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Yes/no questions Phase 5 Practising reading sentences
Could you carry an elephant on your head? yes no
Would you like to wave a magic wand? yes no
Would you crawl into a thorn bush? yes no
Have you ever seen a live crocodile? yes no
Are you ready for school by nine in the morning? yes no
Could a cactus grow in Antarctica? yes no
Would you scream if you saw a snake? yes no
Can magpies perch on clouds in the sky? yes no
Would you put ice-cream in the freezer? yes no
Has a cat got sharp claws? yes no
Do you go to school in the holidays? yes no
Is December a summer month? yes no
Could you fly to Mars on a bike? yes no
Has a space-ship ever been to the moon? yes no
Could you make up a story about a giant? yes no
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Climb into our magic plane….. Buckle your seat belt on your chair now!
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