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Beep 5 Teacher’s Resource Book

Contents Page

Introduction 2

Language worksheets 9

Newcomers worksheets 35

Phonics worksheets 45

Communicative activities 55

Reader worksheets 81

Reading and writing


worksheets 87

Tests 97

DVD worksheets 121

Answer key 135

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Introduction
Beep 5 Teacher’s Resource Book offers Language
information and tips to help you get the most out
of the complete selection of teacher’s materials. It The Language section includes three worksheets
also contains additional photocopiable resources for each unit: Reinforcement, for children below
to help encourage and support the children’s the level of the class, Consolidation, for children
learning. There are eight different sections, with at the level of the class, and Extension, for
graded areas to ensure that all levels of the class children above the level of the class. The
advance. Weaker students will gain from the extra worksheets are similar, but the level of difficulty
support and stronger students will have further varies. Answer keys for all the worksheets are
resources to stimulate their learning. provided at the end of the book.

Using the sections Newcomers


Beep optional worksheets can be photocopied The Newcomers section provides topic based
according to the needs of individual children or worksheets that are designed to be used by
the class as a whole. children joining the class at different times of the
year. They provide basic vocabulary activities that
There are suggestions on when each activity will help the integration of children who are new
should be done in the Teacher’s Book to assure to the class. Answer keys for all the worksheets
that the content and vocabulary have been are provided at the end of the book.
covered in the lesson. There are eight sections.
Phonics
• Language worksheets, at three levels
• Newcomers worksheets The Phonics section provides one worksheet per
• Phonics worksheets unit. These are designed to be used after lesson 7,
• Communicative activities alongside the Tongue Twister and Beep poster. As
• Reader worksheets they work through the Phonics worksheets, the
• Reading and Writing worksheets phonemes and graphemes are repeated
• Tests throughout, allowing the children to become
• DVD worksheets familiar with them.

Tips Phonics is a very useful tool to focus on


pronunciation and spelling difficulties. An early
• Get enough photocopies of the worksheets in exposure to the sounds of English should prevent
advance with a couple of spare copies just in greater difficulties with understanding and
case. pronunciation at a later stage. Answer keys for all
• Keep a copy for yourself to mark on any the worksheets are provided at the end of the
comments about how the children found the book.
activity.
• Reinforcement worksheets are useful for Communicative activities
children struggling with the level of the
Student’s Book. They can be given as a This section encourages the participation of all
homework activity. the students. The fun activities and games give
• Extension worksheets can be used for fast plenty of opportunities for speaking and
finishers, for a more advanced study of the interaction among the children, including those
level, or given as a homework activity. who are more reluctant to speak.

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Reader language in a meaningful context. The story also
helps students to develop their understanding of
The Reader worksheets are designed to be used narrative elements; such as sequencing, visual
with Beep 5 Reader. The Reader worksheets fully literacy, and plot and character development.
exploit the section, making the most out of the The worksheets which you can find in a
children’s enjoyment of the story. Answers are photocopiable format in this Teacher’s Resource
provided at the end of the book. Book are also available onscreen in the DVD.
Reading and writing The Real Kids section consists of three video
The Reading and writing section consists of extracts thematically linked to the material
worksheets based on the activity types found in covered in each term in the Student’s book. The
the Young Learner Exams, but using the extracts are taken from authentic situations and
vocabulary found in every unit of the Student’s feature native English speakers. They can be
Book. Answer keys for all the worksheets are watched with or without subtitles. This type of
provided at the end of the book. communication, in which other cultural and social
elements come into play, is an effective way to
Tests stimulate interest in learning. Both worksheets
and transcripts for this area are provided.
The Test section includes a Diagnostic test to be
carried out at the beginning of the year, a two Note: Both the Animated story and the Real Kids
page test per unit and a four page, End of year section can be played with subtitles for reading
test. The tests include a variety of activities so practice. Depending on the level and confidence
that all children, whatever their particular of your class you may like to play short excerpts
strength or weakness, have an equal opportunity from the DVDs, once witho ut the subtitles (this is
to do well in the tests. especially challenging for the stronger students),
then with subtitles for better understanding and
Lesson plans for testing are provided in the finally again without the subtitles. The last time
Evaluation lesson at the end of each unit in the can be particularly satisfying for children as they
Teacher’s Book. There is one listening activity become familiar with the sounds of English,
included in each test, this is recorded on the Class helped by the visual references of the DVD.
audio and the script is provided in the Teacher’s
Book. Answer keys for all the tests are provided at
the end of the book. Other resources

DVD Flashcards

Beep 5 DVD is an entertaining teaching resource Flashcards are an excellent classroom tool to help
with two main sections. introduce, reinforce and review vocabulary. Beep
comes with a pack of 63 full colour flashcards
Pedro’s project is an animated short story illustrating key vocabulary. Instructions for using
containing the key vocabulary and structures from the flashcards are given in the teaching notes for
Beep 5. Throughout the Beep series, stories have each lesson.
been a main focus. The appealing characters and
plot in Pedro’s project, which make use of humour Each picture flashcard has a corresponding word
and dramatic tension, reinforce the positive card which can be used to help develop children’s
experience of learning English. The story acts as a reading skills, to assist in writing activities and to
vehicle for revisiting core unit language and use in matching activities.
provides an opportunity to encounter the

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The Beep flashcards can also be used in a variety Use the cards to:
of games which are explained in the Teacher’s • Tell the story before, during or after listening.
Book. Children learn best when they enjoy what • Ask children to predict what might happen in
they are doing and games provide a way to the story.
engage children’s interest and enthusiasm. Games • Practise questions and answers.
offer valuable opportunities to use the language • Introduce and practise vocabulary.
for real purposes and provide enjoyable occasions • Practise temporal sequencing of a story.
for repeating and reinforcing the language, • Describe a scene.
supporting retention and recall. Games which • Develop reading and literacy skills.
incorporate active methodology, using physical
response are ideal for assimilating language.
i-solutions pack

Posters All the Beep digital components include a complete


User’s guide, accessible from the main menu screen.
There are a total of eight double-sided posters for They run on Windows, Linux and MAC operating
permanent use in the classroom. systems and are compatible with all interactive
The double-sided posters include the key whiteboard (IWB) software. Open the readme.txt
vocabulary of each unit in large, colourful file in each CD for minimum requirements and
illustrations and a tongue twister which allows instructions.
you and the children to focus on pronunciation The Beep i-solutions pack includes two CD-ROMs:
and phonics. There are more general reviews and • Beep i-book
activities on eight of the poster faces, which • Activity Generator
complete the set. The Teacher’s Book gives full
instructions of when and how to use the posters. How to use the i-solutions pack
1) Beep i-book
Tips The Beep Teacher’s i-book is the digital version of
the Beep course, which integrates all the teaching
• Put two nails or drawing pins on the wall or in
materials into one single format. This fully
the wood of the blackboard and hang up the
interactive resource provides teachers with
poster using two bulldog clips to avoid
alternative and innovative ways to approach the
damage and the mess of Blu-Tack or adhesive
Beep course content. It can be used in two
tape. The poster is easily displayed and
different ways: as an interactive guide to prepare
reversed.
lessons, and in class with an interactive
• Hang the posters at the height of the children
whiteboard (IWB).
so that they can easily see them and
The Beep Teacher’s i-book contains the Student’s
participate in the activities.
Book, the Activity Book, the Teacher’s Book, the
Teacher’s Resource Book, the Grammar Booklet and
Story cards the Beep Reader as well as i-flashcards, i-posters,
i-story cards plus extra interactive activities which
Storytelling is very much part of the primary provide thorough practice of the course content.
curriculum and Beep provides an entertaining Audio material and teacher’s notes for all the
story in each unit. Beep resources include a pack teaching materials are also included.
of 64 full colour story cards – 8 per story. On one
side, the story cards have an enlarged version of How to use the Beep Teacher’s i-book on an
the illustrations for each story in the Student’s interactive whiteboard (IWB)
Book and the text for that part of the story on The Beep Teacher’s i-book is very user-friendly.
the reverse. Using the i-book in class is a wonderful way to

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focus the children’s attention on the specific • Children can listen and read at the same time
content you wish to work with, since what they using the controls in the transcript window.
see on the IWB is also in their books.
Follow these simple steps to work with the course Images and pictures in the i-book
materials in class: All the images and pictures in the i-book can be
1. Click on the book you want to use. enlarged. This is a fantastic feature of the Beep
2. Click on the unit. Teacher’s i-book and you can use it to maximize
3. Click on the task to enlarge it in a new opportunities for developing children’s oral skills.
window. Access all the resources you may need
to complete the task, such as answer keys, i-flashcards, i-story cards and i-posters
audio, audio transcripts, previous information Use the i-flashcards, i-story cards and i-posters
from other tasks, etc., using the links at the to present content and revise key concepts
top of the window. You can make these throughout the unit. Alternate or combine the use
windows bigger or smaller by clicking on the of conventional flashcards, story cards and posters
bottom right-hand corner and dragging. with the interactive ones to make your teaching
4. To close the window and return to a full-page more varied and to maintain the children’s
view, click on CLOSE on the top right-hand attention.
corner.
5. Use the bottom menu to open other books. The interactive tools for the children are placed at
6. You can minimize the i-book to work with a lower level on the screen to facilitate their
other digital resources you may have in your participation with the IWB. The interactive tools
computer. for the teacher are located at the top of the screen
to help you guide and control the children’s work.
Direct links to other books, sections or pages
Throughout the i-book there are various coloured Encourage class interaction and develop
links which lead to corresponding sections in children’s ICT skills by allowing them to use the
other components of the course. interactive stylus to follow your instructions.
Pink: these links take you to the Student’s Book.
Purple: these links take you to the Activity Book. i-flashcards
Green: these links take you to the Teacher’s Book. The access to the i-flashcards for the unit is
Orange: these links take you to the Teacher’s located in the corresponding Student’s Book pages.
Resource Book.
Red: these links take you to the i-posters, The i-flashcards can be used to practise all four
i-flashcards, i-story cards and i-activities for the language skills in a very user-friendly way. You
unit. can decide which functions to use depending on
your specific needs:
Listening activities in the i-book • Show a picture and ask the children to name it
Not only can you hear the listening activities, you or ask them to use the interactive stylus to
can also see them! identify one of the pictures. All the pictures
• Tasks with a CD symbol are recorded. To listen are placed at the bottom of the screen to
to the audio, click on the task. A new window make them easily accessible.
will open. • Click on the text button to show the written
• Use the buttons at the top of the window to form and promote reading skills.
play, stop, pause, rewind or fast forward the • Click on the audio button to hear the word
track. and practise the correct pronunciation.
• The transcript button opens a new window • Give the children the interactive stylus and ask
containing the text version of the audio. them to write or copy the word.

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i-story cards How to manage your teaching sessions
Click on the story on the Student’s Book page to The Richmond i-books now offer the possibility of
access the i-story and use the numbers at the top saving all your teaching sessions. This allows you
of the window to move from one vignette to to customize your i-book for each of your classes,
another. Click on CLOSE on the top right-hand session by session if needed, in order to meet
corner to return to a full-page view. every class’ needs individually.

The i-story cards provide an alternative way to You can create one or several sessions, as many as
present the story to the whole class. You can decide you need, export and import sessions in order to
whether you want to show it with or without the use them on different computers or edit sessions
text. Use it without audio or without text for you, or you have already created at any time!
the children, to retell the story in your own words. Once a session is created, you are ready to work
with the i-book and customize it using the
i-posters Richmond i-tools . You can insert notes,
The i-posters are located on the Student’s Book hyperlinks, or external files as well as add
pages where they can be used to present content handwritten notes. All the information added to
or revise key concepts throughout the unit. the i-book session will be automatically saved to
your computer. You don’t need to quit the i-book
The i-posters offer two interactive activities to to refer to different teaching sessions. Click on
present and to reinforce the key vocabulary from on the left hand side of the bottom menu to
the unit in a different way. This flexible resource access the session registration window at any
also permits a wide range of extra interactive time. Access to the session registration window is
activities to evaluate or to expand the course only available from the main bottom menu. Once
content using the IWB tools. you are working with a book, this is the location
to access the Richmond i-tools.
i-activities
The interactive activities from the Beep CD-ROM The Richmond i-tools
have been included in the Teacher’s i-book. The This new feature allows the teacher to enhance the
access to these activities is located on the i-book with their own materials. You can personalize
Student’s pages, where they can be used to present, the i-book by inserting notes, hyperlinks and
revise or reinforce key concepts from the unit. For external files. It is also possible to write or paint on
more information about these interactive activities the i-book and in the zoom windows.
and the way to make the most of them using the
IWB, please read the Beep CD-ROM section. By using the Richmond i-tools you can easily add
your own material for the classroom, or stress the
The interactive board games in the review units important points of a unit or activity. Drawing,
can be used to revise the term core content with colouring and matching activities can be made much
the whole class. Roll the interactive dice and more fun by using the write, colour and erase tools.
move the counter to the corresponding square.
Ask the children to answer the question. The Richmond i-tools are located on the bottom left-
Alternatively, you can form groups and ask each hand corner and allow two levels of personalization:
group to answer taking turns. The use of the clock • On the main pages of the i-book by adding
tool from the IWB specific tools is also a good reminders, general points or materials for your
way to make the revision more challenging for the class.
children and it also allows them to stop and think • On the zoom pages by including materials or
before they answer. explanations to enrich a particular vocabulary,
grammar or culture point.

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Click on to: screen. Most activities also include a final screen
1. Insert notes. with animations to review the key concepts
2. Insert hyperlinks. presented in each exercise.
3. Insert files.
4. Use the cursor. One of the activities in each unit is based on the
5. Write, colour and erase. CLIL section from the Student’s Book. The children
6. Hide or show part of the page content. expand their interdisciplinary knowledge through
extra listening and reading comprehension activities.
2) Activity Generator
This innovative interactive tool for teachers allows Each unit contains a digital version of the Beep
for the creation of personalized photocopiable story and a listening or reading comprehension
worksheets using all the content from the Teacher’s activity. The digital story is an excellent tool to
Resource Book. The Activity Generator provides all attract the children’s attention. The story runs
the graphic resources, texts and illustrations automatically to facilitate its projection. Play and
from the Teacher’s Resource Book to be rearranged pause facilities are included. The possibility of
and edited by the teachers to generate their own moving to different vignettes is also available.
materials based on the course content.
Children can see the results for all the interactive
Beep CD-ROM activities they have worked with. The progress
reports can also be printed and given to the teacher.
The Beep CD-ROM is a fantastic interactive resource
for both children and teachers which provides The CD-ROM contains a screen to listen to all the
thorough practice of the Student’s Book content. It songs from the course.
contains eight units with interactive activities covering
all the main language taught in the Student’s Book. Beep Student’s CD
The Beep CD-ROM can be used in class with an Tip to use Student’s audio material in class
IWB to exploit the course contents while also The Student’s CD contains audio material for CD
helping children understand the concept of players. The songs from the Student’s Book are
working together as a team to achieve a common organized in a block so that they can be used as
objective. Alternatively, it can be used on an background music as the children work.
individual level by children working alone either
in the Multimedia Lab or at home, reinforcing
their language learning outside the classroom.

How to use the Beep CD-ROM on an interactive


whiteboard (IWB)
Main menu: Access to units
1. Click on the unit.
2. Click on the relevant activity to open it.
3. Click on BACK to go back to the main menu.

