Presentation on theme: "Book p.38 How many pets are in the pet shop? What may we see there today? Are there rabbits and mice hamsters and rats sleeping in nests of hay? Is there."— Presentation transcript:
How many pets are in the pet shop? What may we see there today? Are there rabbits and mice hamsters and rats sleeping in nests of hay? Is there a tortoise hiding in its shell? Are there puppies having fun? Do small kittens meow and lick their fur, Or do they sleep in the sun? How many pets are in the pet shop? Please tell me, tell me do. Can I go there now and see them again? If I go, will you come too?
Ben and his mother were at the pet shop. They were going to get a pet. Billy was very excited as he looked at the animals. All of them were so cute! Book p.40 There were some rabbits. Every rabbit had a beautiful coat of fur. There were many hamsters. Each hamster had its own cage.
There were two tortoises. Both of them were hiding inside their shells. There were many puppies. All the puppies were barking loudly. Book p.40 We use each, every, both and all to show the amount or number of things.
Ben decided to get a pet hamster. The owner of the pet shop told him how to look after his new pet. You must look after your pet with lots of care. Feed your pet every day. Make sure your pet has clean water to drink. Throw away leftover food scraps after each meal. Give your pet lots of space to move about. Get rid of your pet’s droppings every day. Clean up your pet’s food and water dishes regularly. Book p.42 Thank you for your advice.
A phrasal verb is made up of a verb and one or two prepositions. The phrasal verb may have a different meaning from the verb. Book p.42
The next day, Ben was on his way home when he heard a loud bang. He saw a van crash into a bus. Bus driver: Don’t you look where you’re going? Van driver: A dog ran across the road in front of me! Policeman: what happened? Van driver: I crashed into the bus because I was trying to avoid the dog. It ran across the road and I couldn’t stop in time. Policeman: Whose dog is this? Boy: It’s mine, sir. Policeman: Don’t let your dog out without a leash next time. Van driver: Little boy, don’t let your dog run onto the road again. I nearly ran over it. Boy: “I’m very sorry. I won’t do it again. Book p.43
We can use Don’t…to warn others not to do something. For example, Don’t be late for school. We can use I’m very sorry…to show apology.
Ben continued to walk home. He took a short cut through the park. As he walked though the park, he saw many signs. Book p.44 Do not pick the flowers stay away from the grass. Keep the park clean. Do not litter.
Book p.44 Do not climb the trees. Do not feed the birds.
Book p.45 When Ben got home, he decided to make a road safety poster for pet owners. First, he made a list of all the things pet owners should have and should do. Then, he created his poster. Road Safety for PETS Things your pet should have: 1.Collar with name + address on it 2.Ring on collar for a leash to be clipped on 3. LEASH! A strong one! Things you should do : Take your pet for runs and walks every day. Train your pet to return to you when it is not on leash. Keep your pet on leash when walking along the road. Title Short, clear points Picture
Book p.45 Use short, clear points so that it is easy to read.
No More Pets! “Pets, pets, pets!” grumbled Mum. “We’ve too many pets!” Jerry came home. “Mum, my friend’s cat has four kittens. May we have one of them?” she asked. “No!” said Mum. “No more pets!” Thomas came home. “Mum, my friend’s dog has two puppies. May we have one of them?” he asked. “NO!” said Mum, “NO more pets!” Dad came home. He said, “I found a seagull floating in the harbour. I think it has a broken wing. Let’s look after it until it gets better.” Everyone looked at mum. At last, she said, “All right, we will look after it.” “Hurray!” shouted everyone. “but we must return it to the harbour when its wing has healed,” said Mum. “and after that, NO more pets!” Book p.46
Book p.47 SC The letters s and c together make a new beginning sound, like the sc sound in scary. Scat! Scat! You scaredy-cat I’m going to scare you off my mat! SP The letters s and p together make a new beginning sound, like the sp sound in spaghetti. If you eat Spahetti in space, you might get it all over your face.