Friday, 20 December 2002
Write about Christmas at your home. These questions may help you:
1 What's your home like at Christmas?
2 Have you got a Christmas tree?
3 What do you put on your Christmas tree?
4 Where do you spend Christmas? Do you go anywhere?
5 Does anyone come to your place?
6 What do you eat?
7 What do you do?
8 What presents do you give?/get?
Wednesday, 18 December 2002
Write a composition. These questions may help you:
1 Who cooks in your family?
2 Can you cook?
3 What can you make?
4 Can you lay the table?
5 How do you lay the table?
6 What do you usually have for breakfast? lunch? dinner?
7 What do you drink with your breakfast? lunch? dinner?
Saturday, 16 November 2002
My name is _____, but my friends call me _____. I am _____ years old. I am in the _____ class.
My eyes are _____ (colour) and my hair is _____ (size, colour). I can play _____ (sport). I am very good at _____.
I like listening to _____ (pop star). My favourite food is _____, but I like _____ (food), too. I don't like _____ (food). I like _____ (hobby). My favourite TV programme is _____.
Sunday, 13 October 2002
Sunday, 6 October 2002
Draw your family tree and write who they are to you. Or, draw the pictures of your family and write about them.
This is my father. His name is _____. He's a _____ (job).
This is my mother. Her name is _____. She's a _____.
This is my sister. Her name is _____. She's a _____.
Saturday, 28 September 2002
Here's a cute show-and-tell chant to learn or revise body parts. My 11-year-olds enjoyed it:
Touch your hair,
And wiggle your nose,
Touch your ear
and tap your toes.
Open your mouth
And wink one eye.
Now close your mouth
And wave 'Goodbye'.
Saturday, 21 September 2002
One of the ways to learn numbers is through a chant. Here's one my 11-year-olds liked:
One's a number,
Two's a number,
Three's a number,
Number five is under six,
And number seven's more!
Eight's a number,
Nine's a number,
Now we come to ten,
And, we're back to one again!