Each unit contains five activities which provide


further practice of the Student’s Book content.
There are activities which include a timer to make
them more challenging for the children. Some
activities contain more than one screen. Click on
the icon on the bottom menu to access the next

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The YLE and Trinity test The Trinity Examinations in Spoken English are
one-to-one oral examinations with a native English
The Cambridge Young Learner Exams are speaking Trinity examiner, which test a student’s
designed for children aged from seven to twelve speaking and listening skills. The exams provide an
years old. Normally, they are tested in their own official recognition of a student’s level of spoken
school environment or an exam centre, and the English and are accepted by universities and employers
exams all follow the same format. There are three worldwide. Candidates must be aged seven or over.
levels: Starters, Movers and Flyers. In terms of
grammar and lexis, the Flyers level is on par with The examinations are divided into a series of 12
the KET exams. The difference is that, unlike the oral exams which test the student’s general
exams for older students, children cannot fail the conversation and ability to discuss prepared
YLE. Every participant is given a diploma with topics. The exam grades range from absolute
badges in Reading, Writing, Listening and beginner level to near native fluency.
Speaking. The badges are coloured in depending Apart from being a recognised metre of a student’s
on the success of the candidate. Exams follow a skills in English, the examination also works as a
very set format. The children never write on the motivational tool encouraging children to practise
exam papers, rather they answer on an answer and try to communicate in English.
sheet, usually with one word answers. They are
tested in groups, except for the Speaking session, Tips
where the test is given individually.
• In each English lesson, ask general questions such
Tips as What day is it today? What’s the weather like
today? Is it spring or summer? How old are you?
• When doing the practice exams it is best to recreate • Encourage full answers whenever asking questions.
similar circumstances as when the children will do T: What day is it today? SS: Tuesday. T: It’s Tuesday.
the exam themselves. Allow them the same amount • When asking questions, if a child does not
of time and have them practise exam techniques. know the answer, encourage them to say: I
• The ESOL web site has an abundance of exam don’t know, I can’t remember or I’m sorry, I
tips as well as practice activities and don’t know the word in English, rather than
information about the exams. remaining silent or saying “err”.
• Make question practice fun. Do it in the form
of a team quiz and award points.
• Practise for the exam in regular, short sessions
so candidates become more confident with the
style of question and can answer more rapidly
and naturally.
• When choosing a grade for candidates, consider
the child’s personality as well as their level of
English. A shy child with a good level of
English, may not do as well as a more
outgoing child who speaks more spontaneously.
• Encourage the children to ask questions too.
From Level 2 onwards they are expected to ask
the examiner questions.

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Language
worksheets

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Unit 1 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1 It’s a quarter past eight. It’s a quarter to nine.


It’s eight o’clock. It’s half past eight.

1 2 3 4

It’s ten o’clock. It’s half past eleven. It’s a quarter to two. It’s a quarter past five.

2 ✓✓✓✓ always ✓✓✓ usually ✓✓ sometimes ✗ never

Maria

You

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1 Maria always wears shoes.
2 Maria .
3 Maria .
4 Maria .
5 I .
6 I .
7 I .
8 I .

1 Write the times, then draw the times.


2 Write sentences for Maria. Then, draw and write sentences for you.
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Unit 1 Consolidation

Name: Class:

1 never sometimes usually always 1


1 I tidy my room.
2 I do my homework in the kitchen.
3 I do the dishes.
4 I watch TV in the evening.
5 I go to bed at eight o’clock.

2 Question Yes No
1 Do you usually watch TV
in the evening?
2 Yes, she sometimes practises
her recorder.
3 No, I never take the dog for a
walk.
2
4 Does your father do the
dishes?

3 1 2 3 4 5

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1 This is Peter and his cat Rex.


2
3
4
5

1 Complete for you. 3 Write about the children and their pets.
2 Fill in the table. Invent their names!
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Unit 1 Extension

Name: Class:

1 Peter: Hi, How 1 you?


Mary: I’m 2 , thank you!
Where 3 you going?
Peter: I’m 4 to football training.
I5 go training on Thursdays.
Where 6 you going?
Mary: I’m 7 to belly dancing class.
Peter: What’s 8 ?
Mary: It’s a dance and exercise class.
Peter: How often 9 you go?
Mary: I 10 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Peter: Well, have a good time. Bye!
Mary: Bye!

2 TOUR AGENDA
1 How long is the day trip?

9:00 breakfast in hotel
2 When does the trip begin?
9:30 take tour bus to Big Ben

10:15 guided tour around Big Ben
3 Where do they go first?
11:30 take ‘the tube’ to Harrods

13:00 have lunch nearby
4 How do they get to Harrods?
14:00 take tour bus to Tower of

London
5 Where do they go in the afternoon?
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18:30 back to hotel
6 When do they get back to the hotel?

1 Fill in the spaces with one word.


2 Read and answer the questions.
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Unit 2 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1 1

1 Have we got butter? Yes, we have got butter.

2 Have we got eggs? No, we haven’t got eggs.

3 Have we got sweets? Yes, we have got sweets.

4 Have we got flour? No, we haven’t got flour.

5 Have we got chocolate? Yes, we have got chocolate.


2
6 Have we got milk? No, we haven’t got milk.

2 Making muffins

1 Heat the oven… into the oven for 20 minutes.

2 Mix together… to the mixture.

3 Add three eggs... the sugar and the butter.

4 Add flour to… to 180 ºC.

5 Put the mixture… with chocolate and sweets.

6 Put the muffins… the mixture.

7 Decorate the muffins… into a muffin tin.

3 oil cream butter cheese sugar flour apples


salt sweets chocolate cherries eggs carrots

1 Look and write some or any. 3 Identify and write the correct ingredients for
2 Read and match. the muffins.
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Unit 2 Consolidation

Name: Class:

1 Chocolate
1 in a mug / Mix / dry ingredients / all the

Ingredients: Mug Cake

4 tablespoons of flour 2 add it / the mixture / and / Beat the / to / egg


2 tablespoons of sugar
2 tablespoons of cocoa
3 to / oil / Add / the mixture / the milk / and / the
1 egg
3 tablespoons of milk
2 tablespoons of oil 4 microwave / Put / for / the / 3 minutes / mug / into / the

2 SCHOOL
MENU Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
First rice and macaroni and spaghetti and
course tomato rice salad soup
cheese tomato
Second
sausages tuna salad fish chicken hamburger
course
Dessert apple yoghurt flan melon yoghurt

1 What do they have for the first course on Monday?

2 What do they have for the second course on Thursday?

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3 What is your favourite dessert on the school menu?

4 What is your favourite first course at your school?

5 What is your favourite second course at your school?

1 Unscramble and write the instructions.


2 Look and answer the questions.
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Unit 2 Extension

Name: Class:

1 Hawaiian Pizzas 1
1 supermarket / pizza bases / in / two / Buy / the

2 tomato sauce / cover / bases / First, / with / the

3 cheese / cover / Next, / the / tomato sauce / with

4 pineapple / Cover / ham / pizza / the / with / and


2

5 some / Then, / oregano / put / cheese / more / and / top / on

6 Finally, / the cheese / until / is golden / at 220 ºC / pizza / the / bake

Hawaiian pizza ingredients:


2
1 4

2 5

3 6

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3 1 What is your favourite pizza?

2 What are the ingredients?

1 Unscramble and write the instructions. 3 Answer the questions.


2 Write the ingredients.
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Unit 3 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1 eat do sleep is lots have brush

It 1 important to have healthy habits. You need to 2

8 hours a night. You need to 3 exercise every day. You need to


4
your teeth twice a day and 5 fruit and other

healthy food. You need to drink 6 of water, and you need to


7
a shower every day.

2 How often? Once a week Twice a week


Three times Five times
Every day
a week a week

Brush
my teeth
Eat
fast food
Do
exercise
Have
a shower
Watch
TV

1 I brush my teeth
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2

1 Complete the text.


2 Complete the table and write sentences.
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Unit 3 Consolidation

Name: Class:

1 meat healthy fish do week always pasta 1


sometimes sleep food eat

Reporter: You are a great footballer. How do you keep 1 ?


Footballer: I almost 2 go to bed early and
3
for 8 hours.
Reporter: What about at the weekend?
Footballer: At the weekend, I 4 go to bed late if I go to a party.
Reporter: What kind of 5 do you eat?
Footballer: I 6 healthy food. Healthy food is very important if you play a lot of
sport. I eat 7 and 8 twice a week, and I eat 9 twice
a week too. I eat fruit and vegetables every day.
Reporter: Do you 10 a lot of exercise?
Footballer: Of course. I train 5 days a 11 and I have a game on Saturdays!
Reporter: Thank you for your time. Goodbye!
Footballer: Thank you and don’t forget: be healthy!

2 2
1 How many teeth do young children have? 20 32
2 How many bones do children have in their bodies? 206 300
3 How many vertebrae do children have? 26 30
4 How many pairs of ribs do we have? 6 12
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3 Eating junk food


is good for you because
your bones grow strong.
Eating too many sweets they contain a lot of sugar.
is bad for you because
Doing exercise it can make you fat.

1 Complete with words from the box. 3 Join the parts of the sentences and copy
2 Tick (✓) the correct answer. them. Write four more in your notebook.
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Unit 3 Extension

Name: Class:

1 Today is the 26th of August.


1 When is Audrey’s birthday?
It’s Audrey Cooper’s
birthday. She’s 110 years old!
She’s a supercentenarian!
2 What is Audrey’s secret?
She has four children,
twelve grandchildren and
fifteen great grandchildren.
Audrey keeps healthy. Her 3 Who is the oldest person you know?
secret: Do not eat any junk
food!
4 You: How often do you ?

Audrey:

You: How often do you ?

Audrey:

You: What’s your ?

Audrey:

2 1 2 3

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

The Paralympic Games are the Olympic Games for athletes with a physical disability. They are elite
sports events. About four thousand athletes from over one hundred countries compete. They are
held in the same host cities as the Olympic Games: London, Sochi, and Rio, for example. The
emphasis is on achievement, not on the athletes’ disabilities.

1 I can’t but I can still .

2 I can’t but I can still .

3 I can’t but I can still .

1 Answer the questions. Then, write a short interview with Audrey Cooper.
2 Make sentences about the athletes in the pictures.
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Unit 4 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1 bread football biscuits potato magazine skirt tennis racquet 1


book comic bicycle banana cake carrot shirt trousers

1 2 3 4 5

2 between opposite in under on behind

2
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

3 Making suggestions

1 I’m hungry! Let’s go to the sports shop!


2 I want to play football! Why don’t we go to the bookshop?
3 I need some skis. Why don’t we go to the cinema?
4 I want to see a film! Let’s go to the café!
5 I need a book for school. Why don’t we go to the park?

1 Write the words in the spaces. 3 Match the suggestions.


2 Write the words under the pictures.
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Unit 4 Consolidation

Name: Class:

1
apples pears grapes

chocolate

fizzy drinks
flour

milk

clothes
bread

shoes
cheese

sweets
rice

A I S L E

1 Go down the aisle and take the second right.


It’s opposite the milk.
2 Go down the aisle and take the third right.
It’s next to the flour.
3 Go down the aisle and take the fourth right.
They are between the apples and the grapes.
4 Go down the aisle and take the first right.
They are opposite the clothes.
5 They are behind the clothes.

2 all can are need is between go next to

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


Mum: Where 1 the potatoes?
Julie: They are here, 2 the tomatoes.
Mum: Good. We 3 five kilos. Where 4 the pasta?
Julie: The pasta is over there, 5 the rice and the lentils.
Mum: We need some spaghetti, three packets. Look! I 6 see the tomato sauce
opposite the pasta. Take three cartons.
Julie: Is that 7 , Mum?
Mum: Yes, let’s 8 and pay.

1 Write the supermarket items.


2 Complete with the words from the box.
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Unit 4 Extension

Name: Class:

1 1 Nina is 4 years old. She likes her mum to read


a b
1
to her. She likes fairy tales and books with lots
of pictures.
2 Bob is 6 years old. He is learning to read. He
likes funny books with easy words and lots of
pictures.
3 Tom is 11 years old. He likes fantasy books
about magic. He likes stories about other c d
children.
4 Mary is 8 years old. She reads a lot. She likes
books about animals with nice pictures.
5 I am . 2
I like
.

2 You:

Assistant: Yes, we have a lot of winter coats.

You:

Assistant: Yes, we have some blue coats.

You:
3
Assistant: Of course you can try one on. Come with me. They are over here. © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

You:

Assistant: Yes. This is your size. Try it on!

You:

Assistant: It’s 34 euros.

You:

Assistant: Thank you!

1 Match the child to the book. Complete the sentences.


2 Write your part of the dialogue.
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Unit 5 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1
1 Are there any sharks?

2 How many crabs are there?

3 Are there any starfish?

4 Are there any dolphins?

5 How many octopuses are there?

6 Are there any turtles?

2 see dolphins am are learn animals father sea

My visit to the aquarium

Today we 1 going to visit the aquarium. I 2 going with

my mother and 3 . We are going to 4 about all the


5
that live in the 6 . At the aquarium I can
7
my favourite animals, 8 !

3
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

• How do sharks breathe?

1 Answer the questions.


2 Complete with the words from the box.
3 Label the diagram and answer the question. 23

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Unit 5 Consolidation

Name: Class:

1 Clues 1
1
1 It’s a fish. It has fins and a lot of 2
sharp teeth.
2 It has eight arms.
3
3 It’s small and red and can bite you.
It has only one pair of claws.
4 It’s a mammal. It is shiny and black. 4
Some can do tricks.
5 It has a large shell.
5
6 It’s a very big area of water where
many fish live. 6
7 It’s soft like jelly. Some can sting 7
you.

2
2
Dolphins are mammals. They can stay underwater for
fifteen minutes, but they cannot breathe underwater. They
haven’t got gills. They live in groups of about ten or twelve
dolphins. They eat fish. There are thirty-six different kinds of
ocean dolphins. They communicate with each other using
sounds and whistles.

1 Dolphins have got gills. True False © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

2 Dolphins can breathe True False

underwater.

3 Dolphins live alone. True False

4 Dolphins eat fish. True False

5 Dolphins communicate True False

with their eyes.

1 Do the crossword.
2 Circle True or False. Correct the false sentences.
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Unit 5 Extension

Name: Class:

1 Seals
Seals live all over the Earth. They can be found in the Atlantic
Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Seals spend a lot of time in
the sea searching for food. They eat fish, octopuses, crabs
and krill. There are 33 different kinds of seals. The smallest
seal is the Galapagos Fur Seal, which weighs only about 63
kilograms. The biggest is the Southern Elephant Seal, which
can weigh up to 4,000 kilograms!

1 Where do seals live? 4 Which is the smallest seal?


2 What do seals eat? 5 How much can a Southern Elephant Seal
3 How many different kinds of ocean seals weigh?
are there? 6 Which seal is your favourite?

2
Snorkelling

They show the photo to Paul’s friends.

With his underwater camera, his father takes a

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


photo of Paul.

They see lots of starfish, crabs and octopuses

in the water.

One day, Paul and his father are going snorkelling.

His friends laugh a lot at the photo.

Paul takes a big oyster and puts it on his

head. It looks like a hat.

1 Answer the questions in your notebook.


2 Put the sentences in order and write the story.
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Unit 6 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1 29 € 73 € 119 € 1

1 2 3

320 € 1,433 € 280 €

4 5 6

2 1 A elephant 5 A morning small long


2 A mouse 6 A , grey afternoon big sunny
hot windy
3 A coffee 7 A drink with ice
cloudy cold 2
4 A trip 8 A day for kites

3 1 2 3 4 5 6

7 M O U N T A I N R T U I H J D F V V
Q C Y R U V S F M W Q Z I T Z O P A © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

S E D C M Y L A K E A W X E C R V T
U A B N U U A M I L O P E R I B R U
A N H K H K N Z C B B M W E R Y I P
8 U O A D G H D E S E R T K X V N P L
N J W E E H A U D R I Y X U E Q Y E
3
O L K M R A D A I D V O L C A N O O
P T X A M P R O D E E L Y Q W R U I
Y G R A B F R T F O R E S T R E A H

1 Write the prices in words. 3 Do the wordsearch puzzle.


2 Complete the text.
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Unit 6 Consolidation

Name: Class:

1 9,645 € 12,990 € 15,550 €

1 2 3

25,000 € 30,467 € 400,000 €

4 5 6

2 noisy quiet clean dirty big small


A
Littletown
✓ ✓ ✓
B
Kapital City
✓ ✓ ✓
1 B is noisier than A. 4
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
2 5

3 6

3 The Nile River is 6,650 kilometres long. The Atacama Desert has a rainfall of 1 millimetre.
The Amazon River is 6,400 kilometres long. The Sahara Desert has a rainfall of 2 centimetres.
(LONG) (WET)

1 Write the prices in words.


2 Write comparisons between Littletown and Kapital City.
3 Write comparisons. 27

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Unit 6 Extension

Name: Class:

1 The record for the heaviest limousine is 22,933 kilograms.


1 1

Guinness World
2 The record for the largest plane is 385 feet.
Records

3 The record for the heaviest motorbike is 4.5 tonnes.

4 The record for the longest cucumber is 119 centimetres.

5 The record for the longest fingernails is 865 centimetres.

2 A B

sunny cloudy windy wet big small wide

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


1 .

