as a pet is more frightening than having a turtle, but it s also more interesting. Student s own drawing. Look at the pictures. Complete the sentence. more difficult more exciting Yoga is than dancing, but dancing is. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 93

19 6 page 47 4 Complete the chart with your answers. Ocean Animals is a very interesting television program! Interesting television program Frightening movie Exciting book Important person Difficult subject Beautiful animal Joey Ocean Animals Horror at the Beach Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The President Science Lion You Compare your opinions. Students compare opinions. is more interesting than Ocean Animals Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

20 unit 7 page 5 Complete the sentences. Clues: Across laughed The children at the comedy program on television last night. Janie called her friend on her cell phone yesterday. 3 Ted talked about his problem with his teacher this morning. 4 Mitzi her friends to see a video on Sunday. invited Down listened I to some great music on the radio yesterday. They danced for four hours at the disco. 3 Eddie walked his dog in the park this afternoon. 4 The boys played soccer in the yard yesterday. 4 i Use the words in exercise to complete the crossword. n v 3 i t t l a u g h e d i a 4 3 s n p w t c a l l e d a l k e d e a l n d y k e e e d d d d Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 95

21 7 page 54 3 Read the story about Brad and his dog and underline the verbs. Every day Brad walks in the park with his dog, Tiger. Tiger plays with his ball. Brad plays baseball with his friends. The boys talk and laugh a lot. Then the boys call Tiger and they all walk back to Brad s house. They listen to his CDs in his bedroom. Write about what Brad and Tiger did yesterday. walked in the park with his dog, Tiger. Tiger played with his ball. Brad played baseball with his friends. The boys talked and laughed a lot. Then the boys called Tiger and they all walked back to Brad s house. They listened to his CDs in his bedroom. Yesterday Brad 96 Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

22 7 page 57 6 Number the sentences in the correct order to make a story. Elm Town. Their grandparents 7 in Elm Town. They collected lots of candy. 4 as witches. They used long black costumes, tall black hats, 6 in funny costumes, too. They walked to all of the houses Last year Lucy and Hank celebrated in 3 live there. It was Halloween so they dressed up 5 and broomsticks. Lots of other children dressed up Circle Lucy and Hank in the picture. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 97

23 unit 8 page 6 Write the verbs in the past tense. ate eat wore wear went 3 go gave 4 give was 5 be made 6 make bought 7 buy had 8 have Complete the sentences about Bobby Bounce. Use the verbs in exercise. Yesterday Bobby Bounce to the store. bought He a book. It very big. had 3 He lunch in a restaurant. ate went 4 He a sandwich. was 5 Bobby Bounce the book to his mom. 6 He her very happy. made gave 98 Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

24 8 page 63 4 Write sentences about your family and friends. Use words in the box. Students write sentences about their family and friends. went ate wore gave was made had bought When I was six, I. When my brother / sister was young,. 3 When my friend was,. 4 When. 5 When. Draw a picture about one of your sentences. Student s own drawing. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 99

25 8 page 65 6 Complete the story with verbs in the past tense. send say draw win leave see become be listen meet start Craig Norman never to his teachers. He pictures of a parrot called Crackjaw. One day, Craig a national cartoon competition on the television. He pictures of Crackjaw and he won first prize. 3 When Craig eighteen, he school. Soon, went became was saw listened sent he to work on a children s program on television. He very famous. met said 4 One day, Craig Mr. Hill. You and Crackjaw are very famous now, he. left drew 00 Macmillan Publishers Limited 0.

26 unit 9 page 68 Find the words below in the puzzle and circle them. aquarium picnic downtown skating rink fairground fitness center swimming pool library f i t n e s s c e n t e r n a f a i r g r o u n d d v l i b r a r y s t a e o z p k u w q e t u f a b w w s i a q u k e n u s i n b h d c d a v u l r a n t n k e b n r f d l c a k o t u u s b i f l o n g p w f i y c l u c o q f m e n u s w i m m i n g p o o l m p s k a t i n g r i n k Read the clues and write the places from exercise. There are a lot of books. library You can see fish there. aquarium 3 People go there to swim. swimming pool 4 You go to a park for this. picnic 5 People go there to do sports. fitness center 6 There are lots of rides there. fairground 7 People go there to skate. skating rink 8 You can find stores there. downtown Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 0

27 9 page 69 Correct the sentences about Rufus last week. 3 5 Monday 4 Wednesday Friday Tuesday Thursday 0 Last Monday, Rufus was at the fitness center. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. No, he wasn t at the fitness center. He was at the library. Last Tuesday, Rufus was at the swimming pool. No,. 3 Last Wednesday, Rufus was having a picnic.. 4 Last Thursday, Rufus was at the fairground.. 5 Last Friday, Rufus was at the skating rink.. Read and draw Rufus. he wasn t at the swimming pool. He was at the fairground No, he wasn t having a picnic. He was at the swimming pool No, he wasn t at the fairground. He was at the skating rink No, he wasn t at the skating rink. He was having a picnic Last Saturday, Rufus wasn t at the library. He was at the aquarium. Students draw Rufus in their notebooks.

28 9 4 page 7 Listen to track 34 on your Student s Multi-ROM: I didn t do it! Write another verse for the song. My mom always said to me, Clean your teeth, brush your hair, Take a shower, please take care! I didn t do what she said. I had fun with my friends instead! I didn t, clean my teeth I, didn t brush my hair I, didn t take a shower I didn t take care! I didn t do what she said. I had fun with my friends instead! Draw a picture of what you did with your friends. Students draw a picture of themselves with friends. Macmillan Publishers Limited 0. 03

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