Presentation on theme: "Book p.39 Mum shops. Dad shops. You shop. I shop. We shop in the morning. We shop at night. We shop when it is dark. We shop when it is light. Why do."— Presentation transcript:
Book p.39 Mum shops. Dad shops. You shop. I shop. We shop in the morning. We shop at night. We shop when it is dark. We shop when it is light. Why do you think it is That people just can’t Stop shopping?
Book p.40 Sally and her father are at the supermarket. They go to the fruit section. Bananas starfruit pears apples mangoes Oranges papayas lemons grapes Yum! We buy some apples, Dad?
There are many things at the supermarket. Book p.41 milk jam biscuits Canned food sugar
Book p.42 Sally looks at the shopping list. What do they need to buy? Four apples Six pears Eight oranges rice juice bread Shopping list These nouns are countable. We can count them. We add s to show more than one.
Book p.43 Sally and her father go to the meat section. A woman wants to buy a chicken. Excuse me May I help you?
Yes. May I have a chicken, please? Sure. Book p.43
On their way out, Sally and her father see some crabs. They help the woman to catch the crabs There are two crabs in front of the counter There is one crab in my bag There are two crabs under the trolley There is crab between my feet Book p.44 There is crab behind you
Book p.46 Shopping with Mum Mum gets some peas. We do not like peas. She gets some potatoes. “Yuck!” we say. She gets a chicken. We do not like chicken. She gets some milk. “ let’s go home, Mum! We don’t like the supermarket,” we say. Mum gets some jelly and ice-cream. “Yum! Yum! Yum!” we shout. “We love the supermarket! And we love you, Mum!”
Book p.47 c We can comb our hair. We can wash our faces. We can brush our teeth And we can tie our laces. Listen to the poem. Listen out for the beginning hard c sound. Listen to the poem. Listen out for the beginning soft c sound. There is a circus in the city, In a great big tent, But what do I do When I do not have a cent?