2 .
3
3 .

4 .

5 .

6 .

7 .

1 Write the numbers in words.


2 Make sentences comparing pictures A and B.
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Unit 7 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1 1
Was he at the theme park?
3
Was she at the skating rink?
Was he at the gallery? Was she at the bowling alley?
Was he with his teacher? Was she happy?
Was he with his mother and Was she sad?
father?
2 4
Was she at the beach? AND YOU? Where were you on your last
Was she in the forest? birthday?
Was she hot? Were you at the cinema?
Was she cold? Were you with your friends?
Were you happy?

2
My favourite place to go for a day out is the 1

alley. I always go on 2 with my parents and my


3
. I often 4 a hot dog after

bowling and I 5 an orange juice. Last Friday I


6
at the bowling alley. It was a rainy day but in

the bowling alley we 7 warm! It was fantastic!

bowling brother Fridays eat were was drink

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

3 When I was in Year 3 in primary school:

My favourite teacher was .

My best friend was .

My favourite subject was .

My favourite food was .

My favourite toy was .

1 Answer the questions in your notebook.


2 Complete the text with the words in the box.
3 Write about you. 29

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Unit 7 Consolidation

Name: Class:

1 In spring 2010, Peter went to the palace with 1


Spring Summer
his mother. It was windy.

In summer 2010,

.
Winter Autumn In autumn 2010,

.
In winter 2010,

2 At the palace: 2
Mum:
Assistant: Yes of course. They cost 10 euros for adults and children go free.
Mum:
Assistant: Here you are! That’s 20 euros.
Mum:
Assistant: Yes, you can. There are some areas where you can’t but there are signs.
Mum:
Assistant: Yes, there is. It’s at the end of this corridor on the left.
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
Mum:
Assistant: Yes, they have and they cost 5 euros.
Mum:

Have they got special meals for children? Is there a restaurant in the palace?
Thank you very much. Can you take photos in the palace?
Can I have two please? Can you give me some tickets for the palace tour?

1 Write about Peter.


2 Write what Mum says.
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Unit 7 Extension

Name: Class:

1 Last Year

1 This is my Aunt Ruby and 2

my cousin Brenda. In this

photo they were at the

lighthouse. It was summer. .

3 4

. .

1 This is Lucy when she was six. It was Christmas. She was a
2
clown. Her favourite toy was her lion teddy. Her favourite

food was soup. It was hot and dry.

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


2 This is Tom when he was five. It was winter. He was in the

forest. It was cold and snowy. His favourite toy was a tennis

racquet. His favourite food was chips.

1 Write about the pictures.


2 Look at the pictures and correct the mistakes.
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Unit 8 Reinforcement

Name: Class:

1 4 1
5

3
6

2
7

1 8

2 juice great sing walk lunch morning lake mountains

Hello Mum and Dad,


I’m here in the 1 at the camp. We are having a 2 time.
The camp is fantastic. We get up early every 3 and we have a big breakfast.
Then we go for a long 4 in the forest.
2
Sometimes we take our 5 with us. Today
I have a ham sandwich and an orange 6 .
We usually go canoeing on the 7 in
the afternoon. At night there is a campfire and
we 8 songs.
See you soon!
PAUL
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

3 1 go down 2 go along 3 go through 4 go up 5 go under 6 go over 7 go around

1 Label the picture. 3 Label the pictures.


2 Complete the text.
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Unit 8 Consolidation

Name: Class:

You are at the door of the hotel. N


1
1 Go north, around the town. Go past the
bay. What can you see on the cliff?

2 Go east, past the town. What is on
the other side of the river, south of
the volcano?

3 Go south, down the path until you
come to the sea. What direction do you need to sail the boat to get to the mouth of the river?

4 Go south-east until you come to the bridge. Go over the bridge. Go around the forest and go
north. The treasure is inside one of these.

2 1 4 Paul can’t find treasure. Rex


finds a bone. He is happy.

Paul’s mum sees the hole and


says: “Thank you. I am going to
plant an olive tree in that hole”.
2 5
Paul has a dream about finding
treasure in his garden.
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
His dog, Rex, jumps into the
hole.

3 6 The next morning he digs a


very big hole.

Mum gives Paul 20 euros. Paul


is happy.

1 Read directions and write where you are.


2 Put the story in order.
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Unit 8 Extension

Name: Class:

1 1 Draw a lighthouse in the north near the rocks.


2 Draw a forest in the middle of the island.
3 Draw a river going through the forest to the
sea in the west.
4 Draw a cave near the river in the east.
5 Draw a bridge over the river between the
forest and the sea.

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

1 Mary has a torch. They can see a long tunnel. 4 “Why don’t we go and explore that
2 Mary, Susan, Bill and Tom walk to the lighthouse?”
lighthouse. 5 Rex, the dog goes into a secret cave.
3 At the end of the tunnel there is a big door. 6 The children follow him into the cave.

1 Follow the instructions and draw.


2 Give instructions to find your buried treasure.
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Newcomers
worksheets

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1

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My verb chart

Name: Class:

1 a b c

d e

1 read C
2 walk

3 play tennis

f 4 have a shower g
5 play football

6 clean your teeth

7 watch TV

8 do homework

h 9 recycle i
10 go skateboarding

11 go skating

12 go sailing
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

j k l

1 Look and match.

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Can you remember?

Name: Class:

1 1

X A R T F G U H P
S F R W Z X C P J
I Q E N G L I S H
T D S A Q P B S T
F R O M S X U Q H
G S P A N I S H B
S G J T K L L C V
P E L H B H C P H
F V Z S X C V B L

2 © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


1 Eva likes / doesn’t like Maths.

2 Lucy likes / doesn’t like English.


2
3 Pablo likes / doesn’t like PE.

4 Javier likes / doesn’t like IT.

1 Do the wordsearch. Find, circle and match.


2 Look and circle.
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Going to school

Name: Class:

James Lucy Richard Julia

James and Lucy never


go to school by car.
Richard and Lucy never
go by bus.
Julia never goes by car,
bus or train.
James and Richard never
go on foot or by train.
Lucy never goes on foot.

• Now complete the sentences.

1 James goes to school .

2 Lucy goes to school .

3 Richard goes to school .

4 Julia goes to school . © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

2 1 I always / never go to school on foot. I always go by bus.

2 I never / always go to school by car. I catch the eight o’clock train every day.

3 I always / sometimes go to school on foot, and sometimes I go by car.

4 I always / never go to school by bus. I always go on foot.

5 I always / never go to school on Sundays!

1 How do they go to school? Read and complete with a tick (✓) or a cross (✗).
2 Read and circle.
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Food and drink

Name: Class:

1 1 g e a n o r i c e j u a 1

2 g s a p r e b

3 e g s g c

4 w a l o n r m e t e d

5 l i p o p l o l e

2
2

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

1 There is some cheese. True False

2 There aren’t any grapes. True False

3 There isn’t any watermelon. True False

4 There are some eggs. True False

5 There aren’t any apples. True False

1 Unscramble, write and match.


2 Look and circle: True or False.
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Animals

Name: Class:

1 1 2
1
5

6
3
3
4

6
5
7

4 7

8 8

2
1 big A short

2 fast B small

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


3 long C short

4 tall D light

5 heavy E slow

1 Do the crossword.
2 Look and match the opposites.
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Green city

Name: Class:

1 e w n s a p r e p
1 a
1

2 n a c b

3 o t t l e b c

4 p l s a t c i a g b d

5 n i b e

2 Throw rubbish in the bin. Switch the lights off.


Leave the lights on. Have baths.
Recycle. Have showers.
Throw rubbish on the street. Throw away plastic bags.

Do Don't © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

1 Unscramble, match and write.


2 Read and categorize.
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Fantastic families

Name: Class:

1 4
5
7
1 8
2 6

Hi! I'm Anna! This is my family! My father is tall


and he's got short black hair. He wears glasses.
My mother is short. She's got long blond hair. Her
sister has black hair and she is short. My brother is
very tall, and so is my uncle. My uncle has got long
blond hair. My cousin wears glasses, and so does my
granny. My sister is short and she’s got short hair.

1 5

2 6

3 7

4 8
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

2 This is me in 1967! I 1 at a music


festival. The Rolling Stones 2 there!
They 3 my favourite band!
I4 with my friends, Judy and George.
It 5 a hot and sunny day.
I6 very happy!

1 Who’s who? Read and write.


2 Read about Anna’s granny. Complete with was or were.
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Holidays

Name: Class:

1
1 4

2 5

3 6

1 I’m going to Mexico.


I’m going to wear a and .

2 I’m going to Scotland.


I’m going to wear a and .

3 I’m going to a party.


© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
I’m going to wear a .

4 I’m going to run in the park.


I’m going to wear a and .

1 Look and write the clothes.


2 What are they going to wear? Look, read and complete.
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Phonics
worksheets

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1
3.25

2
3.26

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Unit 1 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 d
3.25
dog diver Donald dinner do danc e
t
Tom ta l k te n n i s two ta b l e t ra i n

2 drain train door tore


3.26
Don Tom din tin

1 dog / is / Don / its / dinner / giving / the


3

2 Terry / talks / the / train / on / to / Tom

3 dance / Does / David / dinner / after / ?

4 © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


ticking driving drawing talking training diving

3.25
1 Listen and repeat. 3.26
3 Unscramble the words to make sentences.
2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 4 Label the pictures.
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Unit 2 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 b 1
3.27 3.29
Ben butter ba ll biscui ts bowl ba ke
p
put pie c e purple pencil pa s ta picture

2 2
Peter better pen Ben
3.30
3.28
pale bale peak beak

3 3
1 The octor ries to make you etter. 3 wo oys rink wo ottles of water.

2 ake the iscuits in the oven. 4 We lay asketball wice a week.

4 1 2 3 8
7

5
4 5 6 6

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

1
7 8
3
4
2
10

9 10 9

3.27
1 Listen and repeat. 3.28
3 Write d, t, p or b in the spaces.
2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 4 Do the crossword.
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Unit 3 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 l
3.29
Lonny lis ten like long lunch land
r
Ronny run rac e re ad rabbi t ride

2 red led ride lied


3.30
rid lid room loom

1 long / on / lorry / the / Look / road / at / the


3

2 rabbit / My / around / my / runs / room

3 lollipops / lovely / Red / are / really

4 healthy / Let’s / a / life / live

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4

rollerblades legs library lamp rainbow rabbit lemon rubber

3.29
1 Listen and repeat. 3.30
3 Unscramble the words to make sentences.
2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 4 Match the words to the pictures.
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Unit 4 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 gr 1
3.31 3.33
grandmother grandfather grow
green groc er grapes

2 grass gross grab grub

3.32
grain grown grape grope
2
7 3.34
3 1 My favourite fruit is green and small. In Spain
we eat 12 gr on New Year’s Eve. 4
5
2 Apples gr on apple trees.
3 She is my mother’s mother. She is my 3
gr .
4 He is my mother’s father. He is my 2
3
gr .
5 I am happy. I am having a gr 6

time!
6 My name is Peter and I am my grandfather’s
favourite gr .
7 In spring the leaves on the trees are © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
1
gr .

4 1 2 3 4

4
aprges mgarndhtroe rsasg ngregecsorre

3.31
1 Listen and repeat. 3.32
3 Do the crossword.
2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 4 Order the letters to make words.
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Unit 5 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 sh
3.33
Sha ron shop Sheep ship sha rk
s
see swim sou p sand some Susan

2 Sue shoe see she


3.34
sip ship sock shock

3 shoe spider salad sleep seven sheep school sun sports shark

S A P R T U R I A A Y S
I H W S p i d e r C X A
L Q O L M L T O I I B L
N G U E E U P S F K Y A
I O H E H A O P S A K D
W S I p P X A O A R E U
A C H L O Y G R U A L W
S H A R K I O T Q K R O
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
U O F G E U T S H O O W
N O S H E E P R T A G R
U L O N A S E V E N V L
T Z M N E K H U F I K A
I R P Z O Y I L O R H I

1 Do eat white arks ive in oups? 3 aron ees a ipwreck on the


4
2 eals ive in oups on and. eabed.

4 eat white sharks are 4.5m ong.

1 Listen and repeat. 3.33 3 Find the words.


2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 3.34
4 Put the letters sh, s, gr or l into the spaces.
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Unit 6 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 f 1
3.35 3.37

fa t funny fo u r fish friend fine


th 2
three thieves thousand thanks thin 3.38

2 thin fin thought fought 3


3.36
thanks flanks three fee

1 2 3 4 5 6
3

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


falling throwing thinking floating flying fishing

4 1 ey ink eir riends are alse.

2 ink before you jump or you will all.

3 ree ousand ish loat in the sea.

4 ere are ousands of lowers in the orest.


3.35
1 Listen and repeat. 3.36
3 Match the words to the pictures.
2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 4 Write th or f in the spaces.
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Unit 7 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 air
3.37

h air where Sa rah Claire aqua rium

2 hair here chair cheer


3.38
stare stir Claire clear

3 share are pear

care air far

where star scare

were their bear

1 It grows on your head. 4 You can learn about the stars here.
4

2 We breathe this. 5 You can see sea animals here.


© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

3 You sit on this.

3.37
1 Listen and repeat. 3.38
3 Circle the words that have the sound ‘air’.
2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 4 Write the word. Then, match the words to the
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Unit 8 Phonics

Name: Class:

1 i
3.39

Kim r i ve r fish fin dinner sit


ai
climb d i ve find time sign mine

2 time Tim find fin


3.40
sign sin dine din

9
1 2 3 4 5
3

cime dlise kibe enin gip


© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

4 1 Kim sits by the river fishing.

2 Yo u n e e d t o f i n d t h e t i m e t o r i d e y o u r b i k e .

3 Nine mice climbed onto my slide.

4 If you miss dinner you get thin.

3.39
1 Listen and repeat. 3.40
3 Unscramble the letters. Then, match.
2 Listen and circle the word you hear. 4 Circle the /i/ sounds and underline the /ai/
54 sounds.

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Communicative
activities

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Find someone who …
Name How often?

1 … gets up at the same time as you.

2 … has orange juice for breakfast.

3 … tidies their room.

4 … does the dishes.

5 … sets the table.

6 … practises a musical instrument.

7 … practises a sport.

8 … walks their dog.

9 … listens to music when they do

their homework.

10 … plays computer games after school.

11 … has dinner before 8:00.

12 … goes to bed before 9:30.

Do you do the dishes?


always
No, we have a dishwasher.
sometimes I never do the dishes!
usually
never © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

every day

twice a week
once a week

three times a week

Ask your classmates about their daily routine. When you find someone who does the activity on your
list, ask them how often they do it.
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Question wheel

d?

up?
o b e

get
go t
rk?
l? oo wo
me
h
ho
sc
r
h
finis o u
do y
hav
e br
go to
scho eak
l? o fast
?
h

have
a ved i

lunch
n n er
?

ou
do y

Wha

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


tt e
im

Cut out and colour circles 1 and 2. Make a hole in the middle of the two circles. Place circle 2 on top
of circle 1 and join with a split pin. Move circle 2 around and ask questions.
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Interview the stars!

