Presentation on theme: "Book p.26 Our team’s weak and scared and skinny. Our team doesn’t know how to play. Their team’s big and mean and strong, But we will beat them anyway."— Presentation transcript:
Our team’s weak and scared and skinny. Our team doesn’t know how to play. Their team’s big and mean and strong, But we will beat them anyway. Stanley is our secret weapon. Stanley Stink will knock them flat. He has socks that are so smelly, They could kill a jungle cat! We have noseplugs. We’re not worried. We know we are going to win. Come on, big guys. We are ready. Let the fun and games begin!
Book p.28 I like to play tennis. You like to play tennis, too. What sports do the children like? What do they not like? We like to play table tennis. We like to play badminton.
I like to play basketball. Book p.28 I don’t like jumping for the ball! I like to play hockey.
Book p.29 They like to skate, but they don’t like falling down! He likes running. He likes to play football.
Book p.29 I like high jump. She don’t like high jump. She likes long jump. I like diving.
Book p.30 The children talk about the games they enjoy playing. Ian enjoys playing Chess with James. We enjoy playing hopscotch. We enjoy playing ‘scissors-paper-stone’.
Book p.30 Ben doesn’t enjoy playing board games. He enjoys playing card games. We enjoy playing hide-and-seek. Can you see where we are?
The children decided to make a chart of their favourite sports and games. They ask everyone to list the sports and games they like most. Book p.31 Basketball Table tennis Badminton Football Running Skating Hopscotch Hide-and-seek chess
The write the names of the different sports and games at the bottom of each column. Then, they draw and cut out small pictures of themselves. They take turns to stick their pictures onto the correct column in the chart. Book p.31 Our favorite sports and games 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Basketball Table Badminton Football Running Skating Hopscotch Hide- Chess tennis and-seek
Last Saturday was Sports Day. The children took part in a race. Ian finished first. Adam finished last. Book p.33 first second thirdfourth fifthsixth seventheighth ninthtenth
I came last. It doesn’t matter, Adam. You did your best. Well done, Ian Book p.33
Skiing Skiing is a good way of getting around in cold places. Skis make it easy to travel on snow. You can ski on flat land. You can go up and down slopes on skis too. Today, many people ski for fun. They ski up and down hills. They ski through forests and over flat land as well. Some people like downhill skiing. They enjoy going very fast down hills. Often, they get back up the hill in a ski lift. Then, they ski down again. Nowadays, there are many skiing races and competitions. Skiing is one of the sports in the Winter Olympics. Book p.34
pl Listen to the poem. Listen out for the beginning pl sound. Book p.11 The letters p and l together make a new beginning sound, like the pl sound in plum. “Don’t pluck me.” said the plump purple plum. “I’ll plop down when I’m ready to come.
Book p.35 The letters s and l together make a new beginning sound, like the sl sound in slum. When I slid down the slope on my sled, I slipped off and bumped my head. sl Listen to the poem. Listen out for the beginning sl sound.