INTERVIEWER
• What time do you get up?
• What time do you have breakfast?
• Have you got any brothers or sisters / a pet?
• When do you practise singing/dancing/football…?
• What do you have for lunch?
• Where do you go after lunch/practice?
• When do you go to bed?

POP STAR
• You get up late, your routine is different every day.
• You have an unusual pet.
• You practise singing and dancing every day.
• You can have anything you want for lunch.
• You like to go shopping for expensive things.
• You go to bed very late.

SPORTS STAR
• You get up early and go training. © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

• You don’t have a pet.


• You practise your sport every day.
• You have meat, vegetables and fruit for lunch.
• You go running in the park after lunch.
• You go to bed early.

Work in groups. Each group has at least one interviewer to ask questions and one pop star and one
sports star. Invent names! Use your imagination!
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My recipe

My recipe:

INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
3
4
5
6 © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Write the instructions for a recipe and make it! Take a photo or draw a picture and stick it on the
recipe worksheet. You can bring the dish to class for your friends to taste!
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My favourite foods

Fridge Cupboard

In the fridge … In the cupboard …

1 I’ve got some . 1 I’ve got some . © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

2 I haven’t got any . 2 I haven’t got any .

3 I’ve got some . 3 I’ve got some .

4 I haven’t got any . 4 I haven’t got any .

5 I’ve got some . 5 I’ve got some .

6 I haven’t got any . 6 I haven’t got any .

Look for pictures of your favourite foods from magazines or supermarket leaflets. Cut them out and
stick them in your fridge and cupboard pictures. Then, complete the sentences and tell your classmates
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What’s in the fridge?
Student A
On the top shelf of the fridge there is some mozzarella cheese .
On the second shelf of the fridge there are some tomatoes and some pears.
On the third shelf of the fridge there is some cheese and some chicken.
On the bottom shelf of the fridge there is some ice cream.

On the top shelf of the cupboard there is some and some .


On the second shelf of the cupboard there is some and some .
On the third shelf of the cupboard there is some .
On the bottom shelf of the cupboard there is a .

What’s on the top shelf


of the fridge?
There is some mozzarella
cheese on the top shelf.

Student B
On the top shelf of the fridge there is some mozzarella cheese .
On the second shelf of the fridge there are some and some .
On the third shelf of the fridge there is some and some .
On the bottom shelf of the fridge there is some .

On the top shelf of the cupboard there is some flour and some orange juice.
On the second shelf of the cupboard there is some oil and some salt.
On the third shelf of the cupboard there is some sugar. © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

On the bottom shelf of the cupboard there is a bowl.

What’s on the top shelf


of the fridge?
There is some mozzarella
cheese on the top shelf.

Ask your partner questions to complete the sentences. Answer your partner’s questions.

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Healthy habits!

Good for you

Bad for you

Sleeping five hours a night. Eating fruit twice a day. © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Watching TV for four hours every day. Drinking lemonade every day.

Drinking water every day. Brushing your teeth twice a week.

Brushing your teeth twice a day. Having a shower every day.

Having a shower once a week. Doing exercise three times a week.

Sleeping eight hours a night. Eating chocolate and sweets every day.

Cut out the sentences and stick them into the correct circle. Then, stick the page into your notebook.

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My healthy friends!

Name Name Name

drink water

do sports

eat junk food

sleep ten hours

brush your teeth

watch TV

eat fruit
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

have a shower

Yellow = once a week Orange = twice a week Red = three times a week
Green = four times a week Blue = every day

Write the names of three classmates on the chart. Colour the squares with their answers. Then, make a
graph in your notebook.
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Mime the action!
Student A What’s 4 down?
Look! It’s this!
1

2 D R I N K W A T E R 3 4
D
5 E A T V E G E T A B L E S O

6 G O T O B E D
X
7 E

R
C
8 I
S
9 W A T C H T V E

Student B What’s 4 down?


Look! It’s this!
1
B
2 R 3 4
U E D
5 S A O
H T
6 E
M J X © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Y U 7 E A T F R U I T
N R
T K C
8 H A V E A S H O W E R I
E F S
9 T O E
H O
D

Work with a partner to complete the crossword. Mime the actions. Ask your partner to mime the missing
actions to complete your crossword.
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Funky Town

hospital
bookshop

cinema school
museum

supermarket
swimming pool

park train station zoo

computer
clothes shop
shop
greengrocer’s

sports
shop
baker’s shoe shop
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Directions
The computer shop is next to the bookshop and opposite the museum.
The greengrocer’s is opposite the school.
The clothes shop is between the museum and the school.
The baker’s is next to the cinema.
The sports shop is opposite the zoo and next to the supermarket.
The shoe shop is between the train station and the zoo.

Cut out the shops and follow the directions to stick them on the map of Funky Town.
Stick the map into your notebook.
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Spell it out!
Student A

       h    l  n o     t  v xy z
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

1
 yo  n 
yl ln.

Student B

       h    l  n o     t  v xy z
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

.
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

2
hv  ll on yo
.

Look at the code to find the message, then spell out the message for your partner. Ask your partner to
spell out the message for the other picture.
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Let’s go shopping!

Shoe shop customer Shoe shop assistant

I want to buy some shoes/boots/trainers. Can I help you?


Have you got any in size...? Yes, of course./No, I’m sorry.
I like/don’t like them. Do you like them?
Have you got any in blue/yellow? They are 50 euros.
How much are they? Goodbye.
Thank you!

Greengrocer’s customer Greengrocer’s assistant

Have you got any pasta/apples/sugar…? Yes, we have.


I also need some salt/butter... How much/many do you want?
Two packets please! Anything else?
Yes, have you got any...? No, I’m sorry, we haven’t got any...
OK, thank you very much. Here you are!

Clothes shop customer Clothes shop assistant

I want to buy a skirt/dress/jacket/pair of What are you looking for? © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

jeans… That looks very nice.


Have you got it/them in black/white...? Can I get you another one?
Have you got a bigger/smaller one? Yes, of course./No, I’m sorry.
It is/They are great/fantastic/awful. It costs/They cost 20 euros.
How much is it/are they?

Choose a role play and act out the dialogue with your partner.

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Sea animals crossword
Student A 1

2 O R C A 3
O 4
C S
5 6 T U R T L E
D O A
What’s 3 down? O P L
It’s got eight
7 L U
arms. It lives
P S
8 H alone.
I
N

1
Student B
G
2 R 3
E O 4
A C
5 6 T T
O
What’s 3 down? W P It’s got eight
7 J E L L Y F I S H U
arms. It lives
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
I S
8 B L U E W H A L E T
alone.
E

S
H
9 C R A B
R
K

Work with a partner to complete the crossword. Ask your partner to describe the missing sea animals
from your crossword.
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The great ocean quiz fact sheet

Crabs
Crabs live in groups.
Great white sharks They eat plants and fish.
Great white sharks live They lay eggs. They don’t have
alone. They eat turtles, seals and babies. They don’t breathe air.
fish. They have babies, they don’t They have got gills. They have
lay eggs. They don’t breathe air. got eight legs.
They take in oxygen from water.
They have got gills, big tails and
dorsal fins.

Blue whales
Blue whales live alone.
They eat krill. They have
Dolphins
babies, they don’t lay eggs.
Dolphins live in
They breathe air. They haven’t
groups. They eat fish
got gills. They have got dorsal
and squid. They don’t lay eggs,
fins and big tails. © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
they have babies. They breathe
air. They haven’t got gills. They
have got tails and a dorsal fin.

Read the information. Now you are ready for the Great ocean quiz!

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Question templates for the great ocean quiz

Do Do
have babies? breathe air?

Do Do
live alone? lay eggs?

How do you spell Have


? got ?

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

What do Do take in
eat? oxygen from the water?

Work in teams. Cut out a set of cards for each team. Use the great ocean quiz fact sheet to complete
the questions. Then, take five minutes to memorize the information. Each team asks their questions to
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True or false?
STUDENT A STUDENT B
The Pacific Ocean is bigger than Russia is smaller than the USA.
the Atlantic Ocean.
(True) (False)

Mont Blanc is higher than Mount In winter, Madrid is colder than


Everest. Barcelona.
(False) (True)

The Atlantic Ocean is deeper than France is bigger than Spain.


the Pacific Ocean.
(False) (True)

In Australia, December is hotter The planet Earth is smaller than


than July. the planet Jupiter.
(True) (True)

The planet Earth is colder than Africa is bigger than Asia.


the planet Saturn.
(False) (False)

Europe is smaller than Australia. Mount Everest is higher than


Mount Kilimanjaro. © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

(False) (True)

TRUE FALSE

Work in pairs. You will receive information cards. Cut them out. Student A reads out their cards,
student B answers. If student B says “true” put it in the true pile (correct or not!). When you finish,
72 look how many cards are correct. Then change roles. The student with the most cards correct, wins.

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Big number bingo

B I N G 0
957 4 million 11,111 41,800 381

45,000 3,720 832 1 million 20 million

12,400 10 million 7,001 225 719

285 72,000 999 12,333 9,582

Caller’s Numbers

Nine hundred
Forty five Twelve thousand, Two hundred and Four
and
thousand four hundred eighty-five million
fifty-seven

Three thousand, Eleven thousand,


Ten million Seventy-two Eight hundred
seven hundred one hundred and
thousand and thirty-two
and twenty eleven
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
Forty one
Seven thousand Nine hundred thousand, eight One million Two hundred
and one and ninety-nine hundred and twenty-five

Twelve thousand, Nine thousand,


Three hundred Seven hundred
three hundred Twenty million five hundred and
and eighty-one and nineteen
and thirty-three eighty-two

Work in small groups. One student is the caller. He/she cuts out and folds all the written numbers and puts
them in a cup. The others circle 10 different numbers randomly on their BINGO card. The caller calls out
each number from the cup. The first student to tick (✓) the 10 circled numbers on their card is the winner. 73

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Country contrast

Flag Flag

Photo Photo

Population: Population:
Highest mountain: Highest mountain:
Longest river: Longest river:
Tallest building: Tallest building:
Most interesting fact: Most interesting fact:

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Choose two countries. Find the flag and a photo of each country. Look for information and complete
the facts cards. Display them in the classroom and make comparisons.
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A day out!

A B

C D

This is my friend/aunt/uncle/cousin. It was hot/cold/sunny/windy. © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

It was summer/winter/spring/autumn/January. In the photo he/she is wearing …

His/Her name is … They were at the park/aquarium/skating rink.

Their names are … They liked/didn’t like/loved/hated it … because …

Work in groups of four. Each person has a photo. Take some time to invent an identity for the people
in your photo. Use the prompts to help you. Tell your classmates about the photo. Use your
imagination! 75

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When I was little...

Annie Scott

Natalia Ivan

Lorna Toby

Peter

Pippa Robert
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Zoe Bill

Cut out the cards. Work with a partner. Student A, choose a card and describe it to Student B. Here’s
an example. Student A: When I was little, my favourite food was pizza and my favourite place was the
76 bowling alley. Who am I? Student B guesses the name: Pippa!

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My favourites

Name:
I asked my:

What was your favourite colour?

What was your favourite toy?

What was your favourite TV programme?

What was your favourite game?

Who was your first teacher?

What was your favourite place?

Who was your best friend at school?

What was your favourite subject at school?

What was your favourite food?

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Ask a member of your family questions about when they were little. Then, stick a photo or drawing of
this person in the box. Make a display in your classroom!
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Blind drawing

Student A

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


YOU ARE
HERE

Where is the cave?


Go two squares North. Then,
go four squares East.

You are looking for: the lighthouse, the castle, the volcano, the bridge, the mountains and the cave.
Ask Student B questions to complete your map.
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Student B

YOU ARE
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
HERE

Where is the cave?


Go two squares North. Then,
go four squares East.

Do not show your map to student A. Tell student A where the places are on his/her map.

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My treasure island

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Draw your own treasure island. Then, write directions to your treasure. Swap your clues with a partner.
Follow your partner’s clues and mark the square where you think the treasure is hidden. Now, swap
80 maps and see if you were right!

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Reader
worksheets

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The Cup Final Worksheet 1

Name: Class:

1 1
There’s no answer.

2
Where’s the
Bill Bungle CI Watson
Champions Cup?
3
What are they
doing there?
4 Lena Loopy
I’m hungry! Can we
eat our sandwiches?
5
And what was in
Mark’s mum Anita
your bag?
6
Oh no, what are we
going to do?
7
Oh yes, let’s sit on Kim
that bench.
8
OK, forget the
money, let’s go! Mark Ben

2 © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

Anita and Ben meet and

1 Look at the story and match.


2 Circle the extra letters. Then, complete the sentence.
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The Cup Final Worksheet 2

Name: Class:

Chris Donaldo is a famous footballer. He plays for Newford FC. Rita Roberts is interviewing him.
1 1
Rita: Hello, Chris. Your fans want to know all about you. Can you tell us about a typical day in your life?

Chris: Yes, I’m very busy. I get up at 5.30 every day.


.
1
Rita: That’s very early! Do you have

when you get up?

2 3
Chris: No, first I go and then have a .

Rita: What do you have for breakfast?

4
Chris: I usually have .

Rita: Do you drink coffee?

5
Chris: No, I don’t like coffee, it’s bad for you. I drink lots of . I exercise

6
and play every day and I’m always thirsty.

Rita: And do you eat healthy food?

7 8
Chris: Oh yes! Lots of , and

9
.

Rita: And what do you do in the evenings?

10
Chris: When there are no football matches, I often go .
© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
11
Rita: And do you ?

12
Chris: No, I don’t have time. I have to sleep 9 hours each night so I

at 8.30 every night.

Rita: Thank you for talking to me, Chris.

Chris: You’re welcome!

1 Look and complete.

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The Cup Final Worksheet 3

Name: Class:

1 Help Lionel Tidy score a goal!


GOAL!
16 Say! 15 A 14 Sa y
13
p la ye r ta k e s
t hree thing s
t h e b a ll ! G o
to s ta y
b ac k t wo
he a lthy.
s q u a re s .

Sa y ! 9 10 Say! 11 12
10630
Yo u Sa y
fa ll o ve r. f ive thing s
G o b ac k you do
1 s q u a re . ever y da y.

Sa y ! 8 Say 7 Say! 6 S a y! 5
t h e fo u r
compass
d i re c t io n s . 579 © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
1 Say! 2 3 A 4
Na m e p la yer pa sses
f i ve you the ba ll.
sh o p s . G o for wa rd
1 squa re.
START
1 Work with a partner. Play the game.

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The Cup Final Worksheet 4

Name: Class:

1 football cup statue sports bag van bench ringtone bark


robber stadium tickets binoculars mayor

1 2 3

4 5 6

7 8 9 © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

10 11 12

1 Look and complete.

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Reading
and writing
worksheets

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Unit 1 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 MY PET IGUANA
My name is Peter and this is my pet iguana, Rosalita. Rosalita looks like a big lizard. Iguanas
come from South America and Central America, I got mine in the pet shop. Iguanas are one of
the most popular pet reptiles.
Rosalita is a green iguana. Green iguanas are small when they
are born. They weigh about 12 grams; but when they are adults,
they can weigh up to 8 kilograms!
Rosalita lives in an aquarium. I always give Rosalita her food at
night. She eats broccoli, green beans and other vegetables. In
the morning, I give her fresh water.
I love my iguana. I think Rosalita is a fantastic pet!

1 What is Peter’s pet’s name?

2 Where are iguanas from?

3 How much do baby iguanas weigh?

4 How much can an adult iguana weigh?

5 Where does Rosalita live?

6 What does Rosalita eat?

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

practise the recorder play football do his homework tidy his room
like skiing skis skateboarding skateboard

1 Read and answer the questions.


2 Write about Pablo in your notebook. Use the words in the box to help you.
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Unit 2 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 HOW DO PEANUTS GROW? 1


It is very easy to grow peanuts. You don’t need special seeds.
Take some fresh peanuts and put them in water for one day.
Then plant the peanuts in soil about 6 cm deep. Water them
well. Don’t water them again for about ten days. Then water them
once a week.
The plants have flowers after 30 to 40 days. The peanuts grow
underground. The peanuts are big after about 110 days. Pull the
plants up carefully. If the peanuts have red skins, they are ready.
Then you need to dry them for a week in a sunny area.

1 How long do you put peanuts in water before planting them?

2 After planting, how many days do you wait before you water the peanuts again?

3 Then, how often do peanut plants need water?


2

4 When do the peanut plants have flowers?

5 How do you know that the peanuts are ready?

© Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE


6 Where do you dry them?

2 FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD!


What are your favourite foods?
Why do you like them?
What can you cook?
If you can’t cook anything, write about how to make your favourite sandwich!

1 Read the text and answer the questions.


2 Write about your favourite foods in your notebook.
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Unit 3 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 PRACTISING SPORTS IS GOOD FOR YOU


Practising sports is very good for you, and you can have lots of fun.
Exercise is very important, but it’s not only the exercise. Practising
sports also teaches you the importance of discipline. Team sports
teach you how to cooperate with others. When you play a match,
sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. You learn that this is OK.
You learn to be a good sport.
All these things help us in our daily lives. So, leave the games console
at home and go out and play!

2 MY HEALTHY LIFE SUMMER CAMP

Imagine you are organizing a summer camp to teach healthy habits.


• Write about the daily and weekly activities.
• Write about the food.

My camp is called .

Every day we

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.

Once a week, we .

Three times a week, we

We always

1 Write four reasons why practising sports is good for you.


2 Write about your Healthy Life Summer Camp.
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Unit 4 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 WE LOVE BOOKS
1
Reading is a good way to learn about the world. Very
young children like books with simple stories and lots of
pictures. Fairy tales, like Snow White or Cinderella, are
very popular.
When children begin to read, they usually like simple
books with easy words like The Cat in the Hat or Matilda.
Older children like books about other children, for
example the Harry Potter series or James and the Giant
Peach. Some children really like information books such
as books about dinosaurs or space.
There are many kinds of books: comic books, joke
books, novels and information books. Reading is fun!

1 What books do very young children like? 3 What books don’t you like?

2 Suggest a book for a six-year-old child. 4 What books do you love?

2
2 Skateboarding Safety Rules
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1

1 Read the text and answer the questions.


2 Write safety rules for skateboarding.
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Unit 5 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve


1 Where is Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve?

Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve is in


Almeria, Spain. There is very little rain in
the region, so there are a lot of dry bushes
2 Does it rain a lot in Cabo de Gata?
and short palm trees. You can find
volcanic rock formations here, too.
There are 1,100 species of fauna in the
area! Thousands of migrating birds stop in
the reserve on their way between Europe 3 What vegetation can you find in the nature
and Africa. reserve?
There are many sea creatures in the

marine part of the reserve. Tourists come
to Cabo de Gata to go diving, do 4 How many species of fauna can you find in
underwater photography, to go sailing and the area?
to windsurf.

5 What activities do tourists enjoy in Cabo de

Gata?

2
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A day at Ocean World

Every summer, I visit .

I like the .

I don’t like the .

My favourite

because .

1 Read the text and answer the questions.


2 Imagine a trip to Ocean World and write about it.
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Unit 6 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 TWO VERY DIFFERENT COUNTRIES


1
Ireland is a country in Europe. It is an island. It is
separated from Great Britain by the Irish Sea. The
Atlantic Ocean is to the west. The capital city is Dublin.
The highest mountain in Ireland is Carrauntoohil, which
is 1,038 metres high. The longest river is the River
Shannon. It is 386 kilometres long. Ireland has a mild
climate and it rains a lot. It is a very green country.

Mexico is a country in North America. The Gulf of


Mexico is to the east, and the United States is to the
north. The capital is Mexico City. The highest mountain
is Pico de Orizaba, which is 5,636 metres high. The
longest river is the Rio Grande. It is 3,058 kilometres
long. Mexico has a dry climate, but some areas in the
south have quite a lot of rain.

1 What is the capital city of Ireland?

2 What is the capital city of Mexico? 5 Make comparisons.

High: Carrauntoohil – Pico de Orizaba 2


3 What sea is between Ireland and Great
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Britain?

Long: Rio Grande – River Shannon

4 Where is the Gulf of Mexico?

2 Choose two of the following and make a comparison between them: two countries, two cities, two
villages, two holiday destinations or even two shopping centres.

1 Read the text and answer the questions.


2 Write a paragraph in your notebook.
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Unit 7 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 MY VISIT TO THE SHERLOCK HOLMES MUSEUM


Sherlock Holmes is not a real person. He is a fictional character. He is in many books by
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. He also appears in many films based on these books. Holmes is
a clever detective. He solves crimes with his assistant, Doctor Watson.
I was at the Sherlock Holmes Museum in London last year
with my parents. It was fantastic. You can see Holmes
and Watson’s office and take a photo there. Guides
dressed as policemen show you
around the museum. There is a
souvenir shop, too.
I have got a Sherlock Holmes
pencil case!

1 Sherlock Holmes is a real person. True False

2 We read about Holmes in Harry Potter books. True False

3 Holmes is a clever detective. True False

4 Holmes solves crimes with his assistant, Doctor Watson. True False

5 The Sherlock Holmes Museum is in Paris. True False

6 You can take a photo in Sherlock Holmes’ kitchen. True False

2 Maria, then and now.


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1 Circle True or False. Correct the false sentences in your notebook.


2 Look at the photos and compare Maria now with when she was two. Describe the difference in her
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Unit 8 Reading and writing

Name: Class:

1 TURTLE ISLAND, BALI


Turtle Island is in the south of Bali, Indonesia. It is a very small island covered in white sand.
The Turtle Conservation and Education Centre (TCEC) is here.
To get to Turtle Island, you travel from the mainland in a glass
bottomed boat. When you look down, you can see all the exotic
underwater life.
At the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre, there are tiny
houses, called hatcheries, where the turtle eggs are buried in the
sand. When the baby turtles are born, they are put into pools. The
baby turtles are released into the sea two weeks later, and visitors
to the island can go and watch this process.

1 Where is Turtle Island?

2 What is the TCEC?

3 How can you get to Turtle Island?

4 What are hatcheries?

5 How old are the baby turtles when they are released into the sea?

2 My desert island

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bay path cliff waterfall cave town beach palm tree


bridge mountain lake river swamp

1 Read the text and answer the questions.


2 Draw an island. Give it a name. Add features and describe it in your notebook. Use the words in
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Diagnostic Test

Name: Class:

1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


1.1 9:30-10:30 PE Maths Science Spanish English
10:30-11:30 Maths Art Maths Music Spanish
11:30-12:00 B R E A K
12:00-13:00 Science English Spanish Maths Science
13:00-14:00 English Spanish PE Science Art

1 2 3 4

2 M
A
R I speak Italian.
I
A

P
A
T

T
O
N
I

J
E
N
N
Y

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I
E
R
R
E
a Maria is from Italy and she speaks Italian. .
b Pat .
c Toni .
d Jenny .
e Pierre .
1.1
1 Listen and write the day.
2 Look at the pictures and complete the speech bubbles. Then, write sentences.
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Diagnostic Test

Name: Class:

3 M S
1
A T A M
R O L A 1.15
I M L R
A Y K

blond hair black hair brown hair blond hair


brown eyes brown eyes blue eyes blue eyes

1 Maria has long blond hair and brown eyes. She’s wearing shorts and a
T-shirt. She likes playing tennis.
2


2
3

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boots beach swimsuit sandcastle cold ice cream jumper


sun swimming scarf snow surfing T-shirt skiing jacket
rain umbrella sandals sand

3 Write about the children.


4 Complete the word circles with words from the box.
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Unit 1 Test

Name: Class:

1 Cristiano Donaldo’s day


1.15 07:00

15:00

18:00

21:15

23:30

2 Mum’s Rota Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Mary

John

Peter

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1 Does Mary walk the dog on Tuesdays? 4 What does Mary do on Mondays?

2 Does John do the dishes on Mondays? 5 What does John do on Wednesdays?

3 Does Peter tidy his room on Wednesdays? 6 What does Peter do on Tuesdays?


1.15
1 Listen and write what Cristiano does.
2 Look at the rota and answer the questions.
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Unit 1 Test

Name: Class:

3 1 I ... have breakfast at eight o’clock. 5 ... go for a walk!


1
a) some b) usually c) am a) Shall b) Let’s c) Is
1.24
2 There ... some clothes on the floor. 6 I ... school at five o’clock.

a) are b) is c) any a) end b) go c) finish

3 We’ve ... Maths on Friday. 7 We ... dinner at nine o’clock.

a) no b) got c) don’t a) take b) have c) come

4 ... you see your friends every day? 8 My sister helps to do the ....

a) Do b) Why c) Does a) plates b) bowls c) dishes

4 do walk in am always near to have go at

My Routine
Hi! My name is Sean. I live 1 Dublin, Ireland. I 2
2
ten years old and I go 3 school 4 my house.
During the week I wake up 5 eight o’clock and 6
my breakfast. Then I 7 to school. After school I 8
have something to eat and then I 9 the dog. At six o’clock
I 10 my homework and then I watch TV.

1 usually / my / do / homework / I / half past six / at


5
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2 watch / Do / TV / you / evening / the / in / ?

3 Science / do / What / you / time / have / ?

4 mornings / I / sometimes / walk / dog / the / in / the

3 Circle the correct answers. 5 Unscramble the words to make sentences.


4 Complete the text with words from the box.
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Unit 2 Test

Name: Class:

1
1.24 FRESHCO FOODS ONLINE SHOP
Item Quantity Item Quantity
Orange Juice Cheese
Apple Juice Pasta
Biscuits Butter
Bottled Water Watermelon
Milk Apples
Rice Oranges
Tomato Sauce Cherries
Eggs Lemons

2 Recipe: Croque-monsieur sandwich


Ingredients
Bread Emmental cheese
Butter Ham
Grated mozarella cheese Oregano

1 You will need four slices of bread.

2 Butter the bread. Use a knife.

3 Put a slice of ham and a slice of Emmental


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cheese on the bread to make a sandwich.

4 Put mozzarella cheese and oregano on


the top of the sandwich. Use a fork.

5 Bake in the oven at 200 ºC for ten minutes.

6 Serve the croque-monsieur sandwiches


hot!

1.24
1 Listen, then write on the list.
2 Match the instructions to the pictures.
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Unit 2 Test

Name: Class:

d Has she got a watermelon?


3 1

1.33
e

Yes, she has got some chicken.

Yes, she has got some cream.

a Has she got any sausages? g

No, she hasn’t.

b Has she got any eggs? h

Yes, she has got two bottles.

c Has she got any apples? i

Yes, she has got some butter.

4 ROULF GEGS

OCTEALHOC TTREBU
2
ARGUS KLIM

5 Growing wheat
We all know that flour is made from 1 . But do you know how wheat
is grown? The process starts in 2 . The farmer prepares the fields and
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3
the wheat seeds. The seeds remain in the ground during the
4
. When the sun begins to 5 again in 6 , the
wheat begins to grow. In 7 the farmer harvests the 8
with a combine harvester. The wheat is then taken to
a9 and made into 10 .

wheat (x 2) spring summer autumn winter plants shine flour mill

3 Look at the fridge. Answer and ask questions. 5 Complete the text with words from the box.
4 Order the letters to make food words.
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Unit 3 Test

Name: Class:

1
1.33

2 1 How hours do you sleep at 6 Don’t eat too much food.

night? a) fat b) rubbish c) junk

a) many b) much c) more 7 Sleeping ten hours a night is for you.

2 watch too much TV. a) good b) well c) nice

a) Don’t b) Is c) When 8 Calcium helps bones and teeth to . © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE

3 I always my teeth at night. a) go b) grow c) grew

a) do b) take c) brush 9 Eat lots of food.

4 I play football a week. a) health b) fizzy c) healthy

a) twice b) always c) all 10 Fizzy drinks are bad for you because they

5 How do you eat sweets? a lot of sugar.

a) many b) often c) much a) contain b) contains c) take


1.33
1 Listen and number the pictures.
2 Circle and write the correct answer.
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Unit 3 Test

Name: Class:

3 Paul’s Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 1


Healthy Life

fruit 1.45
✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
TV ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
sweets ✓ ✓
football ✓ ✓ ✓
brush
my teeth ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

1 How often does Paul eat fruit? 4 Does he eat sweets every day?

2 Does he brush his teeth every day? 5 How often does he watch TV?

3 How often does he play football? 6 Does he have a healthy life?

4 To:
2
About: Are you healthy?

Hi Sue,
Today a doctor came to our school to tell us how to live a 1 life and I learned a lot.
2
you sleep eight 3 a night? I don’t. I sometimes stay in my room
4 © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
TV until late. Now I know why I feel 5 some 6 at school.
I also know why it 7 important to eat fruit and 8 . They help your
teeth and bones to 9 . Do you eat 10 food? I sometimes eat a
hamburger, but too many are bad for you.
Email me soon and tell me what you think.
Sandie.

junk healthy is vegetables mornings hours Do tired grow watching

3 Look and answer the questions.


4 Complete the text with words from the box.
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Unit 4 Test

Name: Class:

1 1

1.45
2
Mr Smith

3 Mrs Smith

4
Janice

5
Paul

Simon

c Look at the fountain. Behind the fountain and


2
opposite you is .

Books 4U.

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a Go in and turn right. It’s next to the sandwich PC Planet computer shop.

bar: . f

b Go in and turn left. Go around the fountain.

It’s between the book shop and the sports Tamara clothes shop.

shop: .
1.45
1 Match the person to the correct shop.
2 Follow the directions and write the shop.
Then, write directions to the shops. 107

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Unit 4 Test

Name: Class:

3 1
Great! I’ll take them.
They cost 15 euros. 2.12

I’ll get you a bigger pair.


Yes! Here are all the black jeans we have!

Paul: Have you got any black jeans?

Shop assistant:

Paul: I like these but they are too small!

Shop assistant:

Paul: These are perfect. How much are they?

Shop assistant:
2
Paul:

4 zebra healthy left cycling bike bell lane helmet clothes go out

BE SAFE, BE SEEN!
Everyone loves 1 and it is a very 2
exercise for children, but we have to remember a few simple
safety rules.
Firstly, you need to have a front and back light on your © Santillana Educación S.L., 2012 PHOTOCOPIABLE
3
. You also need a small 4 so people
can hear you coming.
When you 5 on your bicycle you need to wear
3
colourful 6 so people can see you. You need to
wear a 7 on your head to protect it.
Always use the cycle 8 where possible and look
9
and right at the 10 crossings.

3 Complete the dialogue.


4 Complete the text with words from the box.
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Unit 5 Test

Name: Class:

A B C
1
2.12

D E

2 Interesting Jellyfish Facts


When we are at the beach we don’t like to see jellyfish because they can
give you a very nasty sting. But jellyfish are very interesting creatures.
They haven’t got a brain, a heart or bones. Some jellyfish have ways of
detecting obstacles but do not have real eyes. A jellyfish’s body is 95%
water. They eat plankton and small fish. They use the stingers on their
tentacles to kill their prey.

1 Jellyfish can sting you. True False

2 Jellyfish haven’t got a brain. True False

3 Jellyfish have a heart. True False

4 Jellyfish use their stingers to kill their prey. True False


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5 A jellyfish’s body is 50% water. True False

3 1 SALES live in groups on land.

2 SPDHLONI haven’t got any gills.

3 BRACS Octopuses eat .

4 STELUTR lay eggs in the sand.

5 KHARSS have got lots of teeth.


2.12
1 Listen and number the photos.
2 Read, then circle True or False.
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Unit 5 Test

Name: Class:

Do great white sharks live / lives in groups?


4 1
1
2 Karen is look / looking at an octopus.
2.22
3 Octopuses have / has got gills.

4 Gills takes / take oxygen from the water.

5 Great white sharks eats / eat turtles, seals and fish.

6 The mother turtle makes / making a hole in the sand.

7 Turtles swim / swims in the sea.

8 The shark look / looks hungry. 2


9 Seals doesn’t / don’t only live in the water.

10 Karen’s mum goes / going diving.

5 Across
dorsal fin shark flipper tail jellyfish
1

3
1
3 4

5 3

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Down

2 5

4 Circle the correct verb.


5 Do the crossword.
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Unit 6 Test

Name: Class:

1 4,241
34,588,000
2.22
193
5,054,800
1,344 S c ot l a n d
Ca n a d a
5,959

2
KALE 1 Mount Teide is a .

VIRER 2 Don’t get lost in the .

NAMITOUNS 3 When the is frozen you can skate on it.

TRESFO 4 The Nile is in Egypt.

OCNAOLV 5 In winter, the tops of the

are white.

3 The deser t T he
mountains Mountains Hills

HOT HIGH

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Scotland Spain France Ireland

COLD BIG

3 4

2.22
1 Listen and match the numbers to the correct flag.
2 Unscramble the letters to make words. Then, match and write them in the sentences.
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Unit 6 Test

Name: Class:

City and village life


4 1
Maria lives in Madrid, the capital city of Spain. Every
weekend she goes to the mountains and stays with her 2.32
grandmother in a little village. She loves going to the
mountains because it’s much quieter than the city.
The streets are cleaner too.
Her grandmother’s house is bigger than the flat that Maria
lives in so she keeps her bicycle in the village.
In summer Maria stays in the village for a week because
her parents work. It is very sunny during the day but
colder at night.

1 Madrid is bigger / smaller than the village. 2
2 The streets in the village are cleaner / dirtier than the
city streets.
3 The village is quieter / noisier than the city.
4 Maria’s flat is bigger / smaller than her grandmother’s
house.
5 In summer, the village is hotter / colder at night.

5 I am very happy on Tongano Island! There is a lot to


explore. There is a 1 volcano in the middle
of the island and you can see smoke on the top. There
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is a 2 forest in the middle of the island and
there you can swim in the 3 lake.
Beside the lake you can see the 4 house
where we are living. There is a 5 road that
goes through the forest to the ocean.

small hot deep long big

4 Read and circle the correct answer.


5 Complete the text with words from the box.
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Unit 7 Test

Name: Class:

1 a b c

2.32

2 a On Monday, Mario at the beach.


MARIO’S SUPER CRUISE ACTIVITIES
MONDAY BEACH b On Tuesday, he at school.

TUESDAY PARTY ON BOARD c On Wednesday, Mario and his parents


WEDNESDAY VISIT PALACE WITH MUM at the palace.
AND DAD d On Thursday, Mario and the Kids Club
THURSDAY VISIT FILM STUDIO WITH
at the skating rink.
KID’S CLUB
e On Friday, he at the
FRIDAY VISIT PLANETARIUM
planetarium.

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Look at this old photo! It’s me when I was 4.


I was at school. My favourite food was
watermelon. My favourite toy was my teddy.
It was yellow. My favourite place was the beach.
My favourite colour was blue. My best friend
at school was Lucy.
By Jenny

2.32
1 Listen and number the photos.
2 Look and write was/wasn’t/were/weren’t in the spaces.
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Unit 7 Test

Name: Class:

4 Mary 1
2.44

5 1 John was ... the skating rink. 4 What ... your favourite toy? 2
a) in b) on c) at a) was b) does c) do

2 My jacket ... green. 5 ... was your favourite teacher?

a) not b) wasn’t c) weren’t a) What b) How c) Who

3 I like astronomy. I love going to the .... 6 When the weather is sunny, it is ....

a) theme park b) planetarium c) aquarium a) windy b) cold c) hot

3
6 1 don’t / palace / visit / want / I / the / to

2 toy / was / My / a / car / favourite / red

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3 aquarium / sometimes / go / We / to / at / the / weekend / the

4 come / Do / want / the / bowling / you / to / alley / ? / to

5 at / was / rink / with / sister / I / the / my / skating

4 Write where Mary was at the times shown. 6 Unscramble the words to make sentences.
5 Circle the correct answer.
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Unit 8 Test

Name: Class:

1
2.44

2 go over go along go under go through go around

1 2 3 4 5

3 To:

About: Holidays!

Hi Diana,
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I’m on holiday at the 1 with my family. It is hot and 2 every day.

There 3 a lighthouse here and a 4 bay where I 5

snorkelling. It’s great!

See you soon,

Sally

go is beach beautiful sunny

2.44
1 Listen and number the places. 3 Complete the text with words from the box.
2 Match the prepositions to the pictures.
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Unit 8 Test

Name: Class:

4 Bat Facts 1
Bats are mammals. They are the only mammals that can fly. 2.45
There are nearly 1,000 species of bats in the world. Bats eat
fruit and insects and are a natural form of insect control.
Bats generally live in caves or under bridges. They use
echolocation to help them fly in the dark. Bats make sounds
as they fly through caves. These sounds echo from the cave walls. The bats hear
the echo and this helps them to find their way. The biggest bat in the world is
called the flying fox (or fruit bat). They have a wingspan of 152 cm.
They live on the islands of the Malay Indonesia archipelago.

1 Are bats mammals?



2
2 How many species of bats are there in the world?

3 What do bats eat?

4 Where do bats live?

5 What is the name of the biggest bat in the world?

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5 1 How do you go snorkelling? 4 Go the bridge.

a) many b) more c) often a) through b) in c) over

2 When you on holiday? 5 Go the forest.

a) were b) do c) was a) through b) over c) under

3 Paul at school today. 6 The turtles in July.

a) weren’t b) wasn’t c) doesn’t a) hatches b) hatch c) watch

4 Answer the questions. 5 Circle and write the correct answer.

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End of year Test

Name: Class:

1 1 Diandra likes Spain. True False

2 She is doing concerts in Bilbao and Barcelona. True False


2.45
3 Diandra was in London yesterday. True False

4 She gets up at 9:30. True False

5 She has breakfast at her hotel. True False

6 After breakfast she goes to the park. True False

7 She practises dancing in her room. True False

8 She doesn’t sleep in the afternoon. True False

9 Diandra has a concert in Madrid tonight. True False


Diandra

2 Hi, I’m Sarah. I’m from Essex, in England. I’ve got two brothers,
Mark and John. My birthday is in December. I’m ten years old.
I’ve got black hair and brown eyes. I’ve got a pet. It’s a dog
called Rex. My favourite subject at school is Science. In my free
time I like playing football and painting pictures.

1 Where is Sarah from?


2 How many brothers has she got?
3 When is her birthday?
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5 Has she got a pet?


6 What is her favourite subject?


2.45
1 Listen and circle True or False.
2 Answer the questions. Then, write about you.
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End of year Test

Name: Class:

1 you / sports / When / usually / do / play / ?


3 5

2 you / time / get / usually / What / do / up / ?

3 homework / your / When / do / do / you / usually / ?

4 often / cinema / go / Do / to / you / the / ?


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3 Unscramble the words to make questions. Then answer for you.


4 Write what Peter does and at what time.
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Name: Class:

First you need to mix the (GURAS) 1 and the


5
2
Let’s make (TEBTUR) . Then add two (SGGE)

chocolate 3
and mix well. Add the (UORFL) 4
biscuits! to the mixture. Now add some (ILKM) 5 , about

100ml. Finally, break up the (ATCHEOCLO) 6 and

mix it in. Make round shapes out of the mixture and bake them in

the oven for fifteen minutes.

1 Go over the bridge. Go along Main Street. It’s just past the skating rink on the right.

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2 Go over the bridge. Go along Main Street. Go left into the park. Go through the park, past the

fountain. It’s next to the supermarket.

3 Go over the bridge. Go along Main Street. It’s opposite the park.

4 the book shop.

5 the baker’s.

5 Unscramble the letters and complete the recipe.


6 Write the places. Then, write the directions.
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End of year Test

Name: Class:

The Dubai Tower, Dubai. The Taipei Tower, Taiwan. The Shanghai World
7 Financial Centre, China.

825m 509m 490m

1 How tall is the Dubai Tower?


2 Where is the Taipei Tower?
3 How tall is the Shanghai World Financial Centre?
4 Which is taller, the Taipei Tower or the Dubai tower?

8 A great day out


This summer I was at the Terra Mitica Theme Park with my mum and dad. Terra Mitica is in
Benidorm, Spain. It has five ancient themes from – Egypt, Rome, Greece, Iberia and the
Mediterranean Islands. There are a lot of rides and shows. The Syncope is a ride in the Greek area,
it’s great. The Magnus Colosus is a rollercoaster in the Roman area. You can see gladiators fight
too. There is also a pirate ship on a river.
When you want something to eat you can go to a restaurant like Via Apia, which has got pizzas
and Italian food. ‘El Pincho’ has got fast food.
It is a great day out for all the family.
1 Where is Terra Mitica?

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2 What are the themes in the park?

3 Where is the Magnus Colosus?

4 Name two restaurants in Terra Mitica.

7 Look and answer the questions. 8 Read and answer the questions.

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Pedro’s project DVD worksheet 1

Name: Class:

1
Hello girls and boys! This is Greenwood. He’s the winner

of the science project competition.

2
Pedro’s from . In Brazil, the rainforests are in

3 4
. They are cutting down all the . Pedro and

his friends want to save the rainforest. Pedro’s mother is a


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5 6
and has got some from the rainforest.

7
Pedro and his friends grow plants in . The plants are in

8
the school . It’s nice and warm there!

Congratulations, Pedro and friends!

1 Watch the DVD. Read and complete the article.

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Pedro’s project DVD worksheet 2

Name: Class:

Where does Pedro live now?


1 1
1
2 Where do the children go at break time?
3 What’s Pedro’s favourite sport?
4 When is the science competition?
5 Who always wins the science competition?
6 Where is Pedro from?

B r a z i l M a y P l a n t

t r e e s a n d L u k e

E n g l a n d f o o t b a l l
t h e p l a y g r o u
n d s a v e
t h e r a i n f o r e s t

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e__er_m_n_ ra__f_r___ _ c _ _ n _i _ _

1 Cross out the answers and find the secret message.


2 Look and complete.
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Pedro’s project DVD worksheet 3

Name: Class:

1 experiments mother competition student


father plants scientist Bobby

Hello! I’m Luke.


I like . I always win the science
My mum is a . . My best friend
is .

1 2
I’m Pedro’s friend.
I’m a new
My works in the
at school. I’m from Brazil but
school kitchen. We can grow
my is
there.
British.

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3 4

1 Complete the sentences with words from the box.

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Pedro’s project DVD script

Miss Penn: Good morning, class… This is Pedro Greenwood. He is a new student. Pedro, where are you from?
Pedro: I’m from Brazil. My father is British and now we live here.
Children’s voices: Morning!
Luke: Morning.

Narrator: Now it’s break time. Everybody is in the playground.


Boys: To me... no, me! Over here... come on, pass! Bobby! Bobby! Pass the ball to me!
Tim: Do you like England?
Pedro: Well, it’s very different. But the football is the same!

Narrator: It’s time for the football match. Pedro is sad.


Luke: Bobby, you can play with me.
Bobby: Perfect!
Tim: Pedro, you are on my team.

Narrator: Pedro plays very well, but Luke’s team doesn’t. Luke is angry.
Pedro: Ooouf!
Tina: Oh no!
Pedro: Ohhh...
Tim: Pedro? Are you OK?
Luke: He’s fine. Let’s play.

Narrator: In the morning…


Pedro: What do you like?
Tim: I like experiments. My mum is a scientist.
Pedro: Wow. My mum is a gardener.

Pedro: What’s this?


Tim: Oh! It’s a competition. Luke always wins.
Pedro: Hmmm…

Miss Penn: Class, please think about the science project.


Pedro: Er… can I do a project about the Amazon?
Miss Penn: Of course, that’s a great idea!
Luke: That’s silly...

Narrator: Everybody is working on the science project.


Tim: What’s the Amazon jungle?
Pedro: It’s a rainforest. It’s in danger.
Tina: What’s the problem?
Pedro: They are cutting down all the trees!
Tim: What can we do?

Narrator: It’s lunch time.


Tina: We have to help the Amazon.

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Pedro’s project DVD script

Tim: Yeah, and win the competition.


Bobby: Luke, you always win.
Luke: Yes, of course I do.
Pedro: We need to plant lots of trees.
Tina: Where can we plant trees in the school?
Tim: In the school, that’s impossible!

Miss Penn: So, Pedro, what’s your project about?


Pedro: Well, every day the Amazon jungle is smaller and smaller…
Tim: We want to plant a mini Amazon in the school.
Tina: And then everyone can see how beautiful the trees are!
Luke: That’s silly!
Bobby: Good, you can win the competition again!
Miss Penn: Where can you plant the trees?
Pedro: I don’t know. Amazon trees need to be warm.
Miss Penn: Great! What other projects are there?
Luke: My project is a secret.

Narrator: Pedro and his new friends go to his house.


Tina: Wow... these plants are beautiful!
Pedro: They are my mum’s plants. They are from the Amazon!
Tim: The plants like the kitchen.
Pedro: Yes, it’s nice and warm.
Tina: Nice and warm? My mum works in the school kitchen, and it’s…
All: Nice and warm!

Luke: Look, it’s the tree people, ha, ha!


Bobby: You can’t win the competition!
Pedro: Why not?
Luke and Bobby: Oh, what beautiful plants…

Narrator: They start their project.


Tina: My mum says we can plant here.
Pedro: OK, I’ve got some little plants from my mum.
Tim: And I’ve got some big pots from my mum.

Pedro: What…?
Tim: I’m scared.
Tim: Aaaah!

Tina’s mum: What are you two doing?


Bobby: Nothing.
Luke: Nothing at all.
Tina: Luke and Bobby want to stop our project.
Pedro: We need to hide the plants!

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Pedro’s project DVD script

Bobby: There aren’t any plants.


Luke: Hmmm. It’s perfect! No plants, no project!
Tim: Our project is safe! 1
Narrator: A month later.
Pedro: Wow, look at the plants now!
Tim: They are really big!
Tina’s mum: When is the competition?
Tina: Tomorrow!
Tina’s mum: Thank goodness!

Narrator: The next day…


Pedro: Oh no! Where are the plants?
Narrator: It’s time for everyone to show their projects.
Tim: OK, everything is ready.
Tina: Where’s Pedro?

Narrator: Luke is showing his project now. It is good. 2


Judges: Amazing!
Tim: You’re late! Where…?
Pedro: The plants… the plants...
Tina: What are you saying?
Pedro: The plants, the plants… the plants are not in the kitchen!

Narrator: Pedro and his friends run to the kitchen.


Tina: Where are all the plants?
Tim: Maybe Luke and Bobby… 3
Narrator: Can they open the door?
Tim: One, two, three! Push!
Tina: Help! Help!

Tina’s Mum: What are you doing here? I put the plants in the dining hall!
Pedro, Tim and Tina: What?

Narrator: Everyone is in the dining hall.


Miss Penn: And now, Mini Amazon Project.
Tina: Thanks, Mum!
4
Narrator: Everyone loves the project!
Headmaster: The winner of this year’s Science Project Competition is… the Mini Amazon Project.
Headmaster: Good job!
Pedro: Thanks everyone! Let’s help the rainforest!!!

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Real Kids DVD Worksheet term 1

Name: Class:

1 How many people are in Laura’s family? four five


2
2 What is Laura’s brother’s name? Jonathan William

3 Where is the farm located? London Devon

4 What is Laura’s favourite lamb called? Rory Benji

5 How do Laura and her brother get to school? by bus by car

3 1 Laura has two sisters. True False

2 Laura never helps out on the farm. True False

3 Laura has four sheep dogs. True False

4 Laura’s school is about three to four miles away. True False


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5 The school bus always comes at half past nine. True False

6 There are 113 children in Laura’s school. True False

4 1 How often do you ?

2 How often do you ?

3 How often do you ?

1 Which of these animals are wild? Which are 3 True or False? Circle.
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Real Kids DVD Worksheet term 2

Name: Class:

1 1

cows birds of prey bears

goats mouflons sheep

hares llamas foxes

2 1 The animals in the mountains have thick fur. True False


3
2 The weather changes slowly in the mountains. True False

3 There are lakes in the mountains. True False

4 The animals eating grass in the valley are cows. True False
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5 Mountain goats can run fast. True False

3 burrows glacier dark

1 A continental flows at a rate of several metres per day.

2 Soon it will be . All the animals will be going undercover.

3 All the animals are crawling into their dens, or lairs.

1 Tick (✓) the animals you see. 3 Use the words to complete the sentences.
2 True or False? Circle.
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Real Kids DVD Worksheet term 3

Name: Class:
What place does the DVD describe? Tick (✓).
1

mountain cave waterfall

How is a cave formed? Number the sentences in the correct order.


2
The crack opens up into a cave.

Waves erode material from the bottom of a cliff.

A crack or ‘fissure’ occurs as the cliff becomes unstable.

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headland arch stack

1 arch a A disconnected rock formation that occurs when the top of an arch falls.

2 headland b A cave on a headland that cuts completely through the rock.

3 stack c A seam of resistant rock that comes out into the sea.

1 Read and tick (✓). 3 Read and draw. Then, match.


2 Read and number.
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DVD script

Real Kids DVD term 1

Laura: Hello, I’m Laura and this is Moorlands Farm.


The kitchen is the busiest place in the house,
especially in the mornings. There are five of us living
on the farm: my mum and dad, my brother William,
and my little sister, Emily. Moorland’s Farm is 1,100
feet above sea level, on Dartmoor in Devon.

I often help Dad on the farm. These lambs were born


two months ago. And every morning before I go to
school I come out and feed them. That one’s Rory and
that one’s Benji. My favourite is Benji because he’s
really sweet.

Our main produce on the farm is sheep. And because


the sheep are spread over a wide area, we need to
have sheep dogs to help gather them in. We’ve got
four on the farm. There’s Jep, Bell, and Gayle, and Ben
who hasn’t been very well but he’s getting better.

After breakfast, Dad gets on with his work and me and


William set off for school. My school is Princetown
Primary in Princetown, which is about three to four
miles away. Each morning, I walk from my house, down
the lane to the bridge, where the school bus picks up
me and William. The bus comes to pick us up at half
past eight. We then pick up Sam and Harry who live on
the next farm which is about two miles away. We get
to school by ten to nine. Sometimes in the winter
when there’s lots of snow, the minibus isn’t able to
come and get us. Last February I had three days off
school! There are 113 children in our school and they
come from a 10 mile radius. We don’t travel the
furthest but we do live in one of the most isolated
areas.

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DVD script

Real Kids DVD term 2

Grandad: Right. We’re off to the mountains. Grandad: Oh, if I were younger, I’d learn how to fly a
Boy: I enjoy going to the mountains to ski, glider so that I could sail through the air like that bird
but to look at animals... nothing lives there. of prey. Soon it will be dark. All the animals will be
Grandad: What do you mean nothing lives there? going undercover. This mountain goat has to go slowly
Just have a look: birds of prey, goats, foxes, hares, so it doesn’t slip.
mouflons, llamas... Now, let’s travel across mountain Boy: Don’t worry, Grandpa. Look, they can run really
ranges around the world. fast.
Boy: It looks scary there. What’s that? It’s got a tail. Grandad: Well, I don’t mind as long as I don’t have
Grandad: That looks like a snow leopard. They live to join them.
high in the mountains and it’s lying in wait for the Boy: It’s amazing how fast they can run on those
mountain goats. rocks.
Boy: I think that one has noticed! Grandad: It looks like there will be a snowstorm
Grandad: All the animals in the mountains have thick, during the night. All the animals are crawling into
shaggy fur to keep warm. Here’s a llama again. Llamas their dens, burrows, or lairs. Anywhere to keep out
are used to the cold and snow. People use their wavy of the wind. So, it’s best we get somewhere safe too.
fur to weave warm jumpers. Boy: Look at that mountain goat. He looks like he’s
Boy: Wow! A real avalanche! keeping guard.
Grandad: That’s what happens in the mountains. Grandad: I’ll be on guard, too. Just like he is. If there
The mountains are dangerous because the weather are any avalanches, or if a bear should come by, I’ll let
can change very quickly. What beautiful flowers! you know. Come along you little mountain goat, off to
Boy: Are there ponds in the mountains, Grandpa? bed!
Grandad: No, but there are mountain lakes formed
by melting ice flows during the summer.
Boy: They look like cows.
Grandad: They’re called yaks.
Boy: That little one is having a drink of milk.
Boy: That little red bird is the same colour as
the flowers we saw earlier.
Grandad: Up here it’s beautiful, but down in the
valley, the clouds are forming.
Boy: There’s a newborn llama! That animal isn’t afraid
of heights.
Grandad: Those are mountain goats.
Boy: Really? Grandpa, did you know that I’m a goat
too?
Grandad: Don’t make things up.
Boy: No, my star sign is Capricorn... the goat.
Grandad: This is a continental glacier. It flows
at a rate of several metres per day.
Boy: Per day? You can’t even see it moving.
Grandad: Well, it hardly moves at all.

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DVD script

Real Kids DVD term 3

Narrator: What do you think this well-known coastal


land form is? As you can see, the rock has been
subject to an immense amount of erosive energy,
causing these step-like formations. It was a cave. Let’s
look a little closer at the way in which they’re formed.

As you can see here, the waves slowly erode material


from the bottom of the cliff. This causes a crack, or
fissure, to occur as the cliff becomes unstable. Slowly,
as more and more material is eroded away from the
base of the cliff, the crack opens up into a cave.

As you can see here, large amounts of material have


to be eroded away to form one of these structures.
So it takes a succession of storm events and
destructive waves to cause this sort of feature.
Although caves can occur in any cliff face, the next
feature that we are going to look at only occurs within
a headland, a seam of resistant rock that juts out into
the sea. Here, a cave forms as we’ve already seen, but
as it’s on a headland, it can further develop into an
arch as it cuts completely through the rock.

From here, the waves continue to erode the arch, and


this causes the top to become unstable and eventually,
this falls and you end up with a cliff, and then a stack
shown here on the right. However, this is not the end
of the process, as from here, the erosive energy of the
waves are concentrated at the base of the stack and
soon this too becomes unstable and the stack will
topple to form a stump.

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Language worksheets P.15
1
P.11 1 Mix all the dry ingredients in a mug.
1 2 Beat the egg and add it to the mixture.
1 It’s eight o’clock. 3 Add the oil and the milk to the mixture.
2 It’s a quarter past eight. 4 Put the mug into the microwave for 3 minutes.
3 It’s half past eight.
4 It’s a quarter to nine. 2
Children add hands. 1 For the first course on Monday they have rice and tomato.
2 For the second course on Thursday they have chicken.
2 3-5 Child’s own answers.
2 Maria usually wears trousers.
3 Maria sometimes wears a T-shirt. P.16
4 Maria never wears a dress. 1
5-8 Child’s own drawings and answers. 1 Buy two pizza bases in the supermarket.
2 First, cover the bases with tomato sauce.
P.12 3 Next, cover the tomato sauce with cheese.
1 Child’s own answers. 4 Cover the pizza with ham and pineapple.
5 Then, put some more cheese and oregano on top.
2 Model answers 6 Finally, bake the pizza at 220° until the cheese is golden.
1 Yes, I usually watch TV in the evening. / No, I sometimes
watch TV in the evening. 2
2 Does she practise her recorder? / No, she never practises her 1 pizza base 4 ham
recorder. 2 tomato sauce 5 pineapple
3 Do you take the dog for a walk? / Yes, I always take the dog 3 cheese 6 oregano
for a walk.
4 Yes, my father sometimes does the dishes. / No, my father 3 Child’s own answers.
never does the dishes.
P.17
3 Model answers 1
2 This is John and his horse Rusty. 1 is 5 eat
3 This is Lucy taking her dog Taz for a walk. 2 sleep 6 lots
4 This is Jake and Polly washing their dog Rocky. 3 do 7 have
5 This is Grace and her rabbit Daisy with the vet. 4 brush

P.13 2 Child’s own answers.


1 Model answers
1 are 6 are P.18
2 fine 7 going 1
3 are 8 that 1 healthy 7 meat
4 going 9 do 2 always 8 fish
5 always 10 go 3 sleep 9 pasta
4 sometimes 10 do
2 Model answers 5 food 11 week
1 The day trip is nine hours long. 6 eat
2 The trip begins at half past nine.
3 First, they go to Big Ben. 2
4 They take ‘the tube’ to Harrods. 1 20 3 30
5 In the afternoon, they go to the Tower of London and the 2 300 4 12
London Eye.
6 They get back to the hotel at half past six. 3
Eating junk food is bad for you because it can make you fat.
P.14 Eating too many sweets is bad for you because they contain a lot
1 of sugar.
1 any / some 4 any / any Doing exercise is good for you because your bones grow strong.
2 any / any 5 any / some Child’s own answers.
3 any / some 6 any / any

2 P.19
From top to bottom: 6, 3, 2, 1, 7, 4, 5 1
1 Audrey’s birthday is on the 26th of August.
3 2 Audrey’s secret is not to eat any junk food.
butter, sugar, flour, sweets, chocolate, eggs 3-4 Child’s own answers.

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2 Model answers 3
1 I can’t walk but I can still win races in my wheelchair. Above: dorsal fin / tail
2 I can’t play basketball but I can still swim. Below: teeth / eye / gills
3 I can’t run but I can still play basketball. Sharks breathe through their gills.

P.20 P.24
1 1
1 bread, biscuits, cake 1 shark 5 turtle
2 potato, banana, carrot 2 octopus 6 sea
3 football, tennis racquet, bicycle 3 crab 7 jellyfish
4 magazine, book, comic 4 seal
5 skirt, shirt, trousers
2
2 1 False; Dolphins haven’t got gills.
on / in / opposite 2 False; Dolphins cannot breathe underwater.
behind / under / between 3 False; Dolphins live in groups.
4 True.
3 5 False; Dolphins communicate using sounds and whistles.
1 Let’s go to the café!
2 Why don’t we go to the park? P.25
3 Let’s go to the sports shop! 1
4 Why don’t we go to the cinema? 1 Seals live in the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
5 Why don’t we go to the bookshop? 2 Seals eat fish, octopuses, crabs and krill.
3 There are 33 different kinds of seals.
P.21 4 The smallest seal is the Galapagos Fur Seal.
1 5 A Southern Elephant Seal can weigh up to 4,000kg.
1 chocolate 4 fizzy drinks 6 Child’s own answer.
2 rice 5 shoes
3 pears 2
From top to bottom:
2 5 , 4, 2, 1, 6, 3
1 are 5 between One day, Paul and his father are going snorkelling.
2 next to 6 can They see a lot of starfish, crabs and octopuses in the water. Paul
3 need 7 all takes a big oyster and puts it on his head. It looks like a hat. With
4 is 8 go his underwater camera, his father takes a photo of Paul. They show
the photo to Paul’s friends. His friends laugh a lot at the photo.
P.22
1 P.26
1b, 2d, 3a, 4c 1
5 Child’s own answers. 1 twenty-nine euros
2 seventy-three euros
2 Model answers 3 one hundred and nineteen euros
Do you have any winter coats? 4 three hundred and twenty euros
Do you have any blue coats? 5 one thousand, four hundred and thirty-three euros
Can I try one on, please? 6 two hundred and eighty euros
Do you have my size?
How much is it? 2
Thank you. 1 big 5 sunny
2 small 6 cloudy
P.23 3 hot 7 cold
1 4 long 8 windy
1 No, there aren’t any sharks.
2 There are 3 crabs. 3
3 Yes, there are four starfish. M O U N T A I N R T U I H J D F V V
4 No, there aren’t any dolphins. Q C Y R U V S F M W Q Z I T Z O P A
5 There is one octopus. S E D C M Y L A K E A W X E C R V T
U A B N U U A M I L O P E R I B R U
6 Yes, there are two turtles. A N H K H K N Z C B B M W E R Y I P
U O A D G H D E S E R T K X V N P L
N J W E E H A U D R I Y X U E Q Y E
2 O L K M R A D A I D V O L C A N O O
1 are 5 animals P T X A M P R O D E E L Y Q W R U I
2 am 6 sea Y G R A B F R T F O R E S T R E A H
3 father 7 see
4 learn 8 dolphins

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P.27 In winter 2010, Peter went to the planetarium with his father. It
1 was snowy.
1 nine thousand, six hundred and forty-five euros
2 twelve thousand, nine hundred and ninety euros 2
3 fifteen thousand, five hundred and fifty euros Can you give me some tickets for the palace tour?
4 twenty-five thousand euros Can I have two please?
5 thirty thousand, four hundred and sixty-seven euros Can you take photos in the palace?
6 four hundred thousand euros Is there a restaurant in the palace?
Have they got special meals for children?
2 Thank you very much.
2 A is quieter than B.
3 A is cleaner than B. P.31
4 B is dirtier than A. 1 Model answers
5 B is bigger than A. 2 This is me, my parents and my sister. In this photo we were at
6 A is smaller than B. the beach. It was hot.
3 This is my friend Tiffany. In this photo she was in the forest.
3 It was rainy.
The Nile River is longer than the Amazon River. 4 This is my brother Luke and his friend James. In this photo
The Sahara Desert is wetter than the Atacama Desert. they were skiing in the mountains. It was cold and sunny.

P.28 2
1 1 This is Lucy when she was six. It was Christmas ➞ her
2 twenty-two thousand, nine hundred and thirty-three birthday. She was a clown ➞ princess. Her favourite toy was
3 three hundred and eighty-five her lion ➞ elephant teddy. Her favourite food was soup ➞
4 four and a half chips. It was hot and dry ➞ rainy.
5 one hundred and nineteen 2 This is Tom when he was five. It was winter ➞ summer. He
6 eight hundred and sixty-five was in the forest ➞ at the beach. It was cold and snowy ➞
hot and sunny. His favourite toy was a tennis racquet ➞
2 Model answers football. His favourite food was chips ➞ ice cream.
1 A is sunnier than B.
2 B is cloudier than A. P.32
3 B is windier than A. 1
4 B is wetter than A. 1 path 5 volcano
5 The mountains in A are bigger than the mountains in B. 2 hotel 6 caves
6 The mountains in B are smaller than the mountains in A. 3 cliff 7 river
7 The river in A is wider than the river in B. 4 lighthouse 8 bridge

P.29 2
1 1 mountains 5 lunch
1 Yes, he was at the theme park. No, he wasn’t at the gallery. 2 great 6 juice
No, he wasn’t with his teacher. Yes, he was with his mother 3 morning 7 lake
and father. 4 walk 8 sing
2 No, she wasn’t at the beach. Yes, she was in the forest. No,
she wasn’t hot. Yes, she was cold. 3
3 Yes, she was at the skating rink. No, she wasn’t at the bowling 6, 5, 3, 7, 2, 4, 1
alley. Yes, she was happy. No, she wasn’t sad.
4 Child’s own answers. P.33
1
2 1 the lighthouse 3 east
1 bowling 5 drink 2 the forest 4 the caves
2 Fridays 6 was
3 brother 7 were 2
4 eat From top to bottom:
4, 5, 1, 3, 2, 6
3 Child’s own answers.
P.34
P.30 1 Child’s own drawing.
1 Model answers
In summer 2010, Peter went to the theme park with his father. It 2 Child’s own answer.
was sunny.
In autumn 2010, Peter went to the museum with his parents. It 3
was raining. 4, 2, 5
6, 1, 3

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Newcomers worksheets 2
1-B, 2-E, 3-A, 4-C, 5-D
P.37
1 P.42
2e, 3a, 4h, 5b, 6j, 7l, 8d, 9k, 10i, 11f, 12g 1
1 newspaper; d 4 plastic bag; e
P.38 2 can; c 5 bin; a
1 3 bottle; b
English / Spanish
IT / PE 2
Art / Maths Do: Don’t:
Throw rubbish in the bin. Leave the lights on.
X A R T F G U H P
Recycle. Throw rubbish on the street.
S F R W Z X C P J
I Q E N G L I S H Switch the lights off. Have baths.
T D S A Q P B S T Have showers. Throw away plastic bags.
F R O M S X U Q H
G S P A N I S H B P.43
S G J T K L L C V 1
P E L H B H C P H 1 father 5 granny
F V Z S X C V B L 2 mother 6 aunt
3 sister 7 uncle
2 4 brother 8 cousin
1 Eva doesn’t like Maths.
2 Lucy likes English. 2
3 Pablo likes PE. 1 was 4 was
4 Javier doesn’t like IT. 2 were 5 was
3 were 6 was
P.39
1 P.44
✗ ✗ ✓ ✗ 1
1 tracksuit 4 T-shirt
✓ ✗ ✗ ✗ 2 socks 5 dress
✗ ✓ ✗ ✗ 3 trainers 6 boots

✗ ✗ ✗ ✓ 2
1 T-shirt / shorts 3 dress
1 James goes to school by bus. 2 jumper / trousers 4 tracksuit / trainers
2 Lucy goes to school by train.
3 Richard goes to school by car.
4 Julia goes to school on foot. Phonics worksheets

2 P.47
1 never 4 never 2
2 never 5 never train door
3 sometimes Don tin

P.40 3
1 1 Don is giving the dog its dinner.
1 orange juice; c 4 watermelon; a 2 Terry talks to Tom on the train.
2 grapes; d 5 lollipop; b 3 Does David dance after dinner?
3 eggs; e
4
2 diving talking
1 True 4 True drawing training
2 False 5 False driving ticking
3 False
P.48
P.41 2
1 better Ben
1 ostrich 5 elephant pale beak
2 monkey 6 tiger
3 giraffe 7 whale
4 leopard 8 shark

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3 P.52
1 d / t / b: The doctor tries to make you better. 2
2 B / b: Bake the biscuits in the oven. fin fought
3 T / b / d / t / b: Two boys drink two bottles of water. thanks fee
4 p / b / t: We play basketball twice a week.
3
4 1 flying 4 falling
1 plant 6 ball 2 floating 5 fishing
2 pasta 7 book 3 throwing 6 thinking
3 pizza 8 bowl
4 pony 9 butter 4
5 banana 10 pen 1 Th / th / th / f / f: They think their friends are false.
2 Th / f: Think before you jump or you will fall.
P.49 3 Th / th / f / f: Three thousand fish float in the sea.
2 4 Th / th / f / f: There are thousands of flowers in the forest.
led lied
rid room P.53
2
3 hair cheer
1 Look at the long lorry on the road. stir Claire
2 My rabbit runs around my room.
3 Red lollipops are really lovely. 3
4 Let’s live a healthy life. share, pear, where, scare,
care, air, their, bear
4
8, 4, 3, 2, 6, 5, 1, 7 4
1 hair 4 planetarium
P.50 2 air 5 aquarium
2 3 chair
gross grub 5, 2, 4, 1, 3
grain grope
P.54
3 2
1 grapes 5 great time fin
2 grow 6 grandson sign din
3 grandmother 7 green
4 grandfather 3
mice 3, slide 5, bike 1, nine 4, pig 2
4
1 grapes 3 grass 4
2 grandmother 4 greengrocers 1 K(i)m s(i)ts by the r(i)ver f(i)sh(i)ng.
2 You need to find the time to ride your bike.
P.51 3 Nine mice climbed onto my slide.
2 4 (I)f you m(i)ss d(i)nner you get th(i)n.
shoe she
sip sock
Reader
3
S A P R T U R I A A Y S P.83
I H W S p i d e r C X A 1
L Q O L M L T O I I B L
N G U E E U P S F K Y A
1 Mark’s mum 5 CI Watson
I O H E H A O P S A K D 2 Kim 6 Bill Bungle
W S I p P X A O A R E U 3 Mark 7 Anita
A C H L O Y G R U A L W
S H A R K I O T Q K R O 4 Ben 8 Lena Loopy
U O F G E U T S H O O W
N O S H E E P R T A G R
U L O N A S E V E N V L
2
We’v(c)e got(h) t(r)he cha(i)mpions(s) c(d)up. (o)If (n)you want
4 (a)to (l)see(d) it again(o), bring (l)one million(i) euro(o)s to t(n)
1 gr / sh / l / gr: Do great white sharks live in groups? he (e)train station (l)and (t)don’t tell(i) the po(d)lice(y).
2 S / l / gr / l: Seals live in groups on land. Anita and Ben meet Chris Donaldo and Lionel Tidy.
3 Sh / s / sh / s: Sharon sees a shipwreck on the seabed.
4 Gr / l: Great white sharks are 4.5m long.

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P.84 2 Child’s own answers.
1
1 breakfast 7 fish P.93
2 running 8 meat 1
3 shower 9 salad 1 Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve is in Almeria, Spain.
4 fruit 10 swimming 2 No, it doesn’t rain a lot in Cabo de Gata.
5 water 11 watch television 3 In the nature reserve, you can find dry bushes and short palm
6 football 12 go to bed trees.
4 In the area, you can find 1,100 species of fauna.
P.86 5 In Cabo de Gata, tourists enjoy diving, underwater
1 photography, sailing and windsurfing.
1 bark 7 binoculars
2 robber 8 football cup 2 Child’s own answers.
3 sports bag 9 mayor
4 stadium 10 ringtone P.94
5 van 11 statue 1
6 bench 12 tickets 1 Dublin
2 Mexico City
3 the Irish Sea
Reading and writing 4 to the east of Mexico
5 Pico de Orizaba is higher than Carrauntoohil.
P.89 The Rio Grande is longer than the River Shannon.
1
1 Peter’s pet’s name is Rosalita. 2 Child’s own answer.
2 Iguanas are from South America and Central America.
3 Baby iguanas weigh about 12 grams. P.95
4 An adult iguana can weigh up to 8 kilograms. 1
5 Rosalita lives in an aquarium. 1 False; Sherlock Holmes is not a real person.
6 Rosalita eats broccoli, green beans and other vegetables. 2 False; We read about Holmes in books by Arthur Conan Doyle.
3 True
2 Model answer 4 True
Pablo has some skis because he likes skiing. He also likes to 5 False; The Sherlock Holmes museum is in London.
practise the recorder. He does his homework in his room but he 6 False; You can take a picture in Sherlock Holmes’ office.
doesn’t like to tidy his room! He likes to play football and he has a
skateboard because he likes skateboarding. 2 Child’s own answer.

P.90 P.96
1 1
1 You put peanuts in water for one day before planting them. 1 Turtle Island is in the south of Bali, Indonesia.
2 You wait 10 days before you water the peanuts again after 2 The TCEC is the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre.
planting them. 3 You can get to Turtle Island in a glass bottomed boat.
3 Then, peanuts need water once a week. 4 Hatcheries are tiny houses where the turtle eggs are buried in
4 The peanuts have flowers after 30 to 40 days. the sand.
5 You know the peanuts are ready if they have red skins. 5 The baby turtles are two weeks old when they are released
6 You dry them in a sunny area. into the sea.

2 Child’s own answers. 2 Child’s own drawing and description.

P.91 Tests
1 Model answers
1 Practising sports is good exercise. P.99
2 Practising sports teaches you the importance of discipline. 1
3 Team sports teach you how to cooperate with others. 1 Wednesday 3 Monday
4 You learn to be a good sport. 2 Friday 4 Tuesday

2 Child’s own answers. 2


I speak English. I speak English.
P.92 I speak Spanish. I speak French.
1 Model answer
1 Very young children like books with simple stories and lots of b Pat is from the UK and he speaks English.
pictures. c Toni is from Spain and he speaks Spanish.
2 The Cat in the Hat or Matilda (or Child’s own answer). d Jenny is from Ireland and she speaks English.
3-4 Child’s own answers. e Pierre is from France and he speaks French.

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P.100 P.104
3 3
1 Tom has short, black hair and brown eyes. He’s wearing a No, she hasn’t got any sausages.
swimming shorts and goggles. He likes swimming. b Yes, she has got some eggs.
2 Sally has long, brown hair and blue eyes. She’s wearing c Yes, she has got some apples.
trousers and a T-shirt. She likes singing. d No, she hasn’t got a watermelon.
3 Mark has blond hair and blue eyes. He’s wearing trousers and e Has she got any chicken?
a jumper. He likes skateboarding. f Has she got any cream?
g Has she got any (child’s own answer)?
4 h Has she got any water?
Winter: i Has she got any butter?
boots, cold, rain, jumper, scarf, snow, skiing, jacket, umbrella
Summer: 4
beach, swimsuit, sandcastle, ice cream, sun, swimming, surfing, Flour, Eggs, Chocolate, Butter, Sugar, Milk
T-shirt, sandals, sand
5
P.101 1 wheat 6 spring
1 2 autumn 7 summer
07:00 he gets up 21:15 he practises the guitar 3 plants 8 wheat
15:00 he has lunch 23:30 he goes to bed 4 winter 9 mill
18:00 he watches TV 5 shine 10 flour

2 P.105
1 No, she doesn’t. 1
2 Yes, he does. From top to bottom, and left to right:
3 No, he doesn’t. 4, 3, 2, 1, 5
4 On Mondays, Mary walks the dog.
5 On Wednesdays, John tidies his room. 2
6 On Tuesdays, Peter does the dishes. 1 a) many 6 c) junk
2 a) Don’t 7 a) good
P.102 3 c) brush 8 b) grow
3 4 a) twice 9 c) healthy
1 b) usually 5 b) Let’s 5 b) often 10 a) contain
2 a) are 6 c) finish
3 b) got 7 b) have P.106
4 a) Do 8 c) dishes 3
1 Paul eats fruit every day.
4 2 Yes, he does.
1 in 6 have 3 He plays football three times a week.
2 am 7 go 4 No, he doesn’t.
3 to 8 always 5 He watches TV four times a week.
4 near 9 walk 6 Child’s own answer (Yes, he does.)
5 at 10 do
4
5 1 healthy 6 mornings
1 I usually do my homework at half past six. 2 Do 7 is
2 Do you watch TV in the evening? 3 hours 8 vegetables
3 What time do you have Science? 4 watching 9 grow
4 I sometimes walk the dog in the mornings. 5 tired 10 junk

P.103 P.107
1 1
Orange Juice - three cartons 1 PC Planet 4 Triathlon Sport
Cheese - one block 2 Tamara 5 Books 4 U
Apple Juice - one carton 3 Shoes & Company
Butter - one tub
Biscuits - three packets 2
Watermelon - one a Bakery c Triathlon Sport
Tomato Sauce - one carton b Freshco supermarket d–f Child’s own answers.
Cherries - two kilos

2
Left column: 4, 3, 5 Right column: 6, 1, 2

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P.108 P.112
3 4
Yes! Here are all the black jeans we have! 1 bigger 4 smaller
I’ll get you a bigger pair. 2 cleaner 5 colder
They cost 15 euros. 3 quieter
Great! I’ll take them.
5
4 1 hot 4 small
1 cycling 6 clothes 2 big 5 long
2 healthy 7 helmet 3 deep
3 bike 8 lane
4 bell 9 left P.113
5 go out 10 zebra 1
a3, b1, c2
P.109
1 2
From top to bottom, and left to right: a was d weren’t
2, 5, 3, 1, 4 b wasn’t e was
c were
2
1 True 4 True 3 Child’s own answer.
2 True 5 False
3 False P.114
4
3 1 At ten to twelve, Mary was at the beach.
1 Seals 4 Turtles 2 At twenty past two, Mary was in the park.
2 Dolphins 5 Sharks 3 At half past four, Mary was at the bowling alley.
3 crabs 4 At eight o’clock, Mary was at the cinema.

P.110 5
4 1 c) at 4 a) was
1 live 6 makes 2 b) wasn’t 5 c) Who
2 looking 7 swim 3 b) planetarium 6 c) hot
3 have 8 looks
4 take 9 don’t 6
5 eat 10 goes 1 I don’t want to visit the palace.
2 My favourite toy was a red car.
5 3 We sometimes go to the aquarium at the weekend.
1 shark 4 jellyfish 4 Do you want to come to the bowling alley?
2 dorsal fin 5 flipper 5 I was at the skating rink with my sister.
3 tail
P.115
P.111 1 2
1 1 go along
Canada: Scotland: 2 1 4 2 go around
4,241 193 3 go through
34,588,000 5,054,800 4 go over
5,959 1,344 3 5 5 go under

2
lake, river, mountains, forest, volcano 3
1 volcano 4 River 1 beach 4 beautiful
2 forest 5 mountains 2 sunny 5 go
3 lake 3 is

3 P.116
1 The desert is hotter than the mountains. 4
2 Mountains are higher than hills. 1 Yes, they are.
3 Scotland is colder than Spain. 2 There are nearly 1,000 species of bats in the world.
4 France is bigger than Ireland. 3 Bats eat fruit and insects.
4 Bats live in caves or under bridges.
5 The biggest bat in the world is called the flying fox, or fruit
bat.

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5 4 Via Apia, El Pincho
1 c) often 4 c) over
2 a) were 5 a) through DVD worksheets
3 b) wasn’t 6 b) hatch
P.123
P.117 1
1 1 Pedro 5 gardener
1 True 6 False 2 Brazil 6 plants
2 False 7 True 3 danger 7 pots
3 True 8 False 4 trees 8 kitchen
4 False 9 False
5 True P.124
1
2 1 England 4 May
1 Sarah is from Essex, in England. 2 the playground 5 Luke
2 She has got two brothers. 3 football 6 Brazil
3 Her birthday is in December. Plant trees and save the rainforest!
4 She is ten years old.
5 Yes, she has got a pet dog. 2
6 Her favourite subject is Science. 1 gardener 4 experiment
Child’s own answer. 2 football match 5 rainforest
3 danger 6 scientist
P.118
3 P.125
1 When do you usually play sports? 1
2 What time do you usually get up? 1 experiments / scientist 3 mother / plants
3 When do you usually do your homework? 2 competition / Bobby 4 student / father
4 Do you go to the cinema often?
Child’s own answers. P.129
1
4 D/D/W W/D/W
1 Peter gets up at a quarter past nine.
2 Peter tidies his room at half past ten. 2
3 Peter has lunch at one o’clock. 1 five 4 Benji
4 Peter plays ball games at three o’clock. 2 William 5 by bus
5 Peter has breakfast at a quarter to ten. 3 Devon
6 Peter plays basketball at a quarter to eleven.
7 Peter washes the dishes at half past two. 3
8 Peter goes to bed at eleven o’clock. 1 False 4 True
2 False 5 False
P.119 3 True 6 True
5
1 sugar 4 flour 4
2 butter 5 milk Child’s own answers.
3 eggs 6 chocolate
P.130
6 1
1 The sports shop birds of prey, goats, mouflons, hares, llamas, foxes
2 The computer shop
3 The skating rink 2
4-5 Child’s own answers. 1 T 4 F
2 F 5 Yes, they can.
P.120 3 T
7
1 The Dubai Tower is 825 metres high. 3
2 The Taipai Tower is in Taiwan. 1 glacier 2 dark 3 burrows
3 The Shanghai World Financial Centre is 490 metres high.
4 The Dubai Tower is taller than the Taipai Tower. P.131
1 cave
8
1 Terra Mitica is in Benidorm, in Spain. 2 3/1/2
2 The themes in the park are ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece,
Iberia and the Mediterranean Islands. 3 Child’s own drawings.
3 The Magnus Colosus is in the Roman Area. 1-b, 2-c, 3-a

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